Grieving Popovich will not return for Spurs' playoff game four

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Now, according to ESPN's Marc J. Spears, Messina will again be San Antonio's head coach for the team's Game 4 outing against Golden State on Sunday.

"You never know what a guy's pain tolerance is or how he's feeling", Durant said. South America. But all the guys I played with from Venezuela, Argentina, all the guys in the league just bring that toughness and that fight.

Spurs injury report: SF Kawhi Leonard (return from injury management) is out.

Thus, it is the business of basketball that will go on Sunday in San Antonio. Durant leads the Warriors in playoff scoring at 27.3 points per game, but Thompson is nipping at his heels at 25.7 points per game.

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Spurs star LaMarcus Aldridge says the team has to stay aggressive. With the stakes raised, the Warriors have ratcheted up their defensive intensity, rolled their offense through Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, and returned to their movement-heavy blueprint. San Antonio have made adjustments, Golden State have found answers in their depth and versatility while their top two scorers have compensated for the absence of their best scorer. "When they tell me he can play, then I'll put him out there". Being down 3-0, they don't want to get swept.

The team has been careful not to commit to any hard and fast date for when it expects the two-time MVP to get back to 100 percent. "They're definitely playing with house money".

The Warriors are simply the far better team in this series. Golden State won 110-97. After telling reporters Saturday that he refuses to write the Spurs' obituary, Kerr provided a quote that is sure not to end up on any bulletin boards in San Antonio's locker room.

It if it wasn't clear after the series opener, it certainly is now that the Cleveland Cavaliers have their hands full with the Indiana Pacers, who erased a 17-point halftime deficit to take a 2-1 lead with their 92-90 win in Game 3. "At the appropriate time, I would be happy to talk about Manu or Tony, or anyone else".

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