2015NBA Finals Cavaliers VS Warriors first quarter situation: Warriors lead

2015NBA Finals Cavaliers VS Warriors first quarter situation: Warriors lead
The Cavaliers ushered in the fourth game with the Warriors Finals at home. The Cavaliers played a 16-9 opening advantage, but the Warriors’ small lineup showed lethality. A wave of 22-6 shock waves was completed in the middle and back of the first quarter.The Warriors led 31-24 at the end.James scored 5 points on 2-of-5 shooting, and Curry scored two 3-pointers and scored 6 points.In the history of the finals between Curry and Della, in the history of the finals, there were 83 teams that won the third game after 1-1 in the first two games.9% chance of winning.The team that achieved a 3-1 advantage even won 100%.Therefore, the Warriors were already under tremendous pressure in the fourth battle.The Warriors made a striking change. Iguodala replaced Bogut as the starter, and the Warriors sacrificed a small lineup.  In the finals, when Iguodala and Green, Barnes and Splash Brothers were on the lineup, James was only 2 of 14 shots.This data has been proved after the opening-James missed two rushing attempts.But Tristan Thompson even grabbed the offensive rebound and James, who suffered a pinch, also gave a good pass behind Mozgov’s slam dunk performance.The Warriors missed consecutive long shots, and the Cavaliers made a 7-0 start after shooting a three-pointer.  After the Warriors suspended the adjustment, Curry stabilized the team with a 3-pointer.James broke through the bottom line when he forced Iguodala, and Zhan Huang was judged to step on the line and go out of bounds.Iguodala and Green scored goals one after another; Delavedova stormed Curry to turn the ball and scored the goal. After James made a long shot and rushed the ball, the Cavaliers led 16-9.  The Warriors’ small lineup reflects the fast-moving characteristics, continuously forming open shot opportunities, Barnes and Curry successively scored three-pointers.In the face of the Warriors’ pursuit, James reminded his teammates to avoid gaps in defense. The Cavaliers also insisted on playing inside. Mozgov and Tristan Thompson scored goals.However, the Warriors’ rapid impact has taken control of the game. After Green made a three-pointer against Mozgov, Klay Thompson rushed to open the basket, and the Warriors 22-20 exceeded with 4 minutes left in the first quarter.This is the Warriors’ first lead since the second game of the Finals!  David Lee turned around and missed the basket. The referee standing at the incident did not give a penalty. However, the bald whistle from a long distance, Crawford, ruled that JR Smith was fouled. The Cavaliers fans stood up and immediately protested.James lost his center of gravity in two offensive attacks, and the referee didn’t give a penalty. Zhan Huang seemed very dissatisfied.The Warriors took the opportunity to continue chasing and sprinting. After Iguodala shot into the long shot, the Warriors had a 31-22 lead.The Warriors completed a large shock wave of 22-6.The Warriors led 31-24 in the first quarter.(Sky fire)