Warriors' Iguodala ruled out of Game 6 vs Rockets

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Before Chris Paul went down with a hamstring injury in the closing moments of Houston's Game 5 win over the Golden State Warriors, he was having one of the high points of his National Basketball Association career. Paul has led the Rockets to two straight wins to help give them a 3-2 edge over the Warriors.

"More than anything, I feel bad for Chris", Kerr said before Game 6 at Oracle Arena. "But I still think at the end of the day, we're a tough team and we can still find ways to win".

The Houston Rockets are one win away from clinching their first trip to the NBA Finals since 1995. I know exactly what I'm seeing out there, and we defended them beautifully tonight.

The defending champions suffered a 98-94 loss at the Toyota Center and now trail 3-2 in the Western Conference Finals series.

McCaw, 22, had a rough sophomore season before his injury, averaging four points in 16.9 minutes per game while shooting just 40.9 percent from the field. "The guy's a phenomenal player and competitor and pretty much willed his team the last two games".

Iguodala has a left lateral leg contusion, causing him to miss Games 4 and 5.

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Kerr added that guard Patrick McCaw will dress for Game 6 but didn't say if he would play. "We need a new challenge". An official update on his status is expected to come down the wire sometime on Friday.

Tune in for Game 6 Tomorrow at 9 P.M. The Warriors are in unfamiliar territory with their season on the brink of extinction.

Paul did not even address the media post game because he was busy receiving treatment.

A healthy Houston backcourt would probably still not be enough against Golden State Saturday night. Golden State had 18 turnovers.

The Rockets have played only seven players in each of the past two games.

Kevin Durant scored 29 points for the Warriors, who lost in Game 5 of a playoff series for just the second time since 2015.