The Warriors on/off splits with Draymond Green are frighteningly absurd.
My 91-year-old grandmother was watching Spurs at Suns on NBATV on Saturday night. Scouting potential Warriors' playoff foes. No off nights.
Over about 21 minutes with Draymond Green at center, the Warriors outscored Boston by 28 points.
The Warriors in the fourth quarter had one player at least 6-foot-8 play, and that was Harrison Barnes for two minutes.
Draymond Green said he was laughing on the bench when the Warriors were down 26 like Derek Anderson did.
Isaiah Thomas on the atmosphere at TD Garden when Celtics built their big lead against Warriors: http://t.co/gebQKLinMI
Warriors overcame a 26-point deficit to beat Celtics. It's tied for the largest comeback of the season (with Grizzlies' Nov. win over Kings)
Warriors emerge with 106-101 triumph over Celtics. Main takeaway for Boston: Will give fits to any opponent if it finds way to playoffs.
Steph Curry with the shot(s) to ice the Warriors comeback win, 106-101, over the Celtics.
The Celtics beat the Hawks and are testing the Warriors. I'd say Brad Stevens is doing something right this season.
Ha, half the Warriors flexed on the court after Andre Iguodala got past Isaiah Thomas all the way in for the layup.
Warriors erased 26-point deficit, but Celtics rookie Marcus Smart with 28-foot rainbow from Somerville puts Boston up 99-98 with 1:37 to go.
Eventually, the Warriors' ball movement is going to expose and exploit your defensive weakness.
Celtics 26-point lead over the Warriors is now a 2-point deficit with 3:26 to play.
28-point turnaround here at the Garden. Celtics led by 26 in the second quarter. Warriors now up 96-94 with 3:26 left.
About that lead ... Warriors and Celtics are now tied.
Just 29 points in 19 minutes for the Celtics in the second half. Warriors have clamped down defensively quite well.
Warriors have cut Celtics lead to 5 points early in the 4th. Still plenty of time for anything to happen.
Warriors adjust to Center Jerebko lineup with Draymond Green at the 5.