Stuckey, Indiana Outpace Curry-Less Warriors

February 22, 2015

By: Ben Leonard Follow @ben___leonard The Splash Brothers, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, have led the Warriors in their ascent from mediocrity to NBA supremacy. However, without Curry, who missed his first game of the season Sunday with right ankle soreness, this sense of camaraderie fell apart, as the Warriors fell 104-98 to the Indiana Pacers in Indianapolis. Rodney Stuckey came off of the bench to pace his team with 30 points in just…

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Warriors Get Rare Win Over Spurs

February 20, 2015

Warriors vs Spurs, 2/20/15 By: Alex Qiu The Warriors came back from a successful all star break where the Dubs’ backcourt duo of Stephen Curry and Klay both started for the West. Coach Steve Kerr and his staff coached the western squad, rewarding them for leading the Warriors to the NBA’s best record before the break. While the Warriors have been dominant this year, one of their few losses came…

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Kerr Picks Up Win in MSG Coaching Debut

February 7, 2015

By: Ben Leonard Follow @ben___leonard Warriors’ head coach Steve Kerr nearly signed with the New York Knicks during the offseason. The decision to spurn the Knicks certainly has proven to be a shrewd one, as Kerr’s Warriors took a 106-92 win in his coaching debut at Madison Square Garden on Saturday. A day after falling in a tightly contested battle to the NBA-best Atlanta Hawks, the level of competition dropped significantly…

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Is Steve Kerr the Coach of the Year?

February 6, 2015

By: Niki Lonberg Even after the Warriors fell in a tight road game to the Atlanta Hawks, this matchup presses a burning question: is the coach of the year Mike Budenholzer or Steve Kerr? Here are the facts: Steve Kerr is enjoying the best start in Warriors’ franchise history in just his rookie season.  In 2013-14 the highly-talented squad went 51-31, good enough for the 6th seed in the West. The…

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Warriors Bounce Back From Weak First to Beat Mavericks

February 4, 2015

By: Colby Chang Follow Colby on Twitter @colbychang22 The Warriors went into this game holding a 7-3 record in the past 10 games, one that most teams would be proud of. The Dubs, on the other hand, hold themselves to higher standards, with Coach Steve Kerr even commenting that this was his worst month with the Warriors. This game was sure to be an entertaining one, as these two teams…

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Warriors Avoid Three-Game Skid in Win over Suns

January 31, 2015

By: Alex Qiu The Golden State State Warriors avoided their first 3 game losing streak of the season with a convincing 106-87 win against the Phoenix Suns on Saturday night. After losing to a young, rebuilding Utah Jazz squad on Friday Night, the Warriors had some sense of urgency in this game as the Atlanta Hawks now hold the NBA’s best record with the Warriors’ loss. Both teams started off…

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Klay Thompson’s Historic Night Propels Warriors to Victory

January 23, 2015

By: Alex Qiu The Golden State Warriors easily defeated their in-state rival, the Sacramento Kings, 126-101 on Friday night. But, there was only one featured player of the game: Klay Thompson, who scored a career-high 52 points. With the Warriors resting Andre Iguodala tonight, King’s forward Rudy Gay looked to be an aggressive scoring threat, but Draymond Green and the rest of the Warriors’ defense did another terrific job matching…

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Warriors Are In Fact “That Good,” Crush Rockets

January 21, 2015

By: Colby Chang Tonight the Warriors took on another tough adversary—the Houston Rockets. This match was particularly interesting based on some of James Harden’s comments that the Dubs “aren’t even that good.” Additionally, this game comes only four days after a 25 point win over the Rockets, a win that solidified their status as the top title contender in the West. The Warriors looked to increase their record to 34-6,…

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Curry Outplays Harden In Matchup of MVP Candidates

January 17, 2015

The Warriors got back in the win column Saturday night, defeating a very tough Rockets squad led by NBA leading scorer James Harden. Stephen Curry and James Harden are currently regarded as top two candidates for MVP, making this a very interesting matchup. The Warriors, with Andre Iguodala and Andrew Bogut coming back from their day of rest, did not want to drop two games in a row. In the…

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OKC Snaps Warriors’ Win Streak at 8

January 17, 2015

By: Alex Qiu The Golden State Warriors came into Friday night’s matchup with the Oklahoma City Thunder looking to complete a season sweep of OKC as well as build upon their 8 game win streak. The Thunder has been struggling lately, especially on defense, but they came into tonight’s game hungry to prove why they still belong among the NBA’s elite when healthy. Warriors’ coach Steve Kerr emulated former mentor…

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