The Golden State Warriors dominated the regular NBA season, but they’ve fallen 2-1 in the NBA Playoffs against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Can they rebound in Game 4 on May 24? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see this game so click to watch!
Russell Westbrook, 27, and Kevin Durant, 27, have put Stephen Curry, 28, Andre Iguodala, 32, and the rest of the Golden State Warriors in trouble. The Oklahoma City Thunder has rocked the Dubs during the NBA Playoffs, taking a 2-1 lead in the series. Will Golden State tie it up or will they get closer to elimination?
This clash between arguably the two best teams in the league has really put the Warriors to the test. While OKC has been passing with flying colors, the Dubs are close to flunking out of the NBA Playoffs. Hopefully, Steph’s squad has studied hard so they stand a better chance in Game 4, taking place from the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The game kicks off at 9:00 P.M. EST so be ready to see some of the best b-ball around.
Kevin, Russell, Dion Waiters, 24, Serge Ibaka, 26, and Andre Roberson, 24, completely shut down the Warriors’ “Death Lineup,” outscoring the Dubs 31-10 at one time in the first half of Game 3, according to SB Nation. This aggressive squad was out for blood and they got it, whooping Golden State 133-105. Show some OKC pride by getting an official Thunders t-shirt here.
While taking such a beating, no wonder things got a little frustrating for the Warriors. Draymond Green, 26, inadvertently took out his frustrations when he kicked OKC’s Steven Adams, 22, in the groin! Thankfully for Warriors fans, Draymond wasn’t suspended for this low blow, according to ESPN, but fined $25,000. If you think Golden State is going all the way, get your official Warriors t-shirt here.
Steph also took a shot to the face when he was playing in Game 2. While nose-diving into the Arena stands, the NBA MVP got punched in the jaw! The Warriors won that game, 118-91, so maybe Steph needs to get smacked up to fire him up? Someone better wake up Andre, as the defense held him to just nine points in Game 3, per CBS Sports. Yikes.
The Thunder have turned the tables on the Warriors, mirroring the Dub’s lineup small lineup with Kevin at power forward and Serge at center, according to Fox Sports. Will this strategy work again and put OKC up 3-1, or will Steph drop the game winning point to tie this series up?
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