Curry hit seven three-pointers in all, including one to start overtime that gave the Warriors the lead for good.
Klay Thompson had 28 points for the Warriors, who trailed, 89-69, after three quarters, then outscored New Orleans, 39-19, over the next 12 minutes.
Anthony Davis had 29 points and 15 rebounds for the Pelicans, but his missed free throw with 9.6 seconds left — as the crowd chanted "M-V-P!" — allowed Curry's late three-pointer to tie it.
Davis had a chance to tie it in the final seconds of overtime, but Warriors center
The Warriors go for the sweep on Saturday in New Orleans. No
Chicago 113, at Milwaukee 106 (2 OT): Derrick Rose scored 34 points and
Butler got the second overtime off to a rousing start, intercepting a backcourt pass from Giannis Antetokounmpo and racing in for a layup. It set the tone for an 8-0 run that gave Chicago a 109-101 lead with 2:44 left to finally shake the pesky Bucks.
Rose atoned for a missed free throw with four seconds left in regulation that left the score tied. He scored six points in the second overtime.
Antetokounmpo had 25 points and
Cleveland 103, at Boston 95: The
Cleveland can complete the sweep of the best-of-seven first-round series Sunday in Boston.
Turner had 19 points and