"We have a good training staff".
"And that was the message to the team afterward, too, going into Game 3".
Aldridge finished with 28 points, eight rebounds, and three steals for the Spurs (0-1).
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Obvious selections LeBron James, James Harden, Russell Westbrook and Kawhi Leonard were joined on the first team by Anthony Davis.
"I'm disappointed", Popovich said. "I'm disappointed. The only way I can process this is I think it's not about the O's and X's or rebounds or turnovers or anything like that".
"And you have to believe". "Obviously, thinking a little bit. It showed in the lack of edge, intensity". While those numbers are still dominant, they pale in comparison to the Warriors' margins in the second half.
"This particular individual has a history with that kind of action", Popovich said.
"Our best player is down", Popovich said about the health of Leonard, their franchise player, and his availability for the upcoming playoff games. "It's just questionable for tomorrow, I could be feeling way better, but we'll see tomorrow". Don't want to hobble around or shoot off-balance shots. "I said, 'I'm trying to get to the game'".
Spurs playmaker LaMarcus Aldridge was prodded by Spurs coach Gregg Popovich to score more, although he has faced two and three defenders at times with Leonard and star guard Tony Parker both out injured.
Steven Kerr was also in the building to view the game at The Oracle.
There is a common theme to every close playoff game that the Warriors have played so far this season. "I see the vehicle trying to inch forward, I'm like, 'He's about to get arrested.' I said, 'Pop, this is my own building.' He goes, 'I know, when I saw it was you, I died laughing'". "If he's got it going, give him the ball".
Only eight other National Basketball Association teams have ever opened a postseason 10-0. I think he's one of the best players in this league, and I wish him all the best to get healthy. San Antonio had to scramble to keep Curry locked down any time he crossed half court, and the Warriors offense roared back to life. And then an SUV pulls up, and I hear them over the loud speaker: 'Hey, you, in the Range Rover, stop!
"We feel like we like our chances against anybody, no matter (who) is on the court", Warriors forward Kevin Durant said Tuesday night after a 136-100 victory over the Spurs, who played without injured All-Star forward Kawhi Leonard.
That being said, this series against the Spurs is unlike any other. Going all in on the next game and putting themselves one game away from the NBA Finals.