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Stephen Curry Headshot

Curry posted 36 points (14-24 FG, 5-13 3Pt, 3-3 FT), six assists and five rebounds across 34 minutes during a 129-115 win over the Spurs on Monday.

Curry's 36 points marked a game high as he led the team to its third straight NBA Finals appearance with the win. He has saved some of his best performances of these playoffs for close-out games, as he has scored at least 30 points in each of the team's close-out games. Curry continues to shoot the ball at a scorching rate, as he's now shot better than 50 percent from the field in eight of the last nine games.
Yesterday 11:58 pm (EST)
Klay Thompson Headshot

Thompson contributed 10 points (3-13 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 3-4 FT), six rebounds and one assist across 34 minutes during a 129-115 win over the Spurs on Monday.

After one of his best performances of these playoffs in the Game 3 win, Thompson struggled in the series-clinching victory on Monday. After an extremely strong regular season, he has strangely struggled in the playoffs, as he's shot 40 percent from the field or worse in seven of the team's 12 playoffs games. His consistency will be something to monitor during the Finals.
Yesterday 11:58 pm (EST)
Manu Ginobili Headshot

Ginobili went for 15 points (6-12 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven assists, three steals and one rebound across 32 minutes during a 129-115 loss to the Warriors on Monday.

In what could have been the final game of his career, Ginobili turned in another good performance as he scored at least 15 points for the third time in the series. Ginobili received a larger workload in the series after Kawhi Leonard (ankle) went down, and he thrived in that role, as he averaged 13.8 points on 58.8 percent shooting, 2.8 assists and 1.8 steals per game.
Yesterday 11:57 pm (EST)
Kyle Anderson Headshot

Anderson recorded 20 points (8-14 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), six rebounds, four steals and two assists across 27 minutes during a 129-115 loss to the Warriors on Monday.

Anderson's 20 points marked a team high and also a season high in the season-ending loss. His role increased after Kawhi Leonard (ankle) was injured, and was quite effective in Game 4, as the four steals fell just one shy of his season high. Anderson's 2016-17 season wasn't particularly inspiring, but performances like this show what Anderson is capable of on occasion when given a decent workload.
Yesterday 11:57 pm (EST)
Kyle Anderson Headshot

Anderson will return to the bench for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Warriors, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.

Anderson started Game 3 as the Spurs attempted to go to a smaller unit, posting six points, nine rebounds, five assists and a block across 20 minutes. While it was a solid performance all around, the Spurs still took the loss, so in an effort to potentially spark a change, they'll go with Manu Ginobili in the top unit instead. Anderson should still see an elevated role with Kawhi Leonard (ankle) out, but he may not reach the 20 minutes he logged during Game 3.
Yesterday 9:21 pm (EST)
Manu Ginobili Headshot

Ginobili will start at small forward for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Warriors, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports

Ginobili is coming off an impressive Game 3 performance where he posted 21 points in 18 minutes, so he's earned a spot in the top unit with Kawhi Leonard (ankle) still sidelined with an injury. He should see an uptick in playing time with the move, which also likely means a slight decrease in playing time for Kyle Anderson, who will head back to the bench in the corresponding move. Ginobili has averaged 13.3 points, 1.3 assists and 1.3 steals across 16.3 minutes over the first three games of the series.
Yesterday 9:17 pm (EST)
Patrick McCaw Headshot

McCaw will start at small forward for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Spurs, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.

The Warriors went with JaVale McGee as a starter in place of Zaza Pachulia (knee) during Game 3, but will move to a smaller lineup featuring McCaw, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green in the frontcourt. McCaw will likely see an increase in playing time after logging just 11 minutes during Game 3, which should come with a temporary boost in his fantasy value as well.
Yesterday 9:12 pm (EST)
JaVale McGee Headshot

McGee will return to the bench for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals against the Spurs, Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News reports.

McGee was very effective in limited playing time during his Game 3 start, posting 16 points in just 13 minutes while filling in for Zaza Pachulia (heel). While Pachulia remains sidelined, the Warriors will go with a slightly smaller lineup featuring Draymond Green at center and Patrick McCaw at small forward. McGee shouldn't see a huge decrease in minutes despite the move to the bench.
Yesterday 9:08 pm (EST)
Zaza Pachulia Headshot

Pachulia (heel) has been ruled out for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on Monday against the Spurs, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reports.

Pachulia continues to work his way back from a bruised heel, but with the Warriors owning a 3-0 lead in the series and on the brink of eliminating the Spurs, they're going to play it safe with Pachulia and give him another game off for rest. JaVale McGee is expected to start at center for the second straight contest after recording 16 points, one rebound and a block across 13 minutes during Game 3. That said, the Warriors are also considering going small with Draymond Green at center and promoting Patrick McCaw to the top unit, so it will be a situation to monitor up until tip off.
Yesterday 7:39 pm (EST)
Kawhi Leonard Headshot

Leonard (ankle) has been ruled out for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on Monday against the Warriors, Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reports.

Coach Gregg Popovich indicated earlier in the week that Leonard was unlikely to play Monday, so this latest update comes as no surprise. With the Warriors boasting a commanding 3-0 lead and on the brink of eliminating the Spurs, this could mean the end of Leonard's season after averaging 25.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.8 steals across 33.1 minutes during the 2016-17 campaign. Look for Jonathon Simmons to start a third straight game in Leonard's place Monday, with guys like Kyle Anderson and Manu Ginobili potentially picking up some extra run as well.
Yesterday 7:24 pm (EST)
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