"It's tough, but it's a long series", guard Patty Mills said.
"It could have gone either way". "I give our guys a ton of credit". The Spurs continued the dominant play they had in the close out game six against the Houston Rockets. His old coach, Gregg Popovich, believes West has found a ideal fit in the Bay Area alongside Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and the others, as hard as it is for Pop to see him in another uniform. I either take my shot or find an open guy. Game 1 saw the team come back from a 25-points deficit. That was the third time in two games for that injured ankle and that injury took him out for the remainder the game. "He plays hard. He's just trying to win". At the end of one quarter, the Warriors led 33-16.
The Spurs started the second half with much better energy and focus and began to slice into the lead, despite still having trouble hitting shots.
The lawsuit states Pachulia acted "without excuse or justification, intentionally and maliciously invaded the landing zone of an opposing athlete, Kawhi Leonard". Gregg Popovich's fiery comments and a 36-point Game 2 loss did little to calm Spurs fans' minds.
Brown said nullifying the streak shooting of the always moving Australian was one of the keys to the series. Then he responded to the media in a very intense tone after they asked if Leonard's injury impacted his team.
Every active player scored for the Warriors, with seven players reaching double digits.
Three members of the league-leading Warriors have been recognised in the All-NBA teams. Curry had the hot hand in the third quarter.
Curry dropped 15 of his 29 points and four of his six 3-pointers in the first 12 minutes.
Facing a Spurs team without NBA MVP candidate Kawhi Leonard, the Warriors were too good in their 136-100 victory on Tuesday.
Aldridge made it clear there would be no collapse from the Spurs despite their latest drubbing. Leonard came down on Pachulia's foot and sprained his left ankle. He finished with 26 points, eight rebounds, and three assists. He made 14 of 24 shots from the field and made 9 of his 11 free throws.
"It was huge. We need Kawhi to create and to score", said Manu Ginobili, who had 17 points off the bench for the Spurs.
On the bright side, the Warriors are probably comfortable enough with the margin that they won't feel compelled to injure anybody. "That's when we struggled". Curry also had seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals. "We have a good training staff. He's really added a dimension to our game this year to be able to play through him when he's out on the floor". If that goes anything like Wednesday at Oracle Arena, they can break the mark in Tuesday's Game 4.
GOLDMAN: But, Borgia says, Pachulia didn't extend his leg unnaturally or make a kicking motion, which, he says, would warrant a flagrant foul.
"I mean, Zaza is my teammate", he said.
"Somebody's got to teach him if the California Highway Patrol tells you to move, you move over", Popovich cracked. We're not that type of team. "We got here just in time. He loves to get to those elbows", coach Steve Kerr said.
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