Published: Wed, May 24, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Curry's 36 points leads Warriors to sweep Spurs, 129-115

Against the Grizzlies, Manu looked every bit of his 39 years, appearing at least two steps slower than the Euro-stepping blur that Spurs general manager R.C. Buford once described as a "wild colt" in his first couple of seasons. They got buckets from Kyle Anderson (20 points off the bench) and 15 from Manu Ginobili in what may have been his final National Basketball Association game (he got the start, and the crowd erupted when he was taken out near the end).

The Warriors went on to win 125-110 and sweep the Spurs 4-0.

Just last night, Golden State made NBA history by completing their third-straight sweep in the NBA Playoffs, en route to a 12-0 record in this postseason, SF Gate reported.

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Despite the fact that the Warriors have cruised to their spot in the Finals, they are adamant that they can play better. In Game 4, Curry went off for 36 with a few impossible layups, while Kevin Durant added 29 and a ridiculous double-block.

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"We wanted our loyal Pacifics fans, many of whom are Warriors fans, to be able to catch both teams in action, without having to choose one over the other" Pacifics president and general manager Mike Shapiro said in a statement. "I don't think he needs that".

"I've never been so stress-free, which is really kind of a weird feeling - a very unusual feeling, actually - to sit there and feel very little stress", owner Joe Lacob said of the Warriors' 129-115 victory at AT&T Center. "I'm really happy for the group, there's only one happy team out of 30 at the end of the day, everybody else is sad at some point", Popovich said. "He was phenomenal this series". He's the man who snatched bats out of the air, who incited the crowds by playing his biggest moments in the biggest games, threw down age-defying, dinosaur-slaying dunks and sought out intellectual conversations in the locker room just for fun.

The Warriors, even with Kawhi Leonard in Spurs uniform, are the more talented team, most likely the better team. It was his first start of the year and the first playoff game he's started since 2013. They didn't make fun, too much, of the San Antonio Spurs, who were doomed the moment their best player went down in game 1. Meanwhile, the Spurs were 7-of-7 in the paint to start the game. I wish Leonard had scored more than 26 points in this series.

Golden State center Zaza Pachulia will miss his second straight game with a bruised right heel. Golden State responded with an 11-3 surge of its own to end the period and took a 96-78 cushion into the final period. Kyle Anderson lead the Spurs in scoring with 20 points, and he came off the bench as well.

He has career averages of 13.6 points, 3.9 assists and 3.6 rebounds per game in the regular season and 14.1 points, 3.8 assists and 4.0 rebounds in the playoffs. Klay Thompson remained way off - missing his first six shots - but the Warriors often only need two of their elite scorers to be on for domination - and Kevin Durant was.

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