Here’s how the Warriors were able to win the NBA Championship: 1.
They got the ball from the bench in transition.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr was not the only one who was in the same position.
In the first half, Curry and Thompson both started their drives to the basket, which allowed them to find each other.
Thompson then threw a pass to Curry, who made a three-pointer to put the game away.
Curry and the Warriors offense was running at full speed, but it was too late.
They went up to the rim.
After the game, the Warriors got the offense back, and they ran it up to their 39th consecutive game, with Curry scoring 20 points.
The Warriors had never trailed in the first quarter of a championship game.
The Golden State defense came out strong.
The team was able to hold their own, but not in the way they wanted.
They were forced to make adjustments to their play, but still, they were able and, at times, led the NBA in scoring.
The game was tight.
It was close enough to decide the game.
But the Warriors needed just one more victory, and it came against the best team in the NBA.
They came back with another victory.
It would be the last time the Warriors would lose in a series to the San Antonio Spurs.
But in the end, they came back from down 17 points to beat the Spurs 104-94 on Sunday.
What happened next: 1-5 Warriors in Finals 1.
The offense was great.
The second half was the highlight of the night.
Curry scored 16 points and Thompson added 14.
Curry had eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.
Curry’s assist on Thompson’s basket was the final thing that made this game so close.
Curry: “The ball just came in and I hit it, and I knew it.
I was just like, ‘Man, that’s the ball.
That’s the only way I can get it.’
I felt like we had enough time to make it happen.
I feel like I made the right decision.”
Curry missed a shot early.
It looked like Curry had missed the first shot of the game because of a foul.
Instead, he hit the third of the two free throws that made it a one-point game.
The play was so tight, Curry had to use his left hand to stop himself from fouling his defender.
3-1 Warriors in series 1.
Curry is just happy to be in the Finals.
Curry said he was happy to play with this team, especially with this roster of players.
He was happy with the way things went on the court.
“I’ve been on the bench for four years, and these guys have been my teammates,” Curry said.
“So to come back, you know, it’s just good to play here, man.
I’m just glad to be back.
That was probably my favorite game.”
Curry was hot.
His 28 points were his highest since the Finals in 2014.
He had eight assists and seven rebounds.
Curry also had a career-high five steals, and he had six blocks.
5-0 Warriors in finals 2.
There was no room for complacency for the Warriors.
They just had to keep fighting.
The next two games were going to be tough for the defending champions.
But they did it.
The Cavs led by six at halftime, and the second quarter had the Warriors up three.
The Spurs came back and scored 17 points.
“You know, we were going up by eight in the second, and we kind of just got blown out by our best,” Curry told reporters after the game on Sunday night.
“But you have to stay focused, stay humble.
We did a good job of staying together.
I think it was just a matter of time, I guess.”
7-2 Warriors in playoffs 2.
The Cavaliers were the best defensive team in NBA history.
The only team that has ever won a championship against them.
They are just 3-0 against the Warriors this season.
3.-3 Warriors in championship game 1.
That is one way to win.
The teams traded blows and they won, 101-92.
2-3 Warriors vs. Cavs in NBA Finals 1-2.
The series is over.
Warriors head coach Steve Nash was honored for his second championship.
2nd time this season he has had a team win the championship.
3rd time this year, it happened against a team that lost its own championship to the Lakers in 2015.
“It’s pretty crazy to say this but I’ve been to a championship in my life,” Curry was asked.
“We’re pretty proud of ourselves.
It’s not the first time we’ve won a title.
What we learned on the NBA: 1.- The Warriors are not afraid”
And I’m pretty proud to be a part of that.”
What we learned on the NBA: 1.- The Warriors are not afraid