The same stone-cold no-conscience shooter so preposterously confident in his aim that he’ll fire anytime from almost anywhere, sometimes without regard to teammates, spent Saturday night breathing
It's do or die for the Warriors on Saturday night in Oklahoma City.
Win, and they force a Game 7 on Monday night back at Oracle Arena. Lose, and their 73-win season comes to an end.
They stand for the prayer that occurs roughly seven minutes before tipoff, stand for national anthem and stay on their feet until their beloved basketball team makes its first basket.
OAKLAND -- The Warriors staved off elimination Thursday night, taking down the Thunder by a final of 120-111 to force a Game 6 set for Saturday evening.
Finally, the Golden State Warriors and Oklahoma City Thunder provided a game that more completely explains why there should be two more of them.