Warriors players, who have been crowned the world’s best basketball player in each of the past four seasons, will have their chance to make a statement this week in their third championship series in as many years.
The game, which will be streamed live on ABC on Sunday, will be played between the Warriors, the Spurs and the Suns.
It is expected to attract a crowd of around 10,000 fans, according to the ABC.
It is likely to be the last time the Warriors compete in the finals, as they face the reigning champion Lakers in the Finals on Saturday night.
The Warriors, who are undefeated in their five games, have been eliminated from the race by the Spurs in the first round of the playoffs.
However, the team has been looking forward to their second chance to prove themselves in the championship series, and the game will be the first opportunity for them to do so since they lost to the Clippers in the 2017 NBA Finals.
It was a great game for the Warriors and they will be back and better next time out, said Warriors coach Mark Jackson, who led the team to the NBA Finals in 2019.
The Warriors are a championship contender, but their focus is now on playing in the Western Conference Finals against the Spurs.
Jackson said the team was in good spirits following the series win over the Clippers.
He said he had spoken to the team after the game and had some good things to say.
It was an amazing win for the team and I think we’re going to be even better next year, Jackson said.
I think our mindset is a little bit different than it was last year.
This year, we had a little more of a mindset that we’re playing for a championship, not just winning games.
We’re a lot more focused this year, and that’s what’s important.
I’m proud of the way the team played, and we came out strong in the series, Jackson added.
The last two games of the series we were a little disappointed in some of our execution, and there were some things that happened that maybe were not necessarily on our team’s radar.
But it’s not like we didn’t have our own problems.
It was just a matter of us just staying focused and playing like we did.