You could feel the souls being sucked out of the Cavs and into the Warriors’ bodies like Shang Tsung from Mortal Kombat.
The Warriors turned on the juice just enough times in a 127-107 win over the Detroit Pistons.
The Warriors sleepwalked Tuesday night to a 107-95 victory over the habitually shorthanded Miami Heat.
Golden State held a 24 point lead entering the 4th quarter, but they were dominated as Memphis went on a 42-17 run to win in overtime.
Stephen Curry led the Warriors with 35 points as Golden State ground their tires over the Portland Trailblazers.
The Warriors ended 2016 having the second-best defense in the NBA. Monday night at Oracle, it looked like that’s exactly where they left it.
Golden State's veteran committee turned rough night into a golden showing of leadership and tenacity.
Utah came into the game as a team that usually gives the Warriors problems. They finished as just another victim.
Kevin Durant paced the Warriors with what might be the quietest 34 points on 11-13 shooting that you could ever see.
The Warriors first 36 buckets came off assists, while Draymond Green shut down the Knicks' offense.
Klay Thompson soared to a new career high Monday night, pouring in 60 points in just 29 minutes
The Warriors trampled over the Suns Saturday night as Kevin Durant exploded.
A flagrant foul call on Draymond Green may have cost the Warriors on Thursday night.
Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and the rest of the Warriors were taken to the finish by the Minnesota Timberwolves, but ended the night as victors.
After a 40-point trouncing of the Lakers at Oracle Wednesday, Golden State again dominated at Staples.
The Warriors dominated the Lakers Wednesday, with the deepest of the bench filing in for some turkey.
If there's an obvious weakness on this Golden State team, many would point to the center position.
The Warriors blitzed the short-handed Dallas Mavericks, never trailing on the way to a 116-95 victory.
The Oracle crowd had waited patiently, but no one gets one of sports' loudest venues roaring quite like Stephen Curry.
Considering Golden State's 29.8 percent 3-point shooting, Steve Kerr thinks his team's start is better than expected.
Six games into the Warriors' 2016-17 season has been a literal grab bag of results.
A night removed from a satisfying blowout of the Thunder at home, the Warriors looked like they their minds were still at home during a stunning loss to the Lakers.
Led by Kevin Durant, the Warriors crushed the Oklahoma City Thunder in a Western Conference Finals rematch.
With the ribbon freshly cut on the NBA season, let’s take a look at the true contenders for an NBA title.
Golden State doesn’t have to worry about starting 24-0, after getting demolished in their regular season debut.
Golden State can pencil in another trip to the NBA Finals and presumably a third-straight Pacific Division title.
The Golden State Warriors and their fans caught a glimpse of what’s to come in the preseason.
The Warriors sauntered off the Oracle Arena hardwood victorious in their preseason finale, despite a rough opening quarter.
The Kings kept the game close for most of the game before a barrage of 3-pointers gave a Warriors the 105-96 win.
Yes, the individual stats were eye-poppingly good. But what really stood out was team basketball.
The Warriors and their fans got a glimpse of shiny new superstar Kevin Durant for nineteen minutes Saturday night.
Head coach Steve Kerr spoke of Patrick McCaw along with with Phil Pressey and Javale McGee as players who have surprised him during this year’s training camp.
Even seated next to Kevin Durant Thursday, Warriors GM Bob Myers was in disbelief.
The world caught its first glimpse of Kevin Durant against a Golden State backdrop Thursday.
The Warriors got Kevin Durant But it will be less influential if they cannot now build a solid reserve unit.
Forget the days of the "Big Three," the Warriors are set to unveil their "Big Four."