Tyronn Lue jokes about Kyle Korver's age after big Game 4

How the Cavs won the chess match in Games 3 and 4

How the Cavs won the chess match in Games 3 and 4

Head coach Tyronn Lue of the Cleveland Cavaliers during the first half of the National Basketball Association game against the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena on March 13, 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona.

"We were just relying on LeBron [James] to do everything", Korver said after the Cavs' 111-102 win in Game 4 on Monday. "He didn't play him tonight, so it kind of threw us for a loop".

James has logged an NBA-leading 648 minutes this postseason and that reinforced just how much wear and tear James has endured in his career above and beyond the grind of regular-season play.

That, likewise, put the green and white Celts one win away from gaining a seat in the NBA Finals.

"And I think hopefully we can take a lot of what we've done here the last couple games - we've had better movement, better body movement, better ball movement, screens, passing, our defense has been a lot more aggressive".

One user on Twitter pointed out, "I don't know what's more awesome, that the Cavs need 37 year old Kyle Korver to be their 3rd best player or that he's doing it".

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In Games 1-4, Cavaliers with Korver on and...

"He's 37 now? God dang", Lue, who is just four years older than Korver, said.

Lue, likewise, attributed to Korvers elbow injury suffered at the teams pre-game shootaround earlier although the sweet-shooting guard never showed it in his 19-minute stay on the floor making two of his five 3-point attempts to finish with seven points. I had no idea how Griff [former Cavs GM David Griffin] was able to pull that off still to this day.

"So now we've got to go home, win Game 6 and come back here for Game 7".

"That means that's a guy that's all about winning, and whatever it takes to win", Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said. "There are not many of us '03 class guys still around and I feel like we're just cut from a different cloth, because we've just been around for so long and we have this work ethic and you see him every single day just putting the work in, putting his mind and body into it".

"I just can't say enough about him".

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