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The dream of USA dominating world football has been a dream for years. But structural and cultural issues ensure it won’t happen anytime soon
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- Golden State guard scores 35 points with five three-pointers
- Warriors win 126-85 to take 2-1 lead in Western Conference finals
Stephen Curry got his groove back to score 35 points with five three-pointers, shooting over James Harden and driving past the Houston star as the Golden State Warriors made a second-half statement to beat the Rockets 126-85 on Sunday night for a 2-1 lead in the Western Conference finals.
Kevin Durant added 25 points, six rebounds and six assists, while Draymond Green grabbed 17 rebounds to go with 10 points and six assists. The Warriors won an NBA-record 16th consecutive home postseason game, surpassing the Chicago Bulls’ mark of 15 in a row in the early 90s.