Spurs 126, Warriors 113: What they said after the game

Without Wembanyama, Vassell, and Osman, the Spurs still beat the Warriors on the road.

SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Spurs picked up a road win over the Golden State Warriors, 126-113, without Victor Wembanyama, Devin Vassell and Cedi Osman.

Malaki Branham scored 20 points and three rebounds, and Zach Collins added nine points in the starting role. Dominick Barlow had 19 points in the win, Keldon Johnson added 22 and Jeremy Sochan chipped in with 20 points.

The Spurs are 14-50 on the season and will next host the Golden State Warriors on Monday night.

Here’s a sample of what the teams said after the game.

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Coach Gregg Popovich:

“They’re a heck of a good group. They don’t give in. We make our share of mistakes, that’s for sure as a young team. But they’re learning, they’re getting more consistent in a lot of different areas. Just happy for them.”

“I think that was huge for us. The game didn’t go how we wanted it to last time. I know our record doesn’t tell the full story but we’re still trying to win and we’re still trying to play competitive basketball. So, any loss like that definitely hurts and it just feels good getting back into the win column.”

“I don’t think most people realize playing hard, every possession, that’s a real skill in the NBA. I feel like that’s his best trait. He (Barlow) plays really hard, he listens to Pop (Gregg Popovich), he listens to the assistant coaches and he’s always in the right position to be successful.”

“It was very important to bring the energy from the start, especially against a team, crowd, and environment like here, Golden State. So it was super important being able to play together, playing fast, and yeah, it was super important.”

Steve Kerr:

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Klay Thompson:

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