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Tackle Football Keeps Nuggets Alive

David Zalubowski/AP

Stephen Curry had a cold, cold look in is eyes for the last half of Game 5 on Tuesday, and he still had it in the locker room later.

He looked outraged after the Warriors' 107-100 loss to Denver. He looked bruised. Really, he looked like he was plotting vengeance.

And most of all, Curry looked like he wanted to play Game 6 right here, right now instead of having to wait until Thursday at Oracle Arena.

"Man, I'm not going to back down," Curry said calmly and icily after describing Denver's legal and illegal shots at him through the game. "It's fun -- a fun atmosphere, fun type of basketball. They're trying to do anything they can to get back in the series, so you've got to expect it."

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