The NBA Finals live coverage revealed Stephen Curry took much effort for the Warriors with 18 points. The team considered this the worst scoring quarter of the season.
LeBron James showed an extremely impressive game in both ends of the floor with 14 points, six assists and three steals. Kyrie Irving also helped the Cavaliers with 20 points. These impressive statistics seemed to tell everyone Golden State Warriors clearly struggled with this game against Cleveland Cavaliers.
Earlier, Stephen Curry said Game 6 will be the most important part of his NBA career.
“I want to honestly play better and more consistent, but the situation is right now we’re one game away from winning a second championship, and I personally have 48 minutes to do what I need to do to help my team win,” he said.
“So, right now it could kind of get lost in (the criticism). But at the end of the day if I’m sitting here tomorrow night with another trophy and celebrating with my teammates, we can talk all day,” he continued.
Golden State Warriors sharpshooter, Curry, told USA Today, he’s ready to win this season’s championship. He noted, “Yeah, we have a chance to win a championship, so definitely the biggest game, and I’m ready for it.”
Recently, he reportedly suffered injuries but he laughed about it. But he admitted he’s been pushed through his limits. He cited, “Whoever said I was getting shoulder surgery and all that kind of stuff – we’ve got bumps and bruises. But we’ll be all right.”
Curry explained what matters will be the outcome of the game and not about other stuff. He didn’t even think about expectations, New York Times reported.
“I mean, there’s kind of a historical expectation of the all-time greats in this league that have had great finals moments and have had these numbers,” Curry shared. “None of them played for this team and understood how I try to help my team every single night,” he continued.
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