|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Pacific Division||115.9 (1st)||104.3 (1st)|
Fri Mar 31
|W 107 - 98||HOU|
Sun Apr 2
|W 139 - 115||WAS|
Tue Apr 4
|W 121 - 107||MIN|
Wed Apr 5
|W 120 - 111||at PHO|
Sat Apr 8
|W 123 - 101||NO|
Mon Apr 10
|L 105 - 99||UTA|
Wed Apr 12
|W 109 - 94||LAL|
Sun Apr 16
|W 121 - 109||POR|
Wed Apr 19
|W 110 - 81||POR|
Sat Apr 22
|W 119 - 113||at POR|
Mon Apr 24
|W 128 - 103||at POR|
Curry went for 37 points (12-20 FG, 7-11 3Pt, 6-7 FT), eight assists, seven rebounds and two steals across 30 minutes during 128-103 win over the Trail Blazers on Monday.
Curry turned in his second-consecutive 30-point effort in his best all-around performance of the playoffs so far. He was just two assists and three rebounds shy of a triple-double, and drained a series-best seven three-pointers. Curry had a very strong first round, with averages of 29.8 points on 45.1 percent shooting, 6.5 assists, 5.3 rebounds, 4.8 three-pointers and 2.3 steals per game.
Green recorded 21 points (7-11 FG, 5-8 3Pt, 2-4 FT), six rebounds, four assists, three blocks and one steal across 33 minutes during a 128-103 win over the Trail Blazers on Monday.
Green excelled as he helped the team finish off its first round series. He was in rare form on the offensive end, as the 21 points marked his third-highest scoring total so far this season, and the five three-pointers made matched a season high. Green had a phenomenal first round, with averages of 13.8 points on 50 percent from the field, 9.5 rebounds, 7.5 assists, 4.3 blocks and 1.5 steals per game.
Durant totaled 10 points (4-7 FG, 2-2 3PT), three rebounds, two assists, two blocks and one steal across 20 minutes during a 128-103 win over the Trail Blazers on Monday.
Durant (calf) returned to the court and looked good after he had missed the previous two games of the series. He was on a minutes restriction as he played just 20 minutes. But it wasn't as if he needed to play big minutes as the team destroyed Portland. The team now gets a break before its second round series begins, so it wouldn't be a surprise if Durant is back to a full workload soon.
McCaw will move to the bench for Monday's Game 4 against the Trail Blazers, Joe Freeman of The Oregonian reports.
With Kevin Durant (calf) making his return to the court after missing Game 2 and 3, McCaw will slide back into a reserve role where he'll likely spend the majority of Game 4 on the bench. In fact, when Durant was healthy for Game 1, McCaw only saw one minute of action.
Livingston (finger) will not play in Monday's Game 4 against the Trail Blazers.
While Monday's absence will mark Livingston's third consecutive game lost to a sprained right index finger, the veteran point guard likely isn't dealing with anything overly serious and is being sat out simply as a precautionary measure with the Warriors heavily favored to advance to the second round of the playoffs. Look for Ian Clark to continue operating as the top backup to starting point guard Stephen Curry, a role in which he's averaged 10 points and three rebounds across 18 minutes per game this postseason.
|2016-17 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Stephen Curry , PG||25.3|
|RPG||Kevin Durant , SF||8.3|
|APG||Draymond Green , PF||7|
|FG%||Kevin Durant , SF||53.7|
|FT%||Stephen Curry , PG||89.8|
|3P%||Klay Thompson , SG||41.4|
|BLOCKS||Draymond Green , PF||106|
|STEALS||Draymond Green , PF||154|
|MPG||Klay Thompson , SG||34|
|Full Team Statistics|