The Houston Rockets moved to within one win of their first NBA Finals appearance since 1995 with a 98-94 victory over the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 at the Toyota Center on Thursday night.
After the game, both teams had plenty to say.
Mike D'Antoni on Chris Paul's Hamstring Injury: "We'll See"
D'Antoni Impressed With Rockets' Toughness
Santa Fe HS Victims in D'Antoni's Heart After Win
Steve Kerr: Final Turnover a 'Tough Break'
Kerr Confident Despite Game 5 Loss
Kevin Durant: "We'll Be Ready to Play" In Game 6
Klay Thompson: "It's Not Time to Panic" After Game 5 Loss
Draymond Green on Final Possession: "We Were Supposed to Score"
Warriors Not Focused on CP3 Injury Entering Game 6
James Harden: CP3 "Was Built" For Big Shots
Harden: Rockets Out to Prove People Wrong
Stephen Curry on CP3's Shimmy: "It Was Well-Deserved"
Curry: Good Offense Beats Good Defense Any Day of Week
The series now shifts back to the Bay Area, where the Warriors will look to stave off elimination on their home floor after falling behind 3-2 in the series. Game 6 tips off Saturday night at 9 p.m. ET.