Still unbeaten, the Golden State Warriors have a few days to heal up again. Gregg Popovich's time will be spent working to get his San Antonio Spurs to wake up, before it's too late.
And determine whether injured superstar Kawhi Leonard might be healthy enough to return from an ankle injury, too.
Sure, the Warriors just pulled off a 36-point thrashing of the Spurs two days after squeaking out a 113-111 victory in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals — their second-largest postseason win behind a game from 1948 when the Philadelphia Warriors won by 39 at St. Louis.
Draymond Green, for one, doesn't believe the Warriors will get anything easy when they arrive in San...