Popovich: LaMarcus 'Has Been A Monster' And 'Plays Through Everything'

Popovich: LaMarcus 'Has Been A Monster' And 'Plays Through Everything'

Popovich: LaMarcus 'Has Been A Monster' And 'Plays Through Everything'

Their reward for eventually securing a postseason berth in a hugely competitive Western Conference was an opening round encounter with the defending champions, the Golden State Warriors.

Aldridge averaged 23.1 points on 51 percent shooting from the floor this year, and he added 8.5 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game. For many spotlighted in the article, they chose to back Trump.

After a poor showing in the first encounter in Oakland, LaMarcus Aldridge put in a great performance in last night's loss.

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Head coach Gregg Popovich, as well as his locker room, seem to have grown exhausted of the drama surrounding the team - especially for a player that isn't on the court or with the team. Obviously, Nick Kerr is focused in on trying to help the Spurs knock off his dad's team in both Game 2 and the entire series.

"He doesn't complain about a darn thing", said Popovich of Aldridge. "He's unbelievably loyal to Pop and the players and I couldn't be more proud of him".

The thinking around the league was that Leonard would not be coming back this season, and on Monday we got word from Yahoo's Shams Charania that the two-time National Basketball Association defensive player of the year would indeed sit out the rest of the season as he continues his rehabilitation in NY. Then, we would have to decide what's going on from there.

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"You know, go home with that same mentality and hopefully, we'll shoot the ball better from the three, and guys [will] be feeling better".

"That's how angry I got".

While that quote could be seen as a slight to Leonard, the Spurs have had no answer for the Warriors, who have shot almost 47% from 3-point range in the first two games of the series.

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