Warriors resting almost everyone against Spurs
Also, that Draymond Green update finally come, and it's not ideal
San Antonio Spurs coach, Greg Popovich was the first NBA coach to really embrace the idea of strategically resting his players. He won a lot, and was able to extend the playing career of Tim Duncan because of managing minutes for years.
So it shouldn’t come as any huge surprise that Golden State Warriors head coach, Steve Kerr has taken the sentiment to heart and will be sitting a major chunk of the Warriors’ rotation tonight.
Also, that update on Draymond Green came in, and it is not exactly ideal.
First, General Manager, Bob Myers went on the radio this morning and offered many words, but little clarity. Turns out, Green is out at least through the All Star break (which is in around three weeks).
Looks like a skeleton crew tonight. Here’s hoping that it’s enough.
Who: Golden State Warriors (38 - 13) at San Antonio Spurs (19 - 32)
When: Tuesday, February 1st, 2022 // 5:30 p.m. PDT
Where: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas
I hear that there's a Postgame Party at: https://dubnationhq.com/p/skeleton-crew-warriors-pull-out-shocking
What will Popovich say to his team after the loss to the Warriors?