Dwyane Wade Reacts to Game 1 of NBA Finals

Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry

He led the Warriors with 29 points, tied for the team lead with 9 assists and added 6 rebounds in 46 minutes. Warriors guard Shaun Livingston pulled up for a midrange jumper, and Thompson contested the shot, but his elbow appeared to connect with the right side of Livingston's chest, though replays called into question whether Thompson made contact. Referee Ken Mauer called an offensive foul, but it was overturned after replay review. This one hurt. This one hurt bad with a lot of things that went on", said Hill, assessing his worst defeats, and rating Thursday's at the top, for a controversial charge reversal in the final minute and, of course, "me missing the free throw down the stretch. "I mean, it's like the unspoken rule in the NBA: If you're up 10 or 11 with about 20 seconds left, you don't take that shot". "And when I knew that, I was like, OK, that's going to be our ball. I don't know why I got thrown out".

Start in the beginning, when Smith slipped and stumbled into Thompson's knee. When the two forwards approached each other, Thompson had some words before ramming the ball into Green's face. "Guys are out there to finish a game and play the right way". However, Love said he was not anxious about receiving disciplinary action from the league for the sequence. "So I wasn't trying to be the fifth".

"I don't care about that incident", Green told ESPN.

Even the Warriors don't expect a flat Cavaliers team.

Statistically, it would be a shining moment for him: He had never scored 50 points in a postseason game. "So we've been doing that all year, since I've been here, too". JR [Smith] was still guarding him, you know.

One can only guess how those emotions will affect things when the series resumes with Game 2 on Sunday night. So, that's what it was. The lasting image of Game 1 will be James, with his arms outstretched, pleading with Smith to explain why he didn't just shoot the damn ball in the final seconds. Still, though, Cleveland fought back into the lead - which Curry promptly erased again with a 35-foot bomb just before the halftime buzzer sounded. Some teams do. We're not those teams. "Thankfully, the time ran out so we could have new life in overtime". We take the shot.

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"I thought I read that play just as well as I read any play in my career, defensively", he said. "I don't think we would get on our feelings if somebody came down and finished out a possession and got a shot up". "So when they called the charge, I was surprised, but I'm glad they reviewed it". But if you're just playing the game of basketball and finishing out a possession instead of taking a turnover, I don't see any problem with that at all.

"I'm pretty sure everybody didn't think I was going to shoot it over KD right there".

After one game: check and check.

Curry, as he does when he's at his best, provided a spark at crucial times.

The Cavaliers' forward began taunting Curry, who responded. Thus the initial call on the floor was overturned and James was assessed a blocking foul.

"The game was over. We have the blueprint, now we have to execute it at a high level". It's just what we do.

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