Joel Embiid. Ben Simmons. Josh Richardson. Stephen Curry. Draymond Green. Saturday’s was a matchup deserving a primetime slot on ABC. Instead, the world was treated to a Shake Milton-Mychal Mulder showdown.
When Stephen Curry gets hot, it’s almost always curtains for the opponent.
The Warriors face the Orlando Magic with another star player out after Stephen Curry suffered a right thigh contusion Saturday night.
Saturday evening, a new, improved and exciting team from Philadelphia bounced into Oracle with buzz aplenty.
The Warriors played three quarters of the game like the Sixers had just sucked their basketball skill out of them.
In the four of five Golden State losses in the past two weeks, Curry has shot a season low 18.9 percent from three-point range.
Carl Landry shined in his return to Oakland, but the rest of his team lagged behind.
Track maintenance between BART’s San Leandro and Bayfair stations Easter Sunday could slow down Warriors fans using public transit.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors made easy work of taking down the 76ers in a 126-86 blowout.
ORACLE ARENA — Leading by as many as 49, the Warriors handed the 76ers a 123-80 beating.
Celebration topped the charts back in 1980, the last time the Warriors had won 20 games before January 1.