After two straight blowouts, one for each team, we'll see what game four has in store for us. The game three story lines were the fantastic 3 point shooting for the Spurs, led by Danny Green and Gary Neal, and LeBron James' off night. Neither of those things might be sustainable; we'll find out.
The Spurs have shown that they are willing to concede jump shots to James, Wade, and Bosh, and are daring those guys to convert. So far, they haven't been able to at a good rate. In the meantime, the Spurs have gotten fantastic performances from Green as a shooter and Kawhi Leonard defensively and on the boards. They will need more of the same, as Tony Parker strained his hamstring in game three. He will play tonight, and one of the things to watch is how effective he can be.
The Minnesota Lynx are also in action
tonight tomorrow night in Tulsa. They tip at 7pm CDT., and will be looking for their first road win of the season.
This is a game thread. Treat it like one. (I don't know what that means either).