It’s hard to imagine the Warriors offense less effective than it has been all season, but that’s exactly what happened Monday.
Two days into training camp, the Warriors are still getting used to a roster with only five guys from last year.
There is no question who gives the Golden State Warriors their heart and soul: Draymond Green.
Bob Myers reflected on the departures of Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala and addressed the offseason’s sweeping changes.
Maybe someday, Kevin Durant will tell the world why he went to Brooklyn.
Ironically, what turned the Warriors into a dynasty wound up potentially ending it.
Oracle wanted a do-over. The arena, the fans, the Golden State franchise, they had been through too much over the 47 years there that it couldn’t end with the Game 4 effort. And while the result was the same, all lived up to the name — Warriors.
This NBA Finals been a painful—literally—series for the Warriors, but they keep asking for more..
When Klay Thompson was ruled out 15 minutes before the game the question became, how would the Warriors score without both him and Kevin Durant.
An Andre Iguodoala dagger 3 with seven seconds left lifted Golden State and evened the series.
Game 2 was one Portland had to steal. Up 17 in the third quarter — up eight with four minutes to go.
There was a lot of outside noise from the Rockets following Golden State’s Game 1 victory.
The mantra all season for the Warriors has been just get to the postseason, and now that moment is finally here.
The luster has worn all the way off of the Cavaliers-Warriors matchup. What was once reserved for late June is now relegated to a nearly meaningless game in the final week of the regular season.
Friday night’s Oracle Arena crowd saw a different Warriors squad than has been on display of late.
The saying around the NBA is that the first home game back from a long road trip is still a road game.
Whenever the Kings are in Oakland, it’s a given that the game will be played at a frenetic pace.
For all the flash that this Warriors team shows with DeMarcus Cousins, it was the center’s grit that proved to be the difference Sunday night at Oracle Arena.
A “we want Thompson” chant broke out in the middle of the first half Saturday evening. But it wasn’t from a drowsy Oracle crowd, it was a very vocal Lakers contingent of fans.
Christmas is a day for giving. The Warriors embraced that concept, gift-wrapping a 127-101 win to the Los Angeles Lakers Tuesday night at Oracle.