The San Antonio Spurs lost Game 2 to the Golden State Warriors last night in San Antonio as the series (1-1) shifts to Oakland for Game 3. The Warriors not only stole homecourt advantage, they also snapped a 30-game losing streak in San Antonio and look confident heading back home.
One can point to numerous reasons why San Antonio dropped Game 2 from allowing themselves to have to climb out of another double-digit deficit (16 points), no answer to stop Klay Thompson (34 points) and Stephen Curry (22 points) to poor performances from Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili.
But as the scene shifts to Oakland, are Spurs fans concerned about the series and San Antonio's chances to advance? Apparently feelings are split.
After the game, I asked fans on Twitter their feelings about the series. Here is what some fans are feeling after the Game 2 loss.
— Eric Bishop (@Ericb1980) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 yes, but more at our lack of shooting. We've seen their best shots I feel like,but we had so many blown opportunities in that 4th
— NDEddieMac (@NDEddieMac) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 Very…We have 2 unanswerable problems named Curry and Thompson.
— Darren The Merchant (@djohn90) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 yep. And I lost my voice from tonight's game.
— Kat (@ANuttyBrunette) May 9, 2013
— Art Middleton (@GameTimeArt) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 You live by the jumper, you will die by the jumper. No concern at all.
— Xavier Martinez (@MartineivaX) May 9, 2013
— Aaron Velarde (@avelarde2) May 9, 2013
—michael beltran (@miggyster) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 I'm just curious to see how the Spurs respond on the road in that environment and whether they will continue to shoot poorly.
— Nellie (@SpursNerd) May 9, 2013
— Mr. L! (@SuprHero) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 kinda. It's not the % of shoot that concern me, it's the way spurs play. Kinda reflect the okc series last year.
— Iksan (@iksanity) May 9, 2013
— Nik D (@TBJ_soldier) May 9, 2013
— eri triwulandari (@eri_triwul) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 not exactly, we haven't played our best. Missing open shots doesn't help. But I like losing now, rather than later.
— Gaby (@gabbaayy16) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 There are real concerns on both ends of the floor, but I'm gonna wait for game 3.
— N (@nikkiyea) May 9, 2013
— NoHomo JustRomo (@NoHomo_JustRomo) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 not all.. GS gave everything. Now its the Spurs turn!
— Paul (@Kungfuwillie) May 9, 2013
@sa2ny2004 what kills me is that they can't make a shot to save their lives at times, and everything seems forced.
— Richard Galvan (@cliffordsound) May 9, 2013
— Benjamin Montierth (@misterx91578) May 9, 2013
And of course our very own Humberto "Humbie" Cervera weighed in and after two games, feels the Warriors will upset the Spurs.
What do you have to say Spurs fans? As you can see your fellow fans are split. Where do you stand after two games?