Cavs halt Warriors' perfect postseason, party in Game 4
June 11, 2017
CLEVELAND (AP) — Golden State's perfect postseason is over, the champagne corks still in their bottles.
The Warriors had planned to party, to pay back Cleveland.
Everything's on hold in the NBA Finals. The comeback Cavaliers are at it again.
LeBron James recorded a triple-double, Kyrie Irving scored 40 points and the Cavs, bothered by chatter from Golden State's players, broke scoring records while outperforming the NBA's most electrifying offense in a testy Game 4 filled with technical fouls Friday night, beating the Warriors 137-116 and snapping their 15-game playoff winning streak.