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NBA Finals 2017: Steve Kerr says Game 4 ‘got out of hand’ in third quarter

The Cavaliers stayed alive in the NBA Finals with a 137-116 victory in Friday’s Game 4.

While LeBron James scored 31 points and Kyrie Irving added a game-high 40, the discussion after the game wasn’t about Cleveland’s multiple scoring records, but how the officials stole the spotlight.

Even with a Game 3 loss in the conference finals, the Cavaliers enter the Finals firing on all cylinders. Their “Big Three” of Love, Irving and James was outstanding in closing out the Celtics, and they’ve gotten some nice contributions from the likes of Kyle Korver and Deron Williams off the bench.

But they can’t keep pace with the Warriors, winners of 27 of their last 28 games, in terms of depth. The Cavs and Warriors went seven games last year, and Cleveland returns much the same lineup this time around. Golden State has lost Andrew Bogut and Harrison Barnes, but they brought in Durant, and Cheap Blue Jays Jerseys his playoff performance to date — 25.2 points on 55.6 percent shooting — has been exactly what the Warriors wanted when they signed him last July.

The NBA needs a good series here, and the mere fact that it’s a third straight matchup means it will be compelling. But the Warriors just have too much frontline talent.

After missing six games to injury his rookie year, Lewan has Cheap College Basketball Jerseys stayed mostly healthy and developed into one of the league’s better left tackles, making his first Pro Bowl last year. He’s also a notorious hothead who’s prone to Wholesalepenalties (including an ejection for shoving a referee), but the Titans will put up with that as long as he keeps locking down Marcus Mariota’s blind side.

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