Steph Curry says Chris Paul doing shimmy on him was 'well deserved'

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Chris Paul did his best Steph Curry shimmy dance after hitting a shot in his face during the Houston Rockets' Game 5 win against the Golden State Warriors.

"I think Klay may have been in the far right corner so we had the floor spread".

On Friday, the Rockets announced that Paul will miss Game 6. "But I think whoever can buckle down and get stops consecutively and create opportunities with their defense is going to win or have a chance at winning games".

"Obviously you saw him limp off, and he's a tough guy", D'Antoni said. "They'll do whatever they can do". "If he isn't, it's time for somebody else to step up". It's only right that we do it a different way to set a new chapter. "We'll just continue to take it day to day.".

Down by one with less than 15 seconds left, two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry missed one of his patented running lay-ups.

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The Pelicans reached the second round with a sweep of the Portland Trail Blazers, before the Warriors beat the Pelicans in a second-round series in five games.

Paul hit his first basket at the 9:43 mark of the second half, a 3-pointer that lifted Houston to a 52-49 lead. He also had seven rebounds, six assists and three steals.

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"I feel great about where we are right now", Kerr told reporters at the end of the game, according to ESPN. Paul has led the Rockets to two straight wins to help give them a 3-2 edge over the Warriors. "I hope he's healthy". James Harden was held to 5-of-21 shooting from the field and 0-of-11 from beyond the arc, and the visiting team still wasn't able to capitalize.

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