Here's the most obvious example from Game 6:For every other player, a standstill, contested 30-footer early in the shot clock is an awful shot attempt. But Thompson isn't a normal player. He calmly sized up NFL 18 Coins Russell Westbrook, spread his legs in a non-shooting motionand buried the long ball right in his eye anyway. That shot deflated the Thunder and helped kick-start the Warriors' comeback that would've been that much more difficult if this shot missed its mark.

 

Thompson's fellow fire breather, Stephen Curry, made 13-of-26 from long range over the last two games, including 7-of-12 in the deciding Game 7 as part of a tour-de-force, 36-point performance. Curry had struggled mightily in Games 3 and 4 and wasn't quite himself from long range in Game 5, but it was only a matter of time before the three-point mojo returned.Like Thompson, Curry hit a handful of threes that are downright impossible:The two-time MVP's shake-and-bake verve was on full display in

 

Game 7. In addition to this Steph-back over Durant, Chef Curry routinely made mincemeat of Oklahoma City's bigs:Whereas most of Thompson's threes were in catch-and-shoot situations, the majority of Curry's were off the dribble, only adding to the difficulty level. All seven of his Game 7 threes were unassisted,per NBA, as were three of his six treys in Game 6. Nine of the threes came after three or more dribbles, and he shot 60 percent on those attempts,per Sport

 

VU.When the Warriors are playing pop-a-shot from three and their opponent is playing the rigged carnival game, it's nearly impossible to beat the defending champs. That makes the Thunder's overall level of play all the more impressive given how close both Games 6 and 7 were.Oklahoma City put itself in position to Cheap MUT Coins win both games by relentlessly attacking the offensive boards and protecting the paint with its length, athleticism and physicality. For more news,please visit the website https://www.mmogo.com/