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Glad the Warriors won and you enjoyed those great seats.
OK, so two weeks. Basically, the Warriors want the Blazers to extend their series to at least 6 or 7 games. So a Blazers win tonite according to the posted schedule would have game 6 being played Friday the 29th. With Game 7 Sunday the 1st of May.
And unless I am wrong, they NBA would also await completion of Eastern Conference series as well before starting, so there are a couple there that could go to Saturday or Sunday.
So, in a perfect world, a Game 7 on Sunday with Blazers and Clips would make for a game 1 of that series on what, Tuesday or Wednesday at the earliest?
So he would then miss Games 1 and 2 of that series, both to be played at Oracle.
Is that logic correct?
This year was going way too perfect so not surprised that finally some roadblock has finally emerged to make winning another title difficult like it should be. But their best player in Curry going down is as a bad as it gets. Still, Steve Kerr has done an amazing job the last 2 years so it will be interesting to see what he has in his bag of tricks to make another run. The second half in game 4 shows it will be possible even though against a petty terrible Houston team. Warriors still have the home court advantage and Klay and Draymond are playing like the All Stars they are.
I hope that all is well with you Lowell. I miss reading your reporting on Game 5.
Thanks, MendozaLine. An illness in the family.
Lowell Cohn, retired columnist for the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, covered sports for almost 40 years and never ran out of things to say.