Golden State's veteran committee turned rough night into a golden showing of leadership and tenacity.
The Warriors blitzed the short-handed Dallas Mavericks, never trailing on the way to a 116-95 victory.
The world caught its first glimpse of Kevin Durant against a Golden State backdrop Thursday.
Forget the days of the "Big Three," the Warriors are set to unveil their "Big Four."
It was Warriors domination all night Friday. Except when it wasn't.
The Warriors made it an even 50 at home, raking an overmatched Knicks squad 121-85.
The Mavericks beat the Warriors once this season. Klay Thompson made sure it didn't happen again.
So who can beat the 41-4 Warriors? Or, perhaps a better question, can anyone play with them?
The Warriors weren't handing out any favors Friday, improving to 48-12 with an easy 104-89 win over Dallas.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors shut down the Mavericks 128-114 behind a 51-point season-high showcase from Stephen Curry.
ORACLE ARENA — Stephen Curry splashed home the game winner with just 1.5 seconds on the clock.
After his reputation crumbled in Milwaukee, can Monta Ellis experience a second act with the Mavericks?
A four-game, five-night road trip ended in disaster for the Golden State Warriors Saturday night in Dallas.
The Warriors David Lee was one assist shy of a triple-double in Golden State's victory over the Mavericks, a rare 'W' on national TV.
UPDATE: According to Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News, MLB has changed its mind and will invite Dirk Nowitzki to throw out a first pitch at one of the World Series games in Texas.
During the regular…