Golden State Advances to Western Conference Semifinals Following Trail Blazer's Sweep

April 24, 2017- The Portland Trail Blazers was completely swept by the Warriors with today's Game 4 win 128-103 in Moda Center.

Golden State is truly one of the strongest teams in NBA and it flourished its strong range in today's game against Portland Trail Blazers. With GSW's head coach Steve Kerr missing in action, assistant coach Mike Brown took care of the role for a while. Stephen Curry brought glory to Warriors scoring a total of 37 points 7 rebounds and 8 assists. Not only Curry but his teammates as well scored some double figures today, together with the comeback warrior Kevin Durant who didn't get to play Games 2 and 3 due to an injury he incurred in Game 1's third quarter contributed to the win of Golden State Warriors today chipping in a total of 10 points 3 rebounds and 2 assists.

"That was unbelievable. Our guys were locked in on both ends of the floor. I wish I could say this one thing or that one thing was really good but everything we tried to do, we tried to do it on a high level," Brown said. "It was fun to watch. Fun to be a part of."

Now all that's left for Golden State is the Western Conference semifinals and the winner of Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers series, which is tied at 2.

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