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The Golden State Warriors will be aiming to put up up another amazing performance and get themselves the best points when they take on the Spurs in another matchup.
The San Antonio Spurs on the other hand will also be looking to get past the Warriors and put themselves in the winning spot when they they face Golden State Warriors.
Clearly, The Warriors have the top record in the West at 47-21 but have just a one-game advantage over the Denver Nuggets, who are also in action tonight.
Actually, Golden State had been struggling as of late as evidenced by their 5-5 record in their last 10 games, but they’ll enter tonight’s game in San Antonio on a two-game winning streak.
And The San Antonio Spurs have been on a tear of late, racking up eight straight wins and moving from eighth place in the West to sixth place.
As they traded Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green, Kyle Anderson signed a free agent contract with the Memphis Grizzlies, and second team all-defense member Dejounte Murray was injured for the season.
The Spurs knew defense would be an issue coming into this season, but when they’ve surged, it’s been because of their defense.
During their last eight wins, the Spurs are a league-best in scoring defense, allowing just 99.8 points per 100 possessions.
“We got to keep it up, continue to be consistent. We got to be able to lean on our defensive effort every single night before our offense, and that’s what we’ve been doing,” Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan said.
Spurs guard Derrick White has been the catalyst of that defense, and he’s also been able to get it done on offense as well.
He was one of seven players in double figured for the Spurs in Saturday’s 108-103 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
They were led by DeMar DeRozan’s 21 points, and in an off night for LaMarcus Aldridge, as he finished with 12 points and eight rebounds, they had plenty of help.
The Golden State Warriors have seemed to have found their momentum at the right time, with just 14 games left on the books.
After a bumpy road filled with struggled, the Warriors have won their last two
Beating the Houston Rockets last Wednesday and then blowing out the Oklahoma City Thunder 110-88 on Saturday.
“Over the course of the game, and especially early in the first quarter, we imposed our will,” Warriors guard Stephen Curry said.
“We did our best to take care of the basketball so they didn’t have easy transition opportunities. And we rebounded the ball well. So all things considered, really solid effort.”
And of course, Curry and the Warriors scored 40 first-quarter points to put the pressure on Oklahoma City, and the Thunder never seemed to recover.
Obviously, Kevin Durant was out yet again, which makes the win even more impressive, but he is expected to be back in action tonight as the Warriors play their third game of this four-game road trip.
Definitely For Spurs, They sit just one game out of fifth place, but in the Wild Western Conference, they are also just a half-game above the number eight Los Angeles Clippers.
Base on records, The Spurs are 8-2 in their last 10 and 41-29 overall.In their last matchup back on February 6, the Spurs sat many of their starters and the result was the Warriors routing them 141-102.
For the Warriors, Klay Thompson had 26 points for the Warriors, while Patty Mills led the Spurs with 16 in the loss.The San Antonio Spurs lost their top four defensive players before the season began