Through three games of the Western Conference finals, the Warriors have had little problem with the Portland Trail Blazers.
With the Moda Center crowd cranked up to 11 on Saturday, the Blazers roared out to an 18-point lead in the first half. But as was the story in Game 2, the Warriors erased the lead in the third quarter and went on to win 110-99, grabbing a three-games-to-none series advantage in the process.
Now the Warriors have a chance to break out the brooms Monday night in Game 4 and earn some much-needed rest before their fifth straight NBA Finals appearance.
Golden State will once again be without Kevin Durant, and could be without Andre Iguodala who is questionable with soreness in his Achilles region.
Should the Warriors complete the sweep, they will be off for 10 days -- The Finals don't begin until May 30.
Here's how you can watch Warriors-Blazers Game 4 on television, as well as NBC Sports Bay Area's "SNC: Warriors Playoff Central" pregame and postgame coverage live on NBC Sports Bay Area and the MyTeams by NBC Sports app.