Curry, Warriors rout Rockets to take 2-1 lead

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Game 4 is Tuesday night in Oakland. If the Rockets wind up winning, that means anyone who bet on whoever wins the East (Celtics or Cavaliers) to "finish best" in the NBA Finals will get automatically get paid as well.

In truth, Curry and the Warriors were merely biding their time, outlasting another opponent until Curry found his touch and Golden State kicked into high gear.

That especially goes for Curry, who had a particularly rough shooting night.

It was also a classic showing from the Warriors, whose third-quarter margin in the playoffs is up to 77-points through 13 games. "We got it handed to us", Kerr said. "It's a message I've heard before". "Offensively, we didn't have any thrust and they exploited it".

Analysis: Just two possessions later, Iguodala's pass to Thompson gets by him, but it looks.

At various points in the game, head coach Mike D'Antoni couldn't hide his anger at the way his team was playing. "We're a really good team", Gordon told reporters after Game 3.

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Perhaps the reason this has gotten less attention than Curry's lackluster outing is that Thompson had an excellent game 1.

Golden State, which realized it wouldn't go a record 16-1 like last postseason's remarkable run to a second title in three years, responded from defeats in the first round to San Antonio and then against the Pelicans in the Western Conference semifinals.

"He didn't create those", Kerr said. A devastating loss, came back and won Game 2 on the road.

"Game 2, watching the film, I just had plays where I was in between - whether to switch or not, which way to send a guy". To dethrone the reigning champs, role players like Tucker or small forward Trevor Ariza will be the difference makers in edging superstar-filled teams like the Warriors. They lost a heartbreaker in the next round to San Antonio at San Antonio, they had an 18-point lead with about five minutes left. "We've got a pretty resilient group". "We feel like a broken tape recorder every time, you know, you see a situation like this happen that needs to be addressed for sure".

"He's good, and sooner or later he's going to erupt", D'Antoni said. The Warriors, meanwhile, are scoring 19 points per game off turnovers against Houston in this series. "Again, we have short memories, have to. We need to do a better job of staying up mentally".

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