CLEVELAND — Golden State rained threes on teams all season long, and it was just a matter of time before they did it on Cleveland in the NBA Finals.
But the Cavaliers brought some of this on themselves: Notice how many of those threes are uncontested. The Warriors’ ball movement forces opponents to stay sharp and keep rotating out to shooters, fall asleep for just a few seconds and they make you pay.
The Warriors made the Cavs pay 17 times in Game 4, on their way to a 108-97 win. If the Cavaliers don’t figure out a way to stay focused by Monday’s Game 5, it will be their final game this season.