Five observations from the Warriors' 141-102 win over the Spurs

Five observations from the Warriors’ 141-102 win over the Spurs

Five observations from the Warriors’ 141-102 win over the Spurs

"I come here every day and [you reporters] ask me about free agency, ask my teammates, my coaches and you rile up the fans about it. Let us play basketball". The Spurs' last win at Oracle Arena was a 129-100 victory October 25, 2016.

Golden State Warriors guard/forward Klay Thompson scored a game-high 26 points (11-of-13 field goals) with 1 rebound, 6 assists, 2 steals, 1 block, 4 3-pointers, and 1 turnover in 28.9 minutes of a 141-102 beatdown of the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday.

The Warriors are 22-10 in Western Conference games.

As usual, Stephen Curry did his part by delivering 19 points while DeMarcus Cousins added 15 points in 17 minutes.Absolutely, the high-powered offense of the Warriors evidently smothered the Spurs.

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The Warriors scored 49 points in the quarter, giving them 115 for three periods, the most ever allowed through three quarters in the Gregg Popovich era in San Antonio.

Kevin Durant is not happy with his media coverage.

Golden State's next game would be against the Phoenix Suns while the Spurs will play the Portland Trail Blazers next. He directly targeted The Athletic's Ethan Strauss regarding his article about the two-time National Basketball Association champion's "presumed exit" from the Warriors this summer. "No, I don't feel like talking". "You got a dude coming in here, Ethan Strauss, coming in here giving his opinion on stuff, acting like it's coming from me". Then when I don't wanna talk to you all it's a problem with me.

"Every time I say something it's getting twisted up and thrown out in so many different publications, try to tear me down with my words that I say", Durant said, speaking to the media for the first time in more than a week before cutting short his postgame remarks. Grow up. Yeah, you (points at reporter), grow up. What's the problem? What am I doing here?

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