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    Thumbs up Just keep winning!!! Game 9: Warriors (5-3) @ Spurs (4-3)

    VS





    Monday, November 23, 2017

    5:00 PM Pacific Time



    AT&T Center, San Antonio, TX





    PROJECTED LINEUPS



    The Dubs



    PTS/G: 121.0 (1st of 30) - Opp PTS/G: 114.1 (28th of 30)
    SRS: 9.70 (2nd of 30)

    Warriors regular season home record: 2-2
    Warriors regular season away record: 3-1


    Spurs

    Murray
    Green
    Leonard
    Aldridge
    Gasol


    PTS/G: 98.1 (27th of 30) - Opp PTS/G: 98.9 (5th of 30)
    SRS: -0.29 (217th of 30)

    Spurs regular season away record: 2-0
    Spurs regular season home record: 2-3

    Injury Update

    Spurs: Tony Parker (Quads, out), Kawhi Leonard (Quads, out)

    Warriors: Mookie Blaylock (left calf strain, questionable), Chris Boucher (Knee,
    out)





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    Warriors vs the world
    Warriors fans vs the haters


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    Spurs have lost 3 in a row including a couple bad losses. Keep the streak going ... These Spurs are not the old Spurs ... there are some young guys with some big PT. Stop LMA and it should be a win.

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    Spurs are up because they started off on a tear, but they can't stop klay

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    Down 5 going into the half.

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    The key to beating the Warriors is getting in the passing lane and crash the offensive glass. You are not going to score more efficiently, you need extra possessions. The Spurs are up 9 on the offensive glass and 2 on turnovers, those 11 extra possessions are why the game is close.

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    Green out with 5 fouls. Klay putting this team on his back.

    Iggy putting in work as well.

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    Good win, good game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    The key to beating the Warriors is getting in the passing lane and crash the offensive glass. You are not going to score more efficiently, you need extra possessions. The Spurs are up 9 on the offensive glass and 2 on turnovers, those 11 extra possessions are why the game is close.
    when you crash the offensive boards and dont come up with the ball- the warriors are going to score every time when the defense isnt balanced. 70% of warriors turnovers really have nothing to do with what the defensive strategy is- thats what is so frustrating.

    warriors have a ton of talent, they brought back basically their entire rotation, the same coaching staff, the same system- and they were playing at a high level very recently relative to all the teams that went out before the finals- theres really no excuse for them to be this much out of sinc. everyone says it is understandable- but I just dont see it that way

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    when you crash the offensive boards and dont come up with the ball- the warriors are going to score every time when the defense isnt balanced. 70% of warriors turnovers really have nothing to do with what the defensive strategy is- thats what is so frustrating.

    warriors have a ton of talent, they brought back basically their entire rotation, the same coaching staff, the same system- and they were playing at a high level very recently relative to all the teams that went out before the finals- theres really no excuse for them to be this much out of sinc. everyone says it is understandable- but I just dont see it that way
    Kerr specifically told everyone to not work on their games this offseason. Some of them have played nearly 300 games in the last 3 years and he's pushing back against the mental and physical fatigue. The biggest issue is their defensive rotations and plain old effort ... but the last 2 games it's clear they are rounding in to shape again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    Kerr specifically told everyone to not work on their games this offseason. Some of them have played nearly 300 games in the last 3 years and he's pushing back against the mental and physical fatigue. The biggest issue is their defensive rotations and plain old effort ... but the last 2 games it's clear they are rounding in to shape again.
    LMAO thats complete BS- they had a summer league team for crying out loud

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    Kerr specifically told everyone to not work on their games this offseason. Some of them have played nearly 300 games in the last 3 years and he's pushing back against the mental and physical fatigue. The biggest issue is their defensive rotations and plain old effort ... but the last 2 games it's clear they are rounding in to shape again.
    LMAO thats complete BS- they had a summer league team for crying out loud
    Lol you do know he's pulling ur leg right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    LMAO thats complete BS- they had a summer league team for crying out loud
    And Curry, Klay, KD, Green were on the summer league team?

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