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Warriors, Spurs will try to use break to rest and heal again

Warriors, Spurs will try to use break to rest and heal again Warriors, Spurs will try to use break to rest and heal again
Kristopher Love | 19 Мая, 2017, 06:12

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry signals after scoring against the San Antonio Spurs during the first half of Game 2 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, in Oakland, Calif.

The San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors Game 2 kicks off at 9:00 p.m. "We got here just in time".

Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green (23) drives to the basket as San Antonio Spurs' LaMarcus Aldridge watches during the first half of Game 2 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, in Oaklan. "Two games, now we're going back home so there are still a lot of reasons to believe".

A disappointed Popovich deems that as a group, his players never believed they could have won the game. "So I literally start to go and I'm going to get in the far left lane to go through where we all go through, and a cop out of nowhere pulls in front of me and goes, 'Hey you, stop!".

The 36-point Warriors' win is second to a 39-point victory for Philadelphia at St. Louis on April 6, 1948.

"It looked pretty collective to me".

"I'm like, 'Warriors acting coach, '" he said, pointing to the logo on his shirt.

Brown said he did the right thing by just cooperating. "The truth always quote-un-quote sets you free".

The Spurs made just 37 percent of their shots. That's pretty lame. So, call it like it is. "So, we know we're not taking their heart", he said after Tuesday's 136-100 rout.

Kawhi Leonard was out of the San Antonio lineup after re-injuring his ankle during the third quarter of the Spurs Game 1 loss. "Our best player is down", San Antonio guard Danny Green told reporters.

Pachulia left the game injured for a Warriors team already without key reserve forward Andre Iguodala, held out because of soreness in his left knee that limited him to 10 minutes in Game 1.

Starting center Zaza Pachulia was scheduled for an MRI exam Wednesday on his bruised right heel after an X-ray was negative.

Golden State quickly established its pass-happy, up-tempo style to take the Spurs out from the opening tip.

The Warriors outscored the Spurs 25-14 the remainder of the quarter, hitting the 100-point mark with a McCaw jumper to make it 101-70, 2:35 showing on the game clock and the outcome now well in hand.

The bench contributed a season-best 63 points.

"They came out with a sense of urgency tonight from the beginning and they did that for 48 minutes".

Klay Thompson, still struggling to find his steady shooting touch, had 11 points, six rebounds and four assists. So let's prove Spurs fans are more generous than Warriors fans!

Golden State is just the fifth National Basketball Association team to win its first 10 playoff games in a given postseason. Johnson started Game 3 but played only five minutes before missing the rest of the series.

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich wasn't sure if Leonard will be available for the game, saying that it wouldn't be until Friday or even Saturday until the forward's status is determined.

"I have no idea". "I'd probably list him as questionable. I think he's got a major responsibility in Game 3 to come out ask get something done". But I don't know.