Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sport | By Ellis Neal

Spurs Fans File Lawsuit Against Zaza Pachulia, Golden State Warriors

Spurs Fans File Lawsuit Against Zaza Pachulia, Golden State Warriors

Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard is listed as questionable for Game 3 of the Western Conference finals Saturday against the Warriors.

"I don't know", said Warriors acting coach Mike Brown when asked if the Warriors' play was meant to send a message to either Eastern team. "He can't be timid".

The second quarter was more of the same. He can't do it.

"So then we get to the part where you're about to turn right into the gate at the last red light".

It was the complete opposite from their sluggish start in Game 1 when the Warriors trailed the Spurs by as many as 25 points before coming back in the second half.

By dominating Game 2, the Warriors looked like the same team that had steamrolled their opponents in the first two rounds of the playoffs, and to a ideal 8-0 record coming into their matchup with San Antonio.

"The ball has to move, but I have to take a shot if it's there", Aldridge said Thursday. "If I'm open, I have to shoot".

Blount is one of four men who were charged previous year with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon.

"Timmy's last couple years, he couldn't score almost like he used to and Manu's getting older and Tony's getting older", Popovich told the AP in March. I'm like, 'Hey, I'm being bullied by Oakland PD or San Francisco PD in my own building, my own parking lot.' So I start to go a little bit, and another one pulls up: 'Hey, you! You've got to score.

"That was a huge pickup for us, obviously, with Andre out".

Aldridge was everything they needed in the clincher over Houston in the conference semifinals.

The Warriors haven't played since May 8 when they swept the Utah Jazz 4-0. He turned down shots.He's got a major responsibility in Game 3. Now facing a 2-0 deficit, the San Antonio Spurs head home where they will face the Warriors in Game 3 on Saturday night.

Popovich said his team, after losing star forward Kawhi Leonard to an ankle injury, went into the game not believing they could win and feeling sorry for themselves. So, we know were not taking their heart, ” he said after Tuesdays 136-100 rout. "Obviously, thinking a little bit". We didn't come to play.

"The two-step, lead-with-your-foot closeout is not appropriate", Popovich said.

The Warriors took control from the opening seconds. "I'm like, I've got five cops around me, so I just stopped", Brown said. San Antonio's chances aren't looking too good with Leonard due to sit out. "And it showed in the lack of edge, intensity, grunts, all that sort of thing".

At the halfway mark in the third, Curry raced up the court, and Spurs backup center Dewayne Dedmon lost his footing while backpedaling on defense. "So one would logically think maybe it will take longer, but I'm hoping that's not true and we'll have him for Game 3".

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