Connect with the Ball Out:

77.3 F
Los Angeles

Who wins Game 7: Golden State or Houston?


Subscribe to our Insider

Oakland, CA — There are a few choice words one could use to describe Klay Thompson’s explosion tonight, but we’ll keep polite, and just say it was insane.

With the Houston Rockets getting out the gates quickly and building a 17 point lead after the first, and being up by 10 at halftime, one would surmise that the Golden State Warriors were not only in trouble, but could get eliminated.

Notice the keyword, “could,” as Thompson went balitistic in the second half, nailing three after three after three. What caused him to explode?

“I don’t want to go home,” Thompson bluntly stated to TNT’s David Aldridge.

His offensive detonation fueled a blistering Warriors run to end the game: 66-25. Let that sink in for just one second … 66-25. That’s not just unreal, it’s literally illogical, nonsensical and absurd. But, when the Warriors get going, they roll like no other NBA team can.

However, many questions remain: can they do it in Houston? Will Chris Paul play? How will the Warriors handle a pressure they’ve never faced: Game 7 on the road? Will Andre Iguodala suit up? Can the Rockets contain Golden State’s offense one more time?

Who knows? But regardless, it should be one hell of a game!

Subscribe to our Insider

━ more like this

Red carpet, excellent movies highlight Taormina Film Fest

Taormina, Sicily, South Italy -- From the moment I was invited to Taormina Film Festival (TFF), I felt excitement rushing through my body. Having...

Reacting to Kevin Durant’s trade request

Despite Kyrie Irving opting into his contract earlier this week, Kevin Durant doesn't want to be in Brooklyn anymore. The All-Star has requested a...

Updates on committee investigating Jan. 6 riot

Since the beginning of June, the House Select Committee has been investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. The committee is...

‘The Old Man and the Three’ & ‘The Draymond Green Show’ host amazing live show

New York City, NY -- Monday night's special event, “The Old Man and the Three” with "The Draymond Green Show Live in New York"...

NBA news: Kyrie finally opts in, Draymond, Perkins throw shots

After having Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving sign with the Brooklyn Nets prior to the 2021-2022 season, the buzz was this team...