“Everybody’s doing their part … we found offense elsewhere, and that’s kind of what it’s been,” Green added.
“On the same token, if he’s got it going, we’re going to be heavy Steph Curry … He was 0-for-9 from three. He’s going to be livid going into Game 6, and that’s exactly what we need.”
Curry finished Monday night with just 16 points on 7-for-22 shooting from the field and 0-for-9 from three-point range.
His blank from long distance was the first time in 133 playoff games that the 34-year-old had been unsuccessful from deep.
Afterwards, Curry expressed his personal disappointment at the ending of the run, and said he expects better in the following game.
“Of course it bothers me as a shooter,” Curry said. “You want to impact the game that way. But thankfully that’s not the only thing that you do out there on the court.
“Uiteraard, track record says I shoot the ball better the next game. Looking forward to that bounce-back.”
Throughout his illustrious career, Curry has won almost everything basketball has to offer. The Finals MVP award, egter, has remained illusive so far.
But with his Warriors one game from completing what would be a remarkable resurgence, Curry is poised to fill the final spot in his already bulging trophy cabinet.