It feels very unlikely Paul will be 100 percent in time for game 7 on Monday night either.
Chris Paul missed the Game 6 of the series due to a hamstring injury for Rockets. "I guarantee if we start the game out like we did (Saturday) and they jump out to the lead, it's going to be 10 times harder to make it a game", Curry said.
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Paul joined Houston previous year from the Los Angeles Clippers, and had averaged 21.1 points per game with 5.8 assists since the start of the playoffs. But the Rockets has to like their opportunities of securing their first NBA Finals berth since 1995. Your starting lineups for Game 7.
The Warriors saved their season in dramatic fashion in Game 6 against the Rockets, falling behind by 17 points in the 1st quarter, and then winning by 29 points.
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If at any point of the season (or the summer before the season) anyone had said the Rockets would be at home for game seven against the Golden State Warriors for a chance to go to the NBA Finals, we would all have absolutely been happy to accept.
James Harden, who finished with 32 points, and the rest of the Rockets had the Warriors back on their heels on defense and were hitting their shots from outside the three-point arc.
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The Warriors were also short-handed, with Andre Iguodala, the most valuable player in the 2015 N.B.A. finals, missing his third successive game with a lower leg contusion. It can't be at the most crucial point of the game against a team that can end everything in a flash. The Warriors can get a mismatch on the switch and attack just like Houston does, but it hasn't proven to be as effective.
And, if it is, there will be one reason for it: the Warriors' hubris will have finally caught up with them.
Whether Paul plays or not, the Warriors have likely dodged their toughest competition at the very last moment en route to defend their crown.