2015 NBA Finals 1 fourth quarter situation: Curry was blocked and Zhan Huang lost the ball

2015 NBA Finals 1 fourth quarter situation: Curry was blocked and Zhan Huang lost the ball
The Warriors ushered in the first game of the Cavaliers Finals at home.In the fourth quarter, the two sides confronted each other fiercely. Curry missed the opportunity for a layup in the last 26 seconds and was blocked by Owen. James, who scored 42 points in the fourth quarter, also missed the chance of lore.The two sides entered the overtime period with 98 draws. The sixth time in the history of the finals, there was an overtime situation in the first game.Curry’s key layup was scored by Iguodala in the early part of the end of the quarter, and the Warriors surpassed 80-77 after Speights scored in the middle.James only returned to the court with a 3-minute break off the court, and he quickly led the Cavaliers to form a 9-2 offensive after scoring 3 goals. The Cavaliers led 86-82 in the last half.Iguodala and Klay Thompson scored three consecutive points. James continued to score points and sent assists. After Irving shot into the long shot, Mozgov made a slam dunk.  With 3 minutes and a half remaining in the final quarter, Curry put in the ball and the Warriors overtake 94-93.After James missed the attack, Clay Thompson made an Irving foul and made 2 free throws. The Warriors led 96-93.James scored a long shot to tie the score.Mozgov turned around the basket and scored a strong goal but was found to be illegal. Curry jumper helped the Warriors lead.  James’ subsequent pass helped Mozgov to create a Bogut foul with a strong deduction. Mozgov made two free throws to tie again.In the final quarter, with 26 seconds left, Curry won the layup, but was blocked by Owen.The Cavaliers had a chance to kill, but James missed the shot and Champpert missed a supplementary shot in the air. The two sides entered 98 overtime.(Sky fire)