Last night's Cavs game was frustrating, as Kyrie Irving and the bench unit fell behind in the fourth quarter and the team couldn't turn things around in time. That being said, it's in the past. And it looks like a nice little sports Sunday. Jordan Spieth might be unbeatable. The Spurs have been unbeatable at home, but now face a motivated Golden State Warriors, who are looking to become the least beaten regular season NBA team ever. It'll be fun to settle in and watch.
The Warriors are on the second night of a road back-to-back, and barely got by last night against the Memphis Grizzlies. There were reports that Memphis police were considering possible assault charges on Draymond Green based on how physical he was on Zach Randolph. Bad jokes aside, the Warriors might be a bit tired. The Spurs want some revenge from their recent loss, and can make some history if they win.
Warriors and Spurs starts at 7:00 on NBA TV, and the Masters is on CBS. See you in the open thread.