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Kerr says Warriors tried to call timeout during final seconds

Kerr says Warriors tried to call timeout during final seconds

Down 94-92 with 15.2 seconds left, James Harden missed a 27-foot jumper that was corralled by Draymond Green. Instead of taking their final timeout, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr elected to let his team take the ball down the court, and take advantage of Houston’s defense before they got set.

Thompson says he hopes Riley didn’t see Steph swear on camera

Thompson says he hopes Riley didn’t see Steph swear on camera

Klay hopes Riley didn’t see Steph’s potty mouth 🤬😂 pic.twitter.com/VjN69THD4d — Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) May 21, 2018 Stephen Curry is back. The Warriors point guard finally erupted in the third quarter on Sunday evening, scoring 18 points in a flurry of 3-point shots and impressive drives to the rim. During the stretch, a weight…

Draymond listens in on Pelicans huddle during timeout

Draymond listens in on Pelicans huddle during timeout

During a timeout midway through Game 5 of the Warriors-Pelicans series on Tuesday, Draymond Green entered the New Orleans huddle, and seemed to listen in intently to a discussion between former Warriors assistant coaches Alvin Gentry, Darren Erman, and Pelicans point guard Rajon Rondo.