Curry: “Thompson’s injury hurt us, although I admit my mistake”

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Curry: "Thompson's injury hurt us, although I admit my mistake" Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors talks to the media after game six of the NBA Finals Championship between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, USA. US, on June 13, 2019. The Toronto Raptors won the series, and they won the first championship title for the team. EFE

 Oakland (USA), .- Stephen Curry lived his worst night as a professional with the Golden State Warriors, who lost the sixth game of the NBA Finals by 110-114 and gave the title of champions to the Raptors of Toronto, in a match in which the base missed eight seconds from the end the triple that could have given the victory to his team.

“The reality is that we have not had any luck with the injuries, the last of Klay (Thompson), when we played better as a team it hurt us enormously”, declared Curry at the end of the game, the last one played at Oracle Arena in Oakland, which was inaugurated in 1966.

“We did not have luck, but until the end we have chances of having achieved the victory and force the seventh game,” said Curry, who finished with 21 points but was “designated” as responsible for the defeat for his mistake in the triple final .

“I admit that I failed the basket that could have been decisive, but at the same time I do not think that having lost the title means that our five-year-old brilliant career is over,” Curry said. “What we have achieved has been something exceptional and that is precisely why we are going to continue on the right path.”

Curry, who was outscored in the individual duel with Kyle Lowry and reserve Fred VanVleet, who scored 26 and 22 points, respectively, is now 0-8 in field goals in the playoffs in the last 20 seconds of the game. matches.

“I do not pay attention to that kind of statistics, I admit that I failed when I had the responsibility to make the decisive shot, but that’s what happens in this sport, sometimes the ball comes in and sometimes not,” Curry said. “Now we must turn the page and especially think about the full recovery of our injured colleagues.”

Curry showed that he fit the loss well by communicating fun with rapper Drake, the Raptors’ number one fan, who called him on the phone as he left the legendary Oracle Arena field for the last time.

Giving way to another stage of its history, starting next season the Warriors will play in their new field built in San Francisco, the Chase Center. (EFE)

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