Los Angeles Times

Warriors continue to thrive in third quarters

It took the Houston Rockets 24 strong minutes in Game 7 to build a double-digit lead. All their energy went into the first half Monday night, diving for every loose ball, fighting for every rebound, grinding for every point.

It was an exhausting style of basketball, but it was what Houston had to do with the season on the line.

But they knew

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