Stephen Curry says Warriors got out of their feelings and just played basketball in Game 3 win vs. Clippers
The Warriors rebounded nicely after suffering an epic Game 2 collapse at home which saw them blow a 31-point lead.
Golden State has reclaimed home-court advantage in the series.
“People getting out of their feelings and just playing basketball,” Curry said, via Michael Thompson of The Athletic. “We’ve all been here before. It’s a matter of what’s more important — the drama and what people say about us, or what we’re capable of. More times than not, the answer is what happens on the basketball court, which is why we win championships.
“Obviously, we made shots. But the way that we were playing, the way that we were trying to get people involved. Every possession it seemed like we were doing something positive, make or miss — even though most of the time it was make.”
Warriors forward Kevin Durant went off for 38 points in 30 minutes, reminding everyone there isn’t anyone in the league who can stop him. The Dubs put up 132 points and shot 54.8 percent from the field.
Curry only played 20 minutes because he was in foul trouble most of the night. The two-time MVP finished with 21 points. The Warriors will look to take a commanding 3-0 series lead on Sunday in Game 4.