The Golden State Warriors defeat the San Antonio Spurs, taking a 3-0 lead in the series

The Golden State Warriors defeat the San Antonio Spurs, taking a 3-0 lead in the series

Last night marked the third game between the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs in their playoff series.  The first game was a close win for the Warriors as they pull away with a 113-111 victory.  In that game, Stephen Curry scored forty points, pulled down seven rebounds and dished off three assists.  LaMarcus Aldridge would settle for twenty-eight points, seven rebounds and three assists.  Game 2 would also be a victory for the Oakland team as they hand the Spurs a 136 to 100 blowout loss.  Stephen Curry finished with twenty-nine points, seven rebounds and seven assists.  Jonathon Simmons would end up with twenty-two points, three rebounds and three assists.  The Golden State Warriors looked to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the series as they faced the Spurs last night in the AT&T Center.

The game would start off right for the home team as they shoot sixty-two percent from the field as a team, limiting the Warriors to fifty-five percent.  Two-time All-Star, Manu Ginobili, would come off the bench to put up seven points as he shoots a perfect one-hundred percent from the field.  He would knock down one three-pointer in the process while Patty Mills throws up seven points, as well.  Mills would collect three of those points from beyond the arc while shooting fifty percent from the field.  LaMarcus Aldridge and bench player, David Lee, would each put up four points as they both shoot sixty-seven percent from the field.  Kyle Anderson would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field but would only receive two points as a reward.  He would grab three defensive rebounds while Danny Green puts up two points and four defensive rebounds.  On the other end of the court, JaVale McGee would get hot for eleven points, shooting sixty-seven percent from the field.  Kevin Durant would contribute with six points and three defensive rebounds.  Stephen Curry would knock down two three-pointers but it was the Spurs who end the first quarter with a 33-29 lead.

The Warriors would respond with a 35 to 22 run in the second quarter as they shoot sixty-five percent from the field as team, limiting the Spurs to thirty-nine percent.  2013-2014 MVP, Kevin Durant, would chalk up eight points while collecting three of them from beyond the arc.  He would also pull down three defensive rebounds while Klay Thompson would also score eight points.  Thompson would knock down two three-pointers and grab two defensive rebounds in the process.  Draymond Green would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field as he is rewarded with seven points.  He would also record two rebounds and three assists to add to his stat sheet total.  McGee would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field to earn himself five points.  Stephen Curry would play for eleven minutes, only to be held to four points.  As for the San Antonio team, Jonathon Simmons would put up six points as he shoots thirty-eight percent from the field.  Ginobili would also collect six points as he shoots a perfect one-hundred percent from the field.  He would knock down one three-pointer while doing so but it was the visiting team that went into halftime with a 64-55 advantage.

Durant would come out of the locker room, hot, as he lights the floor up with nineteen points.  He would shoot eighty-three percent from the field while knocking down two three-pointers, as well.  Curry would contribute with eight points as he shoots sixty percent from the field.  Rookie Patrick McCaw would come off the bench to chalk up four points as he shoots a perfect one-hundred percent from the field.  Thompson would only be limited to one three-pointer and two defensive rebounds.  Green would shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field but would only score two points.  As for the Spurs, Aldridge would drop nine points which would include one three-pointer.  Manu Ginobili would continue to add to his scoring total as he puts up eight points while shooting sixty percent from the field.  Simmons would contribute with four points but it was the Warriors who end the third period with a 100-88 lead.

The Warriors looked to finish things off in the last quarter while the Spurs attempted to come back.  Ian Clark would come off the Warriors bench to drop five points while shooting sixty-seven percent from the field.  He would pull down two rebounds while Thompson earned himself four points.  Curry would only to be limited to one three-pointer while David West pulls down two defensive rebounds.  On the other end of the floor, Dewayne Dedmon would come off the bench to throw up seven points while shooting sixty-seven percent from the field.  He would gobble up four rebounds while Pau Gasol would come off the bench to score four points.  Aldridge would only be limited to three points as the Golden State Warriors pull away with a 120-108 win against the San Antonio Spurs, taking a 3-0 lead in the series.  Kevin Durant finished with thirty-three points, ten rebounds and four assists.  Manu Ginobili would finish with twenty-one points, one rebound and two assists.

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