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So much for easing back from a knee injury: Stephen Curry, off the bench, played 36 minutes and scored Golden State’s first 12 points of overtime.
Overachieving Portland isn’t rattled: It was in a similar situation when it was down by 2-0 to the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round and stormed back for a 4-2 series win.
Stephen Curry nailed a 3-pointer in overtime and gestured to the crowd, exclaiming over and over: “I’m back! I’m back!”
Stephen Curry scored 17 of his 40 points in overtime as the Golden State Warriors rallied for a 132-125 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday at the Moda Center.
Through four games of the Eastern Conference semi-final series between the Miami Heat and the Toronto Raptors, three went to overtime.
Reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry returned from a right knee sprain for Game 4 of Golden State’s playoff series against the Trail Blazers on Monday night.
Brian Shaw doesn't expect to get interviewed for the Knicks' job, feeling Phil Jackson already has his guy to run the triangle in Kurt Rambis. Shaw, who sources say will be under consideration for the Pacers' head-coaching position, figured to be a candidate for the Knicks job, too. But sources close to Shaw, a former…