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Warriors seek second win in four-game season series against Spurs

Golden State bested San Antonio 112-92 in the teams’ first meeting on Nov. 2, 2017.

Golden State Warriors v San Antonio Spurs Photo by Ronald Cortes/Getty Images

For the Golden State Warriors, it’s one game down and three to go against the San Antonio Spurs in a four-game season series between the two dominant Western Conference teams.

The Warriors came away with a solid win in November, and a depleted Spurs’ roster presents a prime opportunity for the team to notch a second-straight win tonight against what was once a formidable Western Conference foe.

But will they take it?

Golden State lost three of its last five games, and two of those losses were against drastically subpar teams: Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz.

The other loss was a 20-point beatdown by the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Yet, the team found a way to bounce back to respectable play against the Dallas Mavericks two nights ago, securing a solid 121-103 victory.

So, the question remains:

Which incarnation of the NBA Championship-winning Warriors will show up — the one lacking in focus, short on effort, and keen on turnovers? Or the one crushing not only the souls of teams, but the very memory of souls?

You predict the outcome.


The Warriors will:

This poll is closed

  • 67%
    Seize the day in soul-eviscerating style.
    (52 votes)
  • 32%
    Squander another prime opportunity.
    (25 votes)
77 votes total Vote Now

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