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Stephen Curry on the Golden State Warriors mindset going into game 5

Steph Curry

After 4 games in the series against Toronto Raptors, the Warriors are surprisingly enough down 3-1 with game 5 taking place in Toronto. Despite being in control in the first half of the game, the Raptors made smart adjustments and took over control during the end of the third quarter. It also helped that Kawhi scored 17 points during that period.

The Splash Brothers were up for the challenge last night and they combined for 55 points, with Draymond almost getting a triple-double, however, that simply wasn't enough for the Raptors squad that had several players stepping up in crucial moments of the game.

After the game, Stephen Curry shared his thoughts about the current situation the Warriors have got themselves in and said they had similar experiences before which might help them get back into this series. Curry also said everybody will need to step up in game 5.

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"It's not over. It's not a good feeling right now obviously. But like I said we've been on both sides and for us, it's an opportunity to flip this whole series on the top of the head and you have to do one game at a time. It sounds cliche and for us, that's literally the only way we'll get back in this series and give everything we got in 48 minutes. Everybody needs to step on the floor in game 5 and in our locker room we were talking about believing. Everybody out there believes that we can get this done we can draw something from those previous experiences from back in the day and see what happens."

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