Despite losing Game 4 of the Western Conference finals at home, the Golden State Warriors like their chances ahead of Game 5 against the Rockets on Thursday in Houston.
2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/24W 114-91
- 3/25W 118-99
- 3/27W 118-86
- 3/30W 104-103
- 4/1L 100-83
- 4/3W 120-104
- 4/5W 96-94
- 4/7L 108-102
- 4/10W 105-99
- 4/11L 96-83
- 4/15W 104-101
- 4/18W 102-82
- 4/21L 121-105
- 4/23W 119-100
- 4/25W 122-104
- 4/29W 110-96
- 5/2L 116-108
- 5/4W 113-92
- 5/6W 100-87
- 5/8W 112-102
- 5/14L 119-106
- 5/16W 127-105
- 5/20L 126-85
- 5/22W 95-92
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Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
Andre Iguodala is listed as questionable for Game 5. Steve Kerr said he's improving and is practicing today. He will receive treatment and will likely be a game-time decision. Klay Thompson is also practicing and will play tomorrow.
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Chris Paul acknowledged Tuesday night that he had undergone "a whole lot of treatment" on his sore foot in recent days. With his foot feeling better, he bounced back and played a major role in Houston's Game 4 win over the Warriors that evened the series.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
Gerald Green wore a white Robert Horry throwback jersey to the Rockets' Game 2 win and a red one tonight. He's in the market for another Horry throwback — maybe the Rockets' space logo jersey — for Game 5. "I'm trying. I need it," Green said.
Kevin Durant said, "I wish I had that last play back," following the Warriors' Game 4 loss to the Rockets on Tuesday, but he already is looking ahead to Thursday's Game 5.
The Rockets plan to wear a ribbon on their jerseys at Thursday's Game 5 in honor of the victims, survivors and first responders of the Santa Fe High School shooting.
Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer
How much better did Chris Paul feel pushing off his sore foot tonight? "A huge difference," he said. James Harden interrupted: "He's fine."
James Harden speaks with Ramona Shelburne after the Rockets beat the Warriors in Game 4.