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Warriors Blast Cavaliers To Complete Sweep, Win 3rd NBA Title In 4 Years

Cleveland didn't enter Friday with much hope, trailing Golden State 3-0 in the Finals. The Warriors smashed anything left with a signature third-quarter run, pushing the lead to 21, and won 108-85.
Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors celebrate as coach Tyronn Lue of the Cleveland Cavaliers looks on Friday during Game Four of the 2018 NBA Finals in Cleveland. It's the team's third NBA title in four years. Source: Gregory Shamus

The Cleveland Cavaliers didn't enter Friday with much hope, trailing the Golden State Warriors 3-0 in the NBA Finals. The Warriors demolished anything left in yet another of their signature third-quarter runs, extending their lead to 21 points before winning 108-85

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