The Golden State Warriors dominated proceedings against the Cleveland Cavaliers, winning 103-82 to level the NBA finals, 2-2. Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala scored 22 points apiece to help their team edge past the Cavaliers, showing why they were the league’s best team all season.

Cleveland’s superstar and MVP, LeBron James, scored 20 points with 12 rebounds and 8 assists, but he couldn’t carry his team over the line. In fact, LeBrondisappointed when his team needed him the most. Perhaps it was because LeBron injured himself when he banged his head into a camera in the first half. He went the whole 4th quarter scoreless. This dry spell of basketball from LeBron James proved to be very costly for the Cavs who weren’t just clinical enough on the night.

An unlikely hero in the form of TimofeyMozgov provided a glimmer of hope for the visitors but his 28 points weren't enough to help Cleveland beat The Warriors. The Cavs shot just 2 out of 18 from the field and were outscored 27-12 in the fourth quarter. They also got nothing from their bench as J.R. Smith missed all eight of his 3-pointers

James summed up Cleveland's unexpectedly dismal performance by saying: “Offensively we were terrible. Our offense just didn’t show up”

Overall, The Warriors’ ball movement and control was better. The shots were on the mark and the counter attacks were smooth. The defence was strong and the offence was swift. Definitely, The Golden State Warriors were better of the two on Thursday night.

Game 5 is on Sunday night at Oakland’s Oracle Arena where both the teams would be looking to gain momentum and take the all-important lead in the best of seven NBA finals.