The Golden State Warriors will travel to Texas to battle the San Antonio Spurs on Mar. 19 at 8.30 p.m. EST in an epic fight for supremacy in the Western Conference. Click for the live stream to watch this exciting game online!
These two teams are the best in the NBA so this should be an amazing game. On Saturday, Mar. 19, Stephen Curry, 28, and the Golden State Warriors will challenge Tim Duncan, 39, and his San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center at 8:30 p.m. EST. No need to pack your bags for a trip to the Lone Star state because you can watch the game by clicking down for the live stream!
The Warriors have an impressive 61-6 record. Star player Steph recently celebrated his 28th birthday by dropping 27 points on the New Orleans Pelicans on Mar. 14, but he sat out the fourth quarter during the 125-107 win which earned the Warriors the record of fastest team to reach 60 wins in a season. They are chasing Michael Jordan’s, ’95 Chicago Bulls and their record-setting, 72-win season.
The Spurs meanwhile are no team to take lightly and they can beat these Warriors. They recently picked up free agent LaMarcus Aldridge, 30, to bolster both their defense and offense. They are 4 games behind the Warriors in the Western Conference and have a chance to make up ground with a win. Both teams are coming in hot, the Warriors have won 6 in a row and the Spurs have managed to win 5.
The Spurs’ aging all-star center, ‘Old Tim’ is enjoying his 19th season in the league. Who knew he was still balling? Texans, that’s who. And he’s not going anywhere because he has about $6 million-worth of reasons to return to ball after this season until his contract expires in 2017. Who would give that up?
Tim has always been a quiet leader whose presence on and off the court gives the Spurs the confidence of a champion. If Tim plays on beyond his current contract, he will be in some very good company. Only Kevin Willis and Robert Parish have gone 21 seasons in the NBA.
This will be quite the challenge for the Warriors, but one they are bound to rise to as they continue to tear apart the league and all those that stand in their way of making history.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Who would you like to take this win? The younger Warriors or the salty veteran Spurs?