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Golden State interim head coach Mike Brown recaps Game 4 and says Warriors are, 'on a different level".
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Watch: Stephen Curry says Warriors didn't want to give Portland 'any kind of confidence or momentum'
Stephen Curry talks about having Kevin Durant back in the lineup and explained why the Warriors wanted to sweep the series.
Portland guard Damian Lillard talks about being a young playoff team and gaining experience in the postseason.
Watch: Golden State Warriors advance to second round of NBA playoffs with 128-103 win over Portland Trail Blazers
Watch a recap of Golden State's Game 4 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
The Warriors tied an NBA playoff record with 45 points in the first quarter Monday and never looked back in their 128-103 win to eliminate the Trail Blazers in a first-round playoff series.
The Warriors stun the Blazers with a record-tying 45 points in the first quarter Monday night in the win over the Trail Blazers
"It's been an up-and-down season -- frustrating in some ways -- but I think, as I told the team, what I'll remember most about this team is how we competed after the All-Star break to make the playoffs."
The Warriors tied a NBA playoff record with 45 first-quarter points and exploded for 72 points in the first half Monday night to easily win Game 4 and sweep the Blazers.
This year, Damian Lillard, CJ McCollum, Phil Knight and Arvydas Sabonis were among the faces featured in the "Gone Fishin" photo on the TNT broadcast.
In 5 words or less, give us your reaction to Game 4 and the Trail Blazers performance.
Portland Trail Blazers season ends in blowout loss to Golden State Warriors, 128-103: Rapid reaction
The Golden State Warriors blitzed the Blazers from the opening tip, cruising to an XXX win and a 4-0 series sweep.
A highlight from the first half of Game 4 in which Damian Lillard crossed over Draymond Green so hard that he fell backwards onto his tookus.
Here's a look at how Blazers fans, media members and basketball fans across the country on Twitter reacted to the Blazers sluggish start in a win-or-go-home Game 4.
Durant missed the previous two games with a left calf strain he suffered in the second half of the first game of the series.
Kevin Durant will be available and will play in Monday's Game 4 of the Golden State Warriors' playoff series against the Portland Trail Blazers.