Warriors
104

Cleveland
89

Basketball

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Kevin Love with a big offensive rebound and the Cavaliers are in the lead!!

Matthew Dellavedova with the alley-oop pass for Tristan Thompson to slam it home. End to end stuff as the lead goes back and forth, Shaun Livingston regains the lead for Golden State

LeBron with a driving lay up for the Cavs but the Warriors hit straight back as Livingston collects the rebound from a Curry missed three pointer. Then Curry produces a bit of magic, hitting a jumper as he falls over. Crowd are loving this and I hope you are as well.

Dellavedova commits a foul, slapping at the ball but catches Iguodala in his!! There is a little bit of afters from the Warriors man and after the officials calm it down they go to the sideline to see if there are any technical fouls to be called.

Doesn't appear to be anything untoward on the replays. No idea what the hold up is and what the officials are actually looking at.

And after all that we just have a foul called on Dellavedova which was what was called originally. Iguodala hits a three pointer on the resumption and the 3rd quarter is over.

END OF 3RD QUARTER GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 74 CLEVELAND CAVALIERS 68

Iguodala starts the 4th with another big jump shot and Barbosa hits another to extend the Warriors lead to 10. Tyronn Lue is not happy with that and immediately calls a time out.

Steve Kerr interviewed in the interval was asked how the team had let a big lead slip. "We lost our intensity. We were playing a game in June as if it was a game in November." When asked how he could get the intensity back he replied: "Remind them it's June." This coaching lark sounds simple!!

Draymond Green with 14 points has as many as the two main men Curry (8) and Thompson (6) combined.