“We want to win another championship and it don’t matter who is in the way of that,” Green said.
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Defending NBA champions Golden State, seeking a third title in four seasons, face season wins leaders Houston in a tantalizing playoff showdown between a powerhouse Warriors squad and a Rockets team assembled to beat it.The Rockets, sparked by NBA scoring champion James Harden, were 2-1 against Golden State in the regular season and went a league-best 65-17 overall, seizing a home-court advantage in the series.After being ousted from the playoffs by the San Antonio Spurs in three of the past four seasons, the Rockets added star guard Chris Paul and 3-point threat P.J. Tucker to join Trevor Ariza, then watched Swiss big man Clint Capela enjoy a career-best season with 13.9 points and 10.8 rebounds a game.Golden State led the NBA in scoring just ahead of Houston this season.Harden averaged 30.4 points, 8.8 assists and 5.4 rebounds a game while Durant and Curry each averaged 26.4 points for Golden State this season and Thompson contributed 20, while Green is adding 13.1 points, 11.5 rebounds and nine assists in the playoffs.
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