Found May 05, 2013 on Project Spurs:
The San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors will kick off their Semifinal series this Monday in San Antonio -- a city that has not been kind to the Warriors. Golden State has not won in San Antonio in 16 years which makes Game 1 that much more daunting for the Warriors. The Warriors arrived in San Antonio yesterday and rookie Draymond Green spoke about the team viewing the trip as a "business trip" and said the team's losing streak in San Antonio is nothing to be worried about. Check out what Green had to say about the series versus San Antonio.
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