Kevin Durant and Clay Thompson led the defending champions Golden State to a long way to go past the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the Playoff, #Basketball The United States, after skipping in Oakland for the second time in the top 116-101, while veteran Dwyane Wade made a great match to tie the Miami Heat series with the Philadelphia Saints 1-1. The Warriors, who easily lost 113-92, were six points clear of their opponents in the second and third quarters, with Durant (32) and Thomson (31) finishing third. The Warriors, who were re-starred by injured Stephen Currie, boosted their record with their 11th home win in the playoffs. In contrast to his first game, Golden State did not easily start the match, leaving 23-25 and 47-53 in the half but Lamarkus Oldridge (34 points and 12 rebounds) and his teammates did not manage to keep up the pace. 4 throws just out of 28 attempts, versus 15 out of 31 for Golden State. Spurs coach Greg Popovic said the failure to pay off was the key to his opponent’s victory: “The ball has to fall in the basket, that’s the difference in the basketball competition, they paid 50 percent off the arc and we’re 14 percent. The Warriors, who have won the title twice in the last three seasons, widened the gap to 19 points in some of the second half and the quarter ended 36-25. Andrei Igudala, 34, scored 14 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists, including 4 of 3 attempts. Corrie, twice the best player in the league, is still in the ranks of Golden State, who have finished the regular season with five losses in their last 10 matches, due to a left knee injury. The third game will take place in San Antonio on Thursday. In the Eastern Province, Dwyane Wade regained his days when he scored 28 points after a substitute, and led the Miami Heat to tie the Philadelphia Philharmonic to a 1-1 draw with 113-103. The Heat ended a series of 17 consecutive victories for Philadelphia, thanks to Wade, 36, who has 11 baskets out of 16. Wade, who has won three league titles, began his season with the Cleveland Cavaliers before returning to Miami in February before the transfer was closed. Wade managed to take the lead in Miami’s early start (22-29 in the first quarter) and then beat 34-13 in the second quarter to score 21 points in the first half as his opponent struggled to score from outside the arc. Wade helped Slovenia’s strong return Goran Dragic (20 points) and James Johnson (18 points). “I told myself I would play aggressively, no matter how many minutes I would spend on the pitch,” said Wade after the game. “When the ball comes to you things start, I play games for those moments, help your team when they need you to feel comfortable.” Philadelphia, meanwhile, have to face the shock of their first loss since the start of March when they play the third game on Miami. The winner of four out of seven qualifiers qualifies for the semi-final to play the winner of the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks 1-0.