Kevin Durant mistakenly said that they’d be ready for Tuesday’s Game 7 during Game 6’s press conference.
Klay Thompson, whose passion and sharpshooting incited the Warriors of old to emerge and force Game 7 with a 115-86 win.
How fitting that a sloppy, frenetic game ended with an unforced turnover.
The Warriors threw every knockout punch they had in their arsenal. But the Rockets absorbed every shot to the face like Rocky Balboa.
Thirty-one minutes. That’s how long it took Curry to deliver what Oracle has been expecting since he returned.
A classic “we know we are better than you so what’s the point” game, that’s exactly what Wednesday’s Rockets beatdown appeared to be.
Nobody in a Rockets uniform had any answer for Kevin Durant Monday.
One quarter and one big run sent the Oracle crowd home happy with a series-clinching victory Tuesday night.
The loudest cheer Tuesday night at Oracle had nothing to do with the Warriors 121-116 victory.
The Pelicans don’t play anywhere near the defense the Spurs do. In Game 1, they tried to play with the Warriors pace.
Just like everyone predicted, the Warriors will play the six-seeded Pelicans — the only team to sweep in round one — starting Saturday.
It took one game more than they may have been expecting, but the Warriors are moving on.
It took three straight blowouts, but the San Antonio Spurs finally woke up — and it didn’t hurt that the Warriors’ 3-point stroke went to sleep.
There were heavy looks all over the AT&T Center after the Warriors picked apart the Spurs on their home court 110-97.
After showing the world they can flip the switch when the playoffs start, the Warriors needed a new challenge.
The Warriors start their NBA title defense Saturday, and just like in 2016 they begin that defense against the Spurs.