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Dubs fans looking to snatch up tickets after Warriors big win against Rockets

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Splash Brother Klay Thompson rained threes and the Warriors crushed the Houston Rockets in Game 5 Wednesday, making their way into the second round of the NBA playoffs.

Splash Brother Klay Thompson rained threes to lead the Warriors to a big win over the Houston Rockets Wednesday night.

For the Rockets, the end came swiftly, as Steph Curry cheered on the sidelines.

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"I felt it from before the tipoff, we had great focus in the locker room, we did not want to make a trip halfway across the country, so it was a whole team effort tonight," Thompson said.

"It was obviously a game with a lot of joy and a lot of good plays from various people and Steph was having a great time," head coach Steve Kerr said.

Fans can breathe a sigh of relief after the team's big win at Oracle Arena, even without Curry.

More than 19,000 people packed the arena, wearing bright gold shirts.

Without Curry, it was Thompson who led the way and the series win was a team effort. "We have to be more solid, which we have been. Last couple games in particular and it's good for our guys' confidence. I think what pleases me the most is that every guy on our roster contributed in this series," Kerr said.

Curry is not only heavily favored to win the MVP trophy again, but there's word he could get all the votes. This would be the first unanimous MVP victory ever.

Fans can't wait to see him back in action. "Whoever we play next round we need Steph, definitely. And beyond that to get the championship," Warriors fan Willie Jow said.

The Dubs sent the Rockets home and now fans are thinking ahead.

"I think it was incredible without Curry doing what they did, they came together as a team. I can't wait 'til the next playoff game," San Francisco resident Eduardo Segura said.

The Warriors will play the winner of the Portland Trailblazers-LA Clippers series.

Curry is out with a knee injury and is letting it heal before he plays again.

The rest of the team stepped up big time and the final score was 114 to 81.

Tickets for the first three home games of the Western Conference Semifinals go on sale on Thursday.

Season ticket owners, priority wait list members and American Express cardholders can take part in presale events Thursday.

The first presale event begins Thursday, April 28, at 10:00 a.m. exclusively for the team's season ticket holders, with an additional presale event for the team's Season Ticket Priority Wait List members beginning on Thursday, April 28 at 2:00 p.m.

A presale for American Express cardholders will take place on Thursday, April 28 at 4:00 p.m. and a final presale will be held for Warriors Insiders on Friday, April 29 at 10:00 a.m., before tickets are made available to the general public beginning Friday, April 29 at 2:00 p.m.

Fans will be able to purchase single game tickets for the team's first three home games of the Western Conference Semifinals at Oracle Arena, exclusively online at warriors.com.

Fans interested in securing playoff tickets by joining the Season Ticket Holder Priority Wait List, which currently has over 27,000 members, can still do so by calling 888-GSW-HOOP.

Fans interested in taking part in the exclusive Warriors Insider presale can sign up at warriors.com/insider.

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