How to Watch the NBA Finals Game 4, Part 1 of 5
The NBA playoffs are finally here.
After a week of intense hype, it’s time to finally see if the Warriors are going to finally make the Finals, and whether they’re really the best team in the world.
The first round of the playoffs will kick off tonight, with a game between the Cavs and Warriors set to begin at 8pm ET on ESPN.
Here are 10 tips for watching tonight’s game.
Watch for Kyrie Irving, James Harden, Kevin Durant, and Draymond Green.
Kyrie Irving has been a superstar in the Finals.
His performance in Game 3 was so dominant that he had to wear a mask to keep his mask from sticking to his face.
James Harden has shown he can dominate against any team in this series, but tonight he’s going up against a Cleveland team that is in danger of not making the Finals because of injuries.
Kevin Durant is a top-five point guard in the NBA.
He’s also the reigning Defensive Player of the Year.
He has been a dominant force for his team in both the Finals and in the regular season, but he has been sidelined with injuries.
If the Warriors want to make the playoffs, they need to find ways to beat the Cavs, and that means using their best shooters.
Kevin Durant has scored a team-high 35 points in the playoffs.
Stay away from Cleveland’s defense.
The Cavs are one of the league’s best defensive teams, and it’s not just because LeBron James is guarding them.
The Cavaliers have allowed a league-low 107.5 points per 100 possessions, a career high, in the series, which is a career low for the Warriors.
Cleveland’s defenders are playing with an edge, and the Warriors need to have a more balanced attack to make things interesting.
Watch the Warriors’ offensive explosion.
In Game 3, Golden State scored 34 points off of 15 field goals and five 3-pointers.
It was an amazing game, but it was also one of their best offensive performances in the postseason.
The Warriors scored 44 points off 15 offensive rebounds, which was a career-high.
The defense has been great in this one.
James Harden was fantastic in Game 4.
He had a season-high 41 points on 9-of-14 shooting, and Kevin Durant finished with 30 points, 13 rebounds, and four assists.
That’s just a taste of what this team can do. 4.
Watch Stephen Curry.
Curry is one of those players who has been on the rise lately.
His scoring averages have been very consistent in the past few years, but the Warriors have been able to keep him in the game.
The Warriors have had a very good season, and they are in a position to take home a championship.
They need to stop the Cavs from taking them to the line, but they need a team to put up more points than Cleveland.
Watch Russell Westbrook.
Westbrook had his best game of the season.
His 23 points on 6-of