The Warriors’ coach said the Rockets’ energy made all the difference.
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The Houston Rockets ramped up the intensity Wednesday, powering past the NBA champion Golden State Warriors 127-105 to level their Western Conference finals series at one game apiece.Eric Gordon added 27 off the bench as five players scored in double figures for a Rockets team chastened by a 119-106 series-opening defeat on their home floor Monday.The Rockets signaled their intentions early.Up 26-21 after one quarter, the Rockets wouldn't trail from there.Warriors coach Steve Kerr said the Rockets' energy made all the difference.Kevin Durant led the Warriors with 38 points, but Stephen Curry was the only other Golden State player in double figures with 16 .Overall the Warriors were just nine of 30 from 3-point range.Trevor Ariza, another who struggled in Game 1, added 19 points and Chris Paul scored 16 for the Rockets.
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