Warriors sweep Spurs, enter NBA Finals 12-0



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SAN ANTONIO — The have advanced to the NBA Finals for the third consecutive year after sweeping the by way of a 129-115 victory in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on Monday.

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The Warriors are now a perfect 12-0 in the playoffs, and they are the first team in NBA history to accomplish such a feat.

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He dribbled circles around whomever was guarding him. There was minimum defensive resistance, whether he was penetrating to the basket or getting open for 3s out of pick-and-pop sets.

customized nba jerseys for cheap After drilling his fourth 3-pointer of the game, Curry passed Kobe Bryant (292) for fifth place on the NBA’s all-time playoff 3-pointers list. Curry now has 295 career postseason 3s.

youth basketball jerseys wholesale Kevin Durant dominated this game while in cruise control. Nothing was rushed on his part. He picked his spots and attacked when needed, and that resulted in 29 points on 10-of-13 from the field to go with 12 rebounds.

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Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich tossed in a little starting lineup wrinkle by inserting veteran Manu Ginobili in his starting five, and Warriors acting coach Mike Brown countered with the starting of rookie forward Patrick McCaw.

San Antonio’s adjustment didn’t work out. With no dependable playmaker in uniform, an abundance of the Spurs’ field goal attempts were tough, contested shots. The Warriors, on the other hand, got what they wanted, when they wanted.

San Antonio simply didn’t have the firepower.

In the second quarter, Spurs rookie point guard Dejounte Murray got a steal and took off for a fast-break opportunity with only one man to beat: Durant.

Murray raced up the court and went up for an acrobatic, left-handed layup. Durant leaped and swatted the shot with his left hand. Durant had so much hang time on his jump that when the ball ricocheted off the glass, he inadvertently swatted the ball off the glass again with his right hand.

San Antonio gave it an effort, cutting what was a 22-point, third-quarter margin down to 10 with three minutes to go in the quarter. However, Golden State responded with a fierce 10-0 run and never looked back.

LaMarcus Aldridge was unable to be an offense force with Kawhi Leonard sidelined. He struggled again, scoring eight points on 4-of-11 shooting in 22 minutes.

The Spurs were held to 42.3 percent shooting. The Warriors shot 55.8 percent. Curry, with his six turnovers, had two fewer than what the Spurs committed as a team. A 24-4 advantage in points off turnovers still wasn’t enough to substantially help the home team.

The only friction the Warriors went through came early in the contest.

Curry drove hard right on Jonathon Simmons and threw up a wild shot while being bumped to the hardwood. The ball kissed the top of the glass before finding its way through the net. Curry couldn’t believe that there was no whistle and stayed planted to argue his case with his team getting back on defense.

The Spurs had numbers, and Draymond Green was forced to commit a foul. After he stopped play, a furious Green was seen yelling at Curry to get back on defense.

Green flirted with a triple-double as he started at center, ending the night with 16 points, eight rebounds and eight assists.

Ginobili received a standing ovation when he checked out with 2:25 left on the clock. Chants of “Manu, Manu” showered down, as fans knew that this might be the last game of his career. He finished with 15 points and seven assists. Ginobili, who turns 40 this July, has spent each of his 15 NBA seasons in San Antonio.

Golden State will await the winner of the and in the Eastern Conference finals. The NBA Finals will start June 1 at Oracle Arena.