The Warriors still lead the best-of-7 series 3-1 and can claim the crown by winning game 5 at home on Monday (Tuesday in Manila) in Oakland, California. Kyrie Irving has 28 points, LeBron James has 22 and Kevin Love 17 for the Cavs.
As the clock ticked under a minute, Durant secured a defensive rebound and dribbled the ball over to the left wing, where he pulled up and knocked down a 26-foot three-pointer, which gave Golden State a 114-113 lead over the Cavaliers.
Stephen Curry finally has his first field goal of Game 4.
The Big Three combined for 94 points for the Cavaliers, who scored the game's first six points and never relinquished the lead. Golden State appears to have this locked up, but the question is will the Cavs find a way to take Game 4 and avoid the sweep?
Now, the series is 3-1 - and if there's one thing the Cavs know, it's how to come back from a 3-1 deficit.
It is the fifth time this season that a team had 80 or more at halftime.
The old mark of 81 points in a half was set by the 1982 Philadelphia 76ers.
The game got chippy in the third quarter as James and Durant received double technical fouls after a heated exchange of words.
"I didn't hear it, but some of the other guys heard it and told me that they wanted to celebrate on our floor once again and they wanted to spray champagne in our locker rooms", James said.More news: Apple Homepod vs Amazon Echo vs Google Home
The Warriors are highly unlikely to even hint at a discount now that Curry can score a supermax deal for up to 35 percent of the team's cap for next season - netting roughly $205 million for a five-year commitment.
A James 3-pointer put Cleveland ahead 115-96 entering the fourth quarter.
The Golden State Warriors are being predicted to win it all with little to no opposition.
They now lead the best-of-seven series 3-1.
While Pat Riley thinks the greatest of all time is Magic Johnson, one man feels that LeBron will sacrifice that title if the #Golden State Warriors complete a sweep of the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. James has been to the NBA Finals now seven years in a row, four with the Miami Heat and three times now with the Cavaliers. Golden State has covered the spread in all three games of this series and are 15-0 in the playoffs straight up.
Golden State clawed within seven, but then the Warriors began fouling and Kerr got nailed with his technical - one of seven in the game.
One reason for the Warriors' dominant playoff run was the acquisition of Durant in the offseason.