Like the past 3 years, the Golden State Warriors will play Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA finals for this year as well. Steph Curry made an "unbelievable" second-half comeback as Warriors beat Houston Rockets by 101-92. Curry scored 27 points as Warriors overcame a 15-point deficit to triumph in game seven, securing a 4-3 series victory having won the last two games.
The Warriors won in 2015 and 2017. The Cavs took home the 2016 title. Curry stated that Basketball is a 48 minute game. Things may definitely go wrong, but at the same time, they can be restored back to normal as well. For the first time since 1979, both the Western and Eastern Conference Finals went to game seven in the same year.The Warriors started slow and trailed by 11 points at half-time. Curry and Kevin Durant soon found their range from the three-point distance.They outscored the Rockets 33-15 in the third quarter to secure a lead they would never surrender. Finally, Durant finished on 34 points - including five rebounds. Curry stated that this kind of situation has come up for the very first time. We have actually crossed all the hardships and hurdles. It is a totally hard to believe situation. Winning a championship is just not a child’s play. The Championship series begins on 1 June as the Cavs visit the Warriors in Oakland, California.
By: Anuja Arora