The Golden State Warriors (62-6) vs San Antonio Spurs (58-10) is all set today at AT&T Center at 8:30 pm tip-off. The much-awaited match up should have been the NBA Final preview but sadly it’s not, since the two best teams in the NBA belongs to Western Conference.
It’s their second meeting in the season after Golden State blew out San Antonio in Oracle Arena last Jan. 25 via 120-90 rout. But sure the Spurs will defend their home court which they’re 34-0 record home win. But the Warriors will try to prove themselves of trying to break their skid of 32 games losing games in San Antonio. The last time Warriors won in San Antonio was Feb. 14, 1997.
If the Splash Brothers Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry will play the same game last night in Dallas, the Warriors could end their losing skid. But that wouldn’t be easy as Spurs’ Big Three of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili plus Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge won’t easily give up.
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San Antonio Spurs put their 34-0 home record on the line again…
San Antonio Spurs put their 34-0 home record on the line against the 62-6 Golden State Warriors tonight.
Posted by Bleacher Report on Saturday, March 19, 2016
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Weary Warriors fell to Spurs 79-87