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Festus Ezeli makes big impact down the stretch in Game 2
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) As his teammates wrapped up their practice day, Festus Ezeli worked some post moves with coach Theo Robertson and shot a few more hook shots from each side of the key, then a series of free throws as assistant coach Ron Adams observed.
The Golden State center is making progress each day finding his rhythm again after all that time he missed recovering from arthroscopic left knee surgery. He sure came up big for the defending champions down the stretch of a 110-99 Game 2 win against Portland in the Western Conference semifinals, scoring eight points, grabbing six rebounds and blocking a shot in nearly 13 minutes after not even getting into Game 1.
"I'm always ready. I'm always prepared," Ezeli said Thursday. "I brought energy to the team. Hopefully moving forward there's more situations where I'm needed. It takes a little while. The injury's behind me now. Every time I'm on the court, I'm just trying to get that momentum, I'm trying to get my rhythm back. Each game I'm making a lot of progress."MORE
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