Last night marked the fourth game between the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs in their playoff series. The first game was a win for the Warriors as they barely escape 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. The Warriors would hand the Spurs a 136 to 100 blowout loss in Game 2. Stephen Curry would put up twenty-nine points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Jonathon Simmons would chalk up twenty-two points, three rebounds and three assists. The Oakland team would win the last game as they pull away with a 120-108 win. During that meeting, Kevin Durant scored thirty-three points, grabbed ten rebounds and threw out four assists. Manu Ginobili would put up twenty-one points, one rebound and two assists. The Golden State Warriors looked to complete a series sweep last night in the AT&T Center.
The game would start off right for the California team as they shoot fifty percent from the field as a team in the first quarter, limiting the Spurs to twenty-nine percent. Four-time All-Star, Stephen Curry, would get hot for thirteen points which would include one three-pointer. He would also crash the boards for four defensive rebounds as Kevin Durant would shoot seventy-five percent from the field. Durant would score eight points while knocking down a three-pointer and gobbling up five defensive rebounds in the process of doing so. Draymond Green would also grab five defensive rebounds while scoring five points. He would also nail a three-pointer while shooting fifty percent from the field. On the other end of the court, Manu Ginobili would chalk up four points as he shot thirty-three percent from the field. New York-native, Kyle Anderson, would come off the bench to put up four points but it was the Warriors who end the first quarter with a 31 to 19 lead.
In the second quarter, Durant would throw up ten more additional points as he shoots eighty percent from the field. Green would score six points while shooting sixty-seven percent from the field. He would also dish off four assists while Stephen Curry would be limited to five points which would include one three-pointer. Ian Clark would come off the bench to shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field to gain five points. He would gather three of those points from beyond the arc. As for the Spurs team, Danny Green would drop six points which would contain one three-pointer. Patty Mills would also earn six points by knocking down two three-pointers. Kyle Anderson and Pau Gasol would both come off the bench to score six points each for themselves but it was the Warriors would walk into halftime with a 65-51 advantage.
The Golden State team would come out of the locker room to spark up a 31 to 27 run. During that run, Curry would drop ten points which would include two three-pointers. Former Thunder player, Kevin Durant, would contribute with seven points as he shoots sixty-seven percent from the field. He would drill one three-pointer as he gobbles up six rebounds. Draymond Green would knock down one three-pointer and two free-throws to earn himself five points while Klay Thompson would score five points. He would hit a three-pointer while Jonathon Simmons would try to get his Spurs team in it. Simmons would shoot thirty-eight percent from the field to collect nine points, which would contain one three-pointer. He would grab three rebounds as Bryn Forbes would come off the bench to receive six points. LaMarcus Aldridge would drop four points as he shoots sixty-seven percent from the field but it was the Warriors who end the third period with a commanding 96-78 lead.
The Spurs would attempt to come back as they go on a 37 to 33 run in the last quarter. Ginobili would put up nine points while shooting eighty percent from the field. He would knock down one three-pointer in the process of doing so while giving out two assists. Six-time All-Star, Pau Gasol, would come off the bench to shoot a perfect one-hundred percent from the field to earn himself eight points. Anderson would also come off the bench to drop seven points, hitting one three-pointer in the process. On the other end of the court, Curry would chalk up eight points which include one three-pointer. Ian Clark would come off the bench to put up seven points, hitting a three-pointer while doing so. Durant would only to be limited to one field and two free-throws as the Warriors pull away with a 129-115 win, completing the series sweep and advancing to the NBA Finals for a third straight time. Stephen Curry would finish with thirty-six points, five rebounds and six assists. Kyle Anderson finished with twenty points (his new career-high), six rebounds and two assists.