Steph wasn’t alone on Wednesday night, and the Dubs lived to see another day.
The series is even at 1-1 heading to Los Angeles.
The Dubs made some successful adjustments in the fourth quarter, but it was too little too late.
Taking care of the equals taking care of business in the postseason for the champs.
The Dubs will need to win another game on the road if they want to advance.
It was a little too close at the end, but the Dubs pulled off the victory to tie the series 2-2.
Suddenly the Dubs are down 2-0.
Splash Bros stop losing skid on the road, have a flashback to their dynastic domination of Rockets
The third quarter Warriors live on.
In front of a record-setting crowd, the Dubs evaded their road woes and coasted to victory.
A pathetic and inexcusable loss.
The Pistons reminded the Dubs that they really need Steph Curry.
Golden State beat Utah as their winning streak continues
The Warriors went to Madison Square Garden and looked like a lottery team.
Sometimes fandom sucks.
The Warriors went on the road and looked like a lottery team again.
Jordan Poole and Jonathan Kuminga looked like Golden State’s future, but the Dubs collapsed in the final minute.
Jonathan Kuminga was great off the bench, but the Dubs starters could not overcome an ugly start.
Maybe all the Warriors second unit needed was a little more Draymond Green.
The Warriors youngsters had a great opportunity to impress, but instead things went as expected.
The Splash Brothers racked up 74 points, 11 rebounds, 18 assists, 5 steals, and just 3 turnovers in the win.
Steph Curry exploded, but bad defense led to the Warriors losing yet another road game.
Jordan Poole emerged from his early-season slump with an amazing performance in front of the Chase Center crowd.