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Warriors err in “looking ahead”

Lou Williams leads Clippers with a 33-point game when Clippers beat Warriors 129-121 in a thriller that forces Game 6. [19659013] Warriors stars Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry said the team did not look past Clippers. "I know I'm not thinking about the future," says Durant. "Just think of the game. And I feel everyone's thinking." Saj Curry: "We understand, we have been in this situation many times. We know how difficult it is to close a series. At the end of the day, as bad as we played in the first half, we were up with 2½ So we managed to get back and gave us a chance to win. They just made pictures along the route. I think that at the end of the day you see yourself in the mirror and keep our team responsible for how we started the game and have to do one better job of it. " During the series, Clipper's coach Doc Rivers said he felt his team hadn't played to their potential. "I told our guys that they haven't been in the series in 19459026," he said. "We have not yet put a game where we are through the game." But that changed Wednesday. "That was us," Rivers said. "It was our team today. And so it was good to see." Would Clippers be in front of 3-2 in the series? Clipper's guard Patrick Beverley seemed to say so much after the game referring to his team's performance in Game 4.…

Lou Williams leads Clippers with a 33-point game when Clippers beat Warriors 129-121 in a thriller that forces Game 6. [19659013] Warriors stars Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry said the team did not look past Clippers.

“I know I’m not thinking about the future,” says Durant. “Just think of the game. And I feel everyone’s thinking.”

Saj Curry: “We understand, we have been in this situation many times. We know how difficult it is to close a series. At the end of the day, as bad as we played in the first half, we were up with 2½ So we managed to get back and gave us a chance to win. They just made pictures along the route. I think that at the end of the day you see yourself in the mirror and keep our team responsible for how we started the game and have to do one better job of it. “

During the series, Clipper’s coach Doc Rivers said he felt his team hadn’t played to their potential.

“I told our guys that they haven’t been in the series in 19459026,” he said. “We have not yet put a game where we are through the game.”

But that changed Wednesday.

“That was us,” Rivers said. “It was our team today. And so it was good to see.”

Would Clippers be in front of 3-2 in the series? Clipper’s guard Patrick Beverley seemed to say so much after the game referring to his team’s performance in Game 4.

“This past game Game 4, we felt like we should have won it,” Beverley said. “We felt like we lost a game, not that they hit us.”

Rivers also mentioned the possibility that Wednesday could have marked the last game for the long Clippers transmitter Ralph Lawler, who retires after the off-season.

“Ralph never speaks to me before the game when I’m on the floor and he went up to me for the first time and said,” Coach, I’ve had 20 people [come up] to congratulate me on my career and say good luck which tonight is the end of Ralph. Please do something about it, “Rivers said.

” So Ralph did we. And that’s all good. “

Clippers players also talked about expanding Lawler’s shipping career for at least one game.” “It’s good for Ralph,” Williams says. “It’s good for all of us. And Ralph has been around 40 years. So for us to have the opportunity to continue pulling him in the gym and having him around it is fine. “

For their part, Warriors coach Steve Kerr raised the praise of Clippers, describing them as” a hell of a team “who won 48 match during the regular season.

“They have our respect, sure,” Kerr said. “They played us tonight, and they have a hell of a law. So we have to bring it along if we are to beat them. “

Thompson, when he asked to describe Clippers, simply replied,” They are playing hard. They play hard. “

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