CLEVELAND -- After dominating the Golden State Warriors with a wire-to-wire 137-116 victory in a must-win Game 4 of the NBA Finals, several Cleveland Cavaliers players said the Warriors' "chatter" leading up to Friday fueled their performance.
"But at the end of the day, it don't matter where you win at, as long as you can win it.
You got the game f---ed up with that one.
That's just how I'm built." The back-and-forth spilled over to the sidelines, where Cavs reserve Dahntay Jones received a technical foul in the second quarter when he wasn't even in the game for jawing with Kevin Durant.
As soon as the ref turns his back, he's got something to say." "I'm sure, it's a room full of men here, if somebody disrespects you to your face, to turn the other cheek and not say anything is really not going to happen 90 percent of the time," Jones said.