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Warriors take advantage in NBA Finals against Cavaliers

Reserve point guard Shaun Livingston, with 20 points, led the balanced attack of the Golden State Warriors who beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-89 in the first game of the NBA Finals that they play the best of seven.
Game 2 will be played Sunday on the same stage at ORACLE Arena in Oakland, while next week, beginning Wednesday, the series moves to Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, where Game 3 and Game 4 will be played.
Livingston emerged as the winning wow factor and image of the balanced team that the defending champion Warriors are, topping a list of seven players who had double-digit numbers, including power forward Draymond Green who took charge of dominate the actions within the painting.
Green contributed a double-double of 16 points, 11 rebounds -all defensive-, gave seven assists, recovered four balls, lost three and put in a block.
The base Kyrie Irving with 26 points and the star forward LeBron James who was on the verge of a triple-double by contributing 23 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists, were the best of the Cavaliers

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