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Rockets seek first win against Warriors in Game 3
The Houston Rockets return home for tonight's Game 3 of the Western Conference final, trailing the Golden State Warriors 2-0 in a series in which both of the Rockets' losses have been close.
The Warriors won Tuesday's series opener 110-106 and again edged the Rockets 99-98 in Game 2 Thursday night. But the Rockets made both games close behind superb guard play from their point man, James Harden. Harden led all scorers with 38 points on Thursday while NBA MVP Stephen Curry led the Warriors with 33.
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