I can't think of the last game we came out immediately playing like we are capable of like this. So good to see some NBA Live Mobile Coins.
Tonight marks Klay Thompson's 100th career playoff game, making him the first player in franchise history to appear in 100 postseason games with the Warriors.
Considering this is Klay's first game after his injury and that it looks like Iguodala is coming back for G3 and also that Callahan is the ref, this may be the most important game of the series.
Don’t let the result of this game distract you from the fact that the Cleveland baseball team blew a 3-1 lead in the World Series.
We're gonna see a much better GSW team tonight, but I'm honestly concerned about Callahan. I've just seen him manipulate several of our games going all the way back to the 2015 playoffs. If you see one or more of our guys pick a bunch of fouls early on, you will know why. I will say tho that it's better to have him officiate us at home rather than on the road.
Right now I have my fingers crossed for rebounds. Rebounds everywhere. Offensive rebounds. We hardly got any last game. Rebounds rebounds rebounds.
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I think the reffing will be fair tonight. the key to this game is Klay, how healthy is he? can he play 30 minutes? can he get lift in his shot? can he defend? if he can do all those things we can win easily, but if we don't have a capable Klay, we're going to need lights out shooting from Steph and KD with more defensive pressure on them to pull this out.
The key to the game is effort. Offensive rebounds kept the Cavs in the game, and it damn near won it for them had JR not been dropped as an infant. We need to control the boards and that starts by boxing out on every possession.