There’s just something about Chris Paul that makes the Warriors fans blood boil.
How fitting that a sloppy, frenetic game ended with an unforced turnover.
A classic “we know we are better than you so what’s the point” game, that’s exactly what Wednesday’s Rockets beatdown appeared to be.
Nobody in a Rockets uniform had any answer for Kevin Durant Monday.
After 210 days, since the 2107-18 NBA season kicked off, the wait for Warriors-Rockets is over.
The NBA offseason is one week old. And the Warriors are on the game’s third “C.” Golden State has competed. It has celebrated. Now comes the commerce.
Thursday night’s 123-113 Warriors win brought back memories of this once-intense rivalry — if only for one quarter.
Seconds after the Clippers won the opening tip, the Warriors already had a steal and were racing down the court.
It seems as though the rivalry between the Clippers and Warriors is officially over.
Yes, the individual stats were eye-poppingly good. But what really stood out was team basketball.
The Warriors beat the rival Los Angeles Clippers 114-98 Wednesday night, and while the box score noted eight lead changes, the outcome was hardly in question.
The Oklahoma Thunder did something to the Golden State Warriors Saturday night where nearly every previous opponent has failed.
After flirting with the Warriors, Tyson Chandler is leaning towards signing with the Knicks. Where do the Warriors go from here?
The Warriors are one of a few teams that have a chance to acquire All-Star point guard Chris Paul, but is Stephen Curry too high a price?