2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
47-35, 3rd in Southwest

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN Sources: Golden State guard Stephen Curry will begin participating in portions of practice starting tomorrow. His re-evaluation occurred today.

Stephen A. would trade Lonzo for Kawhi (1:06)
Dubs roll on team effort in San Antonio (0:56)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Danny Green on the difficulty of playing Game 3 after the death of Gregg Popovich's wife: "It wasn't easy. Everybody can kind of empathize and imagine losing somebody so close to you for that amount of time. The very few times I got a chance to encounter her, it was amazing. She had a presence. You guys are intimidated by Pop and probably scared of him, but her presence is probably the total opposite of that; just a joy to be around, lightened the room up and made you smile, and made everybody feel comfortable. Pop probably makes you guys a little uncomfortable. It's tough. It just puts things into perspective of how it was a basketball game. We were obviously competing and fighting, but it's a basketball game. There's bigger things going on in life. We had a tough year. Joffrey [Lauvergne] just had a family member pass. Kyle [Anderson] had a family member pass. Rasual Butler earlier this year -- a lot of guys knew him well -- and now Pop. It just puts things into perspective. As much as we want to win, there are other things in life, bigger things that are more important."

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs assistant coach Ettore Messina filled in for head coach Gregg Popovich and was asked whether the circumstances surrounded Game 3 might have negatively affected the team's focus: "No, I don't think so. I think they are great pros and great people. As a team, this is my answer. Individually, I guess any different individual is going through his own personal things, and it's impossible for me to evaluate that. I think everybody did a fantastic job as players, as people working in the organization, the staff, of really trying to support each other and face this moment like it should be faced; to support a friend."

Durant, Warriors take 3-0 lead against the Spurs (1:42)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant tells ESPN "I'm good. It's nothing" when asked about his ankle sprain. He said "it was a quick roll. It didn't completely turn. I'm fine." He's a go for Sunday.

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Durant leads Warriors to 3-0 lead over mourning Spurs

Kevin Durant had 26 points, nine rebounds and six assists, and the Golden State Warriors beat San Antonio 110-97 on Thursday night for a 3-0 series lead over the Spurs, who were still reeling from the death of Gregg Popovich's wife, Erin.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant walking to the locker room without a noticeable limp, which is positive considering it appeared he tweaked that left ankle pretty good.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant and Shaun Livingston leave the game late with ankle tweaks. Doesn't appear to be serious, but Warriors being cautious and taking them out and into the locker room.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The fans are already headed for the exits with 6:41 left t play and the Spurs trailing by 17. Teams that fall behind 3-0 in a best-of-7 series are 0-127 in the playoffs. And that 0-127 is series record, per @ESPNStatsInfo. So while I know the diehards hope for the best with these San Antonio Spurs, it's time to face the reality soon coming your way. The undermanned Spurs fought valiantly against a superior team in the face of difficult circumstances. But this one game, this series, wasn't meant to be.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State up 94-77 midway in the fourth and Spurs' fans are headed for the exits. The Warriors are on the verge of taking a commanding 3-0 series lead.

Durant hits big 3-pointer (0:18)
Gay with another emphatic dunk (0:20)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs may not be on the way to their sixth NBA title, but they're certainly recognizing the Austin Spurs for their G League championship. Derrick White is inactive tonight, but starred on that Austin squad.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

This is about the loudest I've seen the AT&T Center this season. And outside of Gregg Popovich not being here to coach his team, everything else seems pretty normal, which is exactly what he wanted with the Spurs down 2-0 in this series to the Golden State Warriors. Veteran Tony Parker actually leads the Spurs in scoring with 10 points in just 8 minutes on the floor. Kevin Durant leads the Warriors with 10 points.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs fan base is rowdy, feeding off the team's defense. Golden State has yet to knock down a triple (0-8). San Antonio leads 35-32 with 6:49 left in the second quarter.

Gay puts McGee on a poster (0:22)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs finish the first quarter down 26-23 after Kevin Durant hit that midrange bucket with approximately 3 seconds left on the clock. San Antonio's three-point shooting woes continue. The Spurs shot 4 of 28 from deep in Game 2, and are 1 of 7 after the first quarter. Golden State is worse from long range at 0 of 5. The Spurs overall are shooting 45.5 percent. Fairly even game so far.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

We're about 5 minutes away from tip-off at the AT&T Center. The pre-game locker room seemed pretty normal, given the circumstances. The players say they're hanging in there as best they can.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State center JaVale McGee (quad contusion) will play tonight at San Antonio.

Spurs players hurting for Pop (2:51)

Team Stats

Points Per Game102.727th
Rebounds Per Game44.211th
Assists Per Game22.8Tied-15th
Points Allowed99.8Tied-1st

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-184735.573
2016-176121.744
2015-166715.817
2014-155527.671
2013-146220.756