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Stephen Curry sat on the bench and buried his head in his hands.This was misery for the Warriors and their fired-up fans, who made for the exits early during Monday's 112-97 NBA Finals loss to the Cavaliers that sent the series back to Cleveland for a Game 6 Thursday night.The Warriors lost at home for only the second time this postseason and fourth overall.While Green returns for Game 6, the Warriors might be down big man Andrew Bogut.Defensively, the Warriors must find a way to keep James and Kyrie Irving from going off the way they did Monday, with each scoring 41 points.Golden State doesn't have much further to fall after shooting a postseason-low 36.4 percent – its first game below a 40 percent clip – despite getting 37 points from Thompson with six 3-pointers and Curry's 25 with five 3s.Each of the last two since coming to the Bay Area have been clinched on the road – the first title in 40 years last June and also in 1975, when the Warriors won at Washington with a four-game sweep of the Bullets.
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