(SL) – The Warriors erased an 18-point second-half deficit and rallied fora 120-117 victory over the Wizards in a game marred by a fight between Golden State’s Draymond Green and Washington’s Bradley Beal. The Warriors missed on 17 of 20 3-point attempts in the first half then lost Green when he and Beal were both ejected after getting into a fight with 19.5 seconds left in the first half.
Golden State erupted for 33 points in the fourth quarter, taking the lead for good on an Andre Iguodala layup with 3:13 to go. Warriors went on to win 120-117
Beal says, “Soon as it happened at halftime I apologized and I apologized again after the game. That’s unacceptable by me, for sure. I’ve got to show better leadership and better control.”
No word yet on if any suspensions will be handed down
(SL) – The great comeback indeed! The Hawks were phenomenal against the Wizards during game 3 of the playoffs. After falling 0-2 and determined to get their MMA skills up, it looks like Atlanta came ready to battle. John Wall didn’t have much help making it an easier win than anticipated. Post Game with Atlanta’s ball master and the golden kid as they talk about resetting the series and leaving their mark on Washington.
(SL) – The Atlanta Hawks struggled out of the gate against the Washington Wizards. The end result wasn’t pretty. 112-86. Post Game I talked to Paul Millsap about their difficulties.
Wizards’ Forward Markieff Morris helped lead Washington over the Hawks who before this game had led the Wizards by a game and a half in the East. Post game, Markeiff explained the importance of winning this game and how the offense clicked.
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(SL) – Everyone knows that Kent Bazemore goes hard. If he’s not lighting you up on offense expect him to be creating some problems on defense and on a good night…lookout for both. But during the season opener against the Wizards a little bit too much contact resulted in a little bit of scuffle between him and Wizards’ star John Wall. The call ended up being flagrant, but the Baze says it wasn’t intentional.
Watch the post game interview here:
(SL) – John Wall led all scorers and the Wizards to a 117-102 win over the Hawks. The Washington Guard scored 27 points and dished out 14 assists. Post game he talks about breaking down Atlanta’s offense and getting around their defense .
(SL) – The Atlanta Hawks looked good against the Washington Wizards. But as Coach Bud put it during the post game presser when you’ve got a team shootiing 52 percent from the 3-pt line and a guy like Wall who can get to the paint easily, shutting down their offense won’t be easy.
See Coach Bud’s Full Presser Below: