"I think we were able to get a feel for them in the first game. Just trying to contest all shots, limit them to one possession, don't let them rebound the basketball on the offensive end and just get them off the 3-point line."
"We played a lot smarter than we did in Game 1. We played at our pace, not theirs. Passed the ball, found each other, moved a lot better with more of an old Spurs basketball."
"We took a big hit in Game 1, but it's just one game. We regrouped and we believe in ourselves. We believe in the players that we have here."
"The fact we play a different style now, with Kawhi holding the ball a lot and running the high pick-and-roll and creating for others means we don't need, as much in the past, a point guard that creates for everybody."
"It's not good."
"It's hard to see him limping and hurting now, and you kind of know we're not going to see him anytime soon. That's a tough blow. We shall see. We don't know."
"In that sense, we are going to have to find rotations, maybe without a point guard for moments. I don't know, we haven't talked about it. Patty's going to have to play more minutes for sure, but Kawhi, for sure, is going to have the ball more in his hands.
"Besides the fact that Tony is our point guard, we are going to miss having him around, his experience, his big shots. It is more than just who is going to start. We are going to miss his presence."
"He has that presence, just like TD had that presence. And he was rolling the last month, going back to his old self. He has that presence on the floor, especially when he's on the break. When the ball is in his hands, he makes big-time plays, big-time shots, big-time moves. So we'll see what the deal is."