Before the Warriors travel to meet the Mavs in Game 3, here's everything you need to know about Sunday's contest, including how to watch.
SAN FRANCISCO – Jordan Poole stood behind a TV camera Friday night and proudly watched as Kevon Looney gave a postgame interview following a career-best performance in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals that earned the Warriors center some well-deserved praise. At the end of the interview, Poole enthusiastically congratulated his “big bro Loon. The little kid in me is so excited, so excited,” an elated Poole said after the heartwarming interaction.
Such a concern were the Warriors’ big man options that they went without one in the starting unit for the first ten games of the playoffs. It wasn’t until the crucial game six against Memphis that Looney was re-inserted, paying immediate dividends as he collected 22 of the Warriors’ historic 70 rebounds. But to be fair, the Warriors’ paint dominance had been a feature even before Looney’s return to the starting five.