Five things we learned from Cleveland Cavaliers’ Game 4 victory

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CLEVELAND – Five things we learned from the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 137-116 Game 4  victory over the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 Finals Friday at Quicken Loans  Arena:

1. It wasn’t just weak competition in the East.

Wait, that was the Cavaliers’ best punch, contrary to what we took away from Game 3. Just when it looked as if the Cavaliers were ready to punch out for summer, they came roaring back with an ornery, jut-jawed, not-in-our-house game that kept the series alive, the NBA happy and its broadcast partners busy with an extra opportunity to recoup some of those rights fees. (Sweeps are fine for basketball history but not at all fine for business bottom lines.)

But there was more going on Friday night than the defending champions not wanting to let their legit rivals from out West cavort on the Quicken Loans Arena court and stink-and-sticky up the visitors’ dressing room. The Cavs played Game 4 as if they wanted to demonstrate to the world just how forceful and potent their 2016-17 brand of ball really was. And hoo boy, did they demonstrate.

It kind of got lost in the early-rounds shuffle just how lethal Cleveland’s offensive game was in sweeping past Indiana and Toronto. By

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