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The San Antonio Spurs dominated the Golden State Warriors in Game 3 of their Western Conference semifinals series.
Tony Parker and Tim Duncan combined for 55 points Friday, to lead the veteran Spurs unit to a statement 102-92 win.
Despite the loss, the play of the night came in the form of a huge jam from Andrew Bogut.
Video: Andrew Bogut with the big slam over San Antonio
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The Warriors-Spurs series has been a wild one, but if Stephen Curry has to miss any time for Golden State, it may also wind up being a short one.
Curry sprained his left ankle with five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter of Game 3 Friday night. Curry came down on the ankle awkwardly and was noticeably limping for the remainder of the action. Curry elected to stay in the game...
San Antonio Spurs swingman Danny Green skied up for a huge slam against Steph Curry, who with a sprained ankle never had a chance.
Tony Parker says he originated the floater made popular by many of the league’s smaller point guards when he was a child, “I got copyrights on that.”
According to the NY Times:
It is unclear who first shot a teardrop, or who first called it that. Some credit Bob Cousy, a Boston Celtics star of the 1950s. Others point to Hank Luisetti, a Stanford player from the 1930s known...
With 4:49 remaining in the fourth quarter, the San Antonio Spurs were less than five minutes away from taking a commanding 3-1 series lead over the Golden State Warriors Sunday in Oracle Arena.
Then, the Spurs held an 80-72 lead over the Warriors, but a change was coming for the silver and black. In those final 4:49 minutes the Spurs went cold and were outscored 12-4 as the Warriors...
The matchup of the game for Game 3 will be between Tim Duncan and Andrew Bogut.
Tim Duncan scored 23 points and 9 rebounds in Game 2 while shooting 9-20 (45%) from the field. Duncan will likely have to be more of a factor on the offensive end in the post, which would force the game to slow down to the San Antonio Spurs' advantage. Bogut was the opposite and has been for the...
On this week's episode of the Spurscast, Jose Grijalva joins me to talk about the Spurs' series against the Golden State Warriors. We try and pinpoint some things the Spurs can do to make sure they steal at least one game in Oakland. We're also looking for some of your feedback, so if you have some tips for the Spurs to slow down the Warriors, email me at kyle@projectspurs...
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In the final minutes of last night’s Game 3 loss to the San Antonio Spurs, shooting guard Stephen Curry aggravated his left ankle injury, according to Monte Poole of The Mercury News.Curry suffered the injury when he collided with Spurs guard/forward Danny Green. He hopped away from the collision, and he was clearly hobbled by the tweaked ankle. He remained in the game, but it...
Stephen Curry scored 22 on an injured left ankle, Harrison Barnes had 26 points and 10 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors rallied past the San Antonio Spurs 97-87 in overtime Sunday to even the Western Conference semifinal at two games apiece.
Jarrett Jack added 24 points in reserve and Andrew Bogut grabbed 18 rebounds to help the Warriors overcome an eight-point deficit in...
After losing home-court advantage in the second round of the Western Conference playoffs on Wednesday, San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker had an interesting comment regarding the series between the Spurs and Golden State Warriors.
“If you want to win in the playoffs,” said Parker after game two, “you have to win on the road.”
Parker and the Spurs did just that...
After being outplayed by Steph Curry for the first two games of the series, Tony Parker came back with a vengeance in Game 3 at Oracle Arena last night.
The San Antonio Spurs guard went off for 32 points and led his team to 102-92 victory over the Golden State Warriors, and to add insult to injury, he made this crazy circus shot.
Check the video out here:
H/T to Pro Basketball...
The San Antonio Spurs are suddenly the team with a relaxed point guard who can dominate, and the Golden State Warriors are back to worrying about theirs.
Tony Parker cracked jokes and declared he'd ''definitely'' start before he rested face down on a table for a massage on his bruised left calf during San Antonio's practice at the University of San Francisco...