You could see the Warriors wanted this game, they just weren’t able to get it done.
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.
Golden State technically won this “game” 124-103 Friday night. Now all eyes shift to Thursday.
The scariest part of the Warriors is how any of their stars can erupt on any night.
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.
Wednesday’s Warriors-Lakers game was tabbed for a National broadcast. If the NBA had the ability to flex it off the schedule, though, it probably would have.
In three days, Christmas bells will ring. But Friday night, one Bell rang louder than the rest at Oracle Arena.
Even on the night of the Black Mamba’s jersey retirement ceremony, Kevin Durant proved to have the most lethal bite at Staples Center.
Golden State agreed to terms with veteran forward Nick Young on a one-year, $5.2 million contract.
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.
Every so often in the NBA, there comes a time in which the structure of powers shift within the league. A game — a series that represents the beginning of a new era.
In his first two games back, Kevin Durant’s shot looked a little rusty. But that final piece returned Wednesday.
After a 40-point trouncing of the Lakers at Oracle Wednesday, Golden State again dominated at Staples.
The Warriors dominated the Lakers Wednesday, with the deepest of the bench filing in for some turkey.
A night removed from a satisfying blowout of the Thunder at home, the Warriors looked like they their minds were still at home during a stunning loss to the Lakers.
Golden State can pencil in another trip to the NBA Finals and presumably a third-straight Pacific Division title.
Luke Walton’s final game on the Warriors bench is Game 7 of the NBA FInals.
Luke Walton has earned a promotion — of sorts.
The Warriors took a bit to get going, but when they did, the night was a wrap.
When Neil Armstrong said something about one small step for man, he could have been talking about the Golden State Warriors. The Bay’s team Tuesday night …
The 2015-16 Warriors are 48 solid minutes shy of a spot among the NBA’s best-ever squads.
The defending champion Golden State Warriors can look back at a decent preseason.
The Warriors officially clinched their third-straight playoff berth Monday night.
ORACLE ARENA — Fans attending the Warriors home opener certainly got their money’s worth.
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State beat the extremely shorthanded Los Angeles Lakers 102-83.
Klay Thompson made five of six three-pointers and poured in 25 points in front of a packed crowd in Shanghai.
Stephen Curry and the starters led a late rush past the Lakers reserves to swipe a 100-95 win in Beijing.
One day after David Lee elbowed Dwight Howard in the mouth, the Lakers center had some fighting words for Lee.
The playoff-bound Warriors hit the gas and never looked back, leaving Kobe Bryant and the Lakers in a cloud of dust.
Kobe Bryant needed 41 shots to score 34 points Friday night as the Lakers squeezed past the Warriors in overtime.