|Team Ranking||PTS/G||OPP PTS/G|
|Pacific Division||114.9 (1st)||104.1 (2nd)|
Thu Apr 7
|W 112 - 101||SA|
Sat Apr 9
|W 100 - 99||at MEM|
Sun Apr 10
|W 92 - 86||at SA|
Wed Apr 13
|W 125 - 104||MEM|
Sat Apr 16
|W 104 - 78||HOU|
Mon Apr 18
|W 115 - 106||HOU|
Thu Apr 21
|L 97 - 96||at HOU|
Sun Apr 24
|W 121 - 94||at HOU|
Wed Apr 27
|W 114 - 81||HOU|
Sun May 1
|W 118 - 106||POR|
10:30 pm EDT
Tue May 3
8:30 pm EDT
Sat May 7
10:30 pm EDT
Mon May 9
Wed May 11
Fri May 13
9:00 pm EDT
Mon May 16
Festus Ezeli (coach's decision) didn't see the floor in Sunday's 118-106 Game 1 win over the Trail Blazers.
Ezeli hasn't looked like himself since returning from arthroscopic knee surgery in early April, as he had averaged just 3.5 points (on 45.7% shooting from the field), 3.6 rebounds, and 0.3 blocks across 8.9 minutes in his first 11 games back. It's too early to say if Ezeli has been phased out of the rotation, but it's not encouraging that his primary competition for court time off the bench -- Anderson Varejao (seven minutes) and Marreese Speights (eight minutes) -- both played in Game 1.
James McAdoo logged one minute of court time in Sunday's 118-106 Game 1 win over the Trail Blazers.
McAdoo has seen the hardwood in each of the Golden State Warriors ' last four postseason games, but hasn't played more than eight minutes in any contest. It looks like most of the second-year forward's usage will be reserved for garbage time during the playoffs.
Harrison Barnes tallied 10 points (4-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 12 rebounds, and two steals across 38 minutes in Sunday's 118-106 Game 1 win over the Trail Blazers.
The 12 boards were Barnes' most of the season, and a welcome development after he combined for nine boards in the final three games of the Golden State Warriors ' first-round series with the Rockets. The Warriors may need Barnes to step up his offensive contributions if Stephen Curry (knee) ends up missing a few more games, but he at least was efficient from the field Sunday, hitting more than half his shot attempts for the first time in this postseason.
Coach Steve Kerr told the media Monday that
Kerr said the team will officially list Curry as doubtful "just to give people something to chew on," but don't expect to see the point guard until Saturday's Game 3 at the earliest. Curry didn't take part in practice Monday morning, but is expected to do some shooting later in the day, according to Ethan Strauss of ESPN.com. If that activity goes well, Curry could be cleared to participate in scrimmage work later in the week.
Curry, who has resumed stationary shooting drills, will need to participate in a 5-on-5 situation in practice before coach Steve Kerr considers him ready for game action. Kerr said the chances are "pretty slim" we'd see Curry in Game 2 on Tuesday, but with three days off after that contest, the point guard could be ready to go by the time Saturday arrives.
|2015-16 Team Leaders|
|PPG||Stephen Curry , PG||30.1|
|RPG||Draymond Green , PF||9.5|
|APG||Draymond Green , PF||7.4|
|FG%||Stephen Curry , PG||50.4|
|FT%||Stephen Curry , PG||90.8|
|3P%||Stephen Curry , PG||45.4|
|BLOCKS||Andrew Bogut , C||114|
|STEALS||Stephen Curry , PG||169|
|MPG||Draymond Green , PF||34.7|
|Full Team Statistics|
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