The Highlights

  • A sweep is brewing in Cleveland. Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are unlikely to miss as many wide-open shots in Game 4.
  • Outside of making a few more 3s, Cleveland can’t play much better than it did in Game 3. 
  • Look for the Warriors to win — and win big.

Well, the fourth quarter of Game 3 was really no fun for the over, as it was the lowest scoring quarter of the game by five points (despite the flurry to close). The Cavs’ 3-point shooting was much worse than I expected (9-of-13 at home … yikes), and Steph Curry and Klay Thompson combined to shoot a woeful 7-of-27 overall and 3-of-15 from 3.


Anyway, despite all those negatives, the Warriors found a way to win and it’s 3-0, and I would say that makes this series a foregone conclusion, but if you’ve been reading my stuff, you know it always was anyway. The debate was always 4-0 vs. 4-1, and now we are inching closer to one and away from the other.

I really think a sweep is brewing.

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