The Golden State Warriors are leading the NBA Finals two games to one against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but there is a lot of noise from fans and the media regarding the inauspicious play of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson so far.

The two-time MVP and his sharp shooting backcourt mate scored a combined 20 points in their team's Game 1 victory. They were better in Game 2, but nothing went their way during Game 3 on Wednesday night. Curry only had two points at the half, and Thompson was 4-for-13 from the field.

Despite their struggles, there's no panic among the Dubs. With Game 4 about to tip off, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has absolutely no concerns with the Splash Brothers.

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From ESPN's Ethan Sherwood Strauss:

“I think (the concerns are) a little bit exaggerated,” Kerr said. “We were up 2-0, and in one of the games they both played under 30 minutes and there wasn't much required from either one of them. You talk about a three-game sample size. So everyone's going crazy about, ‘What's wrong with these guys?' Nothing's wrong. We're up 2-1. They both can play better, they know that, but we're not talking about a month-long slump here.”

After averaging 52.9 points combined in their 11 playoff games together this spring, Curry and Thompson have only averaged a combined 28 points in the Finals.

Perhaps they'll finally go off tonight. Based on what we've seen all season, it's bound to happen eventually.

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