Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James needed stitches to close a bloody cut on his head after a hard collision with a courtside camera during Game Four of the NBA Finals on Thursday.
The top-seeded Golden State Warriors rediscovered their scoring touch and tied the NBA Finals at 2-2 with a momentum-stealing 103-83 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday in Game Four.
Getting his first start of the season on the game’s biggest stage, Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala delivered a standout performance that may ultimately prove to be the turning point in the NBA Finals.
LeBron James was bloodied and later beaten.
Stephen Curry shook off Iman Shumpert with a dribble, stepped back behind the line and splashed a 3-pointer that seemed to submerge a mute button on rocking and rolling Quicken Loans Arena.
The Warriors, angry after losing Games 2 and 3, unearthed more than enough offense for a 103-82 victory, tying the series at two games each with Game 5 set for Sunday in California.
Tina Charles had 19 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Liberty to a 68-57 win over the Phoenix Mercury.
The latest from Game 4 of the NBA Finals:
James, tightly guarded by Andre Iguodala with the score tied near the end of Game 1, made a potentially costly decision in opting for a long jumper instead of driving to the basket.
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