Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry expresses his thoughts on his team’s huge 104-99 win vs. the Houston Rockets in Game 5 to take a 3-2 series lead. Curry states that as soon as Kevin Durant left with a right calf strain, the team felt “deflated for a second,” but they rallied together to get the victory. Curry breaks down what the Warriors need to do in order to win Game 6 in Houston with or without Durant. Curry details if he was surprised that Klay Thompson went for the layup at the end of the game instead of running the clock out, saying with all the chaos during that play he understands why Klay did that.
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