Jazz Handily Defeated by Healthy Warriors Squad

January 13, 2015

By: Colby Chang Follow Colby on Twitter @colbychang22 The Warriors finally hit 30 wins, amazingly with only 5 losses. They lead the league in win percentage as the only team over .800; the only other teams with 30 wins are the streaking Hawks and the surprising Trail Blazers, both of them with 3 more losses then Golden State. On Tuesday, they faced the abysmal Jazz, coming into the contest sitting at a…

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Thompson’s Huge Night Extends Warriors’ Win Streak To Six

January 7, 2015

By: Alex Qiu The Warriors looked to stay perfect in the new year against the visiting Pacers, a tough team with a lot of size but minimal offensive firepower. With star forward Paul George out all season and guard Lance Stephenson now on the hornets, it appeared as if the Golden State would easily defeat Indiana. Roy Hibbert looked to be a huge problem for Golden State to contain, but fortunately Andrew Bogut returned to action tonight,…

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Despite Pelicans’ Best Effort, Warriors Triumph Once Again

December 14, 2014

By: Colby Chang Follow Colby on Twitter @colbychang22 Today, the Warriors looked to beat a sub-.500 Pelicans team that was missing its best player, the up-and-coming breakout star Anthony Davis. The Warriors, on the other hand, lacked Bogut for now the third game in a row. Both teams lacked their defensive-minded, game-changing big men, so they seemed on even terms in that sense. The Dubs beat the Pelicans 128-122 in…

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Warriors Handily Dismantle Mavericks

December 13, 2014

By: Colby Chang Follow Colby on Twitter @colbychang22 The Warriors soared past the Mavericks for their 15th straight win, a streak that has shattered the franchise’s previous ones. The Mavericks, now 17-8, have proven themselves to be an offensive powerhouse and potentially a true contender to the title, yet they were torn apart by this hot Warriors team. The Dubs were missing Bogut (now two games straight), and he is…

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Warriors Extend Winning Streak to Fourteen Games

December 10, 2014

By: Colby Chang Follow Colby on Twitter @colbychang22 The Warriors seemed to start well, getting a three from Draymond Green and two free throws from Festus Ezeli, but they plateaued from there. The Rockets quickly caught up and surpassed the Warriors, making multiple layups and some inside shots to widen their ever growing lead. Their ease at which they were able to drive through the Warriors’s seemingly porous defense was…

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It’s Ten and Counting

December 2, 2014

Even when they’re off, they’re on. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors rallied for a miraculous, come-from-behind win at home against the Magic. The Splash Brothers were off target for the majority of their game, but found their hot strokes late in the fourth quarter. Three straight threes quickly erased a daunting nine-point deficit, and the rest was in the hands of chef Curry. After a series…

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Are the Warriors Actually Deep?

December 2, 2014

By: Niki Lonberg Follow Niki on Twitter: @nlonberg13 The Golden State Warriors have been nearly perfect through 16 games.  The current nine-game winning streak, the perfect 5-0 road trip, and the 14-2 record that has them second in the NBA to the 15-2 Memphis Grizzlies all speak for themselves. This time last year the Warriors were 9-7. So what’s changed?  New coach, new offense, new starting lineup, elevated play from Draymond…

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Golden State off to Best Start Since 1994

November 3, 2014

By: Niki Lonberg To quote John Schuhmann from his weekly power rankings for NBA.com, “Steve Kerr is the only undefeated coach in NBA history.”  Therefore, naturally, Steve Kerr = Greatest Coach of All Time.  Klay Thompson is leading the NBA in scoring at 29.7 points per game.  He is practically on pace to break Wilt Chamberlain’s 50.4 points per game record, pretty much.  The Warriors are going to have the NBA’s…

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Warriors Update: Klay’s New Contract, First Two Games, Blazers Preview

November 2, 2014

By: Niki Lonberg Two certain things we learned from the Warriors’ first two games are that the Sacramento Kings suck and that the Los Angeles Lakers suck.  It is important to remember these facts before we predict an 82-0 season.  This much aside, I am still proud of the Warriors play in their first two games; they have overcome early injury challenges and have really played fantastic basketball.  Things weren’t…

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Golden State Warriors Season Preview With Some Bold Predictions

October 28, 2014

By: Niki Lonberg The NBA season is here!  And that means sportswriters get to make a bunch of predictions about their teams and call them bold. Well, here are my bold predictions about the Golden State Warriors for the 2014-15 season. But first, lets recap the Dubs active offseason. They fired Mark Jackson, sniped rookie coach Steve Kerr from Phil Jackson and the Knicks, broke their 16-game summer league winning…

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