2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
58-24, 1st in Pacific
Dubs roll on team effort in San Antonio (0:56)
Haynes says Durant is fine after turning ankle (1:30)
Klay on Game 4: 'Nothing's given in this league' (1:19)
Durant, Warriors take 3-0 lead against the Spurs (1:42)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant tells ESPN "I'm good. It's nothing" when asked about his ankle sprain. He said "it was a quick roll. It didn't completely turn. I'm fine." He's a go for Sunday.


Durant leads Warriors to 3-0 lead over mourning Spurs

Kevin Durant had 26 points, nine rebounds and six assists, and the Golden State Warriors beat San Antonio 110-97 on Thursday night for a 3-0 series lead over the Spurs, who were still reeling from the death of Gregg Popovich's wife, Erin.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant walking to the locker room without a noticeable limp, which is positive considering it appeared he tweaked that left ankle pretty good.

Durant tweaks ankle (0:36)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant and Shaun Livingston leave the game late with ankle tweaks. Doesn't appear to be serious, but Warriors being cautious and taking them out and into the locker room.

Warriors drain back-to-back 3-pointers (0:48)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State up 94-77 midway in the fourth and Spurs' fans are headed for the exits. The Warriors are on the verge of taking a commanding 3-0 series lead.

Durant hits big 3-pointer (0:18)
Draymond throws the hammer down (0:15)
Gay with another emphatic dunk (0:20)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs fan base is rowdy, feeding off the team's defense. Golden State has yet to knock down a triple (0-8). San Antonio leads 35-32 with 6:49 left in the second quarter.

Gay puts McGee on a poster (0:22)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State center JaVale McGee (quad contusion) will play tonight at San Antonio.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors swingman Klay Thompson said he never met the late Erin Popovich, but, Thompson said, "She had to put up with Pop, so I know she's an amazing woman and he's an amazing man. Just very unfortunate part of life. Our thoughts are with them. I couldn't imagine what they're going through." Thompson added of Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and why he's so beloved, "He's a voice for a lot of people who don't have one. He's a very thoughtful man and just has a great mind to him -- not just with basketball but with his world views and everything outside this arena."

Kerr devastated for Popovich's loss (1:00)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

With the outpouring of support for Gregg Popovich after the passing of his wife, Erin, Warriors coach Steve Kerr -- who played for Popovich -- explained why the Spurs coach is so beloved. "He's just such an incredibly powerful personality," Kerr said Thursday. "He's so raw and honest and morally sound. He's got his convictions and he sticks to it. He doesn't care what anybody thinks of him. Whether you like him or not, I don't think you can argue with the fact that he is a champion for human rights, civil rights, for the good in people. He's not afraid to call out people who are not helping their fellow members of society. I think everybody sees that honesty and conviction and whether you played for him or not, it's easy to see that. He's become a voice for the league and a huge figure in the league over the last couple decades on many fronts. He's obviously impacted the league. He's got so many branches of his coaching tree out there. We're all impacted by the way he's coached -- not just the x's and o's but his humanity, the way he treats his players and fellow coaches. Maybe not to much sideline reporters, but we give him a pass on that one. Pop is one of the finest human beings I know and he's made an incredible impact on my life."

Team Stats

Points Per Game113.51st
Rebounds Per Game43.517th
Assists Per Game29.31st
Points Allowed107.518th

Team History