The report only assesses events that occur in a game that was at or within three points during any point in the last two minutes of the fourth quarter or overtime.
The Rockets were frustrated by Golden State's defense, for far different reasons.
Klay Thompson might have spoken up about the Rockets rematch a little too soon.
(Montrezl Harrell did a much better job for the L.A. Clippers in the first round of punishing Golden State's smaller lineups than Capela did on Sunday.) The Warriors want to play Capela off the floor.
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"I was told the same thing at half", he said.
"That's our best lineup", Kerr said.
"You're assuming you can defend him", D'Antoni said before the game.
While Houston's brass spared with the league behind the scenes, the Rockets maintained their focus was on Game 2. "They've got two Hall of Fame guards in the backcourt and everyone else has carved out a nice roll", Thompson said. They're the best team. "If you just sit around and think about that all day every day how do you ever get past it?" The Bucks' starters shot 30 percent - 15 for 50 - in Game 1.
Both of these teams know what they are up against and after one game it would be a mistake to expect any surprises. "If you go to the finals, it's nearly two months and I think the more we can have time in between for preparation and rest the better that serves us going forward". And they've already won at Oracle Arena twice this season, so the Rockets will be confident - probably even moreso now that they believe non-calls helped the Warriors in Game 1. They each finished the contest after rolling their ankle, playing 38 and 39 minutes, respectively.