Make no mistake, despite their respective conference standings regular season records, these two teams have matched up well with each other - resulting in hard fought battles for 48 minutes. The Golden State Warriors are shooting 41.4 percent from beyond the arc and 75.9 percent from the free throw line. Look for tonight's game to be exactly that.
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Andrew Bogut (toe) went through shootaround and has been upgraded to questionable for Wednesday's game against the Clippers, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. It's all a chess game right now until they meet in the West finals if we're all so lucky. This Golden State franchise will of course like to see each of those goals come to fruition, but they'll need to remember that neither of those goals will come to light if their top player isn't at his best come playoff time.
Like the San Antonio Spurs (who beat the Warriors Saturday) and Minnesota Timberwolves (who played them close Monday) before them, the Clippers may be able to take advantage of a banged-up Golden State team if their bench can outperform a depleted one.
"We could...The rest would probably be more of a mental rest, because his legs are good." . They were finishing a back-to-back, on the road, against an opponent seeking revenge after a 30-point loss, Stephen Curry couldn't make a shot - and it was still a tight game. The contest will conclude a five-game road trip for Los Angeles and will start a four game homestand for Golden State. As they'll be forced to go small at power forward with the likes of Jeff Green and Paul Pierce, DeAndre Jordan or Cole Aldrich will be left alone at center to hold down the paint as best as they can.