"That's what I expected to do, but just like my approach after every game is you don't get too high after highs, don't get too low after lows".
In this picture, Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors looks on during Game Three of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs against the Houston Rockets at ORACLE Arena on May 20, 2018, in Oakland, California. Kerr could go with much-improved big man Kevon Looney - he blocked two shots in the first quarter alone Sunday - to keep a couple of key wing players available off the bench in Nick Young and Shaun Livingston.
The 41-point victory was the largest in franchise history during the postseason, topping a 39-point win - 85-46 - by the Philadelphia Warriors against the St. Louis Bombers on April 6, 1948. "We didn't bring our best game". That may have contributed to Golden State coming out flat in a 127-105 loss in Game 2 after winning the series opener by 13 points. I hope we play great and them bad.
The 30-year-old struggled in the first two games with his shooting having gone a combined 2-for-13 in three-point attempts and it looked like his poor form was continuing into Game 3 as he was 1-for-7 in three-point attempts in the first-half.More news: Derby victor Justify in form as he looks to add Preakness
When Iguodala injured his knee Sunday night, he stayed on the court for 52 seconds before Kerr subbed him out.
"I thought it was unfair but we'll take it up with the league", Kerr said after Monday's practice. Iguodala did not speak to reporters on Monday, and the Warriors did not have an immediate update when Kerr spoke after the team's informal training session.
Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni admitted his team had been battered - but insisted they could recover. He is now 7 of 25 from long range - he made one in each of the first two games.
"He's good, and sooner or later he's going to erupt", D'Antoni said. "Obviously, do the opposite of what we did last game, but it's not hard at all".