The Golden State Warriors are one win away from putting together a perfect preseason after two wins apiece over divisional rivals Los Angeles Lakers and the Sacramento Kings. Is winning all your preseason games a prerequisite for winning an NBA championship? Absolutely not.
But is it a good sign that your ballclub is growing in cohesion and confidence? You betcha!
How to watch Golden State Warriors vs San Antonio Spurs
When: October 20th, 2023 | 7:00 PM PT
TV: NBA TV, NBC Sports Bay Area
Radio: 95.7 The Game
In order to fulfill that perfect preseason, the Dubs will have to overcome the giant phenom in the making, Victor Wenbamyama. The 7-foot-4 19-year old rookie has been putting up quite an impressive highlight reel to start off his career with the Spurs.
So lemme get this straight. This dude is taller than Shaquille O’Neal doing hesi stepbacks off the dribble, or dunking with ease over guys despite being nowhere near the rim for most mortals, or doing HARLEM GLOBETROTTER DRIBBLE MOVES TO CLOWN DUDES?
Victor Wembanyama goes up against Steph Curry tonight.— Jason Nomoa (@1992sFinest) October 20, 2023
The future NBA star going up against the best in the league.
Warriors v Spurs.
We will be there. pic.twitter.com/dx1tQDXd6e
I’m supremely interested to see how the Warriors deal with this threat, even if it is just a friendly exhibition. It’d be great to go 5-0 and start the regular season with perfect winning ways!
Night night, Dub Nation pic.twitter.com/bJJGimQFkw— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) October 19, 2023
Who ya got, Dubs or Spurs?
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Warriors, Trayce Jackson-Davis is gonna dominate
Spurs, the power of Wemby is too much!