San Francisco — Klay Thompson knocks down eight three pointers on his way to 30 points, Stephen Curry wins 29 with six threes, and the Golden State Warriors beat Memphis Grizzlies 110-96 in Game 6 on Friday. Defeated and advanced to the final of the Western Conference. night.
Curry noticed that the shot touch was delayed and made two straight baskets in the second half of the third for the 78-77 lead in the final 12 minutes. Draymond Green provided 14 points, 16 rebounds and 8 assists. Kevon Looney scored 22 rebounds and Andrew Wiggins scored 10 of the 18 points in the fourth in a timely pair of three.
The Golden State was eliminated by Memphis in last year’s Play-in Tournament, but will advance to the Conference Finals for the first time since 2019, when the franchise lost to Toronto in the decisive Game 6 after reaching the NBA Finals five times in a row. Endured a bitter series for. ..
“Hoop that trick!” Fans stole away from Memphis, chanting at the moment when a crowd of happily noisy families declined.
Dillon Brooks scored 30 points with three pointers in his career’s best seven, but scored the second major foul in the series. Desmond Bane added 25.
Curry checked in at the last 8:21 and gave a 3 leaving 5:45 from the beautiful bounce pass on the green. Looney found an easy-to-dunk green on the next down and won a decisive 10-0 run.
After a 134-95 blunder on the Grizzlies home floor on Wednesday and dragging 55 people, the Warriors decided to do everything well. In particular, I reduced 22 turnovers to 29 points.
Bain won the first two baskets of the game before the Warriors missed 10 consecutive points. The layups were two greens and three Curry and Thompson.
Looney began after finishing the previous three games after Jonathan Kuminga was injured to protect Gary Payton II. He broke his left elbow in an awkward fall after being hit by Brooks in Game 2. Brooks was suspended for one match with the Flagrant 2 foul.
He was booed again on every occasion by a crowd of sold out at Chase Center. When Peyton appeared on the big screen during the first quarter time-out, he received an exciting applause and touched his heart before urging them to speak louder.
Memphis played again without all-star guard Ja Morant. Ja Morant missed three games in a row with a nasty right knee bruise accusing Grizzlies of pulling Jordan Poole’s knee while aiming for a loose ball in Game 3.
Center Steven Adams dragged cheeky on his right ankle and headed for Locker Room 3:23 before halftime, but returned. At the same time, Brooks received Flagrant Foul 1 for defeating Curry, and Grizzlies and Thompson were hit with double technical.
Warrior deals with Grizzlies in Game 6
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