The Golden State Warriors trailed the Portland Trail Blazers 87-76 entering the fourth quarter of their Game 2 Western Conference Semifinal matchup. Then they limited the Blazers to just 12 points in the final frame while scoring 34 of their to take a 2-0 series lead.

Much of that comeback was due to Klay Thompson heating up in the fourth quarter. After one of Thompson's threes tied the game in the fourth quarter, teammate Draymond Green knew the momentum had shifted toward the blue and gold.

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Green even ever so kindly tipped the Blazers off to it by suggesting they call timeout to slow the Warriors down.

Game 3 turns to Portland on Saturday, and Stephen Curry‘s status remains up in the air. With or without the reigning MVP, it seems that Golden State may have this series in hand.