Warriors dominate 2nd half to force Game 7

Warriors dominate 2nd half to force Game 7

Warriors dominate 2nd half to force Game 7

A hand or two in his face, no matter.

Golden State Warriors guard Nick Young (6) celebrates in front of Houston Rockets guard James Harden (13) during game six. After McCaw was placed on a stretcher and wheeled off the floor, the Kings and Warriors huddled under Golden State's basket for a brief prayer.

"I was not always like this". Coach Steve Kerr said Iguodala continues to have pain when running, so he's still listed as day to day. There is growing speculation that the Houston Rockets' star will be absent in an all-or-nothing showdown on Monday night.

Thompson came through with his best performance of the playoffs with the season on the line, just as he did in Game 6 of the 2016 Western Conference finals at Oklahoma City when he scored 41 points against Durant and the Thunder to force Game 7.

Kevin Durant struggled with his shot, hitting 6 of 17, but still scored 23 points as the defending champions kept their repeat quest alive by outplaying Houston in the second half. The Golden State Warriors are averaging 109.6 points on 47.1 percent shooting and allowing 100.8 points on 42.8 percent shooting. "I thought that was a real key tonight".

"More than anything, I feel bad for Chris".

"When your back's against the wall, it shows what you're made of", Thompson said. "Usually when I do that, it trickles over to other aspects of my game".

They are aiming for a fourth successive National Basketball Association finals appearance, while Houston last made the finals in 1995.

But in the early going it looked like the Warriors would do just that. Why would I go as far as to say that when we're in a position to where we win and we go to the NBA Finals or we lose and go home?

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"He can get the same type of treatment", D'Antoni said. "It will end up working in our favor most of the time".

For the Warriors, Klay Thompson came up big once again in an elimination Game 6, dropping 35 points, including nine 3-pointers.

The Rockets had 39 points in the first quarter of game six.

"I think Klay doesn't worry too much about repercussions". "He doesn't worry about judgment and results".

"He's so comfortable in his own skin".

"Obviously we want to have him", Rockets forward PJ Tucker said. So pressure doesn't seem to bother him much. "He just competes and plays". He didn't attempt a single shot or free throw in the final minute of Game 5 and made just one field goal in the same quarter the game prior. The Golden State Warriors have been shaky all playoffs on the road and have had trouble with the Rockets defense the last two trips in Houston. Game 7 now heads back to Houston, but Chris Paul is reportedly considered unlikely to play.

The Rockets' juggernaut offense isn't a juggernaut offense without the nine-time All-Star point guard.

Stephen Curry added five 3s and 29 points while helping Golden State cool off James Harden in the second half.

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