OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The defending NBA champions' date with destiny is in serious jeopardy. The Warriors are one game away from elimination. Let that sink in.
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A roster constructed with four All-Stars -- two of which are former league MVPs -- could be sent packing as early as Saturday. But it's not time to panic yet, despite the sentiment on social media.
The Warriors are considered 10-point favorites by Las Vegas oddsmakers to win Game 6 at Oracle Arena. They are historically tough to beat at home, and Rockets star point guard Chris Paul has been ruled out with a strained right hamstring.
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All things considered, the Warriors still have a good shot at advancing to their 4th NBA Finals in as many years. Head coach Steve Kerr certainly agrees:
"I feel great about where we are right now," he said after his team's 98-94 loss in Game 5. "That may sound crazy, but I feel it."
The Warriors host the Houston Rockets Saturday night at Oracle Arena. Tip-off is at 6 p.m.
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