"He was sitting nicely on the sidelines". But there's got to be an inside threat, somebody else that can score for you.
Golden State Warriors' dominance of the NBA's Western Conference does not look like stopping.
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich gestures during the first half of Game 1 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Spurs in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, May 14, 2017. In Leonard's absence, the team has shot 37 percent from the field, including 8-of-30 from 3-point range, while the Warriors are connecting on 57 percent of their shots, including 24-of-54 from deep.
Against a team like Golden State, throwing the kitchen sink at him in the low block, life isn't as simple as "just go score". He notched six assists in just 15 minutes last month against Minnesota, five during a short second-quarter stretch. "You're talking a possible 70-win season", Green said. "And he'll probably get a lot more minutes down the stretch of this series, and he hopefully can continue to do the same".
Prior to Game 2 against the Spurs, which the Warriors won by the final of 136-100, Mike Brown told reporters that he was late to the press conference because he nearly got arrested while trying to pull into the arena. Unfortunately, you will be needing an authentication with your cable provider should you want to watch San Antonio Spurs vs.
Aldridge's approach played into the hands of the Warriors, who correctly gambled that the collection of role players, rookies and former Development Leaguers surrounding him would be no match for a team featuring four All-Stars.
Hayden remains extremely critical
The dangers of training on public roads have been highlighted in recent weeks by other accidents affecting professional athletes. "The clinical picture remains extremely serious and compared to the previous day there have been no changes".
The only thing that would make me happy is if the San Antonio Spurs file a lawsuit against the fan and the attorney filing said lawsuit for ignorance, stupidity and embarrassment to the organization and all sports fans everywhere.
"But I definitely took the wrong approach". But, got to play through it. "Because as soon as he released the ball, I turned around and tried to chase the rebound and see where the ball was going and then apparently he landed on my foot". If I scoot a little closer, they'll get a little scared because I know I'd get scared. I love this game, and I'm playing hard. "So Game 3's going to be tough for us". "Whether flattering to them or embarrassing to them, I'm going to say it". "Obviously I feel like I should be a first-team player, but it is what it is", he told reporters.
But the second half was the start of the end for the Spurs.
The suit, which was obtained by San Antonio's KSAT-TV, alleges Pachulia acted "intentionally" and "maliciously" when he "invaded the landing zone" of Leonard, resulting in Leonard having to leave the game in the third quarter while the Spurs were ahead by 23 points. The Warriors then went on an 18-0 run to win, 113-111.
Spurs forward David Lee said he talked to Leonard before practice, and center Pau Gasol said Leonard is working with the training staff to get treatment on his sprained ankle. After a loss like that, why wouldn't anybody be feeling a certain way until the next day? We didn't come to play. Leonard did not play in Game 2, and the Warriors won that one 136-100.