The Warriors have been strong in the past to promote the Grizzlies to the Western Conference Finals.

After struggling with injuries over the past few seasons, the Warriors looked like Friday night’s old championship team. They used an overwhelming offensive stretch in the fourth quarter to advance into the West, beating Grizzlies (110-96). Conference finals for the first time since 2019.

After the Grizzlies lost Ja Morant to a bone bruise to his knee at the end of Game 4, Memphis was motivated in Game 5 to take down Golden State and draw the series by a 3-2 margin.

However, advancing to the playoffs is not easy, especially with a team with a winning bloodline for the Warriors. Despite a 30-point night from wing Dillon Brooks, the Grizzlies were unable to stop the Golden State during the declining minutes. That’s because the three-point offensive led by Steph Curry and “Game 6 Klay” Thompson turned out to be too much for the visitors. Overcome.

Golden State withdrew after beating Memphis 32-19 in the fourth quarter, with the Splash Brothers playing a big role.

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Thompson hit a 3 of 8 on the night to finish the team high of 30, while Curry hit a 3 of 6 for 29. Andrew Wiggins pitched 18 points and 10 rebounds.

The Warriors await the winner of Sunday’s 7th match between the Mavericks and the Suns in Phoenix. If the Suns win, Golden State moves to Phoenix for the first leg of the conference final next week. If Dallas wins, the Warriors will host the Mavericks and have a home court advantage.

For now, Golden State is resting and waiting for their next opponent as they have four wins left until the NBA Finals.

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