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2017 Schedule
67-15, 1st in Pacific
Cavs vs. Warriors: Who had the better sweep? (1:17)
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Warriors GM confident of Kerr's full return

Warriors general manager Bob Myers fully expects Steve Kerr to find a solution to his debilitating health issues and return to the bench amid complications from two back surgeries.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

ICYMI: NBA favorites went 3-0 ATS last night and now lead 17-14-1 ATS in the playoffs after underdogs dominated early; overs went 2-0-1 last night and are 19-13-1 overall.

Barkley: Kerr has to consider retiring if issues continue (0:47)

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The Warriors are the fourth team to sweep the Trail Blazers in a playoff series over the last 20 seasons. Each of the previous three teams went on to win the title.

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Audio: Steve Kerr is an inspiration

From "Mike and Mike": Stephen A. Smith provides an update on the health of the Warriors' head coach and the effect his absence will have on his team. Listen

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Warriors dominate Blazers

The Golden State Warriors owned more than an 18-point advantage in its overall season series against the Portland Trail Blazers.

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There was no time wasted for Stephen Curry in the Warriors' Game 4 series-clinching win. The former MVP led Golden State with 37 points, but did most of his work in the first three quarters of the game.

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Whoever the Warriors play in the second round, history tells us it could be smooth sailing into the Western Conference finals. Golden State manhandled the Clippers during the regular season and outscored the Jazz by more than 10 points per game in their three meetings.

Warriors sweep Blazers, Norman Powell destroys rim in Toronto (0:45)
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Lillard: Beating Warriors became an 'obsession'

After scoring 34 points in Golden State's sweep-clinching win over Portland, Damian Lillard said he's developing an "obsession" with trying to beat the Warriors in the playoffs.

Warriors dominate first quarter in win (1:02)
Durant's return ignites Warriors' sweep of Blazers (1:03)
Green: We can fight through anything (1:38)
Warriors sweep Blazers with ease (1:29)
It's hardly fair when Curry does this (0:23)
Durant glad to be back with his teammates (1:10)

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Golden State Warriors complete a 4-0 sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers in their first-round series with a 128-103 Game 4 victory in Portland. With Kevin Durant back in the lineup after a two-game absence, the Warriors started with a 22-3 run and never looked back, tying an NBA playoff record with 45 points in the first quarter. Stephen Curry led the rout with 37 points, including seven of Golden State's 17 3-pointers. Durant had 10 points in 20 minutes of action.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors rout Blazers 128-103 to complete sweep. The ViewFromVegas is they also easily covered as 9-point road favorites and it went over the average closing total of 222.5. Favorites went 3-0 ATS tonight and lead 17-14-1 ATS so far in the NBA playoffs after underdogs dominated early; overs went 2-0-1 tonight and 19-13-1 overall.

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Portland Trail Blazers will be swept for the first time since losing 3-0 to the L.A. Lakers in 2002, when the first round was still best-of-five. Portland got Game 4 wins in 2014 vs. San Antonio and 2015 vs. Memphis to avoid sweeps.

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.91st
Rebounds Per Game44.47th
Assists Per Game30.41st
Points Allowed104.311th

Team History