Stephen Curry put up huge numbers as usual, but it was Ja Morant who matched him every step of the way.
You could see the Warriors wanted this game, they just weren’t able to get it done.
Stephen Curry did what he has been doing all season, putting up ungodly numbers on preposterous shots when the Warriors need him the most.
The Warriors were up 16, just six minutes and change away from handily taking out the best team in the NBA. But that would be …
This pandemic-shortened season started out just as bad as possible for this Warriors team.
Don’t you just hate when the popular kids get everything? Land the best job? Get the best car?
The Giffords Law Center, the Golden State Warriors and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf will host a peace walk and public town hall Friday to discuss …
Thursday night’s game against the Lakers at Chase was a tough watch for Steve Kerr and supporters in blue and gold alike. Actually, it was a tough watch for any fan of basketball.
After their demoralizing performance the last time out against the Jazz, the Warriors were a determined bunch Friday night. They used that grit to cut a 19-point deficit down to four.
Up eight with six minutes to play, it was the Warriors game to lose Thursday night against the Nuggets.
And that’s exactly what they did.
The halftime show Wednesday night at Chase was an old dance number from a Greek dance troupe, complete with bonnets and big dresses.
Saturday night’s was a game of opposites for the Warriors. Their usually steady starters were borderline unplayable, while the offensive firepower from their shallow bench kept them alive.
Don’t look now, but the Warriors G-League roster is on fire. After proving they can in fact close out a win seven days ago against the Pelicans, they’ve done nothing but close games out.
A patented D’Angelo Russell runner was followed by a dagger pull-up to finally ice the game.
A gutsy comeback was once again not enough for the scrappy Warriors as they fell, 123-119, to the lowly Knicks in overtime at the Chase Center Wednesday.
After their meltdown in the closing minutes Monday against the Thunder, the Warriors were eager to not make the same mistakes.
A barrage of 3’s erupted in the confines of Chase Center Monday night.
Just when you thought the Warriors could not get more unrecognizable, it got worse. Losing Steph Curry, Draymond Green and D’Angelo Russell, the Warriors were …
The theme of the night also looms as the theme of the season: Flashes of good, but prolonged stretches of bad.
There is no question who gives the Golden State Warriors their heart and soul: Draymond Green.