Warriors ready for road test vs confident Cavs in NBA Finals

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Thompson's condition is improving after he made the start in Game 2, and Iguodala has a real chance to get back on the court when Golden State visits Cleveland Wednesday night. And previous year, the Warriors trailed by six with 3:09 left before storming back to win 118-113 in Game 3. 'I'm not surprised. It's typical of him.

"Everybody looked at me like I was insane", Durant said in an interview with The Athletic.

James said he hesitated on calling a timeout when Smith was dribbling away from the basket because he wasn't totally sure the Cavs had one and it could've led to a technical foul.

The Warriors are facing the Cavaliers in the Finals for the fourth successive season and now lead the series 2-0 after following an initial action-packed 124-114 overtime victory with a comfortable 122-103 win at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on Sunday night. When you're down like this, in a deficit like this versus a team like this, there's no good feeling. "I don't know if I had enough time because I was kind of a little bit still in shock of what was going on at that point in time", James said.

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Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he wasn't shocked at Trump's latest sporting snub and said teams look forward to returning to the tradition of White House visits without Trump there.

"When you have that attitude on the bench towards a guy who just messed up... remember you've still got to play in overtime". We're all looking forward to the day when we can go about celebrating Americans for their athletic achievements.

Cleveland has received solid contributions from Kevin Love in this series, and conventional wisdom suggests that its role players will shoot better and exhibit greater confidence at home. "We feel confident in the position we're in".

Perkins told Washburn he didn't understand what he was supposed to do when Curry was the one who landed on his leg, but he has now made it clear what could happen if the Warriors continue to mess with him.

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West, arguably the best scorer of his era, scored 1,679 total points in the NBA Finals (nine appearances).

Lue wants more physical toughness and better communication on the defensive side, especially guarding Curry. "We have an opportunity to come home and protect home, as Golden State has done".

Almost 20,000 screaming Cavs supporters won't hurt Cleveland's cause, either. "Our fans give us another boost of energy that we're going to need". "We get it at this point". But the job is not done, and you can't relax or be comfortable when you're still trying to win this thing.

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