The Golden State Warriors have used three-point dominance to their advantage throughout their dominant season, and it was on display in fine form during Game 4 of the NBA Finals.

In fact, the Warriors shot so well from beyond the arc that they set a new record for the most three-point shots made in an NBA Finals game with 17.

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Perhaps even more remarkably, the Warriors made more three-pointers than two-pointers (16) in the game. They also nearly tripled the Cavaliers three-point output (6).

Stephen Curry led the way, shooting 7-of-9 from long range. Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes had four apiece, and Andre Iguodala also hit two from deep.

If Golden State continues to shoot the ball well from three-point territory in Game 5, they'll likely hoist the Larry O'Brien NBA Championship Trophy for the second consecutive year.

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