Steph Curry Golfing During Finals, Posts Two Rounds Of 71

Steph Curry Golfing During Finals, Posts Two Rounds Of 71

Steph Curry Golfing During Finals, Posts Two Rounds Of 71

The third Quarter of these NBA Playoffs have belonged to Golden State. He's averaging 15 drives per game in this NBA Finals - twice his regular-season rate - and making 75 percent of his shots inside the restricted area this postseason, one percentage point lower than James' clip.

"We have to make sure that we really bring it in Game 3, because, I mean, that's really the game right there", Kevin Love said.

The rounds of 71 are three strokes lower than the 74-74 that Curry posted in that tour event in August.

Speaking with ESPN before Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Hill elucidated on what he thought of Curry and the two-time league MVP' shooting while talking about THAT insane 3-point shot by the Warriors' spitfire court general. Game 4 is set for Friday night.

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"Home-court advantage is, can be a real thing". That's because the Warriors are as good as we know they are - and they're probably not even going full speed yet.

"Thank goodness I never had to play against him", said B.J. Armstrong, who spent 11 seasons in the National Basketball Association, mostly with Chicago.

One of Game 2's more heated moments came when Cleveland Cavaliers center, Kendrick Perkins (who has yet to dress in the Finals), seemed to trip Stephen Curry during a play late in the third quarter. If the Warriors bring their "B" game - as they did in Game 1 - they will fall in Cleveland. Tipoff is scheduled for 9 p.m. E.T. on ABC.

Multiple Warriors players are upset Perkins did not move his legs and called it a 'dangerous play, ' according to a report from ESPN. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant all scored over 20 points, while LeBron James put up 29 in a losing effort. Cleveland gave up way too many open looks Sunday, and was fortunate the Dubs missed some easy shots. But the Warriors still have a 2-0 series lead as the series shifts to Cleveland. "If we win this championship and I don't win finals MVP, I'm going to be smiling just as wide and just as big".

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