The Warriors are two games away from clitching an NBA Finals berth and they are set to face a San Antonio team that is determined not to make that a reality. However, due to the injuries of Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, their ability to stop Golden State was deeply affected. Once the game began, the Spurs held a four-point lead going into the second quarter but that would change as the Warriors responded with a 35 points and putting them ahead 64-55 at halftime. Going into the third the Spurs would be playing catch up and would be down 12 at the start of the final quarter. In the end, the final score was 120 to 108 for the Warriors and they walked away with a 3-0 lead in the series. The starters for Golden State all scored in double figures.
Game 4 will take place in San Antonio, Texas with the Warriors leading the series 3-0. Tune in on Monday, May 22nd, at 7:00 (PT) | 9:00 (ET).
You can watch highlights from Game 3 online at NBA.com.