Live: ‘Terrible’ Steph Curry a positive for Warriors

THE Cleveland Cavaliers will be hoping to back up their last start win and keep their dream of an NBA championship alive when they take on the Golden State Warriors at home in Game Four of the NBA Finals.The Warriors lead the best-of-seven series 2-1 after claiming the first two games in convincing fashion, but LeBron James and his Cavs stormed back to form to completely dominate Game Three, easing to a 120-90 victory.Steph Curry looked ‘terrible’Curry’s radar was off in Game Three.Source:APIF THE Warriors are going to claim their second successive NBA Championship, Steph Curry needs to fire.The league MVP has set some ridiculously high standards for himself over the past two seasons, and it’s not always easy to live up to them. He had a rare off night in Game Three when he managed only 19 points, while fellow splash brother Klay Thompson scored 10 — the pair missing their first nine shots combined.His struggles look to have carried over into practice, with ESPN basketball analyst Brian Windhorst saying he looked “terrible” in practice the day before Game Four.“I watched him shoot for about 25 minutes yesterday, and he looked terrible,” Windhorst said during ESPN’s pre-game coverage, before being asked if it was just his shooting or his general movement that was suffering.“Everything looked bad,” Windhorst said. “I’ve seen this man make 25 threes in a row in practice. I’ve seen him where he gets so bored he starts shooting the ball 20 feet in the air, trying to make 20 feet high threes.“He was so frustrated at one point he went over and stretched out a little bit (his leg a…

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