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The time has finally come for the Golden State Warriors to begin their path to redemption. After the heartbreak of the NBA Finals last season, the Warriors will begin their road to becoming 2016-17 NBA Champions on Sunday. Up first is the always tough Portland Trail Blazers.
These two teams met in the Western Conference Semifinals in the previous playoffs and they tend to create some memorable moments. Regular season aside, Golden State knows they will have a fight on their hands.
The No. 8 Portland Trail Blazers (41-41) visit the No. 1 Golden State Warriors (67-15) in Game 1 of their first-round Western Conference playoff series Sunday at Oracle Arena.
What: Blazers at Warriors, 12:30 p.m.
TV channel: ESPN (Comcast/Xfinity channel 35, or 735 for HD) and KGW (Comcast/Xfinity channel 8, or 708 for HD)
Online: NBA League Pass is blacked out for nationally televised games.
Listen: Radio on KPOJ 620 AM in Portland area.
About the Warriors: Golden State just wrapped up one the best offensive seasons in league history, matching the 1987-88 Los Angeles Lakers for the highest offensive rating in NBA history, according to Basketball-Reference.
The Warriors were first in the league in field goal percentage (49.5), assists (30.4) and fastbreak points (22.6). They hit at least 10 three-pointers in 60 of their 82 games and topped in the 40-point mark in 19 quarters.
On top of the historically dominant offense, the Warriors had the second best defensive rating in the league this season. They led the league in steals (9.6), blocks (6.8) and points off turnovers (19.3).
The addition of Kevin Durant in free agency has transformed the Warriors from historically good to historically good with Kevin Durant. No team has won more regular season games (207) in a three-year stretch than the Warriors, who are also the first team in league history to win at least 65 games in three consecutive seasons.
Durant shot a career best from the floor while averaging career-highs in blocks and rebounds as defensive force in the Warriors vaunted small ball “Death Lineup.” With Draymond Green anchoring Golden State on defense, Durant, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry formed one of the most potent trios in the league.
The Warriors are 16-1 when Durant, Curry and Thompson each scored 20 or more points in the same game and 3-0 when they each scored 25 points or more. Golden State went 32-5 when Durant, Curry and Thompson scored a combined 70 points or more.
About the Blazers: The biggest question facing Portland heading into the postseason is whether or not center Jusuf Nurkic will play in Game 1. And the Blazers official injury report provided little clarity. Nurkic is listed as questionable for Game 1 with a final decision likely coming just before tip-off.
It’s been 17 days since Nurkic suffered a non-displaced fibular fracture in his right leg, an injury that prevented him from playing in the Blazers’ final seven games of the regular season. If he plays, he offers perhaps the Blazers’ biggest advantage, giving them a 7-foot, 280-pound two-way force who helped resurrect the season by averaging 15.2 points, 10.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.9 blocks in 20 games.
Portland was 16-4 with Nurkic in the lineup. His arrival and Damian Lillard’s post-All-Star break surge helped push the Blazers season from lottery-bound disappointment to the final playoff spot in the West.
The Blazers ended the season with 11th ranked offense, scoring 107.8 points per 100 possessions, and the 21st ranked defense, allowing 107.8 point per 100 possessions. Impressive statistical symmetry, fitting for a team that finished 41-41.
Lillard averaged 23.3 points on 45.8 percent shooting and 38.9 percent shooting from three-point range, 3.7 assists in three games against the Warriors this season. CJ McCollum averaged 22.3 points on 47.9 percent shooting and 40.7 shooting from beyond arc, 5.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists in four games Golden State.
The Blazers are 2-11 against the Warriors over the past two seasons, including the second round playoff series last season, which Golden State won in five games.
Injuries: For the Blazers, Ed Davis (torn labrum, left shoulder) and Festus Ezeli (left knee rehab) are out, Jusuf Nurkic (fibular fracture, right leg) and Tim Quarterman (concussion) are questionable and Allen Crabbe (sore left foot) is probable. For Golden State, Matt Barnes (right ankle sprain) is out.