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The Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala took to the skies for an emphatic dunk early in the first quarter of Game 1 of the NBA Finals vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers at Oracle Arena on Thursday.
With less than seven minutes to play in the frame, Cleveland's Tristan Thompson was stripped while going up for a basket, and the Warriors responded with a fast break.
Golden State guard Klay Thompson dished off to Iguodala in the paint, and the 33-year-old delivered a punishing one-handed dunk that sent members of the home crowd into a state of jubilation.