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The Warriors find themselves in familiar territory with a series deficit of three games to one vs Los Angeles Lakers.
after Golden State104-101 losing Game 4 to L.E Los Angeles On Monday Night at Chase Center, the Warriors found themselves on the brink of elimination again, this time with a huge hill to climb if they hope to advance to the Western Conference Finals.
Speaking to reporters after the Warriors’ loss Monday night, guard Steve Curry was asked if Golden State would use its past experience of overcoming a 3-1 series deficit to Oklahoma City Thunder into the 2016 Western Conference Finals as they embark on their unlikely journey.
“You definitely use it as a confidence we can figure out,” Carey said. “Obviously you’re just focused on winning game five and taking it from there, you can’t progress quickly to the end. But we have great confidence in our ability to take the good things from tonight and protect our home ground. That’s all we can do for now. The positivity must be kept with how difficult it is.” Tonight. A long way to go.”
Lakers Center Anthony DavisSpeaking with Spectrum SportsNet’s Mike Trudell on the court after Monday’s game, he explained what he expects to see from the Warriors as the series returns to Chase Center for Game 5 and why the Lakers can’t take their foot off the gas.
“We know what the environment is going to be like,” Davis said. “Their field is roaring, their crowd will be on their side with a 3-1 down. Obviously, they’ll come out with a lot of speed, a lot of energy, a lot of urgency and desperation. We have to do the same to shut it down, we know this team is dangerous, no matter on the road or in Home We have to make sure we come out with the right mindset to close it out.
“We saw on the other side, they were going 3-1 and losing the series, but also, I don’t know if you guys remember, they lost 3-1 to OKC with [Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant] And he ends up winning the series. It’s not over, it’s not the first of three, it’s the first of four, and we have to come out with the same mentality as Wednesday.”
On Tuesday’s episode ofthe Draymond Green Show,” the Warriors forward explained what good Golden State did in Game 4 that will be important in keeping the Warriors’ playoff hopes alive and why he expects the series to go so far.
“We are continuing to keep DiAngelo [Russell] “Getting out of the series is going to be very important,” Green said, “going into tomorrow’s game and the rest of the series, where we expect it to be seven.” go seven. Like I said, I trust where we are, I trust who we are and I think that’s what’s most important in this situation. I trust who we are, and I trust the dogs I’m in with. We should always have faith in that and know that in the toughest of times, we will make it through. This is what we stand on, this is what we are about, this is what we were about, and this does not change now.
The Warriors, with their backs to the wall, must win three straight games in order to avoid elimination. They have done this before and will look to draw on that experience again.