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The Golden State Warriors will be aiming to put up a very stunning performance when they play with Houston Rockets.
The Warriors will be hoping to cement the thought of the fans seeing them as the best and defending champions.
Meanwhile, The Warriors are coming off a blowout win against the Phoenix Suns, whereas the Rockets beat the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday.
Obviously, Golden State Warriors have now won two games back to back and will look to keep their momentum alive against the Houston Rockets
Interestingly, When Chris Paul went down, we looked at Houston’s upcoming schedule and saw nine straight games against playoff teams, with most of those being teams at the top of their respective conferences.
Well, you know by now that the Rockets have won all five of their games in that stretch so far, behind the otherworldly play of James Harden and the arrival of Austin Rivers via signing and Nene via not being injured anymore.
Heck, I complained that “James Harden doing everything” wasn’t a viable strategy because no one in the NBA can win consistently by themselves (unless it’s LeBron James in the East).
With Paul hurt, I thought that Harden would shoulder more of the load, but would run out of gas in fourth quarters as defenses kept throwing the kitchen sink at him.
Until the Memphis game, Harden looked untouchable.
Even in the Memphis game, he picked up a triple double despite looked completely exhausted in the fourth quarter.
It’s safe to say that maybe this incredible run is finally starting to catch up to him.
Klay Thompson is an essential part of the team, and if he is performing well, the pressure on Durant and Curry reduces by quite a margin.
Klay finished with 15 points and five rebounds on Monday.
The season has been a roller-coaster ride for the Warriors, and if they want to win tonight, they will have to play like champions.
As a team, GSW are averaging 115.8 points and shooting nearly 48% from the field for the season.
And They are grabbing 46 rebounds per game and shooting 38.1% from beyond the three-point line.
According to records, The Golden State Warriors visited Phoenix on Monday and routed them 132-109.
Where Warriors star Stephen Curry scored 34 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished four assists, while his partner-in-crime Kevin Durant contributed 25 points and dished four assists.
Moreover, The Houston Rockets are also back to winning ways too. James Harden has started delivering MVP performances, and they have gone up to fourth place in the West.
Definitely, it’s pretty obvious, the Golden State Warriors have started to pick up the pace after all the internal and external drama they’ve had to endure in recent times.