The defending champions now hold a commanding 3-1 lead in the series and can close it out to reach the conference finals for a fourth successive year with a win on Tuesday night at home.
KD shot 15-of-27 from the floor to go along with nine rebounds and five assists in 36 minutes.
"I just try to tell myself that I'm at my best when I don't care what happens after the game, the outcome or anything", Durant said.
This comes from the team's meeting with Durant during free agency when the quartet of Curry, Thompson, Green and Iguodala were all present to lure him to Golden State. "I don't think you can look at it (as an impossible task), because when you look at it that way against the world champs it is an nearly impossible task". I think the bigger the game, the more you're going to see his stats rise; not so much in the scoring department as (it) would be in the rebounding and the assist departments. There were no hard feelings.
"Just keep the game simple at that point because he's such a great scorer, you don't have to really overthink things". I personally, No. 1, don't worry about it and No. 2, don't care that much about it.
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Capela is quietly producing solid numbers in the playoffs, averaging 15.4 points and 13.0 rebounds while shooting 63.6 percent from the field, but the wrinkle in him being a good second-choice option is his 2.6 blocks per game.
"What we saw from him today, that's what we need", Green said. "We're playing together. Things are turning a corner for us at the right time". "It's kind of sad someone would take this that serious", Green said.
Never forget that "basketball player" is just the title and they're all human at the end of the day. For Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr, it is their defense that helped them get their third win of the series, according to Nick Friedell of ESPN.
Like that historic group, Kerr feels Golden State's unit is a group of "long, rangey guys who can all handle the ball and make a play". Rajon Rondo finished with 11 rebounds, but the Pelicans also committed 19 turnovers, which led 21 Warriors points.
888 Sport likes the Cavs' chances playing at home tonight for Game 4, and have them as favorites at 1.40 to the Raptors' 3.10.