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2017 NBA Finals Game 4 Live Streaming

NBA Finals live stream 2017 One team is trying to make history, the other is hoping desperately to avoid repeating it. The Golden State Warriors have a 3-0 lead in the NBA Finals Game over the Cleveland Cavaliers and can finish sweeping for their second title in three seasons with a Game 4 victory Friday night.

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The Warriors do not just look for another championship. They have won 15 straight playoff games and can become the first team in NBA Finals Game history to navigate the playoffs without losing.

The Cavaliers, meanwhile, were knocked out of the final 10 years ago this month. It was the first LeBron James final, and his team was sawn in half by the San Antonio Spurs, who were in the middle of a three-title streak in six seasons.

Seven finals and three championships later, James faces the same fate.

“I think it’s part of my vocation to simply go against teams in the middle of a dynasty,” James said Thursday. “This has been the best team in our league for the last three years, they won a championship and last year was the best team of the regular season we played, probably one of the best postseason teams we’ve ever seen, but we just Overcome that and are playing as one of the best teams once again. ”

James, who is averaging a double triple in the 2017 Finals (32 points, 12.3 rebounds, 10.3 assists), and the Cavs overcame the Warriors in NBA Finals Game 7 last year after falling 3-1, becoming In the first team to overcome A deficit in the NBA Finals Game team has recovered from a 3-0 hole in the playoffs.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who played with a pair of dynasties with the Chicago Bulls and Spurs, was on the Chicago team’s 72-game winning streak in 1996, which built a 3-0 lead over the Seattle SuperSonics at Finals. Seattle took the next two games before losing in Game 6.

“In the end, you just want to win,” Kerr said. “The other thing does not really matter, people can talk about it in a historical context, but you just get it, win the series and let everyone else talk.”

The Warriors have been led in the Finals by Kevin Durant, the tremendous free agent acquisition of last season who was the 2014 MVP and perhaps has reshaped the Golden State-Cleveland rivalry forever.

Durant lost to James and the Miami Heat when he was with the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2012 Finals, and did not return until this year.

Durant is averaging 34 points in this series and scored 14 points in the fourth quarter of Game 3, a 118-113 win for the Warriors, which left six in three minutes. He has also taken the pressure from Stephen Curry, who fought in the first two-game series against Cleveland, but has been brilliant this time.

The Warriors signed Durant to a two-year, $ 55 million deal, and before the ink was dry they were an immediate favorite to beat the Cavs in the NBA Finals Game. Now, there is one more victory to come before the prophecy comes true.

“I did not imagine anything, just being around good people and getting better every day,” Durant said. “That’s exactly what happened during the season, do not talk to these guys when I made my decision and I said it’s best to get to The Finals and be in the series at this time, this exact date, or I’m not coming.

“I mean, it was just that we had some fun playing ball, we’re going to get better and see what happens.”

The warriors took champagne inside the bowels of Quicken Loans Arena in 2015, having closed the series in six games. The Cavs could at least momentarily pause Golden State’s momentum and keep their visitors ‘dress dry, breaking the Warriors’ perfect playoffs with a win on Friday.

But after a drain loss for the Warriors in NBA Finals Game 3, the Cavs will have to guard against disappointment, not to mention the venerated Golden State lineup that was built to dominate for years.

“Let’s see what happens,” James said. “Obviously you never know what is going to happen, but as it is now, they look pretty good, as far as the future is concerned.”