Video: Jordan Bell’s sick put-back slam off Stephen Curry miss
The Golden State Warriors pulled away from the Houston Rockets in the second half to take Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals. Jordan Bell put an emphatic exclamation point on the W with this sick put-back jam after a miss by two-time MVP Stephen Curry:
Jordan Bell is a rookie. A second round pick pic.twitter.com/xVXPb0C4fR
— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) May 27, 2018
With less than five minutes left in the fourth and final quarter, the Warriors had already amassed a 20-point lead over the Rockets and the game was already settled. The rowdy crowd at the Oracle Arena were already going crazy and the monstrous jam from the 23-year-old rookie gave them yet another thing to roar about.
In typical Warriors fashion, they separated themselves from the Rockets in the third after outscoring them 33-16. They turned it into a blowout after allowing only nine points from their opponents in the final frame and scoring another 33 points to end the game with a final score of 115-86.
The lopsided scoreline does not fairly reflect the overall flow of the game as the Rockets actually had a 17-point lead against the Warriors in the first quarter.
Game 7 of this thrilling series will be on Monday in Houston and surely both teams will be leaving everything on the floor as they look to secure a place in the NBA Finals.
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