Golden State Warriors
It’s been all bad news for the Wizards since the All-Star Break, most blatantly last night against the Golden State Warriors.
Brain Geltzeiler, from HoopsCritic.com, joined the Vinny & Rob show to breakdown the top stories from the hardwood.
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While the Love talk has been quieted, the Carmelo saga has been by far the biggest lighting rod of interest, especially with the LA Lakers entering the mix. However, Martin explains that Melo will most likely be staying home.
“Right now, it looks like it’s going to come down to the Knicks, the Lakers, and the Bulls. I think New York has shown that they’re still willing to make the moves to remain competitive in a weak eastern conference.”
I’ll not go into major depth but rather project what I think, or would like to have happen, for this years NBA postseason.
The San Antonio Spurs held off a furious final rally to beat the Golden State Warriors 94-82 in Game 6 on Thursday night and advance to the Western Conference finals.
Forgive the San Antonio Spurs if they aren’t that excited about holding a 3-2 series lead over the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference semifinals.
Harrison Barnes scored 25 points, Jarrett Jack added 20 and Carl Landry 16 for Golden State. No other Warriors player had more than nine points.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson placed a prominent poem by an unknown author in every player’s locker before Game 4 against the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday that had a simple title: Don’t Quit.
Klay Thompson scored 34 points, Stephen Curry added 22 and the Golden State Warriors withstood another furious rally by the San Antonio Spurs for a 100-91 victory Wednesday night.
Stephen Curry had 11 assists and was 18 for 35 from the field and 6 for 14 on 3-pointers for Golden State, which has lost 30 straight in San Antonio dating back to Feb. 14, 1997.