Nearly arrested? Mike Brown was just trying to get to Game 2

Golden State Warriors centre Zaza Pachulia is questionable for Game 3 of the NBA Western Conference final due to a bruised heel

Nearly arrested? Mike Brown was just trying to get to Game 2

San Antonio Spurs forward Jonathon Simmons is starting in place of Kawhi Leonard in Tuesday night's Game 6 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors.

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Golden State coach Steve Kerr is expected to travel with the team to Texas on Thursday, general manager Bob Myers said Wednesday.

The Golden State Warriors' rare unbeaten start this postseason doesn't necessarily mean they're on their way to a title. Oh, down in San Antonio, it's going to be more than a dogfight.

Last year, the NBA's Western Conference finals were all about groin kicks, but 2016 was a weird year.

"I stopped, I did what they asked me to and I let them take care of San Antonio", Brown said.

"They're going to play as hard as they can until it's over".

"It's just not what anybody does to anybody else", Popovich said. Go to the next red light, more cops come, the bus is right on us.

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Pachulia left the game injured for a Warriors team already without key reserve forward Andre Iguodala, held out because of soreness in his left knee that limited him to 10 minutes in Game 1.

"The schedule comes in and helps us out", guard Shaun Livingston said.

Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Golden State's starters got plenty of rest in the fourth quarter on a night the bench delivered a season-best 63 points.

San Antonio has been outscored by 61 points since Leonard exited Game 1 of the series due to an ankle injury with just over eight minutes remaining in the third quarter.

Coach Gregg Popovich was furious with what he described the unsportsmanlike play but Mills refused to talk about the play, deferring to his coach, but joked: "I can't jump really high anyway". "The only way I can process this is I think it's not about O's and X's or rebounds or turnovers or anything like that". So one would logically think maybe it will take longer, but I'm hoping that's not true and we'll have him for Game 3. You have to believe. They're six wins from a second National Basketball Association title in three years - more than halfway there - but they're also six straight wins from becoming the first team in league history to ever run the table in the playoffs.

"Unlike Game 1 we did that tonight".

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