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It was that kind of night for the Golden State Warriors.
“Incredible win for us,” coach Mark Jackson said. “We had everything going against us. They had all the momentum. Guys really stepped up and made plays.”
“I had missed a couple in regulation and a couple in overtime that I felt were good, so I just knew to keep shooting it, and thankfully it went in,” Curry said.
“That’s not the first time he made that shot,” Calderon said. “It was pretty close. He’s a great player. If we made a couple of shots, we would have won.”
The Mavericks called timeout, but the inbounds pass failed to connect as time ran out.
Dallas had a three-point lead until Thompson made a 3-pointer with 1:01 remaining in regulation. He also hit a 3-pointer from the right corner with 2:18 left in overtime to pull Golden State within a point at 117-116.
“(O'Neal) was fantastic - finishing at the rim, diving to the hoop, setting screens, forcing them to defend,” Jackson said. “He makes arguably the biggest play of the game with the blocked shot. He’s an incredible basketball player that’s had an incredible career, and he’s finishing it his way.”
Dallas dropped from seventh in the Western Conference to ninth, a half-game behind Memphis and Phoenix in the final two playoff positions. Golden State, No. 6 in the West, moved two games ahead of the Grizzlies and Suns.
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