Golden State Warriors beat Houston Rockets to reach National Basketball Association finals

This isn’t Le Bron James’s first Game 7 rodeo. It’s actually his eighth

This isn’t Le Bron James’s first Game 7 rodeo. It’s actually his eighth

The Golden State Warriors pose with their trophy after defeating the Houston Rockets in Game 7 of the NBA Western Conference finals Monday in Houston.

The trio - Thompson, Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant - combined to score 47 points in the second half to pull away from a Rockets team that missed 27 straight 3-pointers from the second quarter to the halfway mark of the fourth quarter. "The guys picked him up, so now he has another chance when we get to the finals to be ready".

Ahead of Game 1, the Warriors will be huge favorites to win the series, and fans aren't too excited to see it.

Golden State are the overwhelming favourites to defend their crown and make it a third win over Cleveland in four years. The Warriors dominated third quarters all season long and have kicked it into another gear during the playoffs. His second-half shot-making in Game 5 was the difference-maker. "This atmosphere is insane. So we're going to come out and be ready". Boston was 7-for-39 from three-point range, with Rozier missing all 10 of his attempts.

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That they fought above their weight class well enough to win the first two games suddenly made them a more formidable foe.

"Now we should have made some more, but no, I don't lose confidence in that". But what would follow - 26 more missed threes in a row, the longest stretch of missed triples in National Basketball Association postseason history - turned out to be one of the biggest outliers in recent memory, one that will haunt the title-worthy Rockets now that they've been taken out by a Warriors team that they had right where they wanted.

Houston was handing the game to Golden State and D'Antoni did nothing to change that formula. If we had Chris, if he was out there, we'd have been playing on Thursday.

For the second straight game, the Rockets showed fantastic grit in the first half, playing physical defense and attacking the rim - the Rockets had 56 points in the paint on the night. "We talked about it leaving this building after Game 5, this was a part of our story that we hadn't been through before".

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Neither heart nor Harden nor game contributions from Clint Capela (20 points and nine rebounds), Eric Gordon (23 points) and P.J. Tucker (14 points and 12 rebounds) were quite enough for a team that, in the very frank words of its general manager Daryl Morey, have always been "obsessed" with toppling the Warriors. The Rockets led 54-43 at halftime, propelled by Eric Gordon and Clint Capela.

Needing not only all their firepower but also 27 straight misses by the Rockets during an epic cold streak from 3-point range, the Warriors rallied to keep alive their hopes for a repeat.

Steph Curry inspired an "unbelievable" second-half comeback as Warriors beat Houston Rockets 101-92. "That's what their trademark is; we know it and it's not like it's a secret". The juice was flowing on their side. "They'd make a little run, he'd hit a three".

Harden, who needed 29 shots to get 32 points, was 2 for 13 beyond the arc.

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"All those hurdles and obstacles, we got over them, so it's an unbelievable feeling". "Forty-eight minutes, it lasts a long time and there's so many opportunities to get yourself going as a team".

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