Much like Game 3, Game 4 between the Bulls and Cavaliers wasn't pretty. There were lots of bricks and both teams had extended scoring droughts reminiscent of a Big Ten game. But in the end, after the Bulls erased a late seven-point deficit, LeBron James drained a buzzer-beater over Jimmy Butler to give the Cavaliers an 86-84 victory to tie up the series at 2-2:
I was prepared to write a lot more, because a ton of shit happened in this game. But I don't even know what to say right now. The Bulls had control of this game at several points before the offense went into the tank. And then they come back and LeBron does that.
The Bulls just couldn't lose this game. LeBron was mostly bad again. Kyrie Irving was awful and obviously hurt. J.R. Smith basically saved the Cavaliers early in the fourth quarter. Why did it have to be like this? Why? I'm sick and have no good thoughts. Unbelievable.