Warriors rally from 17 down behind Curry and Thompson, beat Trail Blazers

Warriors' Durant out at least another week

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Can the Golden State Warriors put up another impressive performance at home when they host the Portland Trail Blazers tonight at 9PM ET from Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals?

Despite the jaw-dropping stat that they're 28-1 in the past 29 games when Curry plays and Durant doesn't, they are doing their best to snuff out any perception that they can thrive without him. "They played good defense, but I can live with the shots I missed every day of the week".

Durant missed the first two games of the series because of a strained calf and will not travel to Portland for Games 3 and 4 on Saturday and Monday, respectively.

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr elaborated on the report after Golden State's wild Game 2 win, saying that the injury is worse than initially thought. Instead of showing the Trail Blazers on the pregame graphic, they instead showed the Houston Rockets, Golden State's opponent in the second round.

Durant is averaging 34.2 points, 5.2 rebounds and 4.9 assists in the postseason after averaging 26, 6.4 and 5.9, respectively, during the regular season.

The news comes after teammate Klay Thompson told reporters Durant is "dying" to get back on the court.

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Green continued to defend Durant by pointing to how much of an impact the 10-time All-Star makes when he's healthy and on the court.

The Trail Blazers look to even the series on Thursday night and take advantage of Kevin Durant's absence.

"This was like the coolest experience I think I've ever had playing against him", Stephen Curry said. They led by as many as 15 at half-time and then again by eight points with just over four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.

Andre Iguodala sealed Golden State's come-from-behind victory in Game 2 by stripping Damian Lillard as the Blazers guard went up for a potential game-tying shot in the final seconds. "We're going to hold the fort down until he gets back and go win another championship with our full squad".

Lillard, who was scoreless for the game's first 20 minutes, finished the half with 10.

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