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The Warriors are noticeably more under control at the Toyota Center
Man, the Warriors are going hard right now. Reminds me of Game 2 vs. San Antonio two years ago. Just total attack mode.
Remember when people in the preseason wondered if Andrew Bogut would avoid contact?
Shaun Livingston used that timeout as a chance to go out on the court and get a feel for the game ball.
Warriors 6 baskets, 5 assists, 3 of them by Draymond Green.
Howard dunked that so hard. That 35 years of wanting and wanting ...
Harrison Barnes gets the first go at trying to defend James Harden.
With Ariza on Curry, others are bringing the ball up
Was that a pass from Draymond?
Draymond Green end sup on Harden on the switch. Barnes on him now
That was a transition switch. It's Barnes on Harden.
Draymond on Harden?
Trevor Ariza begins the game defending Stephen Curry.
One Rockets fans forgoes wearing his free T shirt in favor of coming in a full Superman costume.
Dell Curry http://t.co/cpo0YxkA4p
Looking forward to locking in on Warriors-Rockets Game 3. Track records count, yet everyone's slate wiped clean. Time to be open-minded.
Welcome to the Toyota Center, where the court is dwarfed by the giant video board. http://t.co/eDgWG6Cmeu
Toyota Center seems about 3/4 full.
A fan in a Chef Harden apron just did the stirring motion thing.
Good view only slightly marred by the lack is easy gummi bear access http://t.co/QWtZpeTvR9
Rockets cheerleaders are handing out the supposedly homemade signs in the arena to fans, one of which reads "Rockets Power Dancers are Hot."
I don't travel with the Warriors during the regular season, but I doubt Stephen Curry has been booed much ever. He just was here.
Game 3 starters: GSW -- Curry, Thompson, Barnes, Green, Bogut; HOU -- Terry, Harden, Ariza, Smith, Howard. Out: Speights; Beverley.
The two-ball drill http://t.co/NcTFPGGD7V
Warriors rep giving out Strength in Numbers tees to Dubs fans at the Toyota Center
Steve Kerr said he isn't concerned about Klay Thompson's offensive woes. Said Klay usually bounces back
Asked about his relationship with Daryl Morey, Kevin McHale said: "That's like the third relationship question. What is this, Oprah?"
Kevin McHale after taking one too many questions on relationships: "What is this, Oprah?"
Kevin McHale said he'll play center Dwight Howard (left knee) "as much as we can."
So is Jon Gruden doing this game? http://t.co/hnXmaBusTv
Warriors game story from behind bars in San Quentin: sanquentinnews.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/san-qu…
Asked Curry what Kerr calls the play where he dribbles for 23 seconds and then shoots over somebody. "No No No No Yes," Curry said.
Ha, Ron Adams: "Sometimes I'm writing when Steph makes a great shot, and it's irritating to me. I have to do my job, too."
What did Steph Curry do during the long delay yesterday? He went and hit balls on the range, of course.
Steve Kerr said reserve forward Mo Speights (right calf) continues to improve, but he won't be ready to play in tonight's Game 3.
Steve Kerr generally on the questions about the flight delay: "You guys are making too big a deal out of this." (Paraphrased.)
Stephen Curry said he went to the driving range and still had time to get home for a little bit during yesterday's flight delay.
My love for Warriors fans can't be questioned. Just for you, and because we go way back, I'm gonna golf again today. Selflessness.
The Warriors landed in Houston about 10 p.m. CT last night.
James Harden on Warriors assistant Ron Adams: "That’s one of my closest friends...I know he has something up his sleeve over there."
James Harden talking about growing up near Klay Thompson."He was a late bloomer,but he's turned into a great shooter and a terrific player."
Howard was asked about Harden's confidence level following the final play of Game 2. "Why would his confidence be down?He had a great game."
Dwight Howard said his left knee feels better than it did going into Game 2. "I don't even want to think of it as an injury."
Houston Rockets playoff shirts create the candy cane effect. http://t.co/hQ5h13f9SI
The Warriors are 1-1 in Scott Foster playoff games: Won Game 3 in New Orleans, lost Game 2 to Memphis at Oracle.
Warriors-Houston Game 3 refs are Scott Foster, Jason Phillips and Zach Zarba. Road teams are 9-1 in Foster-called playoff games so far.
It's been a long day but we finally made it to Houston....
It's the Score. Of. The. Game. If that's too mysterious or anger-inciting for some, I cannot explain it any further.
The resistance to it--vs. the worship of points-rebounds--is odd, because plus/minus takes defense into account. Or maybe not so odd.