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Warriors Sneak Past Thunder in Classic Game 6

In a game that could wind up being legacy defining, the Warriors stole Game 6 Saturday in Oklahoma City. They played from behind much of the night, but in the waning moments of the 4th quarter the Splash Bros. did just enough to steal a game on the road.

Russell_Westbrook_and_Kevin_Durant_Thunder_WallpaperThe Thunder began making brilliant plays in rapid succession during the second quarter to give themselves a double-digit lead. The Warriors had a hand in creating the 13 point hole, as they committed careless turnovers and took questionable shots early in the clock. At certain points of the second quarter it looked as if the Thunder were on the verge of blowing the game open. Klay Thompson kept the Warriors in the game with some unbelievable shots. Every time the Warriors were in desperate need of a bucket, Klay was there. Thompson would go on to break the postseason record for 3s made. He finished with 11 bombs on only 18 tries to the tune of 41 points, 19 coming in the final quarter.

This game had a little bit of everything. There was a monstrous dunk by Steven Adams over Draymond Green that should all but certainly end up as the number one play on SportsCenter. There was Russell Westbrook and his other worldly athleticism. He would make an array of plays, ranging from contested midrange Js, drives to the basket against staunch interior D, rebounding and setting up his teammates with looks to finish the game one rebound shy of a triple double.

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