Lynette Rowe
June 13, 2017

CLEVELAND -?Tensions boiled over between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors on Friday night in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, leading to a flurry of technical fouls on both teams, including confusion after Draymond Green was initially announced as being ejected before that call was overturned.

Cleveland counterpart Tyronn Lue called it as intense as his team has played in the Finals, with respect to the physicality and the altercations in the third quarter.

Game 4 was the most physical contest of the series, with several hard fouls, and LeBron James and Kevin Durant drawing a double-technical for arguing with each other after a technical by Kevin Love. The refs also made a last-minute correction after Green was slapped with what was believed to be a second technical foul. Zaza Pachulia's apparent blow to the groin of Shumpert late in the third quarter.

In basketball related news, Draymond really wants to close out this series Friday night.

"Maybe more measured", Myers said, comparing Green from past year to now. "My mom can hold her own, though, she's good", Green said during practice on Thursday.

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Either way, Mary isn't too upset about the Cavaliers coming away with the Game 4 win. The problem then worsened when the officials didn't catch the public address announcer saying it was called on Green.

The wildly combative and fiery game had 51 personal fouls, seven technical fouls, one flagrant foul and a number of dust-ups.

There's no excuse for a fan to go out of their way to harass anyone trying to enjoy a game - especially the mother of another player. "(Warriors point guard Steph) Curry got a few offensive rebounds we can't have, that we normally have Tristan get.

"Hopefully we can come back here". "It was 3-0 this year".

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