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    Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images The Golden State Warriors are looking to return to title contention next season. With the right moves, they could surround Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson with the right pieces to make this happen. Given their circumstances and low expectations heading into the 2020-21 season, you could chalk up the Warriors‘ season as a success. Golden...
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Draymond Green, who showed he can still anchor one of the NBA’s best defenses. What went right A look comparing Draymond Green’s stats from a year...
    Warriors player-mentor coach Leandro Barbosa said coach Steve Kerr approached him about playing this season and doesn’t know why the opportunity never materialized. Speaking on the “Locked On Warriors” podcast, Barbosa, who will play for the BIG3 league this summer, acknowledged that the idea of him returning to the Warriors as a player after three years away from the...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green is ready to defend the Olympic basketball gold medal he won in Rio, but teammate Steph Curry still remains on the fence as to whether he will join the team which will begin play in late July in Tokyo. According to The Athletic, both Green and Oakland’s Damian Lillard...
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Kevon Looney, who bounced back from injuries and quietly had the best regular season of his career. What went right It’s not often that a center...
    In public and behind closed doors, members of the Warriors’ organization haven’t hesitated in trashing the Phoenix Suns. Draymond Green has called the Suns organization “sh****” and “terrible” in post-game scrums. He advocated on national television for Devin Booker to force his way out of Phoenix. And the things that Warriors both with and without connections to the Suns...
    Hey, Dieter is a weekly wrap-up of the questions that I receive via email, Twitter, radio call-ins, and my morning rooms on the Locker Room app. Also, questions I receive in more analog ways. What a concept! If you want to get in on this action, you can email me at [email protected], tweet me @dieter, text me at...
    1989: Marques Johnson #8 of the Golden State Warriors looks to make a free throw during an NBA game in the 1989-90 season. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by: Ken Levine/Getty Images The Golden State...
    Getty Jalen Green of the G League Ignite After just missing out on the playoffs following losses in the play-in tournament, the Golden State Warriors are most likely to get the No. 14 pick in the draft. However, when the NBA draft lottery takes place on June 22, Golden State could luck into a much higher spot. Thanks...
    These NBA playoffs have to be so frustrating for Warriors fans to watch. Seeing the Suns, Nuggets, Clippers, and even the Jazz compete for the Western Conference crown is such a tease. Give Steph Curry and Draymond Green just a bit more help and they could not only compete with those flawed teams — they could beat them....
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Gary Payton II, who was a late addition to the roster but could carve out a role for next season. What went right Back in April,...
    Next1 of 2Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse Whatever the cost of getting him, Beal would be a massive addition to any roster. He’d make Golden State’s backcourt the jewel of the NBA. A scoring duo of Beal and Stephen Curry couldn’t be matched. Next: 2. A better two-way option on the wing Next1 of 2Prev postUse...
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Alen Smailagic, whose days in Golden State are likely numbered. What went right Not much. After an underwhelming rookie season, Smailagic’s sophomore effort was derailed by...
    Let this sink in for a moment: For the first time in 11 years, the NBA Finals won’t feature LeBron James or Stephen Curry. With neither Curry nor James advancing to the second round of these playoffs, a new generation has emerged from which a new star will be crowned for the first time. Can Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo...
    Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson was living his best life on Instagram Live while on a boat on Saturday. The Golden State Warriors gave it all they had this season, but they just missed out on making the NBA Playoffs after losing to the Los Angeles Lakers and Memphis Grizzlies in the play-in tournament. With the campaign over, the...
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Juan Toscano-Anderson, one of the great stories of this NBA season. What went right The last player the Warriors signed heading into the season, Toscano-Anderson emerged...
    Draymond Green had a message for Bob Myers and the Warriors’ front office Wednesday night. I’m not sure it was intentional, but it was a big, bold proclamation, nevertheless. And while it was ostensibly about another team, if it’s heeded it will have serious ramifications for the Dubs. But will the Warriors listen to their forward? Warriors...
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. First is James Wiseman, whose up-and-down rookie season ended prematurely with a knee injury in April. What went right Wiseman may have been outshined by fellow top picks LaMelo...
    The days of being ‘lightyears ahead’ are over for the Warriors. In fact, this offseason might best be defined as “take what you can get.” But that best might include an old friend and a couple of guys who can fill up the stat sheet. This upcoming offseason is critical to the Dubs, and ample time between...
    Klay Thompson has had several nicknames in his time with the Golden State Warriors, including China Klay, Camel Klay, and Headband Klay. Before them all was Game 6 Klay, a well-earned moniker considering his unforgettable fourth-quarter performance against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference final just over five years ago on May 29, 2016. Without it,...
    Former President Donald Trump honored the fallen on Memorial Day Monday, saying “they faced down our enemies and gave their lives so that America would prevail.” “America’s warriors are the single greatest force for justice, peace, liberty, and security among all the nations ever to exist on earth. God bless our fallen Soldiers, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Airmen, and Marines,” he...
    Stephen Curry. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Stephen Curry is eligible to sign a four-year, $215 million contract extension this summer. Curry rose to fame on a four-year, $44 million deal that ranked among the biggest steals in the NBA. If Curry signs the extension, he'd be the first player to sign back-to-back $200 million contracts. Visit Insider's homepage for...
    Bob Myers and Steve Kerr said all the right things in the Warriors’ end-of-season press conferences, Monday. That was expected. But simply acknowledging in a public forum that the Warriors need to add more veterans and embrace the run-and-gun style of their late-season success won’t make it so. Yes, intentions are nice, but if Stephen Curry is...
    There’s been a lot of squabbling among fans and pundits about how the Warriors should approach this offseason, and Golden State finishing the season 15-5 before bowing out in the play-in tournament didn’t do much to make things less confusing. Monday’s exit interviews with general manager Bob Myers and head coach Steve Kerr may have provided some answers. During...
    Alexis Ren. Courtesy of Alexis Ren Model Alexis Ren secured Instagram fame before it was cool, and now she's ready to take "influencing" a step further as a mentor for her We Are Warriors community, as told to Insider.  We Are Warriors is Ren's mental wellness and fitness community that aims to empower young women with the confidence,...
    After the final seconds of Friday night’s loss to the Grizzlies and the Warriors’ season ticked off the clock, Stephen Curry, a towel draped over his head, and Draymond Green embraced. Having tried to carry an undermanned group that outperformed expectations over the last couple of months one last time, it was a fitting end for Golden State’s leaders as...
    Favorite this Friday night to win tickets to the playoffs, the Warriors will not see the color in the end. Steve Kerr’s men lost to Chris Lice, so they can go on vacation now. A week after the first decisive clash, Chris Lice and the Warriors found themselves in the courts this Friday night. Yet the same goal: to...
    The Warriors’ season came to a screeching halt Friday night as the young Memphis Grizzlies eliminated them from playoff contention in the NBA’s play-in tournament with a 117-112 win at Chase Center. Memphis led throughout the game until the Warriors stormed back in the closing minutes. But the Grizzlies outscored the Warriors 10-3 in the final 90 seconds of...
    SAN FRANCISCO — The end of the Warriors season might be seen as premature, but the fact is that Golden State already proved everything it needed to in the 2021 season before Friday’s contest with the Memphis Grizzlies tipped off. So whether the Warriors played a real seven-game playoff series — or two — wouldn’t have changed a thing...
    Many signs are pointing to a win for the Warriors over the Grizzlies Friday night. Golden State has been humming all month, winning its last six games before Wednesday’s play-in game against the Lakers and eight of nine regular-season games in May. The Warriors played well Wednesday night, just not well enough to beat the Lakers and advance into...
    Stephen Curry. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Stephen Curry had one of his best offensive seasons while taking more difficult shots than ever. Curry is such an efficient scorer that it's possible the Warriors would benefit from him taking tons of shots. No one is holding Curry back from shooting an unprecedented number of shots if it's what the Warriors...
    Republican lawmakers in charge of funding the U.S. military addressed claims this week that there is "woke" political bias against conservatives in the armed forces. Multiple prominent Republicans on the House and Senate Armed Services Committees slammed cancel culture and woke ideology that they claim may be contributing to biases against service members who identify as conservative.  The criticism by...
    The most shocking Masked Singer reveals This Is America’s Worst Bank A second straight NBA Playoffs without the Golden State Warriors? Steph Curry and the Warriors had a big halftime lead over the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night but could not hold on. With the win, the Lakers locked up the No. 7 seed while the Warriors now...
    The Lakers beating the Warriors 103-100 Wednesday night generated some huge TV ratings. Despite the fact that the league’s ratings are in a complete and total nosedive, the Wednesday night play-in game generated some respectable viewership. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Los...
    Here is how to watch Friday’s NBA play-in tournament game between the Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies.  The Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies had different nights Wednesday. The former lost a close one to the Los Angeles Lakers while the latter held off a late charge from the San Antonio Spurs. Next up is an elimination game Friday...
    Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images The Los Angeles Lakers may have clinched a playoff spot, but the Golden State Warriors exposed some flaws in their play-in game round matchup. Things looked bad for the Los Angeles Lakers in the first half of their play-in round matchup against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night. Yet, the Lakers were a new team...
    Getty Stephen Curry with LeBron James. One word that is repeated throughout any conversation regarding a superstar player from the NBA is legacy. Whether it’s where they rank in terms of overall players or by their position, it holds weight in how they will be remembered when their career is over. Going into their most recent game against...
    Wednesday night at Staples Center, during the decisive third quarter of the Warriors’ 103-100 heartbreaker to the Los Angeles Lakers, Stephen Curry turned to teammate Jordan Bell while Golden State’s 13-point lead slowly faded away. “I missed this,” he said. For Curry, it had been two years, a broken right hand and a 15-win season since he last played...
    How do you think the Utah Jazz felt watching Wednesday’s Lakers-Warriors play-in tournament game? I imagine they were pretty scared. Wednesday’s matchup between the No. 7 and No. 8 seed was a classic. Steph vs. LeBron? Draymond vs. Anthony Davis? It doesn’t get much better than that. And while the Lakers had just a bit more than...
    The Warriors and Lakers turned their play-in game into an instant classic. The Lakers prevailed but the Warriors have more than a few questionable calls to stew over. Both the Warriors and Lakers needed some of those chaotic variables to break their way in Wednesday night’s play-in tournament — bit players to hit big shots, health issues to be avoided,...
    LeBron James put his acting skills on display during the Lakers’ win over the Warriors in the play-in tournament and CJ McCollum let him have it for flopping around. LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers got the last-minute win against Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors in the play-in tournament to secure the No. 7 seed in the...
    The Warriors will have to play again Friday to shore up the final playoff bid in the Western Conference after Golden State fell to the Lakers and superstar LeBron James Wednesday night at the Staples Center. James sank an improbable jumper as he faded away, well beyond the 3-point line, with the clock ticking down below 10 seconds. Steph...
    The Whiteboard is The Step Back’s daily basketball newsletter, covering the NBA, WNBA and more. Subscribe here to get it delivered to you via email each morning. The Los Angeles Lakers‘ best center is not Andre Drummond. It’s not Montrezl Harrell, and it’s not even Marc Gasol. No, the Lakers’ best option at the 5 is obviously the guy who helped...
    (CNN)LeBron James hit a game-winning shot with 58 seconds left on the clock as the LA Lakers beat the Golden State Warriors 103-100 to advance to the Western Conference playoffs. With two of the NBA's in-form teams facing off in the NBA's play-in tournament, James' 34-foot three-pointer settled the game, handing the defending champions a spot in the playoffs against...
    Blame the refs, blame the turnovers, blame the basketball gods. But don’t blame Warriors coach Steve Kerr for Golden State’s 103-100 loss to the Lakers on Wednesday night. The Warriors’ coach has found flak from all sorts of internet and television hacks for not calling a timeout earlier in the Dubs’ final possession in the team’s play-in tournament...
    Los Angeles Lakers டன் Golden State Warriors: 103-100 But who said the play was useless? This sounded like the dream poster for the league where the Lockers-Warriors decided to sell its new design. The clash between the gang of dominant champions LeBron James and Stephen Curry keeps all its promises. Spectacular performances, drama, commitment, tension, suspense until the end...
    Few have competed with and against as many all-time greats as Warriors coach Steve Kerr. From his days sharing the court with Michael Jordan, to taking the Finals stage with Stephen Curry and LeBron James four times, Kerr has seen up close how these world-class performers handle high-stakes moments. Ahead of Wednesday night’s play-in game between the Warriors and...