TICKETS & PROMOTIONS
After a quick trip to Los Angeles, the Warriors are back at home and will host the San Antonio Spurs on Monday. Take advantage of the Wienerschnitzel Dynamic Deal of the Week and get tickets for just $17 for the Western Conference showdown. In addition, the first 10,000 fans at Monday’s game game will receive a free Warriors Fleece Blanket, courtesy of Esurance. BUY TICKETS NOW
LAST TIME OUT
The Warriors rallied behind Nate Robinson’s season-high 28 points, but ultimately fell in the final minutes of Saturday’s 112-104 loss to the Clippers in Los Angeles. Down 19 in the first quarter, Golden State clawed its way back into the matchup behind a 52-point effort from the four-man bench. Robinson complimented his scoring output with eight assists and Klay Thompson heated up in the second half with 17 of his 24 points coming after the break. Dorell Wright added 23 points and Brandon Rush had 22 in the defeat. FULL GAME RECAP
WARRIORS VS. SPURS
The Warriors will meet the Spurs on Monday for the second of three meetings this season. Golden State led the majority of the previous head-to-head matchup on January 4, but the host Spurs went on a fourth-quarter run that ultimately resulted in a 101-95 defeat for the Warriors. That game marked the 13th consecutive loss to San Antonio for the Warriors, who will look to avenge that defeat while playing the role of spoiler. Behind the veteran core of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili and sparked by a talented youth movement, the Spurs have a legitimate shot of finishing the season with the best record in the Western Conference.
With David Lee (strained groin and stress reaction) and Richard Jefferson (right knee swelling) out of action, the Warriors suffered another blow when Andris Biedrins went down with a mild concussion during the third quarter of Saturday’s contest. Biedrins is listed as day-to-day and must receive medical clearance before returning to action, per NBA's concussion policies. For more on the injuries of Lee and Jefferson, click here. As a reslut of all of the injuries, the Warriors signed free agent center Mikki Moore on Monday morning, and the 12-year NBA veteran is expected to be in uniform for the Spurs game.
DEADLY FROM DEEP
Brandon Rush has been one of the top 3-point shooters in the NBA throughout the season. He currently ranks sixth in the league in long distance shooting (.448) and he’s made half of his attempts over the last six games (13-for-26).
GAME NOTES: WARRIORS | SPURS