Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors came back from a 17 point deficit to sweep the Trailblazers in overtime.
Stephen Curry and Draymond Green both finished with triple-doubles, the first teammates to ever do so in a playoff game. Curry finished with 37 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists while Green concluded the game with a stat line of 18 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists.
“I think as much as we’ve been here, nothing’s really new at this point,” Curry said. “We still don’t take anything for granted. We understand how hard it is to win at this level and we don’t want it to end for as long as we can control it. So, a night like tonight where you’re up 3-0, they go on a crazy run in the second half, a lot of teams would have said, ‘You know what? We’ll just get them [in] Game 5, and go home, and rely on our home crowd.’
“But the trust — knowing that everyone was going to play until the horn sounded at the end of the fourth quarter or tonight [in] overtime allowed us to dig deep and find just a way to win. You could sit here and talk about every single guy that stepped foot on the court tonight that came with that mentality. And we walk off the court with some fancy hats and celebrating our fifth straight Finals, it’s a pretty special moment.”