2015NBA Finals Game 6 first quarter situation: Warriors 28-15 lead Cavaliers

2015NBA Finals Game 6 first quarter situation: Warriors 28-15 lead Cavaliers
The Cavaliers ushered in Game 6 of the Warriors Finals at home.The Cavaliers started 7-2, but Curry led the Warriors to form an amazing shock wave of 26-8, and the Warriors led 28-15 at the end of the first quarter.Curry sent 9 points and 3 assists on 4 of 8 shots, and James scored 4 points and 5 rebounds on 2 of 6 shots.The Cavaliers made as many as nine turnovers in the first quarter. Mozgov scored 28 points and 10 rebounds in the fourth game of the finals. However, in the fifth game, the Cavaliers played a small lineup. Mozgov only played 9 minutes and a half.Whether the Cavaliers changed into suspense before the 6th match, Mozgov finally started.The Cavaliers continued to revolve around Mozgov, James rushed to help Mozgov score the first goal of both sides.  Curry was fouled by Champert in the first defensive round, after which Curry missed a jumper and was stealing by James to form a fast break layup.After Tristan Thompson scored in the basket, the Cavaliers started 7-2.The Cavaliers had a 7-0 start in Game 4, but ended up losing to the Warriors by 21 points.The Warriors quickly demonstrated their counterattack ability, and Curry and Green scored goals one after another.James Iguodala was convicted offensive foul, the home fans gave a high-scoring boo.  James was intercepted by Iguodala when he tried to make a strong attack on the basket, and Curry made a layup on the fast break.The momentum of the game fell to the Warriors side-Mozgov forcibly got up from the basket to pick the ball, but was found to be an offense violation for 24 seconds; afterwards, James shot three non-stick shots and the Cavaliers again violated the violation for 24 seconds.Curry scored a long shot and rushed to the basket, scoring 7 points for the Warriors.The Warriors took advantage of Mozgov’s lack of mobility to form consecutive open shots. Green and Iguodala scored three consecutive goals. At the end of the first quarter, the Warriors had established a double-digit advantage by 28-15.  After the Cavaliers started 7-2, the Warriors formed a 26-8 counterattack.The Warriors’ first 10 sports were scored by assists.Although the Cavaliers changed to a small lineup in the second quarter of the first quarter, they were stuck in a scoring slack. They only invested 6 goals in the first quarter, but made 9 turnovers.(Sky fire)