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Golden State Warriors have had a weird season amidst the drama regarding Kevin Durant’s (perhaps) eventual exit.
The Cavaliers are 3-4 in their last seven games after escaping Brooklyn with a 99-97 win on Monday
Yet, after being ravaged by injuries early in the year, miserable at times on the court, they sit at seven games over .500.
Ultimately, the noise around the Warriors struggles will always be louder than the functional reality of what they’re doing on the court. This could get ugly.
The Cavs have lost seven straight against Golden State. Cleveland’s bench has tied or outscored its opponents’ reserves on 17 occasions in 2018-19, including Monday’s win at Brooklyn.
Jordan Clarkson recorded his first double-double of the season Monday night, scoring 20 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in 28 minutes off the bench.
Clarkson became the first Cavs bench player to post at least 20 points and 10 rebounds in less than 30 minutes played since April 16, 2014, when Tyler Zeller did it.
Stephen Curry returned from a groin injury recently. The Warriors went 5-6 without him in the lineup.
Curry scored 30 points in Monday’s win against the Hawks. It was his seventh 30-point game of the season, and the Warriors are 6-1 when he hits that mark.
In the first quarter of that game, Curry scored 18 points, outscoring the Hawks (17 points) by himself.
In the last five seasons, Curry has outscored an opponent in a quarter 11 times, the most in the NBA in that span according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
Kevin Durant scored 28 points Monday night, making it the 13th straight game with 20-plus points — his longest streak since joining the Warriors.
Durant ranks second in the NBA in scoring, averaging 30.0 points. He is averaging 40.0 points over the last five games.
Draymond Green will miss his 10th straight game with a sprained right toe.
The Warriors are 6-6 without Green this season, including the one game he missed because of suspension.
A reality of playing in the NBA is that on any given night, you’re going to be playing an excellent point guard.
Collin Sexton will draw Steph Curry or Klay Thompson tonight, and for a player who’s struggled to navigate screens without giving up too much space this season
That feels like a recipe for disaster. The Warriors are also incredibly smart on defense, so driving lanes will dry up quickly. Expect a tough outing for the Cavs rookie.
Tristan Thompson is one of the few Cavs holdovers that has traditionally played really well against the Warriors when he’s completely healthy.
He’s going to need to be a switchy, board-crashing monster if the Cavs are even going to stay in this one.
Tristan recorded his third consecutive double-double and 13th of the season against the Nets
Tallying 19 points and a game-high 14 rebounds. Thompson has registered a double-double in 11 of his last 14 games.