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Rockets try to even series of blowouts

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) One thing is clear through three games of the power-packed Western Conference finals between a Golden State team that has won two of the past three championships and a Houston team that had a league-best 65 wins.

If either team is off its game, a blowout could ensue.

The Rockets found themselves on the wrong end of that equation in a 126-85 defeat in Game 3 that was the most lopsided loss in their postseason history and the biggest win ever for the Warriors, who took a 2-1 series lead.

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Rebounds Per Game
Rank Name RPG
1 A. Drummond, Det16.0
2 D. Jordan, LAC15.2
3 D. Howard, Cha12.5
4 K. Towns, Min12.3
5 A. Davis, NO11.1
6 E. Kanter, NY11.0
7 J. Embiid, Phi11.0
8 C. Capela, Hou10.8
9 N. Jokic, Den10.7
10 R. Westbrook, OKC10.1
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Blocks Per Game
Rank Name BPG
1 A. Davis, NO2.57
2 C. Capela, Hou1.85
3 M. Turner, Ind1.82
4 J. Embiid, Phi1.76
5 K. Durant, GS1.75
6 A. Drummond, Det1.63
7 D. Howard, Cha1.62
8 J. Henson, Mil1.43
9 G. Antetokounmpo, Mil1.41
10 J. Nurkic, Por1.41
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