Warriors fall to the Rockets, 112-108, sending series back to Oracle tied 2-2


The Warriors dropped back-to-back games in Houston and now the series is tied 2-2. 

Despite Kevin Durant dropping 34 points and Stephen Curry finishing with 30, the Warriors fell, 112-108, at the Toyota Center in Houston.

The storyline was similar to Saturday's game except this one didn't go into OT. The Warriors missed layups, got killed on the glass, and the Splash Brothers are struggling from beyond the arc. 

Steph and Klay finished a combined 5-for-20 from beyond the arc. Curry hit a couple big triples at the end of the game but the Warriors couldn't complete the comeback. 

STEPH!! pic.twitter.com/ZvxGNyA359

— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) May 7, 2019

This was Durant's seventh 30-point game this post season. He is a monster.

ooooh that's nice KD-- #NBAonTNT pic.twitter.com/ofV4zbQBDu

— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) May 7, 2019

James Harden was on one and he finished with 38 points. When he is on like that, he's tough to defend. 

James Harden getting his revenge on Draymond Green pic.twitter.com/xlc2LhuvWp

— gifdsports (@gifdsports) May 7, 2019

Just like Saturday, P.J. Tucker and the Rockets dominated the Warriors in rebounds. They had 13 offensive rebounds and the Warriors only had 8. 

The Warriors are back home on Wednesday and look to take a 3-2 lead. Tip-off is at 7:30 pm and coverage starts at 6 on 95.7 The Game.