Iguodala is averaging 8.7 points, 4.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists through three games of the series. You watched to find out how they might win on that particular night. The Warriors won Sunday's game 126-85, with the 41-point victory margin the largest in franchise history in a postseason game.
D'Antoni went as far as to say the pressure is on the Warriors, who would hand the home-court advantage back to Houston with a loss in Game 4.
"I'm really proud of them, but make no mistake about it, Game 4 will be incredibly hard". He had been just 2-of-13 from deep in the first two games of the series combined.
She was plenty happy to see him hit seven straight shots, including a pair of 3-pointers, in a third-quarter flurry that broke open a competitive game, but told her son to wash his mouth out with soap anyway.
Star Kevin Durant has another theory for why there have been so many lopsided games this post-season.
Especially Curry, who snapped out of his slump with four in the second half.
"It's what I expected to do", Curry said in an on-court interview with TNT. You go to certain arenas and a guy gets a dunk it's just absurd.
"If I'm close to him when he's shooting threes, he's not going to make threes", Capela added.
A big reason for the Warriors' dominance: Steph Curry.
The Rockets led by as many as four points in the first quarter and trailed just 54-43 at halftime before Curry nearly single-handedly left them in the dust in the third period.
Also Monday, Kerr said the team plans to speak to the league regarding Draymond Green's double-technical with Trevor Ariza issued at the 6:49 mark of the fourth quarter when Ariza shoved Green as they traded words.
Harden and Paul began 3 for 14 with Paul missing six shots before getting his first basket on goaltending against Andre Iguodala 2:39 before halftime.