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Warriors coach Steve Kerr: "I think our guys were embarrassed (by the performance) tonight. I know I was."

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Spurs come away with a 29-point win over the Warriors. According to Elias, only one team has ever lost a season opener by 20 or more points and then bounced back to win the NBA title. That was the St. Louis Hawks who were blown out by Bill Russell's Celtics on opening night in 1957 before then beating the Celtics later that year in the NBA Finals.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors fans have had enough, and head for the exits.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Another bold Opening Night shout: Putting the Spurs' post-Tim Duncan future in Kawhi Leonard's huge hands doesn't look like the worst idea.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

In a Facebook Live video hosted by the Wall Street Journal, retired Lakers icon Kobe Bryant spoke about his NBA career, becoming a venture capitalist, his impressions of Silicon Valley and more. Since the 2016-17 NBA season opened Tuesday, Bryant was asked if he'll check the scores. "I have no championship on the line," Bryant said. "I have absolutely no reason to check the scores."

Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

Blazers guard Damian Lillard earned MVP chants from Portland fans as he scored 39 points to help the Blazers come back from a fourth-quarter deficit and beat the Jazz 113-104, Portland's NBA-record 16th consecutive win in a home opener.