KD, Curry Lead The Warriors To Game 7 Win Over The CP3-Less Rockets

    After a slow first half, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Chris Paul-less Houston Rockets 101-92 in a decisive NBA Western Conference Finals game seven.

    MVP candidate James Harden led his Rockets team up and down the floor during the first two quarters, but after halftime, Golden State locked in with Kevin Durants game-high 34 points and Stephen Currys 27 points with the majority of those coming in a splashed filled 3rd quarter.

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    Rockets fans right now after seeing the lead has been lost…

    The Rockets also didnt help their chances by tying an NBA playoff record with 27 straight missed 3-pointers.

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    Any Rockets player…FOR 3! https://t.co/cy8xhCYajU

    With Golden State punching their ticket to its fourth straight NBA finals, they run into a familiar foe in the Eastern Conference Champs, the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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    Nick Young’s just tryna turn up. https://t.co/ZH1GVNUFW2

    Between the Cavs and the Warriors, 1 to 5 all-stars may be on the court at the same time. And considering the familiarity with both teams, NBA fans should be excited once again to witness LeBron James vs The World Part 4.

    Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals begins on May 31st.

    Kyle Harvey is a writer, producer and the current managing editor of The Shadow League. Host of the Points On The Board podcast, and a proudly washed college athlete, Harvey had previous stints at Slant News, The Bleacher Report, NBC News, and theGrio. Originally from Wilmington, DE, Harvey graduated from North Carolina A&T State University.