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NBA : First Half Matchup
Saturday 5/20/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
 First Half Results



GOLDEN STATE (77 - 15) at SAN ANTONIO (69 - 27)
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Saturday, 5/20/2017 9:00 PM
Western Conference - Finals - Best of 7 - Game 3 - GSW Leads 2-0
Board First Half
GOLDEN STATE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games77-15-1846-4339-52116.059.149.4%52.7103.853.243.2%52.0
Road Games35-10-11.423-2116-29113.456.847.9%51.9105.254.543.6%53.2
Last 5 Games5-0+33-24-1117.456.649.9%54.2100.251.041.0%49.0
Playoff Games10-0+76-47-3117.157.849.2%54.2100.151.841.0%50.4
GOLDEN STATE Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)116.059.143-8749.4%12-3138.4%18-2379.2%539301910147
vs opponents surrendering105.55339-8545.8%10-2736.0%18-2377.3%511022208135
Team Stats (Road Games)113.456.841-8747.9%11-3136.0%19-2480.1%529282010146
Stats Against (All Games)103.853.238-8943.2%9-2832.4%18-2376.5%521222209154
vs opponents averaging105.252.839-8545.6%10-2735.8%18-2377.0%521022208135
Stats Against (Road Games)105.254.538-8843.6%9-2833.8%19-2577.2%531222208154

SAN ANTONIO - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games69-27-1750-4453-41105.552.246.9%51.398.949.844.4%48.6
Home Games36-11-17.223-2426-19106.054.047.3%50.797.751.444.5%48.4
Last 5 Games2-3+22-34-1107.855.645.3%57.2111.254.646.5%51.6
Playoff Games8-6+2.68-611-3106.452.146.5%53.3103.451.944.9%46.3
SAN ANTONIO Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)105.552.239-8446.9%9-2438.6%18-2279.5%511023188136
vs opponents surrendering105.753.139-8545.8%10-2735.7%18-2477.0%521022208135
Team Stats (Home Games)106.054.039-8347.3%10-2440.2%18-2379.3%511025188136
Stats Against (All Games)98.949.837-8344.4%9-2535.1%16-2177.8%491021208144
vs opponents averaging105.953.339-8545.7%10-2835.7%18-2377.2%521023208135
Stats Against (Home Games)97.751.437-8344.5%8-2434.3%15-2077.8%48922208134
Average power rating of opponents played: GOLDEN STATE 95.8,  SAN ANTONIO 94.9
GOLDEN STATE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
4/12/2017LA LAKERS109-94W-13.5W222.5U41-9045.6%662041-9344.1%4818
4/22/2017@ PORTLAND119-113W-4.5W217O40-9144.0%54739-9043.3%6116
4/24/2017@ PORTLAND128-103W-9W222O46-8653.5%561033-8538.8%4911
5/6/2017@ UTAH102-91W-6.5W209U37-8444.0%57730-7739.0%518
5/8/2017@ UTAH121-95W-8.5W207.5O43-8451.2%581133-8937.1%499
5/14/2017SAN ANTONIO113-111W-9.5L211.5O39-8148.1%551940-8447.6%4417
5/16/2017SAN ANTONIO136-100W-13.5W209.5O50-8956.2%511637-10037.0%5518
5/20/2017@ SAN ANTONIO              
5/22/2017@ SAN ANTONIO              

SAN ANTONIO - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
4/10/2017@ PORTLAND98-99L-10.5L193O38-8345.8%571537-9041.1%499
4/12/2017@ UTAH97-101L4T192.5O39-8645.3%471539-7750.6%4716
4/20/2017@ MEMPHIS94-105L-3.5L188O34-7247.2%531239-7750.6%375
4/22/2017@ MEMPHIS108-110L-5L186.5O41-9742.3%44938-8246.3%5822
4/27/2017@ MEMPHIS103-96W-5W190.5O37-7748.1%511232-7145.1%3511
5/5/2017@ HOUSTON103-92W5.5W215U39-8645.3%642032-8836.4%4514
5/7/2017@ HOUSTON104-125L5L213.5O44-8949.4%531450-9552.6%509
5/11/2017@ HOUSTON114-75W8.5W211U51-9653.1%69722-7728.6%4413
5/14/2017@ GOLDEN STATE111-113L9.5W211.5O40-8447.6%441739-8148.1%5519
5/16/2017@ GOLDEN STATE100-136L13.5L209.5O37-10037.0%551850-8956.2%5116
5/20/2017GOLDEN STATE              
5/22/2017GOLDEN STATE              
GOLDEN STATE: BACKCOURT: PG Steph Curry had the single greatest regular season in the history of basketball, so, uh, there's that. He'll get fewer shots this year, but more open looks, as well. There's an argument to be made that SG Klay Thompson is the best two-way guard in the league, and he may now find himself focusing more on the defensive end of the floor. It's already consensus that rookie SG Patrick McCaw was an absolute steal in the second round. . . . FRONTCOURT: If you checked the transactions wire this offseason, you may have noticed that the Warriors signed SF Kevin Durant. No one knows exactly how the offense will function with him in the mix; they just know it will be dominant. PF David West also joins the fold as a veteran backup to PF Draymond Green. SF Andre Iguodala's still around, too. C Zaza Pachulia is the team's best center, which no one seems concerned about, for some reason. . . . BOTTOM LINE: It's easy to forget just how effortless some of the Warriors' wins were last year. They're not chasing a record anymore, but they won't need to do so to hit another ungodly win total with KD onboard.
SAN ANTONIO: BACKCOURT: PG Tony Parker has clearly lost a step from the days of his prime. He can still capably run the offense, but stands little chance guarding the league's best point guards'most of whom are in the West. Lovable as he is, SG Manu Ginobili is even further over the hill. SG Danny Green was only 33.2% from deep last year and needs to bounce back. PGs Patty Mills and rookie Dejounte Murray should see plenty of time behind Parker. . . . FRONTCOURT: Tim Duncan had been such a large part of the identity of this Spurs team, and now he's gone. That's why they brought in PF LaMarcus Aldridge last offseason, though, and he assimilated to the team fairly well in his first year. C Pau Gasol comes via free agency to likely start at center. SF Kawhi Leonard is an MVP favorite, and will take his best shot at a third straight Defensive Player of the Year award. . . . BOTTOM LINE: Duncan's departure is going to hurt more than many people realize, but Gasol can still make a big difference in the right situation. Just as they are for seemingly everyone else, the Spurs are that right situation for Gasol.
Leonard iffy as Spurs host Warriors in Game 3

It is put-up-or-shut-up time for San Antonio when the Spurs face the red-hot Golden State Warriors on Saturday in Game 3 of the Western Conference Final at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

San Antonio is trailing 2-0 in the best-of-seven series and has looked completely lost after star forward Kawhi Leonard reinjured his left ankle midway through the third quarter of Game 1. The Spurs were up by as many as 25 points in that contest before losing 113-111 and then, with Leonard unavailable because of the injury, were steamrolled 136-100 in Game 2.

Both of those games were in Oakland, and the Spurs are hoping that the series shift to the Alamo City will change the momentum. Leonard's return would help bolster that change but, even after six full days of rest and rehabilitation, he was listed by the team as questionable for Game 3.

Leonard originally sustained the ankle injury in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets. He is averaging 27.7 points on 52.5 percent shooting, to go along with 7.8 rebounds and 4.6 assists in the postseason.

Leonard said Friday at the Spurs' shootaround that he will make the decision on his playing status.

"I will have a lot of input," Leonard said. "If I feel good, I'm going to play. Part of that is just seeing if I can run and at least be myself on the court. I don't want to hobble around or shoot off-balance shots. I just want to be able to push with both legs."

San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich said he was not planning any contingency plans for his team in case Leonard decides he can't play.

"Either Kawhi is going to play, or he's not," he said. "Everything else, you just work on what you want to work on."

The Warriors are expecting Leonard to play Saturday and are readying to handle the boost he and the change of venue could give the Spurs.

"I'm 100 percent sure he's going to play," Golden State's Kevin Durant said after practice Friday. "I haven't talked to anybody, but that's just my gut. It's Game 3 at home, and he's got a few days of rest on that ankle. They're a way better team, obviously, with him on the court. They pose a different threat."

Lost in all the talk about Leonard's injury is Golden State's overall excellent play, especially in Game 2, and the Warriors' ability to step things up when needed. Golden State has won all 10 of its games in the postseason, sweeping Portland and Utah and now taking the first two games from San Antonio.

Warriors acting coach Mike Brown was happy to see his team stroll to an easy win, but understands that things are going to be a lot more difficult moving forward. Game 4 will also be in San Antonio, on Monday, and two Spurs wins would put the series back on track.

"Steve (Kerr) told our guys before Game 2 that we've got to come out and play with a sense of urgency from the beginning," Brown said of his ailing boss' address to the team in the locker room before the game. "Give all of our guys credit. That was the message to the team afterward, too, going into Game 3.

"Think Game 1 was tough?" Brown added. "Oh, down in San Antonio, it's going to be more than a dogfight. Game 3 is going to be tough for us."

Not everything has gone the Warriors' way in this series. San Antonio outrebounded Golden State 49-40 in Game 2, and the Spurs' 22 offensive rebounds were the most the Warriors have surrendered in any game this season. San Antonio also had a significant rebounding advantage in the first two quarters of Game 1 before Leonard's injury.

Golden State's Andre Iguodala (left knee soreness) and Zaza Pachulia (right heel contusion) are listed as questionable for Saturday's Game 3. Iguodala participated in practice Friday and appears closer to a return than Pachulia at this point.

Last Updated: 3/26/2019 2:28:59 PM EST

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