Game 4 took a turn for the worst for Warriors fans last night as the Toronto Raptors take a huge step to the title by going down 3-1 in the series.
Behind impressive play as always by Kawhi Leonard; with 36 points and 12 rebounds.
Even though the Warriors’ offense did look a ton better in Game 4 by adding Klay Thompson back, the second half made the difference. It seemed they could not match the intensity they had in the first half as Toronto got the lead and never looked back.
Cats in Game 4
As Kevon Looney made an appearance tonight, that limited DeMarcus Cousins’ playing time in Game 4.
Even though Boogie started the game, he played 15 minutes and grabbed 4 rebounds and scored 6 points.
Jodie Meeks did not see any playing time against the Warriors in Game 4.
Game 5 will be played back in Toronto on Monday at 9 p.m. on ABC as the Raptors are one win away from their first title in franchise history.