Friday 18 August 2017 / 07:20 AM

WARRIORS COMPLETE EMPHATIC SWEEP

The Warriors completed the least dramatic first round series you could imagine tonight, rocking the Blazers by a final count of 128-103.

Game four was much more of a blowout than the score shows, with the Warriors leading 72-48 at halftime after posting a franchise record of points in the first quarter.

Steph Curry led the way for the Warriors, posting an insane 37-8-7 line in the final game.

Curry shot over 53% in the series, and hit some insane shots. The Warriors also set the NBA record for blocks in sweep, posting 40+ in just four games.

The Warriors will next get to set their sights on the winner of Jazz-Clippers, and will get some time to rest for their team.

Head Coach Steve Kerr had back trouble that caused him to miss two games, with Kevin Durant also missing two with a calf strain.

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