The Golden State Warriors have tied the Western Conference Finals after their 118-91 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Stephen Curry helped the Warriors pull away late as he scored 15 points in a two minute stretch. Curry totaled 28 points to lead the way for the Warriors as they improve to 12-0 this season following a loss.

"We responded all year long, whether it was a bad loss or a sloppy win," guard Klay Thompson said. "We come back sharp the next game, and it's a testament to everybody on this team."

This game was a major bounce-back win for the Warriors who scored a season low 14 points in the 4th quarter of Game 1.

"Tonight, started off with a nice punch and was able to sustain it over the course of the game," Curry said. "When I get open shots, obviously the confidence is there to knock them down. It's been like that since I've been back. My body's catching up, and I think I'm there."

Kevin Durant scored a game-high 29 points for the Thunder; 21 of which came in the first half.

Game 3 is slated for Sunday evening in Oklahoma City.


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