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Old 05-11-13, 09:32 PM
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Spurs were back to comfort in Game 3

When Game 3 started at Oracle Arena, it seemed like a familiar and welcomed sight. The San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors were tied 1-1 in the series and, for the time being, San Antonio was being looked at as the underdog in this matchup.

San Antonio looked older and uninterested during the first two games. They gave up a huge lead in the first two games and in one of the two (Game 1, 16 point deficit) was the team able to come back from behind and win the game.

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Old 05-11-13, 11:18 PM
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You mean different from the earlier day before the game where you said it's over quite a few times lol! Are you bipolar sir? JOSER.
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Old 05-12-13, 01:13 AM
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Diaw actually played more than Tiago. I think you're right that the familiarity of Tiago being there helped a lot though. At least at the beginning of the game, which gave them some confidence they hadn't had this entire series. Manu almost lost them the game again though. Against the good teams, he has 1 good game and 2 bad. So he's due for another good game.
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Old 05-12-13, 01:40 AM
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Diaw actually played more than Tiago. I think you're right that the familiarity of Tiago being there helped a lot though. At least at the beginning of the game, which gave them some confidence they hadn't had this entire series. Manu almost lost them the game again though. Against the good teams, he has 1 good game and 2 bad. So he's due for another good game.
Manu played bad but for a stretch he caught fire that helped! Then two stupid turnovers again! So yeah he messed up. Neal and Bonner again useless out there last game, I could not wait till either of them sat as well, bad on D out there and their shots not falling. Tim and Tony the only real ones sides Diaw who showed up that last game, amazing we won with our role guys doing so bad.
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