GALLERY: Warriors go small in Game 4, tie series with Cavs
Steve Kerr made an adjustment prior to Game 4 and inserted Andre Iguodala into the starting five in place of Andrew Bogut. It was the first game Iguodala started this season.
Down early again
The Cavaliers got off to a hot start and led 7-0 forcing Steve Kerr to call timeout.
The Warriors stuck with their small group and responded with a 31-17 run to end the first quarter, giving them a 31-24 advantage after one. Golden State had nine assists on 12 made field goals.
Staying the course
Andre Iguodala covered LeBron James for the duration of the first half limiting him to 10 points after two quarters. Iguodala did his fair share on the offensive end as well scoring nine points and collecting six rebounds.
Up at half
Draymond Green led the Warriors with 13 points in the first half and helped them take a 54-42 lead into the break.
Cavaliers storm out of half
Cleveland went on a 12-2 run in the opening minutes of the third quarter to cut the Warriors' lead to just three points.
Cleveland takes third
The Cavaliers threatened in the third and outrebounded the Warriors 17-6, but Golden State managed to take a 76-70 advantage into the fourth.
The Warriors went on a 12-5 run to start the fourth and extend their lead to 15. Golden State led 90-75 with just over six minutes to play in the final period and officially drained the energy out of Quicken Loans Arena.
Star of the show
Andre Iguodala didn't disappoint in his first start of the season. He defended LeBron James masterfully and notched 22 points on 8-of-15 shooting and went 4-of-9 from beyond the arc.