“Doesn’t win us a ring – we don’t want to pop the champagne or anything,” Curry said of the come-from-behind thriller.
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Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry saved the season for defending NBA champion Golden State, sparking a stunning fourth-quarter rally to beat host Oklahoma City 108-101 and avoid playoff elimination.Trailing 89-81 with nine minutes remaining, the Warriors closed with a 27-12 run – 19-5 over the final seven minutes and 12-2 in the last three – in a thriller Thompson and Curry ranked among their greatest wins.Thompson scored the first nine points of the fourth quarter for Golden State and added two more clutch 3-pointers in the period after a brief pep talk from Curry before the last quarter began.Curry's 3-pointer with 2:47 remaining tied the game at 99-99 and Thompson made the last of his 3-pointers with 95 seconds remaining to put the Warriors ahead to stay at 104-101 .Thompson's amazing 3-point shooting in the final minutes stole the show, shocking even backcourt partner Curry, who this year set an NBA record for 3-pointers in a season.Kerr has learned to live with the long-range heroics of Thompson and Curry.
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