“We saw how long that break was going to be and we wanted to take advantage of it,” Curry said.
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The Golden State Warriors have gotten used to going to the NBA Finals, and their win in Portland Monday night clinched their fifth consecutive trip.By the time Game 1 of the NBA Finals arrives in either Milwaukee or Toronto on May 30, it'll be a 10-day gap -- nine full off days -- between games for the Warriors.That matches the length of the break that the Warriors handled in 2017, and this marks the third time in this five-year run of finals trips that they've had at least a week off.Accruing rust is always a major concern during these days without games, but the Warriors surely feel the obvious advantage -- rest -- outweighs any drawbacks right now, especially after they were stretched to seven games by Houston last year in the West finals and only had two days off before the NBA Finals.Teams with at least a one-week gap before Game 1 of the NBA Finals are 14-11 in the series.
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