By Anne M. Peterson

The Associated Press

Conference finals

Warriors 4, Trail Blazers 0

Game 1: Warriors 116, Blazers 94

Game 2: Warriors 114, Blazers 111

Game 3: Warriors 110, Blazers 99

Game 4: Warriors 119, Blazers 117

PORTLAND — The Golden State Warriors swept their way to a fifth straight NBA Finals, getting triple-doubles from Stephen Curry and Draymond Green in a 119-117 overtime victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night.

Green had 18 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists, and he made a key 3-pointer in overtime. Curry added 37 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists. He and Green became the first teammates to have triple-doubles in the same playoff game.

The Warriors will face the winner of the Eastern Conference finals between Toronto and Milwaukee. The Bucks lead that series 2-1 with Game 4 on Tuesday night in Canada.

The Warriors erased another big deficit, coming back from 17 down after erasing an 18-point deficit in Game 3 and a 17-point hole in Game 2.

“We’ve been here before. We’ve seen everything, every experience you can imagine. So we relied on that,” Curry said.

Playing without the injured Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala and DeMarcus Cousins, the Warriors became the first team to reach five straight finals since the Boston Celtics went to 10 in a row from 1957 to 1966.

Damian Lillard, playing with separated ribs, had 28 points and 12 assists for Portland. He missed a 3-point attempt as time ran out in the extra period. Meyers Leonard added a career-high 30 points along with 12 rebounds.

The Warriors were up 114-113 in the extra period after Green missed the first of a pair of free throws. C.J. McCollum’s jumper from out front briefly gave Portland the lead, but Alfonzo McKinnie’s basket put Golden State back ahead and Green made a 3-pointer to push it to 199-115 with 39 seconds left.

Lillard made a layup and Curry missed a jumper to give Portland back the ball. Facing stifling defense from both Green and Klay Thompson, Lillard could not get off a shot on a drive to the basket but the ball went out of bounds in the scramble. The Blazers got it back with 3.3 seconds left, but Lillard’s final shot missed.

For the third straight game the Blazers led at the half. They stretched the lead to 17 points in the third quarter, but the Warriors went on a 12-0 run to close within 95-90 early in the final period.

Green’s long baseline jumper gave the Warriors a 108-106 lead with 3:30 left. Lillard’s 3-pointer put the Blazers back ahead, and Leonard’s dunk extended it to 111-108 with just under two minutes to go.

After Thompson’s 3-pointer tied it up again, both Curry and Lillard missed 3s. Curry made a 3 from the corner with 10.7 seconds left, but he was called for traveling first and the basket did not count.

Lillard’s challenged layup bounced around the rim and out, and the game went to overtime.

Iguodala was out because of a sore left calf. The veteran swingman, who is averaging 10.1 points in the playoffs, was hurt in the second half of Saturday’s Game 3 victory.

It was not known how long he would be out, but the Warriors said an MRI Sunday was clear.

Golden State was already missing Durant because of a sore right calf. It is unknown when the two-time NBA Finals MVP will return.

Lillard separated his ribs in Game 2 but was playing through the pain. He averaged 33 points in the first-round playoff series against Oklahoma City, hitting a series-clinching 3-pointer in Game 5, but he struggled against Golden State’s defensive focus on him.

Portland, playing with urgency in an elimination game, pulled in front 30-28 in the opening quarter on McCollum’s layup and free throw, but Curry answered on the other end with a step-back 3-pointer.

Portland went ahead 59-50 after back-to-back 3-pointers from Leonard, who finished with five 3s in the first half.

Curry hit a 3-pointer with 2.6 seconds left in the half to close the Warriors within 69-65 at the break.

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