No Kevin Duran, no problem! The Splash Brothers were there to eliminate the Houston Rockets in their Game Six semi-final series, 118-113.
Klay Thompson carried the Warriors in the first to keep the score close and then on the fourth quarter it was Stephen Curry took care of the business.
Curry who got shutdown in the first two quarters found his shooting rhtyhm in the second half particularly in the decisive final period.
The “Spalsh Brothers” had a combined 60 points performance while Draymond Green teased a triple-double output with 8 points, 10 rebounds and 7 assists.
James Harden led the Rockets with 35 points while Chris Paul added 27 markers.
Paul was the main offensive weapon for Houston at the tail-end of the third quarter where they led five points and looks like they’re on the way to tie the series until Curry exploded in the fourth quarter.
The Golden State Warriors will now advance to the Western Conference Finals and will wait for the winner between the Portland Trail Blazers and the Denver Nuggets.