Warriors SportsCenter Interview; And Their Comeback Against the Clippers

March 31, 2015

By: Kevyn Kovesdy Follow @pinacoladaz17 A day before their game against the Clippers, a classic matchup always proving to be memorable, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, and Andrew Bogut joined up with SportsCenter to answer some questions, have a few laughs, and joke about ‘Blake-it is’ and ‘Steph’s MVP campaigning’. The interview itself is a perfect example of the identify of the Warriors this year and the atmosphere Coach Kerr has…

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Kaepernick Awful As 49ers Fall To Raiders And Lose Playoff Hopes

December 7, 2014

By: Apurv Baichwal Follow me on Twitter: @abaichwal After watching today’s game, I was quite literally speechless. There was nothing I could say immediately after to explain what had just occurred, and all I could think was: “Was that even football?” The 49ers just lost their seventh game of the season in only thirteen weeks, making them 7-6 and effectively out of the playoff chase. To rub salt in this…

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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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Giants Take Nail-Biter Against the Nationals In 18 Innings

October 4, 2014

After this game, I don’t think any Giants (or Nationals) fans have any nails left. The Giants (and Nationals) also both really need the off-day tomorrow, as they exhausted all of their bench and bullpen players. This game was a nail biter to the end; a close game where neither team seemed to have the upper hand. Fortunately, the Giants managed to grab a 2-1 win. This one was long too, lasting…

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49ers Slide Past Eagles for Second Victory

September 28, 2014

Talk about reversing trends. Up until today’s game the 49ers were at least consistent in being great and playoff-worthy in the first half, while being equally awful in the second half. They would create huge leads in the first half, like they did two weeks ago against the Bears, where they went up 17-7 in the first half, then lost 28-20. Today, they were down 21-13 entering halftime, although they only…

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49ers Start Strong, But End Sloppy As They Fall To The Bears

September 14, 2014

This 28-20 loss really wasn’t what it seems to be. It was not a close game with both teams playing well and going back and forth in score. Instead it was two separate games combined into one. In this first part, the 49ers went up 17-0 due to some great defensive plays and a strong, fluid offense. In the second part, the Chicago Bears did almost the same thing, winning…

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Giants Drop Series to Dodgers

Well at least the loss wasn’t nearly as bad as yesterday. The Giants definitely held their own, but they weren’t able to completely figure the Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw out. They also got extremely unlucky on the defensive end, and the game was even closer than the 4-2 score would make it seem. In the second inning, the Dodgers drew first blood on a couple of unlucky errors. Dodgers’ shortstop Hanley Ramirez…

September 14, 2014
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