The warriors have been down 10 points five times this season, but managed to recover and win four times.
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The mantra for Golden State during Steve Kerr's five seasons with the Warriors has been "Strength in Numbers".Whether it was DeMarcus Cousins playing 28 minutes, or Quinn Cook tying a playoff career-high with three 3-pointers, or all 13 Warriors getting into the game -- some of them for only four seconds, but in nonetheless -- the two-time defending NBA champions found a way.Game 2 is in the books. For the record, the Raptors weren't particularly impressed with themselves after winning Game 1 and weren't particularly down about losing Game 2 .By now, clearly, the Warriors believe in its meaning.Durant got hurt late in Game 5 of the second round against Houston, in a close game at the time that could have gone either way. There's no guarantee that Durant comes back for Game 3 . Cousins just played 28 minutes after playing eight minutes, total, in seven weeks while recovering from a quad tear. Game 2 was the fifth consecutive game where the Warriors got down by at least 10 points at some time in the game.
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