Nearly 80% of home teams win Game 7 in
"Obviously, we'll be at home, but you just can't lean on being at home," Rivers said. "That obviously hasn't worked well in this series. So it's going to be the team that plays the best. I've said for years it's a make-miss league and Game 7's are the ultimate make-miss games."
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It's been an incredible series so far, with two of the games coming down to the final seconds, and all but one of the games being decided in the fourth quarter.
The winner of Game 7 will go on to play the
Here is a short recap of all of the games up until this point:
Game 1 -- Clippers win, 107-92
The Spurs cut the Clippers' 18-point lead to nine after
But the Clippers responded with a 7-0 run to retake a comfortable double-digit lead, eventually taking their biggest lead of the game at 20 points.
Game 2 -- Spurs win in overtime, 111-107
The game came down to the final seconds in both regulation and overtime. With the score tied at 94-94 and only 1.9 seconds left in the fourth quarter, Chris Paul missed a potential game-winner, sending the game to overtime. With 5.2 seconds left in overtime and the Clippers down by five points,
Game 3 -- Spurs win, 100-73
The Spurs never trailed and led by as many as 37 at point while Chris Paul had more turnovers (six) than assists (four) and made only three of 11 field goal attempts for the Clippers.
Game 4 -- Clippers win, 114-105
There were 18 lead changes and nine ties.
After playing terribly in Game 3, Paul led all scorers with 34 points on 11-for-19 shooting and had seven assists and only two turnovers.
The Clippers led by as many as 14 points in the fourth quarter before
Game 5 -- Spurs win, 111-107
With just over five seconds left, and the Spurs up, 108-107, Blake Griffin's contested floater in the lane rolled off the rim. DeAndre Jordan tipped it in with 4.9 seconds left, but the bucket was waved off for offensive goaltending.
The Spurs got possession and the Clippers immediately fouled
Game 6 -- Clippers win, 102-96