It all starts with the phrases of Steph Curry hot, still in the field, to the microphones of Doris Burke, who asks him to describe the last, decisive action of the game, the Iguodala three-goal basket. "I see it as a lack of respect, that of leaving a player like Andre free in this way, on a decisive pitch. He has already questioned it, and he did it tonight," says No. 30. That pitch, to 6 seconds from the end, you also decide race-2 but in the post-game the first that seems to disagree with Curry is Nick Nurse, who goes against the current admitting: "We were certainly not trying to disrespect anyone. We doubled Steph Curry, who was almost handing over the ball to Kawhi [Leonard]: it was a good defensive play, of intensity, my players tried to cover as much field as possible, but they were good at finding Iggy. free: as I said, we doubled Curry and then we were catching up to the others, if he takes the shot and the mistake we have the ball in hand on -2 and the chance to win the game ". Even more seraphic Kawhi Leonard, who from Kawhi Leonard to the question if the Raptors wanted to see the ball in the hands of Iguodala for the final shot. "No, we wanted to see it in our hands. We wanted to recover that ball." More talkative Fred VanVleet: "No, we don't disrespect a player if you come from Iguodala. We know he has already sung the genre throughout his career. He has done it several times for Golden State even in recent years, we have already seen this movie, we tried to be aggressive, to make sure someone else beat us
The next time maybe it will be better in the rotations ". An analysis shared also by Steve Kerr:" Obviously they certainly didn't want to take the shot one step, so they doubled it however but Andre free. He had already scored another one before [overtaking in the third quarter, ed], he did a fantastic job tonight. She has already scored many important shots in the NBA final, so it is certainly not intimidating ". And so the last words of her press conference are given by the coach of Golden State to Iguodala." She has so much experience: in her career he has already done everything, he was at the Olympics, he won three rings, he was an All-Star. He knows how to play, he's one of the smartest players I've ever seen. I think he understood that in the second half we would have needed his production and as always he didn't miss it. "Closing with 6 assists, 8 rebounds and even 8 points, three of which are more important than the others.