Rockets to fly to Oakland before conclusion of Warriors and Clippers series

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It is a must-win game for the Clippers.

Los Angeles won two games against Golden State, which is two more games than most people expected. "I've seen some good ones, been around some decent players".

"Sometimes you come across special people and there's nothing you can do", he said.

Stephen Curry added 24 points for Golden State and Draymond Green had 16 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists for his fifth career playoff triple-double.

Rockets: After a disappointing start to the regular season, Houston has hit its stride at the ideal time.

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That's the ethos behind these Warriors, a willingness to sacrifice individual accolades for the chance at multiple championships.

"I am just out there playing".

"It was a flawless storm for the Clippers last game".

Danilo Gallinari had 29 points, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander scored 22 and Patrick Beverley finished with 11 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists in the loss. Williams shot 3 of 21 for eight points and Harrell was 4 of 7 for 10 points and five fouls.

Tonight's game will be shown on Sky Sports Arena. The Clippers cut their 24-point deficit almost in half, but got no closer.

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After the Clippers surprisingly pushed the defending champion Golden State Warriors to six games, Wade took to Twitter to congratulate the team.

There was a moment of silence for Boston Celtics star and Hall of Famer John Havlicek, who died Thursday at 79. The Rockets really do have what it takes to beat the Warriors, but when both play their best the Warriors are still the better team.

Curry sent a scare through the Warriors when he rolled his right ankle in the first quarter, but he played the entire game. "I am just in it", he said. "He said, 'Hi. I'm John Havlicek.' Like I didn't know".

"Not what we're used to, but there's no panic at all", said Warriors point guard Stephen Curry, who led Golden State to three of the past four National Basketball Association championships. Now the Warriors face a hungry Rockets team that's been waiting for revenge since previous year.

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