In a season that has seemed like one straight out of Bizarro World, the Warriors’ visit to Brooklyn to the face the Nets Wednesday was another episode.
Two days into training camp, the Warriors are still getting used to a roster with only five guys from last year.
Maybe someday, Kevin Durant will tell the world why he went to Brooklyn.
With head chef Stephen Curry out of action for the Warriors Saturday, it was a cook that took over his usual duties.
The Warriors handed the unrelenting Nets a 120-114 defeat at Barclays Center Sunday as Stephen Curry set a new NBA record
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It wasn’t a tale of two cities, but rather a tale of two quarters.
The in-game stats were out of commission for much of the first half Saturday night, almost like this was an exhibition.
Draymond Green missed Thursday night’s 117-101 Warriors win against the Brooklyn Nets after the birth of his first child.
Utah came into the game as a team that usually gives the Warriors problems. They finished as just another victim.
Considering Golden State’s 29.8 percent 3-point shooting, Steve Kerr thinks his team’s start is better than expected.
The Warriors showed they are still vulnerable, despite the dominance they’ve displayed this season.
The buzz was back at Oracle Thursday as the Warriors improved to 6-2 on the season.
ORACLE ARENA — With their starting bigs out, the Warriors put their faith in Jermaine O’Neal.