San Antonio Spurs Head to Oakland to take on the Golden State Warriors in Games 3 and 4
The San Antonio Spurs are headed to Oakland to try and see if they can stop Warrior guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Both have been shooting lights out for Golden State, and if it hadn’t been for Thompson fouling early in game 1, the Spurs should be down 2-0
That being said, I never want to doubt all that experience, but when does that experience turn to age? Spurs guard Tony Parker has had a tough time keeping up with the guards of the Warriors. Numerous times I have seen him standing with his hand on his knees gasping for breath as the counterpart is just catching their second wind.
With the series switching back to Golden State, it seems imperative that the Spurs get at least one game there. If not, that will put them in 3-1 hole going back to San Antonio, where this Warrior team has already proven they can win. Tonight’s game is set to tip off at 9:30p on ESPN.