What’s next for the Warriors?
Don’t you just hate when the popular kids get everything? Land the best job? Get the best car?
The Giffords Law Center, the Golden State Warriors and Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf will host a peace walk and public town hall Friday to discuss …
For the first time in three years, the Warriors did not open the preseason as defending champions when they hosted the Lakers opening the Chase Center Saturday.
Bob Myers reflected on the departures of Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala and addressed the offseason’s sweeping changes.
Oracle wanted a do-over. The arena, the fans, the Golden State franchise, they had been through too much over the 47 years there that it couldn’t end with the Game 4 effort. And while the result was the same, all lived up to the name — Warriors.
This NBA Finals been a painful—literally—series for the Warriors, but they keep asking for more..
This may be the Warriors fifth straight year in the NBA Finals, but they’ve never seen a defense like this. The Raptors are just a different animal.
For the fifth straight year the Warriors will appear in the NBA Finals, tying an NBA record, but this will be the first time they will play outside of Cleveland.
Game 2 was one Portland had to steal. Up 17 in the third quarter — up eight with four minutes to go.
The entire night had the feel of a regular season game in January.
With two minutes left in the third, Kevin Durant rose up and hit a jumper to put the Warriors up three. But the Oracle crowd that had been blaring all night didn’t greet the moment with cheers — instead it fell silent.
There was a lot of outside noise from the Rockets following Golden State’s Game 1 victory.
One quarter into Sunday’s matchup with the lowly Suns, two days removed from a stellar victory, the Warriors looked to have turned the corner with their effort.
Friday night’s Oracle Arena crowd saw a different Warriors squad than has been on display of late.
The saying around the NBA is that the first home game back from a long road trip is still a road game.
For the second game in a row, the Warriors came up against a team resting its star players.
The scariest part of the Warriors is how any of their stars can erupt on any night.
It helps when you play the NBA equivalent of a miracle cure-all drug in the Knicks and Bulls back-to-back.
The Warriors were due for a vintage blowout win given the troubles they’ve experienced recently, including losing three straight on their home court.