Steph Curry and Klay Thompson kept the Warriors away from elimination. Curry scored 31 and Thompson got 27, Andrew Bogut and Draymond Green both collected double-doubles. Bogut, the Warrior’s center, scored a playoff high of 15 points, he also got 14 rebounds. Marreese Speights had 14 off the bench, and Andre Igoudala got 8 points 8 assists. Golden State shot 31 for 34 from free throws, and had seven blocks. OKC collected 26 fouls and 17 turnovers but shot 43% from three. Kevin Durant scored 40 points while Westbrook netted 31. KD played 45 minutes and Westbrook played 41. The Thunder bench combined for only 13 points while the Warrior’s bench scored 30. Steph’s defense was great in the fourth, first he blocked one of Kevin Durant’s shots and later stole it from him. Curry scored his 1,248th career postseason point in the third passing Wilt Chamberlain for second place on the franchise’s playoff scoring list. “None of us want to go home,” Thompson said. “We’re having to much fun out there.”Steph Curry had five steals and Klay Thompson had his 11th 20-point game for the second straight postseason. “We just did what we’re supposed to do. We’re supposed to win at home,” Curry said. “We know what we still have to do going forward…. We knew if we didn’t wen we were going home. There’s no other motivation you need.” Golden State will now travel to Oklahoma City for an exciting game six. On Saturday night all Thunder and Warrior fans will show up for this awesome game six. With the Dubs still facing elimination they’re going to have to be ready to take on the OKC Thunder.