during Game Five of the 2015 NBA Finals at ORACLE Arena on June 14, 2015 in Oakland, California. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of Getty Images License Agreement.

Tonight the Golden State Warriors have a chance to close out this series, but the MVP of the NBA knows that he has to play well tonight.

The Golden State Warriors star in Steph Curry knows that if his team win, all the naysayers will be quiet and can’t say nothing during the off-season because it will not be nothing anybody say. A lot of the talk about Curry not playing well and Draymond Green scuffles on the court will be done and over with. If Golden State win tonight, it will be an year from today that they won the championship on Cleveland home floor.  If the Warriors lose, it will be really an bad look if Cavaliers go back to Oracle and win. That will be the first time that an team came back  from being down 3-1 in the finals.

The MVP admits that this is the biggest game of his life, via USA Today. Below is what Curry said about that:

“Yeah, we have a chance to win a championship, so definitely the biggest game, and I’m ready for it.”

He also admitted that he understands that basically he has have an great performance for his team to win tonight’s game in order to be champions for a second straight year:

“I want to honestly play better and more consistent, but the situation is right now we’re one game away from winning a second championship, and I personally have 48 minutes to do what I need to do to help my team win,” Curry said. “So right now you could kind of get lost in (the criticism). But at the end of the day if I’m sitting here tomorrow night with another trophy and celebrating with my teammates, we can talk all day.”

With Green back, the Warriors look to play better and Curry looks to try to have an big time game to close it out in Game 6.