The San Antonio Spurs were distant by a Golden State Warriors, 136-100 in diversion 2 of a Western Conference Finals, Tuesday, May 16, 2017, during a Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.
The Spurs came into a diversion though their star ensure Kawhi Leonard, who re-injured his knee in a prior game. His deficiency was tangible right off a bat.
The initial duration was noted by a Golden State’s glorious offense and San Antonio’s bad shooting. The Warriors shot well, generally from over a 3-point arc. The Spurs were a step behind on invulnerability and a entertain finished trailing 33-16.
The second entertain was roughly a repeat of a first. The Spurs seemed most slower compared to a home-court Warriors. The basket seemed to be a teacup for a Spurs and a 55-gallon drum for a Warriors. During one stretch, San Antonio done usually 2 of 17 margin goals, while Golden State was sharpened 67 percent from a field. The Warriors finished a initial half heading 72-44.
The Spurs came out of halftime looking some-more determined, though a Warriors were prepared for them. San Antonio’s conduct coach, Greg Popovich, attempted each multiple of players to put a hole into a lead. At one point, he had 3 rookies on a building for a Spurs. It was to no avail, as a Warriors extended their lead and finished a third forward by 31 points; 106-75.
Most of a final duration featured substitutes in a diversion for both teams. The Warriors prevalence continued in a fourth. The finish outcome was academic, as Golden State cruised to a win.
The Spurs high-scorer was Jonathan Simmons, with a career-high 22 points. The Warriors were led by luminary Stephan Curry with 29 points. Golden State is now 10-0 in a playoffs.
The Warriors will take a 2-0 lead into a subsequent game. They will accommodate a Spurs again on Saturday, May 20, in San Antonio.
Written By D.T. Osborn
Edited by Cathy Milne
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