Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson got back into their scoring rhythm during game four of the finals. Curry scored 38 points, six rebounds, and five assists. Klay Thompson collected 25 points and four rebounds. Harrison Barnes scored a quick eight of the Warrior’s 10 points. Kyrie Irving led the Cavs in scoring with 34 points, LeBron James neared a triple-double but ended up with 25 points. Kevin Love came off the bench for the Cavaliers and scored 11 points. Steph Curry silenced the critics and brought the Warriors to a game four victory. Golden State set a record for the most threes in a finals game, they hit 17. The Warriors will head back to Oracle Arena for game five, they are 50-3 at home. “Business as usual,” Curry said. “We answered the bell. We got back to who we are as a team.” LeBron James ended the game with seven turnovers and was too eager to pass the ball sometimes. In the fourth quarter the Dubs started it with a 15-3 run, this put them up 96-86. The Warriors outscored the Cavs in the fourth 29-20. “He’s Stephen Curry,” coach Steve Kerr said. “He’s the MVP for a reason. He doesn’t have the size and strength to dominate a game physically, so he has to dominate with his skill and that’s not an easy thing to do because your shot sometimes isn’t going to go in.” Game five is in Oracle Arena, Oakland on Monday. Golden State has just moved within one game of a second consecutive NBA finals championship.