Green triple-double leads Warriors past Jazz to complete series sweep

Posted May 09, 2017

So the Sweep looms.

Utah Jazz forward Gordon Hayward (20) drives as Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green (23) defends in the first half during Game 4 of the NBA basketball second-round playoff series, Monday, May 8, 2017, in Salt Lake City.

Second round I feel much better about.

While no team has come back from a three-zero playoff deficit, fans say Monday is the night that will change. Of the 16 games that have been played thus far, only one has been decided by single digits. They'll visit the Utah Jazz Monday night in Game 4 of their 2017 National Basketball Association playoff series, looking to complete a sweep and remain flawless in the postseason.

Golden State joins the Cleveland Cavaliers as the only undefeated teams in this year's playoffs. When they're playing at their best or even close to it, they're unbeatable and we've seen the full capacity of their powers through the first seven games. This is what real competitors have to do, even when the writing stretches from the floor to the wall to sky.

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Even without head coach Steve Kerr on the sidelines, they haven't put a foot wrong in sweeping Portland and probably Utah, who look nearly certain to succumb in four games tonight. From there, same old same old, and though past year should teach us not to doubt James, the addition of Kevin Durant is too much. In fact, they have the potential to be a great team in the future. "There are situations in the game where he lands on it and pushes off and it just aggravates it".

The Cavs will meet the victor of the Boston-Washington series in the Eastern Conference finals.

While Durant's math is correct, his professional consideration toward the Jazz rang hollow.

The Jazz actually played very well, but a few missed shots and the game's final 22 points from Steph Curry and Kevin Durant were enough.

In Round 1 against the Los Angeles Clippers, Utah had five players averaging north of 10 points per game. Gobert had his third consecutive double-double with 12 points, 13 rebounds. And while some of this may be the result of Utah defense, much of it is simply open shots that don't fall.

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"Whatever happened in the game was going to happen", Durant said. Brown took over as acting coach for Game 3 of the first-round series against the Portland Trail Blazers.

After having at least eight turnovers in every game during the regular season, the Warriors have committed seven turnovers in three of their seven playoff games.

The Warriors were piranha-like in their fury, partly because they wanted to end the series and partly because, well, this was one day after the Cavaliers had dispatched the Pacers in a sweep of their first-round series.

"We had a really good year, and that's a really good team", Jazz coach Quin Snyder said after the game. "We'd love to duplicate that". We don't know who's going to have a hot night. "They're very tough to guard".

"I think the problem we had was we stopped moving the ball", Gobert said.

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