"He came out aggressive".
"That's his game", Rondo said of Green. Nick Young started a second straight game. Though New Orleans may have lost the game, Pelicans' backers easily covered the 11-point underdog spread. "Game 4 will be the toughest game we've ever had". We followed the game plan to a T tonight.
In their last five games, Golden State is 2-3 ATS with 3 overs and 2 unders. The Pelicans regained their footing within the first quarter and just never stopped scoring.
Overall, Golden State shot an un-Warriors-like 38 percent as a team including 29 percent from the three-point-line.
"Oh yeah, yeah, yeah", Kerr said. Their aggression quickly got the crowd behind them, and they carried that momentum into the fourth. However, New Orleans is now 3-0 SU at home these playoffs and is winning those games by an average of 14.6 points. The big surprise was Rajon Rondo, the pass-first point guard, scoring 22 points and making 3 of his 4 three point attempts.
"You can't get assists without your teammates". He's still finding his legs after returning from injury-but it's only a matter of time before he is clicking on all cylinders.
Kevin Durant added 22 points and Curry finished with 19 points on six-of-19 shooting for the Warriors.
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4- Can the Pelicans defense do enough to slow down Klay Thompson and/or Steph Curry? "Maybe once. I wouldn't even say getting into it, though". "You can't really dwell on anything". Former Warriors Ian Clark and Jordan Clark have put up a lot of points in a short timespan, and Solomon Hill helped steer the momentum New Orleans' way in Game 3.
Warriors: Green, who was soundly booed by Pelicans fans, had 11 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists.
Davis bounced back in Game 2 after a Game 1 which was a little quiet by his standards, and expect him to keep trending upwards in Game 3.
Pelicans: Mirotic finished with 16 points and E'Twaun Moore scored 13. Even when he took his guys out, I was like, nah, lets play two more minutes before we take the guys out. "Obviously, it's good to come out and make shots, but I wanted to do whatever was necessary for the team and we came out and kind of showed what we can do, especially on our own floor". "He's a great competitor".
New Orleans seemed to benefit from being back at home and looked to be the more comfortable team shooting from the outset.
Friday night featured two pivotal second-round Game 3s. The officiating wasn't much better in the series opener, when Holiday was effectively eliminated when he he was called for four phantom fouls in the first two quarters and change, and where at one point the Pelicans had a 15-6 foul disadvantage on the Warriors. Most importantly, they held on with a strong fourth quarter showing, which ensured that the game was well out of reach down the stretch.
Coming out after halftime, the Warriors looked to capitalize on their signature third quarter, when they scored more than any other team during the regular season.