Trending today on KRON4 Morning Buzz is the Warriors looking to take a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference Semifinals. The Golden State Warriors and the small chalk seems like the play here.
With two victories on their home floor, the Golden State Warriors take to the road tonight for Game 3 at the upset-minded New Orleans Pelicans.
'It depends on the (player), but practicing where you play (games), there is something to that, ' Holiday confirmed. Steph Curry could be back by the time the series starts. The contest was still hanging in the balance midway through the fourth quarter when Steve Kerr turned to the Hamptons 5, which is when the Warriors pulled away. Can the Warriors put their foot on the throats of the Pelicans with a win here?
Davis averaged over 30 points during that series. The Warriors have been good at the charity stripe, cashing in 81.4 percent of their chances so far.
Somehow, Curry's shot over the outstretched arms found the bottom of the net, flipping the series as the Pelicans were trying to hold serve at home after losing the first two games in Oakland. The Warriors cashed in 22 of 27 free throw attempts and overcame 16 turnovers in the win.
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After a sprained left knee left Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry out for almost six weeks, Curry returned to action Tuesday. Making up the difference from long range was J.R. Smith (5 of 6 from 3) and Kyle Korver (5 of 12). "Pretty fitting for sure", Draymond Green said of Curry's immediate 3.
Only playing 27 minutes and coming off the bench, Curry managed to score nearly immediately after being put in 4 minutes and 20 seconds into the first period.
Curry was the key in Golden State's 121-116 victory that gave them a 2-0 series advantage.
"It's a familiar place, and we really feed off the crowd, especially last series", forward Darius Miller said of facing Portland in Round 1.
Meanwhile, New Orleans owns records of 52-36 SU and 50-37-1 ATS. The Pelicans' second-round opponent, Golden State, led the National Basketball Association at 39.1 percent, no surprise given the number of elite shooters on the Warriors' roster. Anthony Davis had 25 points, 15 rebounds, five assists and three blocks for the Pelicans, but it still wasn't enough against the star-studded Warriors.
Pelicans: Nikola Mirotic fouled out with 2:43 left after scoring 18 points.
Before we get into any more pregame analysis, let's take a look at the information you'll need to know ahead of tip-off so you don't miss a second of the action. "When the lights come back on after the starting lineups you're usually in the go kind of mind frame".