OAKLAND, Calif. - Spencer Hawes had 22 points and 13 rebounds to help the Cleveland Cavaliers erase an 18-point first-half deficit on the way to a 103-94 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Friday night. Dion Waiters added 18 points and Luol Deng and Kyrie Irving had 16 apiece for the Cavaliers, who overcame a slow start to take the game over in the final three quarters and snap a six-game losing streak against the Warriors. Stephen Curry scored 27 points on his 26th birthday and Draymond Green added 18 but it wasnt enough to prevent another bad home loss by the Warriors, who were without starting guard Klay Thompson. He was in the Bahamas for his grandfathers funeral. Golden State had won five straight at home following a 4-6 stretch in January and February that included losses to lesser teams like Denver, Minnesota, Washington and Charlotte. This game didnt look like it would follow that pattern the way it started with Golden State taking a 16-point lead less than 6 minutes into the game. But the Cavaliers got back into it in the second quarter and broke it open after Curry hit back-to-back 3-pointers that put Golden State up 62-58 midway through the third. But Cleveland ended the quarter on a 13-3 run that included two 3-pointers from Irving to take an 84-71 lead heading into the fourth — a stunning 29-point turnaround in the middle two quarters. But Irving scored seven points in the fourth quarter, including a long 3-pointer that made it 95-80 with less than 6 minutes to play to keep the Cavs in control. The Warriors got off to a fast start with David Lee scoring nine of the games first 13 points and Golden State going up 20-4 following back-to-back 3-pointers by Andre Iguodala midway through the quarter. The lead grew to 36-18 early in the second before the Cavaliers erased it to the shock of the home crowd. Matthew Dellavedova, who starred in college at nearby Saint Marys, made a pair of 3-pointers and assisted on another by Waiters as part of a 13-0 spurt. The run extended to 23-2 as Waiters came from out of bounds to steal a ball from Andrew Bogut and laid it in and then hit a 3-pointer the next time down. Bogut was called for a technical foul after that shot and Jarrett Jacks free throw have the Cavaliers a 41-38 lead. Harrison Barnes put Golden State back in front with consecutive baskets and Golden State led 53-52 at the half. NOTES: Cleveland G Jarrett Jack got a warm ovation in pregame introductions in his first game here since leaving as a free agent last summer. ... Golden State C Jermaine ONeal played his 1,000th career game. Thompson had played 214 consecutive games played — longest in team history to start a career. He is expected back Sunday in Portland barring any travel problems. ... Cavaliers G C.J. Miles missed the game with a sprained left ankle. 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The Athletics Get: LHP Jon Lester, LF Jonny Gomes, OF Sam Fuld and cash.LILLE, France -- Marcel Kittel sprinted to his third stage victory at the Tour de France on Tuesday, while defending champion Chris Froome had a scare in a crash that scuffed up his left side and wrist before a tough day ahead on cobblestones. Astana team leader Vincenzo Nibali of Italy, who kept the yellow jersey, decried a "crazy race" in the 163.5-kilometre (101-mile) Stage 4 along the Belgian border as cyclings big event entered France after a wildly popular three-day start in England. Unlike his wins in Stages 1 and 3, when he made victory look easy, Kittel eked out victory by a half-wheel length at the end of the ride from Le Touquet-Paris Plage to Lille Metropole. Kittel, of the Giant-Shimano team, didnt celebrate this time but panted and, instead, it was runner-up Alexander Kristoff of Norway who swatted the air in frustration after being pipped at the line by the barrelling German. French rider Arnaud Demare was third. After a difficult day because of crosswinds and jumpy nerves in the peloton, Kittel said of his seventh career Tour stage win, "Its never easy ... (I was) lucky just enough at the finish line." Froome, the Team Sky leader, fell early in the stage after a rider bumped another into the Britons front wheel. He got up, got bandaged, and got back to the pack. Afterward, team boss Dave Brailsford said Froome would undergo X-rays as a precaution. Slovak star Peter Sagan also went down in a spill, and he too recovered to finish. "It was a crazy race," said Nibali, describing how his team informed him through his earpiece about Froomes mishap, and went back to see whether he was OK. Froome responded, "more or less," according to the Italian. Froome went straight into the team bus aand didnt speak to reporters after the stage.dddddddddddd He skinned up his left knee, left elbow and hurt his left wrist in the crash, and was treated by race doctor Florence Pommerie before rejoining the peloton. She told French TV the injuries were mostly superficial and amounted to "essentially a few scratches." Froome and two-time champ Alberto Contador are among 20 riders who trail Nibali by two seconds. Christian Meier of Langley, B.C., finished tied for 132nd in the stage, 79 seconds back. Svein Tuft, also from Langley, was 2:51 behind the stage winner in a tie for 164th place. Overall, Meier holds the No. 141 position, nearly 19 minutes off the lead. Tuft is just behind in 144th. An aching wrist could mean pain ahead for Froome. The peloton rolls over nine patches of bumpy cobblestones on Wednesday, which could make for a joint-jarring ride and prevent him from keeping his hands on the handlebars. Many race experts believe Wednesdays 155.5 kilometres (97 miles) from Ypres, Belgium, to Arenberg Port du Hainaut, France, could offer the first big shakeout among the contenders because of the treacherous cobblestones. "Tomorrow, we just have to make it through the day," Nibali said. "Lets hope its not raining." Before the fourth stage, 2010 winner Andy Schleck dropped out because of a crash injury a day earlier. On Sunday, British sprinter Mark Cavendish quit the race after crashing in the final sprint in Stage 1 and damaging his right shoulder. Kittel has already acknowledged that his job is easier without Cavendish in the race. The Giant-Shimano rider is not a threat for the yellow jersey: Kittel is not a good climber, and lost nearly 20 minutes to Nibali in an up-and-down Stage 2. ' ' '