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Thursday, May 16
He's still on the ground, guys.
Harrison Barnes down on court after nasty fall; maybe landed on his hip??? very quiet in Oracle
He's still down. Whole team is gathered around.
Barnes was in the air for some reason while Diaw drove. Clipped Boris on the way down, landed awkwardly. Right on his hip.
Steph won't let the Warriors go away. Give the guy credit.
Gary Neal and Tiago Splitter have combined for all 12 Spurs points in this quarter.
Tiago Splitter having his best run of series; one thing U can say about TS: He's got onions
This is the best Splitter has looked since Game 3 at L.A. Looks like he's moving better.
Ezeli in foul trouble; Bogut in the locker room. Here comes Beidrins.
Tony Parker, though overall optimistic about his calf injury, said at shootaround the pain has migrated to his Achilles. Worth watching.
Festus Ezeli picks up his third foul, forces Bogut back in. This is a net win for GSW, except how hurt is Bogut?
The thing about Harrison Barnes ... 25 and 26 from him have not been enough to outscore Spurs in regulation past two games.
Spurs had nine assists on nine field goals in the first half. Which is good ball movement.
1 qtr. in the books at Oracle; SAS (47.4 FG pct.) 21, GSW (44.4 pct.) 19; Duncan 7 pts., Curry 5
Spurs lead 21-19 after 1Q. Maybe it's the threat of deadline already looming, but felt like it took an eternity.
Tony Parker and Danny Green seem to have a difference of opinion over who was supposed to step out on Curry there.
Spurs: Parker, Green, Leonard, Duncan, Splitter. Warriors: Curry, Thompson, Barnes, Ezeli, Bogut.
If WCF starts Sunday, Game 2 will be Tuesday. Then a long break. Games 3 and 4 in Memphis wouldn't be until Saturday and Monday.
Official NBA confirmation of that Sun-Tue-Sat-Mon WCF sked if Spirs win tonight
Rumor floating at Oracle; if Spurs win G. 6 WCF games will be Sun., Tue., Sat., Mon.
Spurs v Warriors 1030pm eastern...ESPN tune in
Mark Jackson begins an answer in pregame presser with "When we win tonight ..." We see what you did there.
What Spurs know about Sunday: They'll be playing an afternoon game at AT&T; what they don't know: G. 7 vs. Dubs or G. 1 vs. Griz
Anybody gonna be surprised if the Grizz are in the Finals? Not me.
Not for nothing, but Memphis became favorite in that series when Westbrook went down. Silly to suggest otherwise.
Feel silly handicapping Spurs-Memphis already. Except Grizzlies are really, really, really good.
Think on relay refs see the foul they missed?
These phone commercials kill me I would think everyone not apple should just bow out. If it ain't Mac it ain't jack.
Wednesday, May 15
I love angry Charles.
Seriously? Does anybody believe that Nate Robinson can knock a full speed Lebron James backwards? Will they fine LBJ for flopping?
I have visions of a 55-year-old Pitbull playing the county fair, singing "Don't Stop The Party." Don't know if this makes me happy or sad.
So, you know, mark your calendars.
So to summarize: Spurs could be playing either Golden State or Memphis on Sunday at either 2:30, 7 or 8:30. Or not playing at all.
If Spurs and Memphis both finish their semifinal series in Game 6, Game 1 of the WC finals would tip at 2:30.
If Spurs are playing the only Game 7, it would tip at 2:30 p.m.
If only Spurs and OKC are still alive, Spurs-GSW Game 7 would tip at 7 p.m.
If only Spurs and Bulls are still alive, Spurs-GSW Game 7 would tip at 2:30.
If Spurs, OKC, and Miami are all still alive on Sunday, Spurs-GSW Game 7 would tip at 8:30 p.m.
NBA playoff scheduling notes from while I was in mid-air (prepare for a string of convoluted Tweets) ...
Since Game 2, this series has had the look of "one team has figured the other one out."
In terms of math, GSW about 50-50 to win Game 6. Need answers on offense, which has generally been garbage since Game 2.
San Antonio -> San Fransisco ✈ "One more/last time..."
If spurs, griz win G 6 western finals begin Sun., per NBA
Jeff and Monroe are in the air now, so for you Spurs fans: G1 of WCF starts Sunday if SA and Memphis both win Game 6s.
sometimes the only thing that really matters, is yourself.
Teams in that scenario are 88-11 all-time in eventually winning series. They are 50-49 in Game 6. So about 50-50 this goes 7.
Spurs might not be a lock for West finals yet, but ... team who wins Game 5 in tied conference semis winds up advancing 88.9% of the time.
Buen partido!!hemos jugado concentrados todo el partido, necesitamos uno mas el jueves pa cerrar la serie!!
Great effort from everybody!! We need another good one thursday!! Lets go!! Grande jogo! Jogamos na pegada o jogo inteiro! Quinta tem mais!
Curry is hurt. Parker isn't really. Leonard has put Klay Thompson on a milk carton. What happens next feels inevitable.
In all seriousness, Kawhi Leonard has completely taken Klay out of this series.
Anybody know why the Warriors waived Klay Thompson after Game 2? Haven't seen him since.
Duncan 14 and 11; Green 16 points and good defense
Bonner and Blair about to come in for Duncan and Green
Patty Mills nails a 3 ... BoBo Diaw waves a towel
Tim Duncan checks back in ... go figure
Tuesday, May 14
Ws have 11 turnovers this half and Spurs have forced most of them with manic defnese
Ken Mauer correctly rules that was NOT a shooting foul; Spurs ball out of bounds after this TO with 5:18 left
Spurs lead 83-72 heading to 4Q. Gonna hole up and file that game story that has to be filed in 89 minutes. Let me know how it turns out.
Warriors feeling a little desperate here. And if Jefferson hadn't buried that corner 3 to steady things, would be in serious trouble.
Also ... Cory Joseph is having a really nice game. Except for that free throw. But everybody misses those.
Jarrett Jack must really hate the Spurs. Did the Coyote once eat his dog or something?
Hope Curry didn't re-injure his ankle, dribbling off it and all.
Danny Green sorta admitted this morning chasing those guards around on D can wear you out on O. Think that's happened to Klay Thompson.
Yeah, Tony's fine.