Just over 48 hours after a comeback victory in Game 3, the Golden State Warriors earned another comeback win to complete the sweep of the Western Conference Finals
With the win, Golden State is set make its fifth consecutive NBA Finals appearance, despite being shorthanded in its pursuit. Veteran forward Andre Iguodala was out with a calf injury, joining Kevin Durant (calf) and DeMarcus Cousins (quad) on the injury report.
If you missed any of the action, check below for live score updates, stats and highlights from Game 4.
Final: Warriors 119, Trail Blazers 117
Golden State is set to head to the NBA FInals for the fifth straight year thanks to big performances from Stephen Curry (37 points, 13 rebounds, 11 assists), Draymond Green (18 points, 14 rebounds, 11 assists) and Kevon Looney (12 points, 14 rebounds).
Meyers Leonard (30 points, 11 rebounds) set a new career-high while Damian Lillard (28 points) and CJ McCollum (26 points) had big offensive nights, but it ultimately wasn't enough as the Warriors came back from 17 down to earn the win.
Golden State awaits the winner of Milwaukee and Toronto in the Eastern Conference Finals.
End of Regulation: Warriors 111, Trail Blazers 111
Extra basketball at the Moda Center!
The Warriors storm back from 17 down to tie things up before the end of regulation and force an overtime period.
Golden State is led by triple-doubles from Stephen Curry (37 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) and Draymond Green (14 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists) - the duo has become the first teammates to record triple-doubles in the same postseason game.
Portland is paced by 30 points and 11 rebounds from Meyers Leonard, Damian Lillard's 26 points and 11 assists and 24 points from CJ McCollum.
• With an opportunity to take the lead, Damian Lillard fails to connect on a driving floater.
Golden State gets the rebound and calls for a timeout with 0.1 seconds remaining.
The Warriors fail to convert on the inbound.
• 10.7 seconds remain in regulation and things are all tied up at 111.
Stephen Curry had an opportunity to put the Warriors ahead but was called for a travel.
Timeout Trail Blazers.
Portland has the ball and an opportunity to extend its season - or head into overtime.
End of Third Quarter: Trail Blazers 95, Warriors 87
After the Blazers led by as many as 17 points in the frame, the Warriors storm back to head into the fourth quarter down eight points.
Meyers Leonard has cooled down as he scored just two points in the frame but CJ McCollum (24 points, 6 assists) and Damian Lillard (21 points, 10 assists) have continued their big-time play on the offensive end.
SHEESH DAMIAN 😲 pic.twitter.com/FKj7hc5bxD- Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) May 21, 2019
Stephen Curry is up to 30 points (on 9-for-16 shooting) and has now scored 30 or more points in five consecutive games.
Three other Warriors are in double figures: Klay Thompson (14 points), Draymond Green (10 points), and Alfonzo McKinnie (10 points) have shared the offensive load after Curry.
Halftime: Trail Blazers 69, Warriors 65
It's Meyers Leonard's half!
The Blazers starting centre finishes the half with 25 points (on 10-for-12 shooting). It's a career-best for Leonard, who entered the game with a career-high of 24 points.
🔥M 🔥E 🔥Y 🔥E 🔥R 🔥S 🔥 pic.twitter.com/FfBffYl5iQ- Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) May 21, 2019
Portland has assisted on 20 of its 28 field goals so far in Game 4 and is shooting 60.9% from the field. CJ McCollum (13 points, five assists) and Damian Lillard (12 points, seven assists) have also helped pace the Blazers offence with their scoring and playmaking.
Leonard isn't the only player to have had a huge half, either.
Stephen Curry has also scored 25 points in the first half, shooting 7-for-9 from the field while connecting on five of his seven 3-point attempts.
Steph (25 PTS, 5 3PM) lets it fly from way downtown before the half! ☔️☔️#StrengthInNumbers #NBAPlayoffs @ESPNNBA pic.twitter.com/YT17Cs2rPg- NBA (@NBA) May 21, 2019
The Warriors have also benefitted from 12 points from Klay Thompson and the playmaking of Draymond Green, who has eight assists at the half. Golden State has assisted on 16 of its 25 made field goals and is shooting 56.8% from the field.
End of First Quarter: Warriors 36, Trail Blazers 35
After a hot-shooting quarter for both teams, Golden State takes a one-point lead into the second quarter.
The Warriors, who were led by 12 points from Stephen Curry and 10 points from Klay Thompson, shot 14-for-21 (66.1%) from the field in the first.
Steph is doing Steph things early on
Steph hesitates and flips it up off the window... plus the foul! #NBAPlayoffs #StrengthInNumbers 20#RipCity 16- NBA (@NBA) May 21, 2019
📺: @ESPNNBA pic.twitter.com/r9Hxhd8TGZ
Portland was led by 14 points from centre Meyers Leonard and finished the quarter shooting 15-for-25 (60.0%) as a team in the frame.
• It's a new look for the Warriors, who will start Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Jordan Bell alongside Alfonzo McKinnie.
Starting us off tonight 🖐️ pic.twitter.com/kkYqn1rso4- Golden State Warriors (@warriors) May 21, 2019
• Starting for the Trail Blazers:
Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Moe Harkless, Al-Farouq Aminu and Meyers Leonard.
⌚👌🗽🔥🔨 vs. @warriors#RipCity pic.twitter.com/HB0Hfy9M72- Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) May 21, 2019
• Golden State will start Alfonzo McKinnie in place of the injured Andre Iguodala
Golden State will start Alfonzo McKinnie in place of injured Andre Iguodala tonight at Portland, league sources tell Yahoo Sports.- Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) May 21, 2019
• Warriors head coach has announced that 2015 Finals MVP Andre Iguodala will be out for Game 4 with a calf injury.
Andre Iguodala is out tonight, per Steve Kerr.- Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) May 20, 2019