Spurs deal Dubs ‘slap in the face’

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Behind 35 points from Kawhi Leonard, the Spurs spoil Kevin Durant’s Golden State debut. OAKLAND, Calif. – The game had long been decided Tuesday night, and Oracle Arena half-emptied out, when Spurs guard Jonathon Simmons squared up Golden State rookie Patrick McCaw at the top of the arc. In two dribbles, Simmons exploded into the paint and rose toward the …

San Antonio Spurs: A Guide To Beating The Warriors.

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  When the San Antonio Spurs fell in the second round to the Oklahoma City Thunder last season, everyone knew that changes would be coming to the organization. After all, most assumed that the Spurs would meet up with the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals all season long. The Thunder were still a respected team, but the …

How Spurs Can Challenge Warriors In Potential WCF.

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  The San Antonio Spurs’ 48-game regular-season home winning streak ended Sunday night with a letdown performance against the Golden State Warriors. It was a narrow 92-86 loss against the defending champs, but for a squad hoping to even the series and gain a bit of confidence for a likely Western Conference Finals matchup, it didn’t cut it. San Antonio’s …

Spurs’ Aldridge aims for Golden State repeat.

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  OAKLAND, Calif. — LaMarcus Aldridge’s two games against Golden State this season have been a tale of extremes. In the Spurs’ 120-90 loss at Oracle Arena on Jan. 25, Aldridge managed a season-low five points on 2-of-9 shooting and was flummoxed by 6-foot-7 Warriors forward Draymond Green. The Spurs All-Star bounced back two months later, scoring 26 points with …

Tony Parker now says Spurs won’t rest, ‘everybody’s playing’ against the Warriors.

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  The Spurs and the Warriors will face each other twice in the final four games of the regular season, but there was a very good reason that fans weren’t wasting their time in getting too excited. San Antonio is notorious for resting its best players in situations like these. Part of it is Gregg Popovich wanting his older guys …

Forget 73 wins, the Warriors can still lose No. 1 seed to the Spurs.

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All season long, the Golden State Warriors have been the No. 1 seed in the West. But after losing to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday, the Warriors could possibly be surpassed by the San Antonio Spurs and fall to the No. 2 seed. For Golden State to lose the top seed, a whole lot of factors have to happen though. …

The Spurs Are Not Far Behind The Historically Dominant Warriors.

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The 2015-2016 NBA season has been the season of the Golden State Warriors. Coming off an NBA title, the Warriors opened up the season by winning their first 24 games, an NBA record. After the streak came to an end, their winning ways have not deserted them. The Warriors have been demolishing their competition and with only eleven games remaining, …

Gregg Popovich’s Scheming Threw The Warriors Off Their Game.

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The Spurs dealt the Warriors their seventh loss of the season last night down in San Antonio, and held the Dubs to just 79 points in the process. Those who switched over from college basketball hoping for a more exciting game probably would have had more fun sticking with March Madness, since the Spurs made the game an ugly, slow, …

San Antonio Spurs Have Gained Mental Edge Over Golden State Warriors.

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The San Antonio Spurs made a point on Saturday night. They would never admit it, because they have been trained to not give the media material or their opponents motivation; but the Spurs know what they did. They gave the Golden State Warriors some serious business on Saturday, and the race for the Western Conference’s best team is up in the …

Steph Curry was 8 years old when Warriors last won in San Antonio.

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  The Golden State Warriors are 59-6, on pace to become the most dominant juggernaut in NBA history. They’ve demolished just about every team they’ve faced this season and appear as unstoppable as any group in recent memory. But this Saturday they travel to San Antonio, where the Spurs are undefeated. Walking out with a win won’t be easy, especially …