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Bogut called Curry and Harden the best 2 basketball players in the world. What a clip to show someone from the year 2012

Warriors hang on to edge Rockets

James Harden claimed 38 points, 10 rebounds and 9 assists, but the MVP runner-up was caught in a double-team as time expired as Golden State was able to hold on for the 99-98 victory.


Warriors stay big in Game 2

Despite being outscored by 8 points in Game 1 with a traditional lineup, Golden State kept at least two big men on the floor for Game 2 for 71% of their plays. The Dubs shot 17% better from the floor than they did in Game 1 with the conventional lineup.

Houston's deep threat held in check

The Rockets broke a single-season record by attempting 32.7 three-pointers per game this season. But Houston has six games this season with 23 or fewer 3-point attempts -- three have come against the Warriors including Game 1 and 2.

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Most games with 5 3-point FG in single postseason, NBA history: 2014-15 Stephen Curry 6 2009-10 Ray Allen 5 2007-08 Ray Allen 5

Draymond on the value of home court

Warriors F Draymond Green said after the Game 2 win that having a great home crowd has helped the team during the playoffs.


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James Harden joins Hakeem Olajuwon as the only players in Rockets history with at least 35 Pts, 5 Reb, 5 Ast in a conference finals game

Harden on crucial ending to Game 2

James Harden reacts to the last play of Game 2 of the Western Conference finals.


James Harden on end of Game 2

Harden on the decision to not call timeout at the end of Game 2: "Ten out of 10 times we'll take that play." Harden was caught in a double team by Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson as time expired.

Kevin McHale on Houston's resilience

"We've just got to battle. We made some mistakes that we've got to correct. They did what they were supposed to do. ... I will take our best player coming downhill on a broken court any day of the week to win a game. That's where James [Harden] feasts."

Kevin McHale on the end of Game 2

"When we got the rebound, someone fell down for [the Warriors] and someone was out of bounds for them. I mean, I could draw up a lot of plays, but there wasn't going to be one guy laying on his back and one guy out of bounds. So I just let them go."