Stephen Curry is the MVP and Draymond Green is supposed to be the heart of the team, but they both fell way short as the Oklahoma City Thunder took a commanding 3-1 lead over the Golden State Warriors in the western conference finals. Curry finished with 19 points on 20 shot attempts and Green finished with just 6 points on 1-of-7 shooting from the field. Though many have said the Warriors are done, they are convinced they can become the third of 40 teams to come back from a 3-1 deficit in an NBA conference finals.
A mentally impaired boy held out his arms as his teammate asked him for a hug. What he thought was an act of kindness was instead a ploy to engage him in a vicious rape. As the teammate restrained the boy, another football player allegedly thrust a coat hanger into the boy’s rectum. Then a third teammate kicked the coat hanger several times, according to a criminal complaint.
Stephen Curry returned from a knee sprain that kept him out for four games, and dropped 40 points on the Portland Trail Blazers, helping the Golden State Warriors win the western conference semi-finals. So naturally, blaming Curry’s substantial drop in production on injury, is met with a side-eye from numerous people. Trail Blazers star guard Damian Lillard is one of those people.
The major question was whether or not Draymond Green was going to play after a second kick to the groin of Steven Adams. The league decided not to suspend Green and it was assumed the Golden State Warriors would now win and even the series up 2-2 with the Oklahoma City Thunder. That however did not happen. The Thunder came out ready to prove everybody wrong and won another blowout game 118-94, to take a commanding 3-1 lead over the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. It shocked everyone as people thought the NBA record holding, 73-9 Warriors would roll over the Thunder as they have before. As you know, no one is exempt from social media ridicule, especially not the Warriors who were “supposed” to win. So out came the crying Jordan memes and more. Even little Riley Curry was not spared.
Well!! The games just keep getting more and more interesting as we roll along through the NBA conferences. Tonight’s game 4 of the Western Finals didn’t disappoint with uncalled fouls all the way around!!