Three games have come and gone. Adjustments have been made. The Warriors have countered. The time is now. Sunday, the Spurs will take to the floor at the AT&T Center, perhaps for the last time this season.
LaMarcus Aldridge has been a beast. His numbers in Game 1 and 3 are hardly recognizable from Game 2. He must have a monster game. Nobody feels as strongly about his need to lead as he does. Win or lose, Aldridge will stand proud.
Adding Rudy Gay to the starting line-up has added points and defense. There have been no minced words about Gay’s desire to see this side of the regular season. And he has made his mark. Expect Rudy to start and play like the man he has been throughout this series.
As for the younger Spurs, there hasn’t been a consistency. Who are we kidding, the entire season has been inconsistent. But throughout the trials of this season, the far end of the bench has gotten a lot of valuable playing time. They may not know playoff time, but with all they’ve endured, there should be should be an x-factor to grasp the Warrior’s attention on Sunday.
Which of the Spurs Young Guns is most likely to step up in Game 4?
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One of these men will seemingly come out of nowhere and change the momentum of the deciding game. We’ve seen it before. And keep in mind, every member of the Spurs line-up took a turn in leading the team in scoring at least once this season. They are all capable.
Who are you putting your money on?
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