"It's not an easy day to be here".
San Antonio did not air a video tribute or hold a moment of silence for Erin in an apparent attempt to make the game as routine as possible for its players, but that was impossible.
The Warriors opened 1 for 14 on 3-pointers.
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The British bomb has been removed, the main railway station has reopened and traffic is getting back to normal. 'A short bang - there was a controlled explosion of the detonator away from the bomb, ' the police said.
"I never thought I would score 30 or something like that", Mirotic said. They were going to need to play better than in the first two games to take a win.
Curry, who has missed 13 games since suffering a severe left knee ligament sprain on March 23, was examined Friday by team doctors who updated the star guard's condition and prognosis. As for the Warriors team, they've now won 18 straight Western Conference games and will go for the sweep on Sunday. Averaging 25.7 points, Thompson is shooting a scorching 63.3 percent and is 65.0 percent from the three-point line. Golden State finished 10 for 32 on 3s.
For Livingston, he played 20 minutes in Game 3 putting up 16 points, three rebounds, one assist, and one steal.
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According to a BBC report on Thursday, Musk wrote an email to his staff that also suggested a crackdown on expenditure. Tesla is trying to meet a target of producing 6,000 Model 3 vehicles a week by the end of June.
Durant told reporters he is "fine" after rolling his ankle late in Game 3. However, prior to the start of the playoffs the team said Curry wouldn't return until the second round.
The Spurs, who dropped the first two games, took the court with heavy hearts, mourning the death of coach Gregg Popovich's wife, Erin.
Kerr has been a friend of the Popovich family since his days playing for the Spurs at the turn of the century.
"He's still pretty sore, so we'll see", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.
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Riordan was sitting on the left side of the plane when something in the engine apparently broke and smacked into the window. It is unclear whether the FAA's original directive would have forced Southwest to quickly inspect the engine that blew up.