September 28, 2022
The suns

The Golden State Warriors took care of business in the Western Conference Finals, eliminating the Memphis Grizzlies in six games. Meanwhile, the Dallas Mavericks and the Suns are still locked in a close struggle in the other Western Conference Semi-Finals matchup. The victor of Game 7 between the two teams will meet the Golden State Warriors in the WCF on Sunday evening. Steph Curry offered his views on Game 7 after his series-clinching triumph on Friday.

“I’m just going to be a fan. That was an incredible series. It was moving back and forth. Isn’t it true that the home team has won every game? So, in Game 7, we’ll see what happens. It’s been rather enjoying playing basketball at a high level. It’s difficult to compare the two teams. So I’ll probably speak about it on Monday or Tuesday when we find out who we’ll be facing. But for now, I’ll be a fan and enjoy watching two Game 7s on Sunday.” Steph said.

As Curry pointed out, the Dallas Mavericks and the Suns are two highly different teams.

Making any overall game plan creation for Golden State impossible until they know which of those two teams they will face in the Western Conference Finals. The Warriors will have the home-court advantage if they face Dallas. But if they meet the one-seed the Suns, Golden State will go to Phoenix on Wednesday. Steph will watch the game as a fan for the time being.

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