OAKLAND -- Jarrett Jack called the Warriors' Game 6 closeout win against Denver the "best bad dream I've ever had."

The Warriors nearly blew an 18-point lead in the fourth quarter and were still trying to rationalize it the day after. For Stephen Curry's part, though, he doesn't want to go back and look at the video.

"No, I would not watch that," Curry said. "There was just too much torture going through it. I understand how I need to be to those better in those situations, just the emotions I had during it. I'm not going to let that happen again. But I'm not going to watch it."

Coach Mark Jackson did watch it, and he continued to be flabbergasted at what he saw upon further review.

"I'll tell you, it was bad basketball," he said. "I think it was just a young team that panicked. I wish I had in my coach's manual a way to explain it, but I don't think anybody's ever gone through that. We tried to give the game away, and it was bad."

Jackson did say he saw some good things during the horrific stretch that might have helped the Warriors salvage the 92-88 victory.

"The great thing about it is we needed a stop, we needed to make free throws, you needed to get a rebound, and we did all those things," he said. "So I will not allow a span of basketball to define who we are. I'm not going to panic. We'll go over it. We'll make sure we're prepared, which we were. It's just a young team that saw the finish line and got out of character. I don't think we'll see that again ... in the history of the game."