Warriors Vs Thunder Game 7

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Only the 10th team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit and take a 7 game series. And what a series ! Anyone who watched would be able to tell one’s grandchildren with pride that he saw the great Warriors-Thunder series, when two great teams played at the highest level of fast, small-ball basketball and neither was willing to yield.

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Warriors and Thunder ready for 'hard' contest in NBA Game 7 decider This article is more than 4 years old Monday night will decide which team face Cavaliers in NBA finals. Only the 10th team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit and take a 7 game series. And what a series! Anyone who watched would be able to tell one's grandchildren with pride that he saw the great Warriors-Thunder series, when two great teams played at the highest level of fast, small-ball. Golden State's Klay Thompson (11) watches his shot beside Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant (35) during Game 7 of the Western Conference finals in the NBA playoffs between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., Monday, May 30, 2016. Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman.

Watching Golden State’s path, it is hard not to admire the team’s determination, and their ability to rise when their back is against the wall. And yet, considering the impressive performance given by Oklahoma, one cannot feel that more than Golden State’s group determination and rise to the occasion of key players like Klay Thompson, Steph Curry and the marvelous Andre Iguodala, it was Oklahoma who lost this series, because of the simplest element of sports: exhaustion.
OKC were nearly there, with the 3-1 lead, but the renewed determination of GS was too much for them, but not because of their overall level. Because after such a long playoff, with so much energy spent, the depth of the teams talked, and OKC is still not deep enough to go the distance against the likes of Steve Kerr’s guys. You could see shots that are usually made lacking that centimeter to fall in, defence that was slightly less tenacious and overall movement that was no longer the mad hussle that enabled OKC to beat the Spurs and get a 3-1 lead over Golden State. Fatigue called the series.

Now with our face forward, to the NBA finals, we can only hope that Golden state has enough energy after this series to fight Cleveland and to hope that the Cavaliers will prove an equal match, despite the lesser conference they come from, so that the coming series will be at least close in its level to the legend that we have just seen before us.

Although the Golden State Warriors aren’t tipping off against the Houston Rockets in the 2020 postseason, the two rivals are finding ways to stay connected.

On Wednesday, the Rockets joined the Warriors at the top of one category in the postseason record books. With 17 3-pointers against the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Rockets tied Golden State’s record for most makes from beyond the arc in a game seven.

Houston’s 17 long-distance jumpers helped push James Harden and Russell Westbrook past Chris Paul’s feisty Thunder squad in game seven, 104-102. Robert Covington led the Rockets from deep, splashing 6-of-11 3-point attempts. Eric Gordon added five triples of his own.

Watch highlights from the Rockets 17 3-pointer night vs. OKC via YouTube:

Despite Houston’s furious long-distance effort, Westbrook and Harden combined for only 1-of-11 from 3-point range. As a unit, Houston capped off their game seven performance shooting 17-of-42 on 3-pointers.

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Warriors Vs Thunder Game 7 2016

The Warriors notched 17 3-pointers in 2016 against the Thunder as well. During game seven against Kevin Durant and Westbrook, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry lived up to their Splash Brother nickname. The Golden State backcourt duo combined for 13 3-pointers against Oklahoma City. The Warriors finished their game seven victory shooting 17-of-37 from beyond the arc.

Watch highlights from the Warriors vs. Thunder in 2016 via YouTube:

Warriors Vs Thunder Game 7 2016

With the Warriors out of the playoff race in 2020, Curry and Thompson will have to wait till next season if they want to create some separation between Golden State and Houston in the game seven record books.