Caris LeVert led the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 118-110 victory over the Golden State Warriors, completing a season-series sweep. The Cavaliers had a balanced attack, with Donovan Mitchell, Darius Garland, and Evan Mobley also contributing double-digit points. This sweep marked Cleveland’s first over Golden State since 2010. After blowing a 17-point lead, the Cavaliers regained the advantage in the third quarter and never looked back. Dean Wade’s consecutive 3-pointers in the fourth quarter helped the Cavaliers pull away. Although the Warriors made a late push, the Cavaliers maintained their lead and secured the win. Draymond Green was ejected from the game, and Stephen Curry led all scorers with 30 points. Despite Curry’s efforts, the Warriors struggled from beyond the arc. Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, and Jonathan Kuminga also contributed to the Warriors’ scoring. The game was filled with fouls and free throws, with the Cavaliers outscoring the Warriors from the charity stripe. Kevon Looney was the leading rebounder in the game. Overall, the Cavaliers’ balanced attack and strong performance secured their victory over the Warriors.
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