With Game 3 not until Saturday, it appears that the San Antonio Spurs are going to
(ankle) for tonight's Game 2. Needless to say, his likely absence caused a stir in the betting markets. Golden State opened -12 but was bet up to as high as -14 (-120). The Warriors have since settled in at -13.5 at most offshore sportsbooks. The total was bet down from a opener of 211 to as low as 207.5. After some "buy back", the total now sits at 209.5.
"We're not happy," Green added. "We just knew what we had in front of us, the opportunity. We still have that. I still believe in our guys. Last night was not just a physical beating, but an emotional and mentally draining game for us to start.
"Our best player is down. We don't know where he is at today [physically]. We still have a chance at something special. We felt with him, we had really good chances. Nobody is happy about it."