OAKLAND – The Los Angeles Clippers will be coming to the Oracle Arena, knowing that winning means moving home ownership in their favor and getting them closer to vacation.
The Warriors So Know The Clippers Want To Win Monday Night The teams meet for Game 2 of their first round of the Western Conference series. The coverage of the NBC Sports Bay game starts at 6, Warriors Outsiders, followed by Warriors Pregame, and the launch is scheduled for 7:40.
With a 121-104 win in Game 1 on Saturday, the favored Warriors have a 1-0 in the series. They also learned that even if Stephen Curry is brilliant – as in 38 points with 16 strokes and 15 career-high rebounds – they have to do better.
After all, they have recorded 21
LA needs to find its production from sources other than the Ace reserves Lou Williams and Montrezl Harrell, who had scored 51 points in Game 1. The starting grid was only 39 points.
Warriors F – Kevin Durant – Draymond Green C – DeMarcus's Cousins - G – Klay Thompson G – Stephen Curry
Clippers F – Shai Predatory-Alexander F – Danilo Gallinari C – Ivaca Zubac G – Landry Shamet G – Patrick Beverley
Warriors: C Damian Jones (Breast Cancer Surgery) is listed as out.
Clippers: None reported.
Warriors: Expect cousins to recover from a bad Game 1, the first appearance of his career after the season, in which he scored a total of nine points (4-12 FG) and nine rebounds along with had the six sales before fouling in 21 minutes. , , Thompson also had a subpares offensive play, scoring 12 points (5 of 14 FG, 1-6 3p). He was, however, a defense factor with three blocks and one theft. , , Coach Steve Kerr reiterated that the Hamptons 5 (Curry, Durant, Green, Thompson and Andre Iguodala) were his preferred unit. He pointed out that the group had better numbers than any other team in the NBA. , , C / F Kevon Looney (plus 30 in 17 minutes) and Iguodala (plus 19 in 26 minutes) were very effective, especially in defense in Game 1 and will likely play similar minutes in Game 2.
Clippers: Trainer Doc Rivers experimented in Game 1 and put the 6-1 Beverley on the 6-11 Durant, scoring mixed results. This is far from enough to change the series. It is therefore conceivable that Beverley will return to his usual assignment Curry, which set fire to LA (38 points, 11 of 16 FG, 8-12 3p). , , After the great success with the pick-and-roll by Williams-Harrell there is no reason to break away from it. Even though the warriors will make adjustments, it would be wise to keep LA until it is no longer effective. , , The key to the Clippers is to offend the rest of the team, especially Gallinari and Shamet, who scored five out of 20 in Game 1. Apart from Williams and Harrell, LA shot off the field with 27.6 percent (16-58).
Officials: Ken Wall (Crew Chief), Josh Tiven, Nick Buchert