Warriors' Andre Iguodala (knee) doubtful for Game 4

Warriors' Andre Iguodala (knee) doubtful for Game 4

Through three games in the series, Iguodala is averaging 8.7 points, 4.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists in just over 27 minutes per game. "Played soft, actually. I mean, you can't do that with these guys".

The two-time NBA Most Valuable Player exploded for 18 points alone in a devastating spurt of scoring in the third quarter that took the game away from Houston.

The reigning champion Warriors now have the opportunity to take a commanding 3-1 lead with a further victory in front of their home fans in game four on Tuesday as they chase a fourth straight National Basketball Association finals appearance.

Assuming they don't buy another pick or trade the one they have at the moment, the Warriors are now slated to select near the end of the first round with the 28th pick overall, which is flawless for a team looking to add low-cost, young talent.

After the game, Curry told reporters that his mother, Sonya, wasn't pleased with his language. "She's right", Curry added.

"I think he's OK there", Kerr said, via SF Gate.

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He said the moment got the best of him. Nonetheless, definitely get a lot of support from the fans.

Green was not shocked by Curry's explosion because he expects more to come. No matter what questions I've been asked over the first two games, or what the expectations was, I had the highest expectations for myself.

With Curry getting picked on defensively for the series' first two games, it was Harden's turn Sunday.

Warriors and Warriors' fans alike should not fret too much in Andre Iguodala's absence. He started off the game 1-of-6 from 3, but ended the evening 13-of-23 from the field and 5-of-12 on 3-pointers.

"I did my job tonight".

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