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WATCH: Warriors owner bowed down to Klay Thompson

Klay Thompson put the Golden State Warriors on his back when they needed him the most on Saturday night, scoring 41 points and breaking the NBA record for most three-pointers made in a playoff game. His performance was so good that his boss even bowed down to him after the game. Following Golden State’s Game 6 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, Warriors owner Joe Lacoob was spotted...
Via Larry Brown Sports
31 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Klay Thompson felt he should have made more three-pointers

Klay Thompson set an NBA playoff record with eleven made three-pointers in Saturday night’s clutch win against Oklahoma City. Impressive, right? Well, in Thompson’s mind, it was underwhelming. Thompson believes he missed out on a chance to hit even more threes, feeling that he should have had at least 13. Klay Thompson on his record-setting 11 threes: "I should've had at...
Via Larry Brown Sports
34 minutes ago  |  Discuss

Golden State Warriors Push Game Seven but can they Advance?

The Golden State Warriors have proved once again they are a force to be reckoned with in the NBA. Against the odds of Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Warriors managed to overcome a two-game deficit and evened the series on Saturday May 28th to push game seven. And despite suffering blowout losses to the Thunder early on, the Warriors have a very good chance at another...
Via The Sports Journal
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Postgame Warriors Talk - Stephen Curry 5.28.16

Stephen Curry discusses Saturday night's thrilling Game 6 victory.
Via YouTube
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Postgame Warriors Talk - Klay Thompson 5.28.16

Klay Thompson discusses Saturday night's thrilling Game 6 victory.
Via YouTube
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Steven Adams makes a monster dunk on Draymond Green

Steven Adams and Draymond Green have had their fates linked throughout the Western Conference Finals, mainly because of Green’s multiple shots to Adams’ nether regions.  But Adams got what might be the ultimate revenge during Saturday night’s Game 6 – putting Green on a poster. Watch this insane dunk from Adams during the second quarter of Game 6 where he used every inch...
Via The Comeback
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Warriors meet their greatest challenge in Game 6

So what’s the problem? Why do I feel that the Warriors are fighting an uphill battle tonight in Oklahoma City? Home court. I’ve seen a lot of teams lose on their home floor, so I don’t look at home-court advantage as the determining factor when analyzing a matchup. Usually. This year is strange, folks. Look at the Eastern Conference Finals, where until Friday night the Cavaliers...
Via Crossover Chronicles
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Is the Golden State Warriors Aura of Invincibility Gone?

It can happen in the blink of an eye. One minute you’re the king of the world, the next you’re lying glassy-eyed on the canvas—counted out and wondering where it all went wrong. Whether you’re Mike Tyson in the ring, Tiger Woods on the links, or Ronda Rousey in the Octagon, when that moment comes, your invincibility is gone. The aura around you has been lifted and you become...
Via The Sports Post
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Warriors vs. Thunder NBA playoff preview: Golden State faces elimination in the face of glory

The Warriors look to overcome the mighty Thunder in front of a hostile crowd. The Oklahoma City Thunder will face the Golden State Warriors tonight on Reno Avenue in downtown Oklahoma City. Whether you're a Celtic junky or season ticket holder for the L.A. Clippers, every NBA fan has kept one eye on the Warriors all season. Now, the entire basketball world will pledge witness...
Via Golden State of Mind
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Game 5 was a treat, and the Warriors hope they can build on it

The Golden State Warriors can’t dwell on Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals. Their attention must turn to Game 6 on Saturday against the Oklahoma City Thunder. If they don’t win Game 6, the value of Game 5 will vanish. The memory of Thursday night’s win will recede into the mists of history. I’m just as eager as the Warriors — and you — to see what happens in Game...
Via Crossover Chronicles
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Warriors, Thunder taking turns beating each other in the opposite style

The Oklahoma City Thunder were never going to win Game 5. At least, that's what it felt like for most of the night - not against that team in that situation in that arena. Though for one long moment, as a Kevin Durant 3-pointer hung in the air with 35 seconds remaining, nobody managed a breath. For a moment, the impossible seemed suddenly plausible. But the ball caromed off the...
Via RealGM - NBA
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Golden State Warriors Win Game Five – Can they Even the Series?

Despite suffering back-to-back blowout losses at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Golden State Warriors were able to manage a win in game five of the Western Conference Finals. The series now stands 3-2 Thunder, and the Warriors look to even it in Sunday’s contest for a chance at their second NBA championship title in two years. Fortunately, it seems the Warriors found...
Via The Sports Journal
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Draymond Green kicks Andre Roberson in face

If we have learned just one thing during the Western Conference finals, it’s that Draymond Green apparently has no control over his own legs. The Golden State Warriors staved off elimination with a win in Game 5 Thursday night. For at least the third time this series, Green made sure someone ended up on the business end of his foot. Andre Roberson was the latest unlucky recipient...
Via Larry Brown Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Stephen Curry dribbles through entire Thunder defense, scores

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry rebounded from a poor performance in Game 4 and on Thursday night looked more like the player who was named MVP for the second consecutive season. The Warriors earned a much-needed victory in Game 5, 120-111, as Curry dropped 31 points, while Klay Thompson added another 27. Curry dazzled on one particular play in the second quarter when...
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

NBA Western Conference Finals Game 5: Warriors lead 58-50 at the half

The Warriors came out strong, but the Thunder will not go quietly into the night. Well, things have looked promising. Stephen Curry came out and had a few flurries. Draymond Green seemed like the player he was pre-#NutKickgate, and the Warriors lead by eight points at the half. However, the Thunder will not go away. They are a tenacious, irascible crew. So far? Game MVP goes to...
Via Golden State of Mind
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The Warriors need emotional and tactical solutions

The Golden State Warriors have a challenge in their Game 5 showdown with the Oklahoma City Thunder that is unique in scope. They have two huge problems that need to be solved independently of each other, meaning that solving just one won’t be enough. The Warriors, as it turns out, had an Achilles Heel. For those who have either forgotten their Greek mythology or never bothered...
Via Crossover Chronicles
2 days ago  |  Discuss

More questions than answers for Golden State Warriors

A two-time NBA MVP, the league’s second-leading three-point man and basketball’s most versatile forward walk into a bar. They sit down, look at the television screen above them and, for the first time in seemingly forever, see someone else at the center of the basketball world. Questions come to mind. What if their golden flash of a season was just that, a flash? What’s huffing...
Via Campus Sports Net
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Will the Golden State Warriors rebound?

Coming off their first two-game losing streak of the season, the defending champion Golden State Warriors find themselves on the verge of being eliminated by the Oklahoma City Thunder. It’s not that Golden State lost two games in Oklahoma City. After all, the Thunder put up the third-best home record during the regular season. Instead, it’s all about how they lost these two games...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Doesn’t Golden State Go Big?

This article was originally published on Pick and Popovich on May 25, 2016. Very few problems come from winning 73 games. Here’s one of them: when winning comes so easily, how motivated would any team be to experiment with alternative styles of basketball, just in case? Right now, the Warriors are getting absolutely blitzed in three areas: rebounding, fast breaks, and free...
Via The Sports Post
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Draymond Green on recent play: ‘I’ve been awful’

All-Star forward Draymond Green is taking responsibility for his role in the Golden State Warriors being pushed to the brink of elimination in the Western Conference Finals. Over four games against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Green has averaged 11.3 points, 7.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists, while shooting 33 percent and committing 3.3 turnovers per game. “I bring the energy to this...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Kerr says Steph Curry is healthy, Woj report says otherwise

Following another poor performance, Stephen Curry’s health has come into question. The Oklahoma City Thunder continued to shock the basketball world by once again blowing out the Golden State Warriors, with an 118-94 Game 4 victory in the Western Conference Finals. The win gave the underdog Thunder a commanding 3-1 series lead. The Warriors aren’t playing as their usual dominant...
Via The Comeback
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Charles Barkley: 'I’ve never seen the NBA as bad as it is'

This year the Golden State Warriors finished with the best record in NBA history, 73-9. Their star, Steph Curry, became the first unanimous MVP in league history after shattering all sorts of records. But despite all of this, NBA on TNT analyst Charles Barkley still thinks the NBA is at the worst level he’s ever seen. Speaking with ArizonaSports.com, Barkley said the following...
Via The Comeback
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Golden State Warriors: low blow

Earlier today, the league decided not to suspend Golden State Warriors’ star Draymond Green for kicking Thunder center Steven Adams in the groin. I assume that everyone has seen the play in in question by now, but if you haven’t you can watch it below. I am a Draymond Green fan. He’s tough, plays hard, and is the emotional leader of this Golden State basketball team. But this...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Draymond Green fined, avoids suspension

Draymond Green’s kick heard around the world into the groin of Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams will reportedly not earn him a suspension. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting that the Golden State Warriors forward will not be suspended for Game 4. The NBA will not suspend Golden State's Draymond Green for Game 4, league sources tell @TheVertical. — Adrian...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Suspension or not, Draymond Green’s kick may cost Warriors

Who would have thought that the outcome of the Western Conference Finals may hinge on a kick? In a series in which Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant and Steph Curry are on the floor giving fans a nightly show, the deciding factor in the series may not fall on their world-class talents. Of all things possible, a kick has the probability of being the most important moment of the series...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
5 days ago  |  Discuss
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