Cleveland Cavaliers extend series, beat Warriors

We’re heading back to Cali.

Cleveland Cavaliers extended the NBA Finals to a fifth game by handing the Golden State Warriors its first post-season loss this season with a 137-116 triumph in Game 4.

The Cavs found comfort in shooting from outside as they hit a Finals-high 24 three-pointers en route to a comfortable win.

After having a subpar Finals so far, Kyrie Irving showed the world that he is still locked in as he led the Cavaliers with 40 points.

LeBron James secured another triple-double with 31 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds as he moves up to third in all-time Finals scorers. Kevin Love added 23 as the three combined for 94 points alone.

Kevin Durant, a front runner for Finals MVP went for 35 points for Golden State. Stephen Curry dished 10 assists along with 14 points.