The Golden State Warriors don’t care much about the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference. At least Draymond Green doesn’t.
Under newly hired head coach and former Warriors assistant Michael Malone, the Nuggets have gone to a more high-paced offense.
The Spurs outplayed the Warriors when it mattered, beating Golden State 94-82 to advance to the Western Conference Finals.
Tony Parker and Tim Duncan dominated the Warriors 109-91 to set up a must-win Game 6 back at Oracle.
Rookie Harrison Barnes with 26 points, Jarrett Jack had 24, and Stephen Curry added 22 points in the Warriors 97-87 OT win over the Spurs in Game 4.
The screams of Warriors fans alone couldn’t stop Tony Parker and Tim Duncan en route to a 102-92 win.
Klay Thompson drained eight-of-nine from beyond the arc as the Warriors beat San Antonio 100-91.