The Cavaliers need a similar cold streak by the Warriors to win a game in addition to a torrent of three-point shots made by their squad, an nearly unfathomable combination of events for one game, let alone four.
If the Warriors pull off what would be their second road win of the series, they will face Cleveland in the Finals for the fourth straight season, an unprecedented matchup.
"Yes", he said, "because it's really hard". Curry knows that if the Warriors hope to return to the finals for the fourth straight year they'll have to get off to a better start in Game 7.
"They played a great series, they made us work for everything". They claimed their second championship in three years in five games.
Head coach Steve Kerr wasn't particularly thrilled to talk about it.
Brad Botkin: I will be shocked if this Cavs team gets even one game off the Warriors, who will get the breather they need in the Finals after being pushed to the absolute limit by the Rockets. "You always want to go into Game 7 with the best player, and we have the best player on our team going into a Game 7". Trevor Ariza was the flawless example of their shortcoming missing all 12 of his shots including nine coming from 3-point range.
After looking sloppy and discombobulated in the first half, the Warriors morphed back into one of the most explosive offenses in National Basketball Association history during the third quarter.
"Our talent took over", Kerr said.
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Tucker's three was the first of seven straight points for Houston which cut the lead to 89-83.
Yet Golden State flicked the switch after the break, and Curry and Durant soon began raining down buckets from distance.
The odds had appeared stacked against Cleveland, who came from 3-2 down in the series.
Golden State fought for a 101-92 victory in Game 7 Monday at the Toyota Center in Houston.
James, who entered with an NBA-record Game 7 average of 34.9 points, improved to 6-2 lifetime in Game 7s.
Golden State is outscoring opponents by 10.3 net points per 100 possessions while Cleveland has a net rating of 1.2.
James said halfway through the season he made up his mind that no matter what happens he was going to try and keep a positive attitude.
A Durant three-pointer tied it up at 61-61 and Curry then struck with a three of his own to give Warriors a 64-61 lead, the first time they had led since a fleeting 9-7 advantage early in the first. Curry went 5-of-6 from the field and 4-of-5 from distance as he logged 11 of the 12 third-quarter minutes.
Just as he did Friday, James looked exhausted at points during Game 7. Capela was a huge factor, hitting seven of eight shots for 14 of his 20 points in the first half.