Instead of the final buzzer, it would have been more appropriate to play Dinah Washington’s “What a Difference a Day Makes.”
In 2007, the Golden State Warriors captivated the Bay Area and NBA fans around the country. A team dubbed “We Believe” reinvigorated a franchise that had endured a 13-year postseason drought.
Thursday night’s 123-113 Warriors win brought back memories of this once-intense rivalry — if only for one quarter.
Seconds after the Clippers won the opening tip, the Warriors already had a steal and were racing down the court.
Stephen Curry’s 60-foot buzzer beater was just one of many amazing shots the MVP made as Golden State walloped the Clippers on Saturday evening.
Golden State can pencil in another trip to the NBA Finals and presumably a third-straight Pacific Division title.
Stephen Curry crossed, split the defenders, and did what he does. Splash.