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Rockets' bricks build Warriors' road to fourth consecutive NBA Finals

HOUSTON - The Indiana Pacers went to the seventh game of the first round, but they couldn't get in the way. The Toronto Raptors won 59 games, but they couldn't stop it. The Boston Celtics were game, shaking off injuries to their two biggest stars, but a great story couldn't prevail of the greatest talent.

The San Antonio Spurs were old and battered, and they weren't much competition. The New Orleans Pelicans weren't talented enough. And the 65-win

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