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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...
    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...
    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...
    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...
    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,...
    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...
    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...
    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...
    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...
    (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...
    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...
    The Golden State Warriors are looking to upset the Los Angeles Lakers in their play-in game on Wednesday night. There are two keys to getting it done. What will it take for the Golden State Warriors to take down the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Play-In Tournament? Golden State has 6-foot-10 Kevon Looney at center. Los Angeles has Anthony...
    Kent Bazemore likes to end each of his postgame media sessions by recapping the Warriors’ place in the standings and teasing what’s next. “Five straight for the Warriors,” Bazemore said after Golden State’s win over the New Orleans Pelicans Friday. “Fourteen out of 19, big game on Sunday, Chase (Center) let’s get it… See y’all Sunday.” On Sunday,...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — There is no denying that the marquee matchup is Steph Curry versus Lebron James in Wednesday night’s highly anticipated Golden State Warriors-Los Angeles NBA Play-In Game showdown. One line lower on the bill will be the battle between Anthony Davis and Draymond Green. READ MORE: Victims Family Mourns Young Womans Death In Oakland Party Bus...
    How far can the Warriors go this postseason? Three big things will determine it, starting against the Lakers Back when the Warriors were the NBA’s dominant force, playing after Memorial Day — aka making the NBA Finals — was presumed. This pandemic-affected season, which started in December and is just now beginning its postseason, making it past Memorial...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Oakland-native Juan Toscano-Anderson a former G-League player now an indispensable part of the Golden State roster, is being rewarded for stellar play with a multi-year contract. The Warriors announced the move Thursday, saying “The Oakland native stays in The Bay.” READ MORE: Oakland Resumes Bulky Block Party Trash Disposal Events To Stem Illegal Dumping The...
    Draymond Green, who’s captained the NBA’s team to beat over the last half-decade, summed up the Warriors’ position this season well after Tuesday night’s win over the Phoenix Suns. “For a second there we were the hunters, then we turned into the hunted for five, six years, whatever it was. And now we’re hunting again,” Green said Wednesday after...
    Before the end of Monday night’s game, the Warriors had already clinched a spot in the play-in tournament. Against the Utah Jazz, they showed why they’ll be a tough matchup come playoff time. Going down to the wire against the NBA’s only 50-win team, Stephen Curry’s 3-pointer and free throws in the final 15 seconds sealed a 119-116 win...
    New Orleans Pelicans guard Lonzo Ball was not going to have a bad time vs. the Golden State Warriors again. After only scoring seven points in the New Orleans Pelicans‘ home loss to the Golden State Warriors on Monday, Pelicans guard Lonzo Ball let star teammate Zion Williamson know over text that he was going to step up his game in Tuesday night’s rematch. Ball...
    As always, thanks to everyone who asked questions for this week’s mailbag. To submit questions for future mailbags, send them on Twitter (@wcgoldberg) or by email ([email protected]). Alright, let’s do this. To return to title contention next season, just gotta add a couple of veterans next season. You keep Kelly Oubre Jr., Jordan Poole, Juan Toscano-Anderson and Eric Paschall...
    Getty Kelly Oubre brings up the ball in a game against the Dallas Mavericks. The Golden State Warriors are battling for a place in the NBA playoffs and may be shorthanded the rest of the way after a grim injury update for their starting wing. After a big win over the Houston Rockets and with back-to-back games against...
    The Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday exploited a weakness that has been apparent all season: Lack of size is an issue for these Warriors, and it’s something the front office must address. The Warriors were outrebounded 57-34 in Thursday night’s 12-point loss in Minnesota. The Timberwolves scored 18 second-chance points off 16 offensive rebounds, including seven in the fourth quarter...
    The time has come for the Warriors to make a decision on guard Gary Payton II, whose second 10-day contract is set to expire after Wednesday. Under league rules, Payton cannot sign a third 10-day contract. If he’s to stay in Golden State, the team would have to sign him through the rest of the season. According to head...
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Stephen Curry’s pregame warmup had a little added flair with so many more people watching again. He loved seeing all the familiar ushers as he drove up to the arena three hours early. He thanked the fans before tipoff for being patient and persistent through a pandemic. Curry scored 32 points, Draymond Green added 19 assists...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Who could blame Steph Curry and his Golden State Warrior teammates if they were feeling a little extra boost of emotions Friday morning as they began preparing for a key evening showdown with the Denver Nuggets. For the first time since the COVID-19 league shut down in March 2020, there will be fans back in...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Who could blame Steph Curry and his Golden State Warrior teammates if they were feeling a little extra boost of emotions Friday morning as they began preparing for a key evening showdown with the Denver Nuggets. For the first time since the COVID-19 league shutdown in March 2020, there will be fans back in the...
    Golden State has a choice to make. Are they going to make a push for something better than the last spot in the play-in tournament or are they going to prioritize the team’s youth for the remainder of the season, namely center James Wiseman — results be damned? Because trying to do both things at the same time...
    As always, thanks to everyone who sent questions. You can submit questions for future mailbags on Twitter (@wcgoldberg) or by email ([email protected]). Do you have any insight into the vibe around Dubs? Has Steve Kerr “lost” the team? — Bud Stephen Curry’s comments after Sunday’s loss in Atlanta were telling: “You cannot play the way that we’ve played...
    (CNN)Destroyed. Humiliated. As defeats go this was about as bad it gets.Missing Steph Curry, who was out with a sore tailbone, the Golden State Warriors were routed 130-77 by the Toronto Raptors in Tampa, Florida on Friday."You saw it," said Warriors coach Steve Kerr as he reflected on the team's third worst defeat in its history and its sixth in...
    Three takeaways from the Warriors’ 116-109 loss to the Miami Heat (25-24) Thursday night at AmericanAirlines Arena to drop Golden State to 23-25: Again, Stephen Curry was brilliant and, again, the Warriors lost Curry scored 36 points on 9 of 19 shooting, including 5 of 11 from 3-point range, made all 13 of his free throws and had 11...
    The Warriors’ desire for sustained success hinges not solely on Stephen Curry extending his peak and James Wiseman realizing his potential, but also on forward Andrew Wiggins. At 26 years old, Wiggins may represent the bridge between Golden State’s present and future. While the development of Wiseman, who turned 20 Wednesday, and second-year guard Jordan Poole will be key...
    Getty DeMarcus Cousins of the Golden State Warriors reacts in the fourth quarter against the Toronto Raptors. Currently, the Golden State Warriors are two games below .500 this NBA season with a record of 22-24. Without their lead stars in Steph Curry (out due to a tailbone injury) and Draymond Green (recovering from an ankle sprain), the future...
    After weeks of speculation, the Warriors did not deal guard Kelly Oubre Jr. before Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, leading to further speculation about his future. Oubre, 25, is an unrestricted free agent after the season and figures to have plenty of suitors offering eight-figure salaries on the open market this summer. By not trading him before the...
    There was no big splash, only a minor ripple or two for the Warriors at the NBA trade deadline Thursday. And that’s the best-case scenario for the Dubs. Golden State saved some money on the luxury tax by trading away two players who weren’t playing for them anymore, and they held onto Kelly Oubre, whose name was frequently...
    The Warriors passed on drafting LaMelo Ball in November. It was a decision that could bring about a decade-plus of regret. Lucky for them, there’s another capable Ball that they can land. Yes, LaMelo’s older brother, Lonzo Ball, is the exact kind of player the Warriors need to acquire before the trade deadline. Not only would he...
    Down two in the fourth quarter Tuesday night, Warriors guard Kelly Oubre Jr. swerved into the paint, encountered two defenders and elevated for a floater, using his 7-foot-3 wingspan to drop in a tying field goal with 4:09 remaining. Oubre’s shot gave the Warriors a chance late in Tuesday’s 108-98 loss to the Philadelphia 76ers at Chase...
    Getty A few weeks ago, the Brooklyn Nets picked up power forward Blake Griffin in a buyout agreement with the Detroit Pistons. It’s evident that he couldn’t turn down the opportunity to play on the roster of one of the favorites to win the NBA title this season. With this decision, however, Griffin revealed that he was highly...
    Amid the rise in anti-Asian hate incidents, I reached out to the boy who bullied me 20 years ago Club for Growth targets Trump critics Cheney, Anthony Gonzalez The Golden State Warriors are attempting to do the impossible: extend their current championship window while preparing for their next one. On the rare occasion when it happens, it is usually...
    Since last season, Draymond Green has had a firsthand look at Jordan Poole’s development. So when Poole was sent last month to play for the Warriors’ G League affiliate in the bubble near Orlando, Green made sure to stay in touch with Santa Cruz Warriors coach Kris Weems. Green checked in periodically to make sure Poole was working on...
    Getty Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors is helped by staff after falling into the Houston bench during the third quarter of a game at the Toyota Center. Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry is one of the reasons this Warriors team is in contention for a coveted NBA playoff spot. However, everyone held their breath...
    Getty Steph Curry reacts after the Golden State Warriors defeat the Portland Trail Blazers in the Western Conference Finals. Golden State Warriors fans may get a few more chances to see Steph Curry try for a title. An insider has shared a major update on the two-time MVP’s future plans with the team, including how much longer he...
    From left: Riley, Ryan, and Stephen Curry. AP Photo/Ben Margot Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Steph Curry celebrated his 33rd birthday on Sunday, March 14. The NBA superstar's children surprised him with custom-made sneakers as a birthday present. The Warriors sharpshooter rocked the Curry Flow 8s in Golden State's next game. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Steph...
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