Three reasons the Warriors can win without Steph Curry
A statistical look at the Warriors’ 121-94 win over the Rockets on Sunday:
1: Number of three-pointers made by the Warriors’ Stephen Curry, who left the game with a sprained right knee.
6: Points scored by Curry.
7: Three-pointers by the Warriors’ Klay Thompson.
9: Assists by Shaun Livingston of the Warriors in 23 minutes off the bench.
15: Rebounds by Houston big man Dwight Howard.
18: Points scored by the Warriors’ Draymond Green.
18: Points scored by Houston star James Harden.
18: Assists by the Rockets.
18.5: The Rockets’ shooting percentage from three-point land.
19: Points scored by Howard.
19: Minutes played by Curry.
21: Three pointers for the Warriors, an NBA playoff record.
21: Margin by which Golden State outscored Houston in the third quarter (41-20).
22: Missed three-pointers by the Rockets.
23: Points for Thompson.
38: Assists by the Warriors.
39: Bench points for Houston.
52.5: Warriors’ three-point percentage.
56: Bench points for the Warriors – 22 of which were scored by Andre Iguodala.
Compiled by Chris La Marr