Curry's 37 trumps LeBron's triple double as Warriors beat Cavaliers in Game 5 of NBA Finals
OAKLAND, CA - Stephen Curry turned in an MVP performance. So did LeBron James.
"He has the ball in his hands a lot and he's making big shots," Curry said of James' triple-double in the Warriors' 104-91 victory in Game 5. "You have to just stick with the program, don't get discouraged if he makes some shots - because he's going to."
Curry made more than a few himself, finishing with 37 points and several contested 3-pointers.
" They've been trapping a lot of pick-and-rolls so when I have an opportunity to go 1-on-1 I've got to be real aggressive, get (Matthew Dellavedova) off balance and shoot a 3.
"You've got to make those shots."
Now the Warriors are just one win away from another NBA title.
"Hopefully at the end of the day, come Tuesday, we can hold that trophy and be proud of that," Curry said. "That's all I'm worried about."
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