2016 NBA Finals: Curry, Thompson make it 3-1 for the Warriors
The Golden State Warriors made it 3-1 in the NBA Finals after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-97 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on Friday. Stephen Curry was back in his elements after a lull 3 games, netting 38 points and received very good support from Klay Thompson, who netted 25 points as the defending champs took control of Game 4 in the 2016 Finals.
Kyrie Irving had yet another fabulous game ,netting 34 points and he once again combined very well with LeBron James, who scored 25 points but it didn’t prove to be enough as the Cavs went down by 9 points.
Reacting to the victory, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said that you couldn't keep this unit down for a long time and admitted the Curry was the MVP for a reason.
"They got going. Sooner or later it's going to happen. You can't keep guys like that down forever. The law of averages took over.” he said. "He's Stephen Curry. He's the MVP for a reason." he added.
Curry expressed happiness over the team’s performance, stating that they got back to who they were as a team and it was a complete effort from the squad.
“We answered the bell. We got back to who we are as a team. A lot less breakdowns than what we had last game. We checked the 3-point line and it was just all-around communication, toughness and effort,” he said.