Curry exploded for 18 points alone in a devastating spurt of scoring in the third quarter.
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Stephen Curry silenced his critics with a 35-point display as the Golden State Warriors thrashed the Houston Rockets 126-85 to take a 2-1 series lead in the NBA Western Conference finals Sunday. Curry, targeted relentlessly by Houston as the Rockets leveled the series in Game 2, overcame a sluggish first-half display to lead a Warriors blowout in Game 3 .The towering forward had 15 points in the first half and pushed the Warriors' lead to 54-41 with just under 30 seconds left in the half.Eight unanswered points suddenly saw the Warriors jump into a 21-point lead at 64-43 .But just when it looked as if the Rockets were hauling themselves back into contention, the Warriors exploded with a 13-0 run that saw them surge into a 27-point lead.
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