The Warriors have faced plenty of obstacles and challenges this season but one thing they haven’t faced is this: An elimination game.
Andrew Bogut sat at his locker following Golden State's Game 5 loss to San Antonio and matter-of-factly stated the obvious.
SAN ANTONIO -- Finally, there was some sense to the NBA universe. The home team played better. The higher seed showed why. The team with the injuries looked slow and, well, injured.
The Warriors have gone further in this year’s NBA playoffs than they have at any time in the past 36 years.
When Warriors coach Mark Jackson looked at the final stat sheet after Golden State's 97-87 win in Game 4, he was caught off guard by the 26 shot attempts next to rookie Harrison Barnes' name.