Here are the scores, updates, and results of the NBA 2021-2022 Regular Season between the San Antonio Spurs (SAS) vs the Golden State Warriors (GSW) on February 2, 2022 (All times are in Philippine Standard Time) at the AT&T Center.
The Golden State Warriors get away with a big win without their primary players against the San Antonio Spurs after being down by most of the contest.
The Spurs collapsed in the fourth quarter, only scoring 16 against the Warriors’ 35. At one point, they even led by as much as 17. The Spurs also opened the fourth quarter with a 15-point lead, but they blew it.
Jordan Poole stood up for the team knowing that star players Curry and Thompson are not playing due to injuries. Poole led the team with 31 points, six rebounds, and five assists. Not only that, but he also knocked down four three-pointers, one of them being a huge one as it gave the Warriors a two-point lead with 17.9 seconds remaining at 122-120. After that, the Spurs never recovered and loses to the road team.
Lee added 21 points for the Warriors to go along with five three-point shots while Moody had 20 points and hit six shots from beyond the three-point arc. Kuminga provided offense from the bench as he scored 19 points on 8-15 shooting from the field.
Curry, Thompson, and Wiggins were not playing against the Spurs tonight because of injuries. Curry is out due to a left toe injury, Thompson with his right Achilles, and Wiggins has an injury on his left knee.
Even without the star players of the Warriors, the remaining squad still delivered a dub.
The Warriors were also not playing with Iguodala, Porter Jr., and Bjelica.
In the fourth quarter, the Warriors’ cast continues to decrease as they lost Gary Payton in the fourth quarter to a leg injury.
Dejounte Murray led the Spurs with 27 points on 12-21 shooting. Johnson added 21 points while White had 16.
In the first half, the Spurs lost their centers Poeltl and Landale after both were hit in the head.
Spurs vs Warriors
30-36; 33-31; 28-35; 35-16
Spurs (120) – Murray 27, Johnson 21, White 16, Vassell 14, Walker IV 11
Warriors (124) – Poole 31, Lee 21, Moody 20, Kuminga 19, Looney 12