OAKLAND — Stephen Curry’s range extends roughly to the Bay Bridge.
He was showing that off in the third quarter (he was 4-of-8 from three through three quarters) and this was one of those shots.
Curry had the Warriors up by six entering the fourth.
OAKLAND — LeBron James was nothing short of brilliant in the first half for the Cavaliers — 20 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. He scored or assisted on all but one of the Cavaliers buckets in the first half.
But Cleveland trailed 51-50 at the break because Harrison Barnes came in and threw this dunk down on him.
The Warriors shot 54.1 percent and hit 5-of-10 from three in the first half. They would have been far ahead, had it not been for the play of LeBron.
Andre Iguodala hasn’t made the same impact he did in Game 3.
The Warriors forward has yet to score, and he hasn’t spent quite as much time guarding LeBron James, who has been playing plenty of center.
But Iguodala is versatile enough to contribute other ways – like this nifty behind-the-back pass to David Lee.