Disjointed Spurs no match for revamped Warriors' lineup

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A San Antonio team built on muddying up the pace and grinding out wins had little answer for Golden State's switch-heavy system.

Saturday's win was vintage Golden State. But over the course of a best-of series, it's hard to bet against the Warriors.

Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard was nowhere to be seen at the Spurs' Saturday night playoff game against the Golden State Warriors, leaving many fans and members of the media wondering: Where in the world is Kawhi Leonard? "I think the whole point of these games here early in this series is to reestablish our defense".

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On Saturday, the Warriors were missing their best player and floor leader - Curry.

"Good" was a word Green also used to describe Durant, who scored 11 points in the first quarter to help recharge a Warriors team that was without All-Stars Curry and Thompson for parts of the last month of the regular season. Taking the fourth-fewest shots at the rim, fifth-fewest three-pointers and fourth-most mid-range attempts, their offensive production is not what it could be if they prioritized more efficient looks.

This is very well deserved for McGee, who had a stellar game against the Spurs with 15 points on 5-of-7 shooting from the field, four rebounds, two blocked shots, and one steal in just 16 minutes of action. The trio of Thompson, Durant and Green did their usual damage, but the seamless transition into the starting roles by McGee and Iguodala made the difference and left the Spurs in the dust. The Warriors are going to be fine against the Spurs.

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Draymond Green had a near triple double in the opening game of the Warriors first round playoff series against the San Antonio Spurs. "We know, and we are going to show that". "Same as Kevin. Myself". Golden State has won two of the three playoff series and owns a 10-5 edge in game wins entering this contest.

Meanwhile, in the Eastern Conference, the Toronto Raptors snapped an NBA-worst 10-game losing streak in playoff series openers by beating the Washington Wizards 114-106 at the Air Canada Centre, while the Philadelphia 76ers extended their record win streak to 17, coming from four points down at halftime to record a 130-103 blowout victory over the Miami Heat at the Wells Fargo Centre in Philadelphia. "As I said, we looked like deer in the headlights".

"We finally got back to defending the way this team has for many years, even before I got here", head coach Steve Kerr said. San Antonio took only eight shots in the paint, according to Second Spectrum.

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Andre Iguodala, the 2015 NBA Finals MVP, moved into the starting lineup for the 2018 edition of that "Strength In Numbers" mantra - and all those bright yellow T-shirts through the arena are there to back it. Durant blended a mix of efficiency (9 of 17) and passing (seven assists) along with eight rebounds. They (Pacers) played better basketball than us, They came out with a better strategy. "We got to do better than we think we can do".

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