May 26, 2018, 11:53 pmKlay ThompsonG, Golden State Warriors
Klay Thompson led the Warriors with 35 points in Saturday's 115-86 victory, going 13-of-23 from the field and 9-of-14 from behind the arc with six rebounds, two assists and four steals.
The Warriors were down 10 at the half but completely blew the doors off once the third quarter began, ripping off a quick 8-0 run and eventually winning the frame by a 33-16 margin. They stomped out any hope of a comeback in the final quarter, outscoring Houston 31-9. There was a point where the Rockets were 2-of-16 in the fourth as the Dubs quickly ballooned the lead to unreachable levels. Stephen Curry dropped 29 points and five triples of his own to go with five rebounds, six assists and three blocks. It was vintage Warriors in the second half, as they moved the ball (26 assists tonight after 32 combined in Games 4 and 5) and got their two sharpshooters knocking down bucket after bucket. While Golden State has looked off kilter for a lot of this series, it only took 12 minutes to remind everyone that they're still kings of the hill.