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Warriors Rally in Game 3 Against Trail Blazers

The Portland Trail Blazers had the Golden State Warriors on the ropes in Game 3 for the entire first-half and part of the second-half. Portland had a 66-53 lead on halftime, but Golden State stormed back in the second-half thanks to Steph Curry scoring 36 points in the game as the Warriors topped the Trail Blazers in Game 3, 110-99. Golden State leads this series over Portland 3-0.

Curry shot 42.3 percent from the field. He also grabbed six rebounds and recorded three assists.

Draymond Green recorded a triple-double for Golden State. He scored 20 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, and recorded 12 assists. Green also blocked one shot and recorded four assists. He has rediscovered his game ever since Kevin Durant has been out with his calf injury.

Klay Thompson scored 19 points on 40 percent shooting. He also grabbed five rebounds, recorded five assists, blocked two shots, and recorded two steals.

The Golden State Warriors scored 33 bench points. Kevon Looney scored eight of them. He also grabbed three rebounds, recorded one assist, and blocked one shot.

Shaun Livingston, Jordan Bell, and Quinn Cook each scored six points off the bench.

Their biggest lead in the game was 12 points and the Trail Blazers biggest lead in the game was 18 points.

C.J. McCollum led Portland with 23 points, but he only made two 3’s on 10 attempts. McCollum also missed five free throws in the game and he only made seven of them. C.J. McCollum also grabbed three rebounds, recorded five assists, and recorded two steals.

Damian Lillard scored 19 points, but he only shot 27.8 percent from the field. Lillard also grabbed six rebounds, recorded six assists, and recorded two steals.

Meyers Leonard had a breakout game for the Portland Trail Blazers with 16 points on 50 percent shooting. He also grabbed three rebounds and recorded four assists.

Portland scored 23 bench points and Evan Turner scored 12 of them. He grabbed three rebounds, recorded one assist, and recorded one steal.

Golden State has a chance to clinch their fifth consecutive birth to the NBA Finals with a win in Game 4 on Monday night at Portland.

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