Thompson's 41 points, 11 3s save Golden State's season

The Golden State Warriors have forced a Game 7 in the NBA's Western Conference finals with a fourth-quarter comeback at Oklahoma City. The Thunder viciously took advantage with their quick-strike attacks (29 fast-break points), which got them in a rhythm that then had them making shots no matter the defense.

The Warriors forced a Game 7 coming back from 1-3 in the West Finals.

"Well, it's a sense of reality staring us in the face".

"We just didn't help each other enough in those situations", Donovan said.

But while Green deserves a good portion of the blame for the Warriors' miserable performance, this was a team effort.

Beat the Thunder three consecutive times when the Warriors haven't looked like they belonged on the same court in the last two games?

"It was not festive".

Feeding off the energy of a raucous crowd at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the Thunder jumped out to a 13-point lead in the second quarter. The unanimous MVP has dealt with ankle, knee and elbow injuries this postseason alone.

The Warriors aren't matching that in this series and I'm not sure Kerr and his staff can create that now on the fly.

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"Steph told me, 'This is your time".

With arms considered long relative to even an average-sized National Basketball Association wing, Durant is a necessary antidote to both Golden State's Death Lineup and a Green/Steph Curry pick-and-roll. Seventy-three victories, the best team ever and out of nowhere, Golden State is suddenly playing for its survival. "We needed every single one of them".

"I've got a great teammate that's obviously a better defender on the perimeter", Curry said of Thompson after Game 5 when he was asked about Durant and Westbrook's reaction.

"But we're going to give some people something that they've never seen before". The Thunder are systematically destroying the Warriors, a merciless bludgeoning born of anger and desperation, size and speed and spectacular skill.

Steph Curry has been the star of the National Basketball Association season but Thompson has been busy knocking down threes at an alarming rate that would have garnered more attention had his own teammate not transformed into a super-human three point machine. We've got another opportunity. "We can't put too much pressure on ourselves".

The fan was captured on camera before the game went to commercial break. We all knew that was going to happen. The Warriors weren't even called for a foul the first 10:43 of the game.

"They've had a lot of frustration over the years".

"This was a huge win for us", Curry said.