It's game on at Oracle tonight. Both the Warriors and Spurs have big stakes to play for, and the word is that the Spurs will not rest its starters. The Warriors must win out to get the single season record, but the higher stakes are the top seed in the playoffs. The Spurs can help their cause by beating the Warriors twice, starting tonight.
Also on the line: the Warriors have not lost two games in a row this season, though now they've lost two out of their last three. The Spurs also haven't lost back to back (though they also have lost two out of three during the season, but not recently.)
Everyone will be watching Steph Curry. Was his horrendous shooting night against Minnesota a fluke, or is he facing shooting woes the equivalent of his miraculous shooting for most of the season?
Fascinating that while the Warriors broke several regular season records already, the Spurs may quietly break some significant ones that the Warriors couldn't. They still can win out at home for the entire season (while the Warriors have recently lost twice), and tonight the no back-to-back losses record is in play for the Warriors.
Baseball: The Giants sent their first off-season pitching acquisition to the mound yesterday. Jeff S. pitched smart and even without his best stuff managed a 3 run no-decision (the Giants ultimately lost 4-3.) But that was better than the pitcher he essentially replaced, Mike Leake. Leake (who got a humugous contract) started for the Cardinals for the first time, in Pittsburgh, and had a terrible game. He walked in a run and was otherwise ineffective as the Pirates swept their central division rivals (one of them anyway).
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