Despite the beautiful weather San Francisco enjoyed Tuesday, it was unusually chilly in Chase Center. And not metaphorically. Jackets and coats were out, draped over shoulders rather than the backs of chairs.
Golden State has the worst record in the league, and Sunday was evidence of how far they have fallen.
Whenever the Kings are in Oakland, it’s a given that the game will be played at a frenetic pace.
On tired legs, the Warriors needed all the help they could get against the fast-paced Kings.
With most of the sporting world’s gaze transfixed on March Madness, there was also professional basketball being played at Oracle.
Just a short trip from home, the Kings hold court in another arena as they toppled the Warriors, 110-106, Monday night in Oakland.
Teams have two goals when wrapping up preseason basketball: get their players into some kind of rhythm and avoid injuries at all costs.
In a half-hearted slog of a game, it’s no surprise that Draymond Green was the Warriors engine.
Eight days ago, then-New Orleans Pelicans guard Buddy Hield was kicked out of a game for hitting DeMarcus Cousins in the groin.
The Warriors’ four All-Stars had their jerseys presented to them Wednesday night, which was appropriate.
The Atlanta Hawks failed to hold off the Sacramento Kings in a dramatic comeback for a 108-107 loss Friday night at Golden 1 Center.
Kevin Durant was frigid cold. Steph Curry had just missed two crucial layups. So trailing by three in overtime, Mike Brown drew up a play for Draymond Green. Or maybe he didn’t.
Devin Booker scored 33 points and canned a fading bank shot from the left wing at the buzzer to lift the Phoenix Suns to a 105-103 victory over the Sacramento Kings
Golden State can pencil in another trip to the NBA Finals and presumably a third-straight Pacific Division title.
The Kings kept the game close for most of the game before a barrage of 3-pointers gave a Warriors the 105-96 win.
Stephen Curry was held scoreless until late in the second quarter, before the Warriors really began their rout.
Draymond Green made sure it was a blue Christmas for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Stretching their undefeated streak to 18, Golden State Saturday night dispatched their northern California rival Sacramento Kings 120-101.
SACRAMENTO — The Warriors swept the season series against the Kings for the second consecutive year.
ORACLE ARENA — Klay Thompson made his All-Star case Friday night, setting an NBA single-quarter record with 37 points on a perfect 13-of-13.