Curry says mom scolded him for Game 3 obscenity

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NBA: Curry says mom scolded him for Game 3 obscenity

The defending champs set a record for consecutive home playoff wins in dominant fashion by blowing out the Houston Rockets in Game 3 of the 2018 Western Conference Finals.

Game 4 is scheduled for Tuesday night, also in Oakland.

"It's what I expected to do", Curry said in an on-court interview with TNT. The average margin of victory in those 15 games has been 20.9 points. Golden State has scored at least 113 points six times at home, surpassing 120 points in three of their last four games.

The Golden State Warriors' 126-85 demolition of the Houston Rockets yesterday morning (Singapore time) was an National Basketball Association record-setting 16th straight home play-off win, but the Warriors won't take time to celebrate the milestone.

"I think he's OK there", Kerr said after the game, via SF Gate .

The Rockets' margin of defeat Sunday was nearly identical to the number of fewer points scored by Eric Gordon, P.J.

Steph Curry, 30, was caught on camera yelling "This is my f***in' house", during Game 3 vs. the Houston Rockets.

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"He's good, and sooner or later he's going to erupt", D'Antoni said.

But Steph Curry's choice of words uttered during the third quarter is getting some attention, especially of one very important lady to Curry himself.

Kevin Durant spoke out a day later, saying it wasn't the first time Curry's uttered some choice words.

Curry's backcourt mate, Klay Thompson, thought it was hilarious. The Celtics shot 3-of-10 at the rim in the first quarter, shot 26 percent overall, and trailed 34-18 after one.

After failing to provide LeBron James with much help in the first two contests in Boston, the Cavaliers looked like a whole team again at Quicken Loans Arena as several members of the supporting cast provided valuable contributions.

Clint Capela added 13 points, while Chris Paul logged a 13-point, 10-rebound double-double for the Rockets.

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