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|(6) Golden State Warriors (47-35) vs. (2) San Antonio Spurs (58-24)|
||San Antonio 129, Golden State 127 (2OT)
||Golden State 100, San Antonio 91
||Friday, May 10th - San Antonio at Golden State, 10:30 p.m.
||Sunday, May 12th - San Antonio at Golden State, 3:30 p.m.
||Tuesday, May 14th - Golden State at San Antonio, 9:30 p.m.
||Thursday, May 16th - San Antonio at Golden State, TBA
||Sunday, May 19th - Golden State at San Antonio, TBA
||(Best-of-seven series tied, 1-1)
|2012-13 Head-to-head record
|2011-12 Head-to-head record
||San Antonio 3-0
|2010-11 Head-to-head record
||San Antonio 4-0
|2009-10 Head-to-head record
||San Antonio 3-0
|Overall Head-to-head record
||San Antonio 97-52
|NBA Playoff Series Record
||Golden State 1-0
||Golden State wins series, 3-1
||Golden State 28-13; San Antonio 35-6
||Golden State 19-22; San Antonio 23-18
|Record vs. Southwest Division
||Golden State 9-9
|Record vs. Pacific Division
||San Antonio 12-6
|Record vs. Western Conference
||Golden State 28-24; San Antonio 33-19
|Points||Field Goal||3-Pt Fg|
|Per Game||Percentage||Percentage||Turnovers Per Game|
|Under 100 Pts||Ot||3 pts||10-Pts|
|Rebound Pct||Own||Opp||Games||or Less||or More|
|01/18 - San Antonio, 95-88 (at San)
|02/22 - Golden State, 107-101 ot (at GS)
|03/20 - San Antonio, 104-93 (at San)
|04/15 - Golden State, 116-106 (at GS)
|01/04 - San Antonio, 101-95 (at San)
|04/16 - San Antonio, 120-99 (at GS)
|04/26 - San Antonio, 107-101 (at GS)
|11/30 - San Antonio, 118-98 (at GS)
|12/08 - San Antonio, 111-94 (at San)
|01/24 - San Antonio, 113-102 (at GS)
|03/21 - San Antonio, 111-96 (at San)
|11/25 - San Antonio, 118-104 (at San)
|12/16 - San Antonio, 103-91 (at GS)
|03/19 - San Antonio, 147-116 (at San)
|12/06 - San Antonio, 123-88 (at San)
|02/02 - San Antonio, 110-105 ot (at GS)
|03/24 - San Antonio, 107-106 (at San)
|04/13 - San Antonio, 101-72 (at GS)
|12/11 - Golden State, 96-84 (at GS)
|01/07 - Golden State, 130-121 ot (at GS)
|04/01 - San Antonio, 116-92 (at San)
|11/27 - Golden State, 111-102 (at GS)
|12/04 - San Antonio, 129-89 (at San)
|03/26 - San Antonio, 126-89 (at GS)
|04/07 - San Antonio, 112-99 (at San)
|11/23 - San Antonio, 113-89 (at GS)
|02/02 - San Antonio, 89-86 (at GS)
|02/25 - San Antonio, 92-75 (at San)
|03/21 - San Antonio, 107-96 (at San)
|11/10 - San Antonio, 91-71 (at San)
|12/18 - San Antonio, 104-85 (at San)
|04/10 - San Antonio, 136-134 2ot (at GS)
|11/18 - San Antonio, 94-81 (at San)
|11/29 - Golden State, 91-89 (at GS)
|03/12 - San Antonio, 99-74 (at San)
|03/15 - Golden State, 97-80 (at GS)
|10/30 - Golden State, 106-98 (at GS)
|11/05 - San Antonio, 93-73 (at San)
|01/03 - San Antonio, 98-95 (at San)
|02/05 - San Antonio, 103-99 (at GS)
|Note - Golden State has won two of the last three meetings.
|Note - San Antonio has won 17 of the last 19 meetings.
|Note - San Antonio has won 20 of 24 and 27 of the last 32 meetings.
|Note - Golden State has lost 29 straight at San Antonio.
|Note - San Ant has lost two straight after winning its last seven at Golden St.
|Note - San Antonio has won eight of 12 and 11 of its last 16 at Golden State.
|Note - San Antonio has won 12 of its last 19 at Golden State.
|Golden State last 12 games||San Antonio last 12 games|
|04/11 - L vs. Oklahoma City, 97-116
||04/06 - W vs. Atlanta, 99-97
|04/12 - L at LA Lakers, 116-118
||04/10 - L at Denver, 86-96
|04/15 - W vs. San Antonio, 116-106
||04/12 - W vs. Sacramento, 108-101
|04/17 - W at Portland, 99-88
||04/14 - L at LA Lakers, 86-91
|04/20 - L at Denver, 95-97 POFF
||04/15 - L at Golden State, 106-116
|04/23 - W at Denver, 131-117 POFF
||04/17 - L vs. Minnesota, 95-108
|04/26 - W vs. Denver, 110-108 POFF
||04/21 - W vs. LA Lakers, 91-79 POFF
|04/28 - W vs. Denver, 115-101 POFF
||04/24 - W vs. LA Lakers, 102-91 POFF
|04/30 - L at Denver, 100-107 POFF
||04/26 - W at LA Lakers, 120-89 POFF
|05/02 - W vs. Denver, 92-88 POFF
||04/28 - W at LA Lakers, 103-82 POFF
|05/06 - L at San Ant, 127-129 2OT POFF
||05/06 - W vs. GS, 129-127 2OT POFF
|05/08 - W at San Antonio, 100-91 POFF
||05/08 - L vs. Golden St, 91-100 POFF
|Note - All statistics are regular season except where noted.
|Note - * - If necessary.
The San Antonio Spurs enjoy one of the best homecourt advantages in the NBA, but there are other arenas that can get loud, rowdy and raucous in support of their home team, and Oracle Arena in Oakland is one of them
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91, WARRIORS 100
WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 2013
2013 WESTERN CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS GAME #2, SERIES TIED 1-1
LEADING SCORER: Tim Duncan - 23
LEADING REBOUNDER: Kawhi Leonard - 12
ASSIST LEADER: Manu Ginobili - 4
For complete postgame coverage, including video of postgame interviews, please visit SPURS.com.
**Tony Parker finished with 20 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. Parker has scored 20-or-more in five-straight postseason games dating back to Game 2 vs. L.A. Lakers on 4/24. This postseason Parker is averaging a team-high 22.8 points, 6.2 assists and 4.5 rebounds.
** Tim Duncan recorded a team-high 23 points and 9 rebounds. For his career Duncan has scored in double-figures in 190 of 196 playoff games. Duncan is averaging 18.7 points and 8.3 rebounds in six games this postseason.
**Kawhi Leonard posted his first double-double of the 2013 playoffs with 11 points and a postseason career-high 12 rebounds. It was his fifth-straight postseason game scoring in double figures.
**Manu Ginobili chipped in 12 points off the bench to go along with 4 assists, 3 rebounds and 2 steals. In the 2013 playoffs Ginobili is averaging 12.2 points, 5.7 assists, 3.7 rebounds and 1.67 steals in six games. It was the fourth time this postseason he’s scored in double figures.
**Warriors guard Klay Thompson broke three Spurs opponent playoff records. With his 29 points in the first half Thompson set a new record for points in a half by an opponent. The previous record was 28 which was most recently accomplished by Kevin Durant at Oklahoma City in Game 4 of the 2012 Western Conference Finals on 6/2/12. He also set a new record for made three-pointers in a half with 7 in the first half (previous was 5 by numerous players) and made three-pointers in a game with 8 (previous high was 6 by numerous players). For the game Thompson finished with a game-high 34 points (13-26 FG, 8-9 3FG).
Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich:
(On the play of Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry ..)
“I thought it was polite of them to at least take turns and not both be on fire on the same night. Maybe the next iteration is neither one of them will be hot in Game 3. That’s what I’m hoping. Klay was unbelievable. A lot of those shots were tough. Some of them were wide open because of mistakes, but other ones were difficult shots, either contested or off-balance. He knocked them down and that’s what the playoffs are about. Players have to make shots.”
Spurs forward Tim Duncan:
(On the possibility of another comeback in tonight’s game…)
“We put a couple good minutes together and finally started getting a defensive rhythm. We felt we were getting a couple stops in a row and getting that together. We got some great shots on the other end in conjunction with that. It just wasn’t enough. A lot of credit to them, they played really well. Klay (Thompson) shot the ball incredibly well and we just couldn’t put consistent stops together. That’s what this series is going to be about for us.”
Spurs guard Tony Parker:
(On having limited control in either game of this series…)
“Klay got hot, 8-for-9 from three. It’s tough. He scored 29 in the first half. We were in a deep hole. It’s tough to come back twice like that. It was already great what we did in Game 1. Game 2 we were down 20 and we tried to fight back. We tried to cut it back a couple times to eight or seven, but we just didn’t have enough tonight.”
Warriors Head Coach Mark Jackson:
(On Klay Thompson’s performance tonight and defending Tony Parker…)
“I told him at halftime that is in the discussion, one of the greatest halves ever. Not only what he did offensively, but what he did defensively. If you slow it down and see the multiple effort plays and the attention to detail defensively, he is playing a future hall of famer and he’s making him work for everything. That’s a tough task but offensively, I have the greatest shooting backcourt that’s ever played the game and call my bluff.”
Warriors guard Klay Thompson:
(On the defense he played on Tony Parker...)
"It was a collective thing tonight. We did it as a team. I tried to use my length as much as I could to bother him. He is one of the best point guards to score in the paint probably in the history of the NBA so I just tried to make him shoot tough contested jumpers over me."
Warriors guard Stephen Curry:
(On watching Klay Thompson's performance in the first half tonight...)
"It was amazing. With the shots he was hitting and going 8-for-9 from the three-point line is unheard of. He was aggressive and confident in every shot he took. Even when coach (Mark Jackson) was trying to pull him out he couldn't because Klay was feeling it.”
Warriors center Andrew Bogut:
(On tonight’s game…)
“It’s a good win for us. We sustained the same kind of play for 48 minutes. It is a good win for us, especially here. We haven’t done too well here over the years, especially during the playoffs. We are going to our court now and we will see what happens.”
Warriors guard Jarrett Jack:
(On tonight’s win…)
“Playing against these guys is a tough task. You have to stay focused for 48 minutes, be stern in your game plan and principles and what we preach every day in practice. That is not easy at all. Especially with a team that has three hall-of-fame players and a hall-of-fame coach on the other side.”