Found May 09, 2013 on Players View:

The Golden State Warriors fired back in Game 2 of their Western Conference semifinals series against the San Antonio Spurs.

After taking out the Denver Nuggets in the quarterfinals, the basketball world at large has wondered just how far the Warriors can travel on the back of Stephen Curry.

After dropping a heartbreaker in Game 1, the thought became ‘ the Warriors can hang with the Spurs. But can they finish them off?’ Another doubt was erased on Wednesday as the Warriors downed the veterans 100-91.

The good news for the Warriors is that the  crucial daggers did not come off Curry's fingertips.

Klay Thompson put on an aerial display hitting 8-of-9 from 3-point range.

Thompson double-doubled with 34 total points and 14 rebounds.

His performance helped the Warriors take home court advantage as they host for the next two games on Friday and Sunday.

The Warriors needed a boost from another name besides Curry who scored 22 points.

Thompson has been cold lately and it looks like he found his groove at exactly the right time.

Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 23 points and Tony Parker had 20.

Watch Klay Thompson’s Aerial Display 

Watch Stephen Curry Nail A 3-Pointer Off One Leg

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