Warriors trounce Spurs without Kawhi Leonard for 2-0 series lead

Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (11), forward Draymond Green (23), and center JaVale McGee (1) on the bench during the fourth quarter against the San Antonio Spurs in game two of the Western conference finals of the NBA Playoffs at Oracle Arena. "(Curry) gets everybody else open once he gets it going like that", said Kevin Durant, who added 16 points to the Warriors' cause.

"Steve (Kerr) told our guys we've got to come out and play with a sense of urgency from the beginning". "Unlike Game 1 we did that tonight". "At the end, all we did was what we were supposed to do, we took care of home court".

The Spurs held the Warriors scoreless for the opening three minutes of the second half, and would cut the deficit to 81-61 on Dewayne Dedmon's dunk with 6:45 left in the third quarter.

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"It looked pretty collective to me". The play has split National Basketball Association fans between those who believe it was inadvertent and those who think it was dirty. "The truth always quote-un-quote sets you free. That was a surprise just how well we all sort of meshed". We know they're probably going to be full strength in Game 3 and be ready to play us. The suit claims that Leonard's injury affects season ticket holders, businesses like What's on Second, a sports and Spurs-themed memorabilia shop, and, more generally, the business of professional sports.

Meanwhile, the San Antonio Spurs needed to come out with guns blazing after the heartbreaking loss in Game 1, but they came out flat and absolutely paid for it as they found themselves down by double digits in a blink of an eye.

Gasol called for attacking the Warriors from the start and not letting up. It was a drastic difference from a game of catch-up two days earlier when the Warriors rallied from 25 points down. The rookie out of UNLV turned in 18 points to go with five assists. The Warriors had 39 assists - the most by any team this postseason - including 30 on their initial 38 baskets.

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Jonathon Simmons was the Spurs' leading scorer Tuesday, putting up 17 of his 22 points in the first half.

Leonard attended Friday's workout but didn't participate. I wished he didn't land on my foot, and honestly, I had no idea that he landed on my foot until turn back and he was already on the ground. Im disappointed, ” Popovich said. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, who was unavailable for comment on Thursday, said after Game 1 that he anticipated Leonard's recovery to take longer than when he originally suffered the injury in Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinals.

"I think he's got a major responsibility in Game 3 to come out and get something done, whether it's for himself or teammates", Popovich said. "He goes, 'Mike, I didn't know that was you, '" Brown recalled. "Luckily we had Kawhi who was going through the roof".

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