Curry: We kept our composure
Steph Curry talks about the Warriors limiting turnovers and Klay Thompson's record night that sends the Western Conference finals to a Game 7.
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In the first 43 minutes, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook each committed one turnover. In the last five minutes, the duo committed six
Anatomy of the Warriors' comeback
So much happened in so little time. Here's how Golden State beat the odds to force Game 7. A desperate champion
Golden State forced a Game 7, but Steven Adams exacted a little revenge on Draymond Green.
Curry hits clutch tying 3 late in 4th
Steph Curry knew how big of a shot this was and he knew it was going in, too.
Wilbon: Greatest do-or-die tandem performance
Michael Wilbon can't think of another greater performance in a do-or-die playoff situation between two players than what he witnessed late in the game from Klay Thompson and Steph Curry.
It's not about how you start
Steph Curry was held scoreless in the first quarter and went into halftime with just nine points. However, the MVP turned it on in the second half, finishing with 31 points in a Game 6 victory.
Smile. Have fun. After last night's loss, Kevin Durant might need to wear these reminders again in Game 7. [Credit: Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images]
See you in Oakland for Game 7
Steph Curry. Dagger. And it wasn't a 3-pointer this time.
A night to remember for Klay Thompson
- NBA-record 11 3-pointers
- Finished with 41 points, most by a Warrior this postseason
- Led the way in forcing a Game 7
Steven Adams Looking for revenge
Playing dirty, not clean. Look out, Draymond Green.
Doubt creeps in late for skittish Thunder
Michael Wilbon looks at the play of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant, who both had fine overall games until the final few minutes.
Klay Thompson's 41-point performance in Game 6 puts him in an elite group.
Cleveland's journey to the NBA Finals
Relive the biggest moments from the Cavs' playoff run to the Finals.