The Portland Trail Blazers pulled off an impressive NBA Playoff win over the Golden State Warriors. Will the Blazers keep their momentum going into Game 4 on May 9, or will the Dubs bounce back? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see it so click to watch!
The Golden State Warriors are counting down the hours until Steph Curry, 27, is healthy enough to return to the court. The Dubs lost Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinal series to the Portland Trail Blazers, and they sure could use Steph’s golden touch to put their opponents away. Will they get some relief or will the Warriors receive another defeat?
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The Dubs will do their best to overcome Portland’s home-court advantage when they hit up the Moda Center in Portland, Oregon, for Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs on May 9. Though Golden State leads the series, 2-1, the last thing they want to do is let the Blazers to even things up. After looking over the hottest players in the game, be set to watch the action kick off at 10:30 PM EST.
Klay Thompson, 26, Draymond Green, 26, and Andre Igoudala, 32, have picked up the slack while Steph has recovered from spraining his MCL during the April 24 game with the Houston Rockets. Yet, they couldn’t hold back Damian Lillard, 25, and Al-Farouq Aminu, 25, from lighting up the board in Portland’s 120-108 victory, per Oregon Live. Show how proud you are of Portland by getting an official Trail Blazers jersey here.
Steph will be listed as “doubtful” for Game 4, but he has been able to practice with his team. “He’s slowly but surely making progress,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said. He better get back on the court, because Steph got in trouble when he was goofing off on social media. If you think Golden State will repeat as NBA champions, better get your official jersey now so you can celebrate.
Even Damien of the Blazers wants Steph back. “It makes it an even more exciting game,” he said to Oregon Live. “Obviously, he’s a hell of a player, the MVP of the league. It’s going to be a challenge that we’re ready for. We’re prepared for him to be back or if he’s not out there, they’re a good team regardless.”
Portland’s Moe Harkless, 22, is dealing with a right hip contusion he suffered in Game 2. He may sit out this game, one that could have the Dubs going up 3-1. Will Portland even the score or will the Warriors show why they’re the best team in NBA history?
Who do you want to win, HollywoodLifers? Golden State or Portland?