The Playoff Finals of the 2017 National Basketball Association, the NBA will head to Game 5 after Cleveland Cavaliers won at Oakland.
Cavaliers were losing 3- 0 after the first three of the NBA Final Seven series and knew going into the fourth game that a loss against the Golden State Warriors will hand Warriors the title.
Warriors and Cavaliers are in the finals for three consecutive times, an NBA record and despite winning the 2015 edition, Warriors led 3-1 only for Cavaliers to snatch the trophy with a 4-3 win in 2016.
Warriors led 3-1 in 2016 after four round of games and was leading 3-0 after the first three games remaining unbeaten as they were heading to what would have been the deciding set and handing them the trophy.
Kyrie Irving of Cavaliers led the way amassing an incredible 40 points leaving Lebron James to settle on 31 points; 10 rebounds, and 11 assists.
Cavaliers won the fourth set 137-116 to send the final to Game 5. The Cleveland Cavaliers were well motivated for the game leading 16 points after the first quarter. The 49 points ammased by Clevaland Cavaliers in the first quarter was a new record for the most in NBA Finals history.
Warriors will still need a win and can settle that on Monday if they are to win at Oakland.