RIGHT: Andre Iguodala for NBA games

Golden State's multi-purpose reserve came off the NBA 2K17 MT  and once again stuffed the stat sheet and played a huge role for the Warriors. In 37 minutes, Iguodala scored 10 points, grabbed six rebounds and contributed a team-high seven assists. He also once again played air-tight defense against James and the Cavs, getting his hands on the ball over and over again. After the game, Iguodala said it took a team effort to contain James and the Cavs. "You've got a guy like [James] -- physically gifted, high IQ, one of the best passers I've ever seen -- he gets it going, there's nothing you can do. It doesn't take one guy to come in and cut off the water or shut him down. It takes five guys. Throughout these Playoffs we've had some of the top scorers in this league who we've had to try to contain collectively, and he's the tip of the iceberg as far as collectively we have to work together and communicate to keep him from exploding on us or having those really high-assist games where he's making everybody on their team a much better player."

WRONG: J.R. Smith

After struggling in the first two games of the series, the Cavs' streaky shooting guard got hot in their Game 3 victory, scoring 20 points, including 5-for-10 on three-pointers. In Game 4, Smith came back to earth, going 3-for-10 from the floor (including 2-for-8 from three), finishing with 10 points in 44 minutes. "Tough for us when you beat yourself," said Smith. "A lot of loose balls we should have got. They beat us to all the 50-50s and offensive rebounds. They're a good enough team, but we're not going to beat them like that. It's tough."

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