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Houston beat the Golden State in the third game of the 41-point series by James Harden1-07-2019
James Harden scored 41 points, and Eric Gordon added 30 to the Houston Rockets victory with 126:121 after a sequel to the Golden State Warriors. With the success of `missiles` reduced their lag behind 1:2 victories in the semi-final series in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association.
Harden played his strongest game since the start of the series, despite the ongoing problems with his left eye. The host`s guard ran a series of important baskets in the last quarter and mostly in the sequel to return the intrigue to the semi-final.
Houston played a very strong first half, and the hosts led 9 points at 58:49.
Kevin Durant, who had only 12 points to the break, played after the break. The winger ended the match with 46 points and held his own team in the match because of the problems that Steph Curry and Clay Thompson had in the shooting. Curry finished 17 points in shooting 7 of 23, while Thompson remained 16 points.
The guests were near to the end of the regular time when Andre Iguadola scored a three-point for 112:110 46 seconds before the end, but James Harden equalized with two well-executed penalties. Then Durant could score a defeat, but missed and the game came in for another five minutes. In them Harden was above all, realizing 7 of the 14 points for his team.
In addition to Harden and Gordon, Chris Paul, who finished 14 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists, made a very good match for the winners. Clint Capella added 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Ian Shumpert with 10 points from the bench.
For the Golden State guests, Draymond Green finished with a triple-double with 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, while Iguodalla scored 16 more points. A problem for the `wars`, however, was the weak output of the players on their bench, which ended with a total of only 7 points.
The fourth game of the series is again in Houston on the night of Monday to Tuesday.
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