Tune in for Game 6 Tomorrow at 9 P.M. The Warriors are in unfamiliar territory with their season on the brink of extinction. Heading back to Oracle Arena for Game 6 while facing a 3-2 series deficit, the defending champions displayed an air of confidence that one would expect from arguably the greatest National Basketball Association team ever assembled.
"His spirits aren't great", D'Antoni said. "They'll do whatever they can do". "If he isn't, it's time for somebody else to step up". It's only right that we do it a different way to set a new chapter. "We just have to continue what we're doing". But Paul remembered it, and a couple games later an opportunity for some semblance of retaliation came. "He's practically won us the last two games". The 13-year veteran scored 18 of his 20 points in the second half while connecting on four of six 3-point attempts.
The Dubs produced a lethargic performance as they committed 16 turnovers on the night and didn't shoot the ball particularly well.
Where was Kevin Durant in this late-game fiasco? He said the soreness diminished significantly between Games 3 and 4.
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Despite his worries about the injury in the midst of the most important playoff series of his career, Paul still seems confident he will take the floor Saturday night to help the Rockets take down the loaded Warriors squad. "I hope he's healthy".
Health plays a big part in who wins in the playoffs, as we've seen already this postseason. Perhaps it's due to that sense of inevitability that Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors seemed destined to match-up against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers for the third-consecutive season in the NBA Finals.
Thompson made a 3-pointer after that and then officials reviewed Paul's first basket of the quarter and ruled he got it off after the shot clock expired, leaving the Warriors ahead 80-79.