The unanimous MVP Stephen Curry  has a lot on his shoulders. In the next 24 hours, he and the Golden State Warriors will face off against the Cleveland Cavaliers one more time at Oracle Arena. With a boastful 39-2 record at home this season, the ball is certainly in the California team's court.

“I don't feel any extra pressure, which is good,” said Curry in a recent interview. “I just want to understand and enjoy the moment because growing up, as a basketball fan, you kind of put yourself in so many Game 7s to win The Finals kind of situations playing with your friends and stuff, and this is my first crack at it.”

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The team surely did not expect this comeback effort from the Cavs. With monster performances from the likes of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, the Warriors will have to find a way to elevate their level of play the same way these two have.

“I understand we've had two sub-par games and we need to make a couple adjustments,” continued Curry. “But we are capable of doing that and a resilient basketball team that is ready for this opportunity. That's what I'm confident in.”

These Warriors want to end their record breaking regular season with a championship. The energy at Oracle Arena tomorrow will prove to be one Game 7 everyone will remember.

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