Curry says mom scolded him for Game 3 obscenity

Curry says mom scolded him for Game 3 obscenity

That was about the only fight the Houston Rockets showed in Game 3 in a 126-85 loss on Sunday night in Oakland, Calif. He is the Warriors most important player other than their four All Stars - Curry, Durant, Green and Klay Thompson. "I have to try to do better next time".

He made all seven of his shots, two of which were three-pointers, and finished the quarter with a team-high 18 points, matching his highest point total in the first two games in a single period.

"That was amusing. I hope Riley didn't see it", Klay said.

"I'm really proud of them, but make no mistake about it, Game 4 will be incredibly hard". He revealed after the game that he received two home videos depicting his actions and a strong message from his mother about the language he used on court. I hope we play great and them bad.

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'Offensively we didn't have any thrust, and they exploited it, ' Harden said. Curry immediately left the game and missed the next five weeks. There has been only one Western Conference playoff game this month decided by fewer than eight points and there hasn't been a single playoff game in either conference decided by single digits since May 9 heading into Monday night's action. In 13 games, he's averaging 7.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.1 assists.

He said the moment got the best of him.

That type of short-term memory is just what the Rockets need after the Game 3 blowout, even if D'Antoni did plan to hold a film session to go over the mistakes for his own sanity more than as a teaching tool. The 2015 NBA Finals MVP has been starting regularly this postseason, including the first three games of the West finals against the Houston Rockets. "That's it. When we defend at that level and take care of the ball, we're usually in pretty good shape".

Iguodala had bumped knees with Rockets guard James Harden during Sunday's Game 3 win over Houston, but Warriors coach Steve Kerr said that Iguodala told him "he would be all right".

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