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Warriors expert on what the Spurs need to do against Golden State

JRW frats with Andrew Flohr of Golden State of Mind over all things Spurs vs. Warriors and everything to look for in tonight's game between the NBA's two best teams.

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The day we've been waiting for is finally here: with the season's more than halfway done, the San Antonio Spurs will play the Golden State Warriors for the first time. We'll get to see the Dubs' number one offense take on SA's number one defense -- and the number three offense take on the number three defense for good measure. Stephen Curry vs Tony Parker, Draymond Green vs Kawhi Leonard, West Coast swag vs Alamo City stoicism. What more could you ask for? Besides Tim Duncan playing, of course.

Earlier in the season, when the Warriors were in the middle of their season opening historic win streak, I had a conversation with Andrew Flohr of Golden State of Mind, and we talked about what there was for a Golden State fan to worry about. This time around, there's an actual game to discuss. The conversation is going on right now, and will continue throughout the day. This page will automatically update when each new section is finished, so check back or follow on Twitter to know when the latest part of the conversation is ready to read.

As always, we're using ReplyAll to facilitate the conversation.

For the curious, ReplyAll is a fantastic and incredibly easy to use tool that enables conversations. Since I started doing the Fraternizing with the Enemy series of conversations back in 2010, it is the innovation that changed the process from the clunky mess it was, to the breeze it is today. Instead of cobbling together mounds of text from a dozen emails and wrestling with formatting, I can focus on the conversation and let a single line of HTML do the rest. Anyone who can benefit from such a tool should definitely check them out.