Steph Curry Blames Himself For Warriors 2016 NBA Finals Loss

Steph Curry Blames Himself For Warriors 2016 NBA Finals Loss

Durant has missed the Warriors last seven games with a strained right calf, but Golden State has won six of those games with their only loss coming in Game 1 against Toronto.

The Golden State Warriors, fueled by an 18-0 run to start the second half, stormed back from a double-digit deficit to build an advantage Toronto couldn't make up, ultimately tying up the series at one game apiece. Durant was set to some work on the court later Tuesday at the practice facility.

Their status for Game 3, to be played Wednesday night back at Oracle Arena, wasn't clear when a hint was revealed early Tuesday afternoon via media availability news.

Steve Kerr updates the recovery timetables for Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson. He said he didn't see himself missing a game.

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Guard Klay Thompson practiced two days after sustaining a mild strain to his left hamstring that forced him out of Game 2. If there's pain, that's a no go [because] this could be a longer series. "I look back and think I could have easily gone around [Kevin Love] and gotten a 2, and we could have gotten a stop, and then I could come back down and hit another shot, and we win another championship, instead of me going for the hero shot, which I felt like I could make. If it continues, I will play tomorrow night".

The superstar player has been sitting on the sidelines since suffering a calf strain in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets.

The best of seven final is now tied at 1-1.