Paul suffered a right hamstring strain in the fourth quarter of the Rockets' Game 5 win Thursday in Houston.
Thompson went a combined 20 of 32 from three-point range in those two Game 6s.
The Warriors showed signs of life in the second quarter, putting together a 23-11 scoring run and trimming the deficit to five points.
Klay Thompson was outstanding for the Warriors, leading all scorers with 35 points.
That's how they looked in the second half of Game 1, over the final 45 minutes of Game 3 and over the final 36 minutes of Game 6. Even so, network execs could have reason to wonder if the lack of novelty could erode viewership - though if the conference championship round has taught us anything, it's that the best ratings tonic is often a seven-game series.
The Houston Rockets, who battled to 65 regular-season wins to earn a home-court edge throughout the National Basketball Association playoffs, aim to put that advantage to use on Monday. Four years later, Durant had the Warriors on the ropes up 3-1, but he and the Thunder couldn't win one out of three games, squandering the chance to defeat the 73-win Warriors - which he, in particular, was crucified for. "As soon as we know, we'll say it, but we might not know until the afternoon (when we) see how it goes or he tests it out".
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By the time both sessions ended Thursday evening, each side had their time before reporters' microphones. But, after complaints by both parties, they added a second session for top Democrats and Republicans.
"I think it's a game-time decision".
"He's gotten a lot better over the last two weeks. That's a pretty good position to be in", coach Steve Kerr said.
McCaw was activated for Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals on Saturday night against the Houston Rockets.
Houston holds a 3-2 lead in the series. Wait. 31-9? Yes, Houston hit only four shots in the last period, and Luc Mbah a Moute missed the team's only free throw attempts. Now they go back to Houston where the role players are more consistent and the whistle tends to favor the otherside. Thompson and Stephen Curry caught fire and helped Golden State land yet another patented third-period haymaker - one that would daze the Rockets more than in Game 4 - en route to outscoring Houston by a ledger of 93 to 47 from the end of the first quarter to the end of the contest. What kind of fool am I for writing down a ridiculous title after losing a horrific Game 6?
Instead, they scored just 45 points in the first half, couldn't get into any sort of rhythm offensively, and failed to make a field goal in the final minute of regulation.