Steph Curry breaks NBA all-time 3-point playoff record in Warriors win

Arnold Nichols
April 17, 2019

"To have that hanging in the arena with one of the best franchises in sports, hell, yeah, that's a goal". Even when the trades went on, we welcomed those guys in with open arms, got them on the page with what we wanted to do as a team. "And it worked out for us". He went 9-9 from the field, grabbed 10 boards, dished out two assists, and scored 25 points in the largest playoff comeback in National Basketball Association history. In much more surprising fashion, not only did the Los Angeles Clippers even their series with Golden State at one game apiece, they did so in record-setting fashion, after being down 31 points.

The 7:30am (4:30am PT) start time of the final round at Augusta is hardly ideal for Curry given the Warriors began their Western Conference round one playoff series against the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday. "You warn them and you hope for the best". But he made it clear that Green would not be the same player if he left the Warriors in search of more money and potentially a new team like James' Lakers.

The Orlando Magic secured an unexpected win against the Toronto Raptors in Game 1. "I've been through something like that, getting hurt, getting all the way back and then getting hurt again". "We'll right the ship".

These Clippers have the ability to add a max-contract free agent during the summer after trading the likes of Blake Griffin and Chris Paul in recent years. C Andrew Bogut (419) moved by Clifford Ray (411) for sixth place on the Warriors' career post-season rebounds list. He also missed a potential go-ahead 3-pointer with nine seconds left.

"Nah", Durant said, via The Athletic.


Draymond Green and Kevin Durant declined to speak with reporters after their Warriors were stunned Monday by a 31-point Clippers comeback in Game 2 of their playoff series, but Green's mother was eager to share her thoughts on the loss. As the three previous days have provided exhilarating drama, fans hope to continue to be treated with outstanding play, entertaining games and wonderful feats displayed.

"The wheels fell off", Curry said after the game, as coach Steve Kerr added that "we got exactly what we deserved". "I got to do the most important thing, and that is play". "We've got to put together 48 minutes of it, just a collective energy, positivity around everything we do". Despite losing center DeMarcus Cousins in the first quarter due to injury (with said injury a season-ending quad tear confirmed by MRI), the Warriors looked to be on their way to victory.

Playing in just his second career postseason game after a nine-year wait, Cousins went down in the first quarter in front of the Golden State bench after swiping a ball from Patrick Beverley in the back court.

But Rivers said his team can't be satisfied. Be us. We said it, 'let's be us. "You could hear them in the locker room". If they utilize it correctly, another win on Thursday may just happen. "But we have our own expectations and we're going to keep them".

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