2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
58-24, 1st in Pacific
Durant emotional upon hearing news about Popovich's wife (0:40)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State center JaVale McGee is questionable for Game 3 at San Antonio with a left quad contusion.

The life of Zaza (5:10)
Stephen A. not worried about Steph-less Warriors (1:04)
Baylor calls Curry 'freak of nature' (1:01)
Jalen: 'No Steph, no chip' (1:39)
2dChris Haynes

Green: Spurs' Bertans deserved flagrant, too

Draymond Green said he felt that if his actions in the fourth quarter Monday warranted a flagrant foul, Spurs forward Davis Bertans also should have been called for one. "If you're going to penalize me, then why not penalize both?" Green said.

Draymond doesn't care about flagrant foul (0:18)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge after his 34-point, 12-rebound performance: "We're not going to roll over. We've got to take the mentality that we had tonight, trying to take the fight to them. You know, go home with that same mentality and hopefully we'll shoot the ball better from the three, and guys [will] be feeling better. I feel like it should be good for us going home, but we've got to take the same intensity from tonight home with us."

KD and Klay propel Warriors past Spurs (0:46)
Legler: Spurs without Kawhi is 'not a fair fight' (1:28)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Talk about flipping the script. In the first half, the Warriors scored seven points in transition. After halftime? The Warriors out-scored the Spurs 21-3 in that category, with 10 of those points coming from Kevin Durant.

2d

Andre Igoudala on game 2 win over Spurs

Warriors guard Andre Igoudala talks with Marc Kestecher & Jon Barry about their big 3rd quarter, Kevin Durant & Klay Thompson and being able to focus for the playoffs

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

In their double-digit Game 2 loss to the Warriors, the Spurs shot a putrid 4 of 28 from 3-point range in their Game 2 loss. That's their second-worst 3-point percentage during a postseason game -- with a minimum of 20 attempts -- since longtime coach Gregg Popovich's first full season at the helm, in 1997-98. Their worst such postseason shooting performance from beyond the arc came on May 15, 2004 against the Lakers, when the Spurs shot 3-24 (12.5%) from distance. (Via ESPN Stats & Information)

Warriors roll to 2-0 series lead (1:57)
Durant says Warriors need to stay focused (1:15)
2d

Durant, Thompson lead Warriors to a 2-0 series lead on Spurs

Kevin Durant sparked a decisive third-quarter run on the way to 32 points, Klay Thompson added 31 points and five assists in another superb playoff performance and the Golden State Warriors rallied in the second half to beat the San Antonio Spurs...

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Gregg Popovich sits at the podium and picks up the Gatorade bottle with a smirk: "I shouldn't be forced to sell."

Green assessed a flagrant 1 (0:48)
Curry doesn't need to watch Thompson's 3-pointer (0:23)
Iguodala's dunk amps up Curry, Oracle Arena (0:18)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

David West, who suffered a tweaked left ankle after landing on the foot of LaMarcus Aldridge, has returned to the bench and is available to return.

Team Stats

Points Per Game113.51st
Rebounds Per Game43.517th
Assists Per Game29.31st
Points Allowed107.518th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2017-185824.707
2016-176715.817
2015-16739.890
2014-156715.817
2013-145131.622