After cruising to victories in the first two games of the 2016 NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors were blown out by 30 points in Game 3.

The momentum appears to be on Cleveland‘s side, but Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is confident that his team, and Stephen Curry in particular, will respond. Given the 3-1 predicament they found themselves in against the Oklahoma City Thunder after Curry struggled to find his rhythm, Kerr isn't all that worried.

From the Associated Press, via Fox Sports:

Just think about the OKC series. We're down 3-1, [Steph] hadn't played well,” Kerr said Thursday at Quicken Loans Arena, where Game 4 will be played Friday night with the Cavs looking to pull even at 2-apiece in the best-of-seven series. “Look what he did the last few games. So that's Steph. That's who he is. He always responds. He's got a huge heart, competitive as hell, and extremely talented. I know how he will respond. He'll play well. He always does.”

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When the two-time MVP wasn't performing well against OKC, some fans and members of the media questioned the condition of his knee that had been injured in the first round. He silenced all of the doubters as Golden State stormed back to take the series in seven games.

Curry, who led the NBA in scoring with 30.4 points per game, had more fouls (three) than points (two) in the first half against the Cavaliers on Wednesday night. He ended with 19, but the Cavs had already put away the Dubs at that point.

Kerr acknowledged that the rest of the Warriors must do more to help Curry get open and create space, but at the end of the day, it will come down to him simply playing better.

“We can definitely help Steph out and we will. We can put him in better position to catch the ball or to handle the ball and to come off screens and that kind of stuff with more space, and we'll do that tomorrow. Then the other side of it is just him playing better, and that's what the Playoffs are about.,” Kerr said.

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