Regardless of who wins tonight, this series has been very good. Both teams have their stars, but those stars are complimented by a number of role players who have each stepped up throughout the series.
Golden State has been getting production from a number of players in addition to Stephen Curry, who leads the way with 21 points and eight assists per game. But he's had a lot of help as Klay Thompson, David Lee and Andre Iguodala have all scored over 13 points a night and Draymond Green and Harrison Barnes have averaged over nine.
Barnes is actually hitting threes (38 percent on the series) and Green has been the glue guy, making timely plays on both ends of the floor while allowing Golden State to play small without giving up defense.
Chris Paul is the Clippers' floor general and Blake Griffin is a star/highlight machine, but various guys have increased their production. DeAndre Jordan looks like a legitimate All-Star center, blocking 25 shots through six games and completely taking advantage of the hole on the interior left over by an injured Andrew Bogut.
J.J. Redick and Jamal Crawford have each had their moments, pouring in a combined 27 three-pointers. Darren Collison has performed admirably spelling Paul, and Matt Barnes has provided the same type of glue for Los Angeles that Green has for the Warriors.
The worst part about a Game 7 is that it means these two teams are done playing each other.
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