NBA May 30, 30th 2016 “win or go home” Game 7: Golden State Warriors vs Oklahoma City Thunder full game live updates recap reactios and final score result NBA 2015 2016 Season 15-16 30.05.2016 05.30.2016.
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NBA Conference Finals Game 7 The Warriors pursuit of history continues with Monday night’s Game 7 against a Thunder team looking to shake off two missed opportunities to close out this Western Conference finals.
Here are the top stats to know ahead of Monday night’s series decider.
The Golden State Warriors, after staving off elimination with a furious fourth-quarter rally on Saturday night, hold the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals on Monday, May 30, 2016, at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.
The Thunder, which once led 3-1 in the series, must win at Oracle, where the Warriors have lost only three games this season.
We’ll have up-to-the-minute scoring and statistics throughout the game. Keeping checking the scoreboard and stats link above.
The Game 7 winner advances to the NBA Finals to meet the LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, who are the Eastern Conference champions.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Who: Oklahoma City Thunder at Golden State Warriors
- What: Game 7, Western Conference Finals
- Where: Oracle Arena, Oakland, Calif.
- When: Monday, May 30, 2016
- Tipoff: 9 p.m. Eastern
- TV: TNT
Warriors 96, Thunder 88 – Final: Stephen Curry poured in 15 of his game-high 36 points in the fourth quarter, including three key free throws with 1:18 left. … Oklahoma City came within four late before Serge Ibaka sent Curry to the line to effectively end the game. … The Warriors led by as much as 11 points in the fourth quarter. … The Thunder never led in the fourth. … Kevin Durant had 12 points of his 27 points in the fourth quarter. … Golden State was 17 of 37 from three-point range, while Oklahoma City went just 7 of 27. … Curry went 7 of 12 from three. … Russell Westbrook finished with 19 points and 13 rebounds for the Thunder. … Klay Thompson knocked down six three-pointers to finish with 21 points.
Warriors 71, Thunder 60 – Q3: Golden State outscored Oklahoma City 29-12 in the third quarter. … The Warriors shot 47.8 percent in the third, making 6 of 12 from three-point range. … Golden State, which trailed by six at the half, turned an eight-point deficit into a 13-point lead. … Stephen Curry scored 9 points in the third, hitting back-to-back threes to tie the game and give the Warriors the lead. … The Warriors went on a 23-6 run over the final eight minutes of the third. … Oklahoma City went 5 of 19 (26 percent) from the floor, including 0 of 7 from distance, in the period.
Thunder 48, Warriors 42 – halftime: Klay Thompson scored 12 points in the second quarter, hitting 4 of 6 three-pointers to help Golden State avoid a double-digit deficit at the break. … Oklahoma City led by as many as 13 points in the second quarter. … The Warriors used a 9-3 run at the end of the first half to trim the deficit to six. … 42 points represents Golden State’s lowest scoring half of this postseason. …. Russell Westrbrook had nine points in the second quarter. … Oklahoma City shot 40 percent in the first half – despite a 3-of-11 clip from distance – while Golden State shot just 38.6 percent in the first two quarters. … The Thunder outscored the Warriors 10-1 in second chance points.
Thunder 24, Warriors 19 – Q1: Semi-slow start through 12 minutes as neither team cracks 36 percent shooting in the first quarter. The Thunder and Warriors combined to make just 5 of 15 three-point attempts. … Stephen Curry leads all scorers with 8 points (on 3 of 8 from the floor) and Draymond Green added 6. … Kevin Durant (3 of 3) has 7 points for OKC. … One change for the Warriors was the addition of Andre Igoudala to the starting lineup.