The Warriors will get a big boost this week from LeBron James and Kevin Durant, who will be both playing for the Cavs in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
ESPN Crikey’s Joe Vasquez breaks down how this could affect Golden State’s chances in Game 6.
The Cavaliers will be playing the Warriors in Game 4 on Thursday night.
This game will be televised on ESPN3, and ESPN2 will be showing the game on Wednesday night.
The Cavs have been leading the series 2-1 in the series, but have lost three straight, including the first three games.
The Warriors and Cavaliers have played seven times since their last meeting, with the Cavaliers winning five of those games.
In Game 4, Kevin Durant scored a game-high 27 points to lead Golden State to a 101-100 victory over the Cavs.
In Game 3, LeBron James scored 25 points for Cleveland, which won 105-100.
The game marked the Warriors first win in five games in the finals.
This marks the third time in three years that the two teams have met in the Finals.
Cleveland will have to win three more games to advance to the conference finals.
If the Warriors can win all three of their remaining games, they will have a shot at winning their third championship.
James will be back to lead the Cavs this series.
He scored 32 points, including seven 3-pointers, in Game 3 of the finals against the Warriors.
James scored 29 points, 10 rebounds and six assists in Game 1 of the series.
Durant scored 22 points for the Warriors, who defeated the Cavs 117-104.
Durant and the Cavaliers were the only teams to score double figures in the game.
The first half was decided by one point in the third quarter, with Cleveland leading 82-71.
Durant had 23 points in the first half, while James scored 10 points.
The Cavaliers are now 8-0 against Golden State.