Iguodala came back from a bone bruise that kept him out since Game 4 for the Western Conference Finals on Wednesday and played 22 solid minutes, posing an absurd net rating of 41 during that time.
"You know, I just tried to make sure that we came out and didn't foul a three-point shooter or didn't give up a wide-open three or got too excited about that play". "Our guys just play". There have been games where Steph takes over. And there are lots of games in between.
"We literally never have a conversation about who needs to take over". What we do is we decide where are we going to attack?
Every single team needs to be paying attention to where James goes, because it could transform the outlook of anyone thinking about going on a run next season.
Golden State had no intentions of messing around in game two.
Cleveland's Kevin Love taking a shot during practice on Tuesday ahead of Game 3 of the NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. And on a night where Stephen Curry couldn't shoot and Klay Thompson wasn't much better, Durant put the Golden State Warriors on his slender shoulders and carried them to the brink of becoming back-to-back National Basketball Association champions for the first time.
He helped offset a rough night for Curry, who made a finals-record nine 3-pointers in Game 2, but was just 1 of 10 from behind the arc and didn't score his second field goal until there were under three minutes left. No matter - everyone gets so caught up on saying they're vulnerable or they're not playing so well, and then they go down 3-2, and then they go to somebody else's floor and win. He had just two points in the first half of Game 3 and was 0-for-5 on 3-point attempts when the Warriors went to the locker room at halftime trailing 58-52.Читайте также: Dynasty's doorstep: Warriors take 3-0 lead in Finals
Cleveland outrebounded Golden State 28-16 in the first half - including grabbing an absurd 10 offensive rebounds. Before Curry said a word, Durant added: "I got you".
So how were the Warriors able to keep it close?
Durant's night included a dramatic 32-foot pull-up 3 from the left wing with 49.8 seconds remaining that doubled the Warriors' lead from to six points and ostensibly sealed the victory.
Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw an interception at the goal line to end Buffalo's 13-play opening drive in Week 13.
Golden State tied the game at 61-apiece early in the second stanza on JaVale McGee's dunk and it was the Cavaliers who found themselves in a dogfight for the remainder of the night. And that allowed Kevin Durant to conserve some energy en route to a stunning game-high 43 points on 65.2 percent shooting.
The Cavaliers don't have answers for Durant or the Warriors motion, and this series is now all but over.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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