The matchup of the game for Game 3 will be between Tim Duncan and Andrew Bogut.
Tim Duncan scored 23 points and 9 rebounds in Game 2 while shooting 9-20 (45%) from the field. Duncan will likely have to be more of a factor on the offensive end in the post, which would force the game to slow down to the San Antonio Spurs' advantage. Bogut was the opposite and has been for the entire series so far. He's averaging 5.8ppg and 7.7rpg the entire playoffs. In game 2, he only chipped in 6 points (2-3) and 11 rebounds. He hasn't been a factor so far and that may be key in this matchup for the Spurs to defeat the Golden State Warriors on their homecourt.
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