Golden State Warriors Win Big Against the Houston Rockets and Head To The NBA Finals
The Golden State Warriors win big against the Houston Rockets 104-90 and head to the NBA Finals for the first time since 1975. Stephen Curry scored 26 points, eight rebounds and six assists in the win.
The Warriors were relieved of the scary fall from Curry having no effect on him in game five. They show the whole world why they are the best team in the NBA offensively and defensively. The team won 67 games and lost 15 times in the season. They beat a Rockets team that surprised everyone in the playoffs due to their tough grit and being resilience as a group no matter the mistakes and losses.
Head Coach Steve Kur feels satisfied with the results of the team and is exciting about the franchise heading to the NBA Finals since 1975
“It’s maybe even more rewarding because you feel responsible for a lot of people’s welfare,” said Kur according to Yahoo Sports. “As for getting there for the first time in 40 years, it’s a joy.”
Rockets were in trouble most of the night against the Warriors with horrible decisions and lack of scoring from Runner up MVP James Harden who scored 14 points and an NBA playoff record of 13 turnovers.
“This isn’t where we wanted to end at,” Harden said. “It’s a really good season for us. Next year we want to be better, and we will.”
Now they set the ultimate finals matchup against the Cleveland Cavaliers, who sweeped the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals. The team led by Four Time MVP and Two Time Champion LeBron James with a solid supporting cast will go up against arguably the deepest team in the league. It’s been the matchup everyone has been waiting for since the beginning of the season and it can go either way.
The Warriors host the Cavaliers June 4th at the Oracle Area on ESPN.