Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr, center, talks with guard Stephen Curry on the bench during the first half against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3 of basketball's NBA Finals in Cleveland, Wednesday, June 8, 2016. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
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Golden State's "Splash Brothers" duo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are in the midst of a rare drought and their suddenly wayward shooting has helped pave the way for Cleveland to climb back into the NBA Finals.With the Cavs concentrating their defense on the perimeter threats, neither Curry nor Thompson has reached the 20-point mark through three games.Despite averaging 26 points and more than six assists in last year's 4-2 Finals triumph over Cleveland, Curry failed to receive a single vote for series MVP which instead went to Andre Iguodala.Golden State reserve Shaun Livingston and forward Draymond Green were the standout performers in the opening two games leading to belief that Curry could again miss out on a championship MVP.
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