Warriors coach Steve Kerr felt after Game 3 of the 2017 NBA Finals that the Cavaliers were getting tired, and that it helped his team rally late for a 118-113 win.Following a rampant 11-0 run in the last 2 minutes and 18 seconds of the game, the Golden State Warriors secured one of their biggest wins of the season in a come-from-behind 118-113 Game 3 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday night.After a war at Quicken Loans Arena, Curry and company will have to reload with only one day of rest before meeting their rivals again for Game 4 of the series on Friday at 9:00 p.m. EST. He wasn’t going to lose that game and the look in his eyes as he put down the three showed the side of a man that’s ready to win his first NBA Championship.Durant’s pull-up three-pointer over LeBron James with 45 seconds remaining gave the Warriors their first lead since late in the third quarter and silenced what had been a raucous crowd.”Obviously K.D. made some huge plays down the stretch”, said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr.”Even when you’re playing well, you got to play like A plus plus, because they’re going to make runs and they’re going to make shots and they have guys that are going to make plays”, he said.”I played against some great teams, but I don’t think no team has had this type of firepower”. “We’ve got one more to go”. Not team has ever overcome a 3-0 deficit.With three minutes left in the game, the Cavaliers led by six points, but failed to point a point on the scoreboard in the final 180 seconds, while Golden State continued to pile on the points, led by Kevin Durant’s 14 points in the final quarter.