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Portland only has so much time before Steph Curry returns to the court.
The Clippers lost their best player Monday. The Warriors are missing Steph Curry. Golden State catches a lucky turn as the Clippers once again face the cruelty of fate.
The Golden State star will miss at least Game 5 vs. the Rockets and very likely the start of the second round after slipping in Game 4 on Sunday on a wet floor and suffering a sprained knee.
There's no way the Warriors could have known that Steph Curry would suffer a sprained knee on a wet-floor slip, but that won't stop people from thinking they should have held the MVP out.
Dwight Howard: 'For all those people saying we weren't happy and excited that James hit the shot, shut up.'
Golden State is known for its revolutionary commitment to perimeter scoring, but they're setting the table with post-ups to destroy Houston, even without Steph Curry.
Even with Stephen Curry nursing a bum ankle, the Golden State Warriors dominated the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of their first round series.
This isn't the rematch of last season you're looking for.
Houston forward Donatas Motiejunas can't even remember how many players-only meetings his team has had.

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