Curry shines as Warriors crush Spurs, lead series 2-0

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The Warriors took full advantage of Kawhi Leonard's absence, bombing the uninspired Spurs with 18 three-pointers en route to a 136-100 trouncing that gave them a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. He finished the game with four points, two assists and a rebound in seven minutes, and he had an MRI on Wednesday that came back clean, per an ESPN report.

"That's just been the message all year, just play with urgency and start the game off with some energy and throw the first punch", Durant said. "Because if we don't we could end up losing the game". "You can go back and look at Dallas games where he got a flagrant two for elbowing Patty Mills". I don't think it was one guy who didn't believe and he infected everybody else or anything like that. "I'm like, I've got five cops around me, so I just stopped", Brown said. "The truth always quote-un-quote sets you free". You can't sugarcoat it or - if we had just made a couple shots, we could have been right there. So, call it like it is. We didn't come to play.

Vasquez and his co-plaintiff, Who's On Second-a sports memorabilia store in San Antonio-are asking for damages up to $73,000, which they state is an estimate of the combined losses for both plaintiffs but also, quite ridiculously, 73 is the "sum of the jersey numbers for Spurs legends David Robinson (51), Tim Duncan (21), and that of injured current star Kawhi Leonard (2)".

Golden State now leads the series 2-0. Davis Bertans had 13 points off the bench.

"He's shooting two or three feet behind the 3-point line", Durant said of Curry.

Shaun Livingston scored in double figures for the first time this postseason with 10 points for Golden State.

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But the fact that Simmons stood almost alone was only San Antonio's issue for one night.

Stephen Curry agreed, despite the fact that Pachulia has been the subject of derision in San Antonio following coach Gregg Popovich's tirade regarding the veteran center's tight close-out on Leonard on a corner jump shot.

"I have no idea". "Just depends on how the ankle heals", Popovich said. "I'd probably list him as questionable".

"It's not what I expected-I'm disappointed", Popovich said. "I think we've maybe felt it too much, Kawhi (Leonard) being gone, in the sense that, as I watched, I don't think they believed". I'm like, 'Hey, I'm being bullied by Oakland PD or San Francisco PD in my own building, my own parking lot.' So I start to go a little bit, and another one pulls up: 'Hey, you!

"The only way I can process this is that I think it's not O's and X's or rebounds or turnovers or anything like that", he said.

Minutes after the 2017 NBA Draft Lottery ended, the Western Conference Finals kicked off as Leonard sat out due to an an ankle injury sustained in Game 1. The Lakers' title hopes suffered a devastating blow when Magic Johnson injured his hamstring in Game 2 of the Finals.

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