Steph has a splash party to lead the Warriors to emphatic Game 1 win over the Blazers

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By 95.7 THE GAME

The Warriors took a 1-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals after Stephen Curry lead the team to a 116-94 win over the Trailblazers on Tuesday night at Oracle Arena.

Curry was feeling it from deep in the opener. He finished 9-15 from beyond the arc and 36 points. 

Steph's Splash Brother, Klay Thompson, started feeling it in the second half.

Play is never over when you're guarding Klay Thompson. Watch his movement on this set. Warriors go Elbow. Hood top locks the first screen so Klay just backcuts. Hood loses contact which isn't good. A little thing but Livingston sees him coming and screens for him cutting off. pic.twitter.com/0EpcW6kw5Z

— Steve Jones Jr. (@stevejones20) May 15, 2019

Klay finished with 26 points. 

AGAIN ---- @espn https://t.co/zbp8uw8q6r pic.twitter.com/OOezfFqbKB

— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) May 15, 2019

Quinn Cook provided big points off the bench and knocked down a couple triples.

Damian Jones even made his return in the final minutes. Head coach Steve Kerr didn't even realize that Jones was available to play until the team arrived at the arena before tip-off.

Good to have you back, @dameology -- pic.twitter.com/DojyC1kZQ2

— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) May 15, 2019

The Warriors are back in action on Thursday. Tip-off is at 6:00 pm and coverage starts at 4:30 pm with Warriors Live on 95.7 The Game.