“We made shots. We have been getting these shots all series,” Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said after Game 4.
Through the first three games, the Cavaliers were shooting 29 percent from three against the Warriors, in part because the Warriors have defended the arc well and in part because the Cavaliers just missed good looks. Not Friday night. Starting with J.R. Smith in the opening minutes, the Cavaliers drained threes — an NBA record 24 of them (on 45 shots, or 53.8 percent). Kyrie Irving led the way with seven.
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