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Warriors at Cavs Game 4 halftime score: Golden State up 54-42

The Warrior started off the game with their small-ball lineup and it has paid off.

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After two quarters, the Golden State Warriors lead 54-42 over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Head coach Steve Kerr made a lineup adjustment in Game 4 by inserting Andre Iguodala for Andrew Bogut and it has drastically benefited the Warriors' offense. By going small, the Warriors have taken control of the pace, created better spacing and set up efficient scoring opportunities. Additionally, an array of Warriors have contributed to the offensive output in a balanced attack.

After a solid outing in Game 3, David Lee was the first man off the bench and he chipped in with six points, three rebounds, and two assists.

What do you think of the Warriors' performance in Game 4 thus far?

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