Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala has second opinion on knee injury,

Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala has second opinion on knee injury,

Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala has second opinion on knee injury,

But don't be too upset if you're unable, at the moment, to legally place a wager on the Warriors to win these NBA Finals in the Golden State - the Dubs are such prohibitive favorites that you're better off keeping your money.

But Golden State Warriors once again found their third quarter magic, outscoring Houston 33-15 out of the break to take a lead that they would never give up.

From the 6:43 mark in the second quarter to the 6:27 mark in the fourth, the Rockets missed 27 consecutive three-pointers.

We are now set for part four of the Warriors and Cavs rivalry, which will begin on Thursday at Oracle Arena.

There are several players in Cleveland's roster entering their first NBA Finals after they underwent two major squad changes in the past 12 months.

We went ahead and compiled of some of Twitter's reactions to the Warriors & Cavs meeting again in the Finals, which you can see for yourself below. Ariza and Dennis Johnson are the only two players to go 0-for-12 or worse in a Game 7, according to Elias Sports Bureau. But the Rockets, whose system depends so heavily on their ability to make the most of the three-point shot, couldn't find the net from long range.

"Now we should have made some more, but no, I don't lose confidence in that".

"The Rockets fashioned their halftime lead on effort, both defensively and on the glass, but when their offense collapsed in the third quarter, their verve dissipated".


In Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals, the Rockets missed 27 threes in a row at one point.

"I hate when people say that", Curry said.

"We just didn't have that extra juice that we needed", Harden said. While it only led to nine second-chance points because Houston shot just four of 14 on those chances, it was the kind of effort that demoralizes an opponent.

About midway through the second quarter, Houston had held Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green to 1-of-7, 2-of-6 and 2-of-6 shooting from the field, respectively. "We've got three of the best shot makers in the league, and they all got hot at different points of the second half".

According to Elias Sports Bureau, they became the first team in National Basketball Association history to overcome double-digit half-time deficits in multiple elimination games in the same series.

Per ESPN, the Warriors are the largest favorites in an NBA Finals series in at least 16 years. "Whether we figured it out, win or lose, we showed a lot of fight, a lot of grit and resiliency to stay positive as we went through the series no matter what the situation was". Just seems like the ycame out a little more determined than we were in the beginning. "They've got it and we've got it".

But two years ago, they also weren't given much of a shot against the Warriors, especially after falling behind 3-1 in the finals. After scoring 35 points in Game 6, he collected three fouls in less than four minutes to force him to sit out most of the first quarter. "I look forward to taking advantage of it". But I'm glad that we're going back (to the Finals) and I'm excited that we've got this opportunity.

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