The underdog Cavs routed the Warriors in Wednesday evening's Game 3, by a score of 120-90, after two straight games of being absolutely decimated by the Warriors—losing 104-89 in Game 1 and 110-77 in Game 2.
While the Game 3 victory could be seen as a turning point for a fired-up Cavs, many analysts suggest the team still faces an uphill climb. Should Warriors power duo Steph Curry and Klay Thompson come back refreshed after a lackluster performance, the Cavs could have trouble keeping up on offense and could grow exhausted on defense. While Game 4 is at home in Cleveland, the Cavs still face the possibility of two more games away at Oakland—a much less favorable setting.
Game 4 begins at 9 p.m. ET from the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.
For those with a television, the action can be watched on the ABC broadcast network. Those without a television can catch a live-stream of the game on ABC Live, which requires a login with your TV provider.
The rest of the series will also air on ABC with Game 5 on Monday in Oakland, at 9 p.m. ET; Game 6 on Thursday, June 16, in Cleveland, at 9 p.m.; and, if necessary, a Game 7 on Sunday, June 19, back in Oakland at 9 p.m. ET.