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2017 NBA Finals Game 4: Halftime thread, Cavs are dominating 86-68

The Warriors are getting their butts kicked right now. Can they make a huge comeback?

2017 NBA Finals - Game Four Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

What in the heck did we just witness?! I’ll tell you this much: The Cavaliers just scored the most points ever in a single half of an NBA Finals game! Whoa. The Warriors have been playing well, scoring 68 points in the first half, but they’ve so far been no match for the Cavs on the offensive end.

Sure, turnovers and foul trouble have not helped, but Kyrie Irving, LeBron James, and Kevin Love are shooting the lights out in a potential close out game.

Luckily, Kevin Durant hit a three pointer right as time expired, but the story so far has been the just sheerly stupendous nature of the shots that the Cavs are hitting right now.

Could this be a sign of things to come in the third quarter? Can the Warriors make those adjustments during halftime? Will the break allow Kyrie and Lebron to cool off? Can the Warriors come back to complete the sweep?

We’ll find out soon. Second half, coming up now!

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