Disappointment. That is the only word that can describe Game 5 in the eyes of the Golden State Warriors players. Without Draymond Green, the Dubs were exposed and couldn't find a way to get the win in front of their diehard fans. Kyrie Irving was particularly spectacular in the game and Steph Curry and company just couldn't do anything about it.
Curry will be more prepared for Game 6 tonight than he was prior to Game 5, as he told the media.
“I want to honestly play better and more consistent, but the situation is right now we're one game away from winning a second championship, and I personally have 48 minutes to do what I need to do to help my team win,” Curry said. “So right now you could kind of get lost in (the criticism). But at the end of the day if I'm sitting here (Thursday) night with another trophy and celebrating with my teammates, we can talk all day.”
Whether or not this was the biggest game of his career, Steph Curry had this to say:
“Yeah, we have a chance to win a championship, so definitely the biggest game, and I'm ready for it.”
Steph Curry seems ready to close this thing out tonight in Cleveland against the Cavaliers with Green returning and Curry so determined.
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