On Friday night, "Dub Nation" may be in full celebration mode as the Golden State Warriors look to capture their second NBA Championship in the past three years. They'll be taking on a Cleveland Cavaliers team that are the defending champions and have come back from a 3-1 deficit to win the NBA Finals last year.

However, Kevin Durant has made a major case for the NBA Finals MVP award with his performance over the first three games, and will likely claim the award when his team finally grabs that title. Still, one shouldn't count out LeBron James from helping his team achieve the impossible.

Here's a look at the Warriors vs. Cavs Game 4 preview including how to watch it live online or on TV.

Game 4 preview

This will be a "do or die" game for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Even though LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love have played pretty well, it hasn't been enough to solve the Warriors' All-Star quartet. Still, in Game 3, the Cavs looked like they had Golden State on the ropes. It came down to poor playmaking decisions in the final minutes of that game. Kevin Durant hit a clutch shot but had that three-pointer bounced another way; it could be a 2-1 series.

That said, there's no reason to believe that Golden State won't do everything in their power to put this series away on Friday night.

The team would make history with a perfect 16-0 playoff run to capture their second Larry O'Brien Trophy in three seasons. As mentioned, Kevin Durant had all but stamped his name on the MVP trophy for his star performance in this series.

Oddsmakers have the Warriors as 6.5-point favorites to win Game 4, with their money line price at -250.

The Cleveland Cavaliers are home underdogs priced at +210. The over/under points total will be about 229 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Game 4 featuring the Golden State Warriors at Cleveland Cavaliers is scheduled for Friday, June 9th with a tip-off time of 9 p.m. Eastern Time. Live television coverage will be available on the ABC networks and their affiliate channels across the United States.

For live streaming, there is the Watch ABC website which offers a live feed to subscribers in eight major cities. These include Raleigh, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and several other cities.

In addition, cable and satellite subscribers who have ESPN on their channel package should be able to log into the WatchESPN website or mobile apps to see a live streaming feed of the game.