Warriors vs. Spurs Game 2: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Klay Thompson (34 pts, 14 rebs, 1 ast) and Steph Curry (22 pts, 4 rebs, 4 ast) lead the way as the Warriors even the series with a 100-91 win in San Antonio.
Highlights from Golden State's 100-91 win over the Spurs.
The Warriors even the series 1-1 with a 100-91 win over the Spurs.
Steph Curry hits a long two that will put the Spurs away.
Klay Thompson's 34 points and eight 3s are awesome, but that guy can defend too. Excellent young player.— Royce Young (@dailythunder) May 9, 2013
As much as we're talking about the Warriors on the brink the Spurs haven't exactly been world-beaters this quarter.— Eric Freeman (@freemaneric) May 9, 2013
It's an 8-point game with under 3 minutes left.
Manu gets called for the charge against Bogut. The Spurs have 10 turnovers now.
Jarrett Jack hits two-straight clutch baskets.
Both teams shooting poorly in the fourth quarter, shooting a combined 3/14 from the field, 1/5 for GSW, 2/9 for SA— #GSWStats (@gswstats) May 9, 2013
After the Spurs cut it to 6 points, Draymond Green hits a three to silence the crowd.
It's an 8-point game with 8:05 left.
Warriors looking like the tired bunch ...— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) May 9, 2013
Not sure if Curry has taken a good shot since the first quarter. Spurs have done a nice job bottling him up.— Dan McCarney (@danmccarneysaen) May 9, 2013
Tony Parker hits a three to get the Spurs within 8.
Warriors back to the lineup that built the 19-point lead with 10:41 to go.— Carl Steward (@stewardsfolly) May 9, 2013
Stephen Curry is 0-5 when guarded by Danny Green tonight (5-9 vs all others). He was 1-5 against Green in Game 1.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 9, 2013
Klay Thompson's big three to end the 3rd quarter.
Klay Thompson drills a three to make it an 11-point game at the end of the 3rd quarter.
By my unofficial count, Spurs have 12 second-chance points this quarter alone. Averaged 10 a game in regular season.— Dan McCarney (@danmccarneysaen) May 9, 2013
Looks like Warriors are going to have to go small. This is where not having David Lee REALLY hurts.— NBA Guru (@NBAGuru) May 9, 2013
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