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Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Los Warriors entrenan esta mañana en el AT&T Center de San Antonio, horas antes de enfrentar en el Juego 4 de las Finales NBA a los locales Spurs. Zaza Pachulia está en la duela junto con sus compañeros, luego de que no jugó el partido anterior por lesión en talón derecho. Andre Iguodala también está entrenando a pesar de sus molestias en rodilla izquierda. El delantero de los Warriors si estuvo en el partido anterior. Los Warriors están a un triunfo de llegar a sus terceras Finales NBA consecutivas. Los Spurs no entrenaron esta mañana.

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The Warriors would be the first team in NBA history to enter the Finals 12-0 with a win over the Spurs on Monday. ESPN's BPI gives Golden State a 53 percent chance to accomplish that feat.

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This day in the NBA, 1988. Wilkins scores 47, but Bird scores 20 in 4th quarter on 9-of-10 shooting, Celtics edged Hawks by 2 points.

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Overcoming a 21-point deficit as 16.5-point underdogs on the road is tough enough, but Boston managed to do so without Isaiah Thomas. It was the first playoff win in Celtics history without the team's leading regular-season scorer (0-6 entering Sunday), per the Elias Sports Bureau.

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Only one team (2000-01 Lakers) has entered the NBA Finals unbeaten, and no team has ever started the playoffs 12-0. The Warriors can do both with a win Monday (9 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN) against the Spurs, who have been swept both previous times that they trailed 3-0 in a series under Gregg Popovich.

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Last year delivered the NBA's second-largest playoff upset since 1998, but Sunday night's shocker far exceeded it based on the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook's spread.