Monte Poole

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It's a triumph in itself for the Warriors to be in their first Game 7 since 1977, but the team has other ideas, like ending the Clippers' season at home.
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Jermaine O'Neal is going to power through the pain, confirming he will take the court in a do-or-die Game 7 match vs. the Los Angeles Clippers.
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Mark Jackson's future with the Warriors is in doubt. But his players are standing by their coach and will continue to battle for him.
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The Warriors season is on the line in a decisive Game 7 on Saturday night, but Golden State might be without its backup center.
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The Clippers are not the only team in this series that has endured off the court drama; the Warriors have survived several controversies all season.
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Will the Warriors retaliate for Glen "Big Baby" Davis' dirty play that injured Jermaine O'Neal? Some Warriors think a response is necessary.
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The Warriors' first elimination-game win since May 10, 1987 was built less with skill or talent or proficiency than with blood and guts and sweat.
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Early in the second quarter of Game 6 Jermaine O'Neal grabbed a rebound. Glen "Big Baby" Davis charged, head down, and plowed into O'Neal's legs...
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Stephen Curry led all scorers with 24 points and the Warriors forced the series back to LA for Game 7 by beating the Clippers 100-99.
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With a loss tonight, the Warriors' season is over. The most essential ingredient to extending the season is rather basic: Energy.
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The general belief is that Mark Jackson's job is on the line against the Clippers. One loss from elimination, Klay Thompson is hoping otherwise.
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Stephen Curry and Chris Paul are two of the NBA's top point guards. Though their teams are in battle, the two are waging a 'game within the game.'
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Mark Jackson is ready for action from his squad -- for a team willing to put up a fight. If the Warriors don't bring the fire in Game 6, it may mean the end of their season.
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The Warriors did a decent job of containing Blake Griffin, but they forgot about DeAndre Jordan. As a result, they are on the brink of elimination.
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After not scoring in Game 4 DeAndre Jordan bounced back with 25 points in Game 5 and the Clippers took a 3-2 series lead with a 113-103 win.

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