Can GSW End Losing Streak in San Antonio?
Golden State has dropped 29 in a row in San Antonio, a streak dating to Feb. 14, 1997, nearly four months before the Spurs drafted Duncan.
Guard Klay Thompson said the Warriors will not be daunted, especially after winning Game 2 on the road in the first round against a Denver team that had won 24 in a row on its home floor.
“They didn’t expect us to win in Denver,” Thompson said. “This (Spurs) team is capable of losing here. We have to play a great 48 minutes of basketball. Not good, great.”