Warriors Vs Thunder Game 7

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Warriors Vs Thunder Game 7

The stage is set. After trailing in the Western Conference Finals series 3-1, the reigning champion Golden State Warriors have clawed back in the series and forced a Game 7 against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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Curry, Warriors cap comeback with Game 7 win. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson carried the 73-win Warriors right back to the NBA Finals, as Golden State beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 96-88 in Game. Stephen Curry’s point totals in Games 5, 6 and 7 — all Warriors wins as they overcame a 3-1 series deficit against the Thunder. Warriors’ NBA-best record this season (regular.

Golden State–who accumulated an NBA record 73 wins and just 9 losses–had fans think they’d roll through the 2016 Playoffs with ease. Little did they know, they’d go 11-and-5 in games played before Game 7. This series has been very odd. Superstar players could have extremely efficient games, then fall off the next game shooting under 40%.

In Game 1, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook combined to shoot 33.3% from the field and still snuck away with the win. Game 2 was a different story. Golden State came out firing from all cylinders, having seven players tally in double-figures, including 28 points and 5 three-pointers from Stephen Curry. Now tied 1-1, Oklahoma City would go on to win the next two games by blowouts. Game 3 was decided by 28 points, and Game 4 was decided by 24 points. With their backs to the wall, Golden State would fight back in Game 5 led behind 31 points from Stephen Curry, and 27 from Klay Thompson. The champions edged past Kevin Durant’s 40 points to now trail in the series by one game. In Game 6, Klay Thompson’s three-point borage led Golden State past Oklahoma City, 108-101, tying the series at three games apiece. Thompson’s 11 three-pointers are a new postseason NBA record.

According to a statistic by ESPN, teams that have forced a Game 7 after trailing 3-1 in the Division or Conference Finals have a 3-5 record all-time. It’s on you, Golden State.

Oracle Arena. Stephen Curry vs. Russell Westbrook. Klay Thompson vs. Andre Roberson. Harrison Barnes vs. Kevin Durant. Draymond Green vs. Serge Ibaka. Andrew Bogut vs. Steven Adams. Game 7. Cancel your plans. Take off from work. Kids don’t worry about homework. Tune in to watch one of the most electrifying playoff matchups in recent years go at it, to get one step closer to the crown.

Game 7 of the NBA's Western Conference Finals delivered in both action and viewership.

The Golden State Warriors 96-88 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder brought in an average viewership of 15.9 million for TNT on Monday night.

The highly anticipated win or go home match up between Steph Curry's Warriors and Kevin Durant's Thunder was cable's most watched NBA telecast of all time. It was also the the most watched program in the history of TNT.

The game peaked at 19.8 million viewers from 11:15 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. as the Warriors wrapped up the win.

Game 7 brought in big viewership in both the Bay Area and Oklahoma City where roughly 30% of the homes were watching the game.

TNT's NBA postgame show, 'Inside the NBA,' even saw big ratings bringing in an overnight rating of 4.8, the highest overnight rating for the show ever.

Overall, the game and the post game delivered the two top rated programs of the night across both cable and broadcast TV.

TNT, like CNN, is owned by Time Warner(TWX).

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Golden State's win now sets up what could be a blockbuster NBA Finals for ABC.

The Warriors will be taking on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday night. This pits the two biggest stars in the NBA (if not the entire sports world) in a rematch of last year's heavily watched Finals.

Horse betting games for android. The six games of the 2015 NBA Finals averaged 19.9 million viewers for ABC. This was the most watched NBA Finals for the network since it started airing it in 2003.

It was also the most watched Finals since 1998 when Michael Jordan's Bulls defeated the Utah Jazz.

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With attention surrounding James' attempt to end Cleveland's championship drought and the Warriors coming off a historic 73 win season, this year's number could easily top last year's.

Warriors Vs Thunder Game 7

CNNMoney (New York) First published May 31, 2016: 11:13 AM ET
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