Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
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Golden State rules Stephen Curry out for Sunday's game at Target Center

Golden State rules Stephen Curry out for Sunday's game at Target Center

As Towns has said before, however, beating the Warriors requires more than winning the battle in the post.

If you love betting the over, then Thursday night's matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors is ideal for you. CJ McCollum scored 30 points and Lillard added 28.

With Curry out, this is Kevin Durant's team offensively.

It was the same ankle Curry tweaked six days ago in Atlanta. While Kerr listed Iguodala as questionable for Friday's game in Portland, Kerr said West will see multiple doctors for further evaluation.

From 3, this has predictably been Durant's best year. "We did a great job fighting all night, but it seemed like we got so close, they just started raining 3s again". Nor does Warriors coach Steve Kerr sound overly concerned despite fielding a roster full of injuries.

The Warriors lost Steph Curry to a rolled ankle in the first quarter of their victory over the Spurs on Thursday night. "After a thorough evaluation in the locker room, the Warriors decided not to let Curry return to action". "I tried to press go and shoot every time, not bad shots". Golden State covered as a 10-point favorite and the game finished with a total of 227 points, which was 8.5 points above the projected point total of 218.5 points. Durant hit his third straight jumper to tie it with 2:01 remaining before the Warriors went ahead on Draymond Green's putback the following possession. "I thought we did a good job making them take some tough ones, but they made them". And if the concern is Curry being on his game when the playoffs arrive, keep in mind that the Warriors shouldn't have much trouble handling teams in the first two rounds. Ray Allen has the second-most seasons with 200-plus 3s in National Basketball Association history at five. He could miss more games, which would be a massive blow to fantasy owners when it counts the most.

Trail Blazers: It was Portland's sixth straight win at home. Forward Kyle Anderson matched his career-high five of steals with a double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds.

The rebounding difference between the two teams was noticeable form the tip. The Warriors got the win 110-107 - their seventh in a row.

Security at the Moda Center ejected a fan in a courtside seat who exchanged words with Durant late in the second quarter. With that being said, I'm still taking the Warriors over this struggling Timberwolves outfit who have only covered on two of their last 11 games.

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