Cleveland Cavaliers victor the 2017 NBA finals’ Game 4 after earning a 21-point lead win against rival Golden State Warriors at Quicken Loans Arena, in Cleveland, Ohio.
Cavaliers were able to prevent history by giving Warriors their first loss in the postseason, 137-116.
Warriors had a chance to be the first team to finish the postseason 16-0 but the NBA defending champion gave none of it.
LeBron James, who led Cavaliers, finished with 31 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists for his ninth triple-double in NBA Finals history, surpassing the record of 8 held by Magic Johnson.
Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love also helped the Cavaliers to bounce back by contributing 40 points and 23 points, respectively.
Furthermore, James anticipates for a tougher Game 5 and looks forward for the challenge.
Game 5 will be on Tuesday, 9 a.m. (Philippine time). IMT