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Warriors Claim That The 3-1 Lead Is Not The Same As Last Year




The Golden State Warriors could not make history by leaving a perfect 16-0 record in the postseason. Perhaps more ominously,they’re now in the same position as they were last year.


If you ask Steve Kerr, Warriors head coach, that's not the only thing.

“It’s similar in that it’s 3-1. We felt great about last year, up 3-1. That’s kind of what you want to do, right? When you have home court, ideally you take care of business at home and get a split on the road. So we’re in a great spot, and now we have to capitalize,” he said.

“But last year is last year, this year is this year,” Kerr added. “I’m pretty sure Draymond [Green] won’t get suspended for game five [this time]. Maybe he will. I don’t know. But we’ll go back and tee it up again.”

He also mentions the embarrassing groin scene of LeBron James, who painted in five games in 2016. After the game, Green scored a passive foul and earned a retrospective score. With Green unable to play, the Cavaliers went on to win game five, 112-97, extending the series.

Stephen Curry felt that the warrior was in a different place from last season.

“Obviously we haven’t felt this feeling, walking off the court with a loss, in a while, but we have done a good job of bouncing back and being resilient all year, and obviously learning from all the different experiences we have been through” Curry added. 

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