"I give our guys a ton of credit".
Game 3 is on Saturday, May 20. I see no reason at this point to pretend that the ex-Trailblazer is anything that he's not.
Oh, down in San Antonio, it's going to be more than a dogfight.
He re-aggravated the ankle in game one on a three-point shot attempt by stepping on a teammate's foot who was sitting on the bench.
Aldridge's move is similar to what Pachulia did while closing out on Leonard during Game 1 Saturday, but the result was Leonard re-injuring an already sore ankle and forced the San Antonio star guard to miss Game 2.
The Warriors should get another nice boost from coach Steve Kerr, who is well enough that he plans to travel with the team to San Antonio on Thursday.
Through the regular season and even into the postseason, I've been surprised at how often Aldridge has come up with key rebounds when the game is on the line.
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"You have to believe". Coach Popovich will still be feeling filthy about his best player in Kawhi Leonard, but he didn't hesitate to criticize his team's lack of belief in themselves as they really didn't put up a fight after falling behind early.
The Spurs, who led by 23 points in the third quarter when Leonard left the game, lost Game 1. While those numbers are still dominant, they pale in comparison to the Warriors' margins in the second half. I dont know how much it will carry over Game 2 to Game 3 going back to their place, Curry said. That's just the way we always feel. "But I have to play through it. Take my shot or try to find an open guy".
Just look at how they went and handled the Houston Rockets after getting blown out in the first game of their last series.
Scores of Spurs fans have joined head coach Gregg Popovich in a chorus of condemnation of Warriors center Zaza Pachulia for his role in reinjuring Kawhi Leonard's ankle. Michael C. Wright of ESPN wrote about the Spurs troubles in Game 2, and quoted Aldridge on his poor performance.
There is a common theme to every close playoff game that the Warriors have played so far this season.
"It's fun to watch". You've got to understand exactly the things that we did better tonight. He had 26 points, eight rebounds, three assists, and two steals before heading to the locker room in the third. With the money he is being paid to be a superstar on this team, there is no excuse to put up that type of performance against the best team in the National Basketball Association during the regular season. I think he's one of the best players in this league, and I wish him all the best to get healthy. And then an SUV pulls up, and I hear them over the loud speaker: 'Hey, you, in the Range Rover.
That being said, this series against the Spurs is unlike any other.