Stephen Curry put up huge numbers as usual, but it was Ja Morant who matched him every step of the way.
You could see the Warriors wanted this game, they just weren’t able to get it done.
Stephen Curry did what he has been doing all season, putting up ungodly numbers on preposterous shots when the Warriors need him the most.
Regardless if Golden State won or lost Friday, Sunday’s matchup against the Grizzlies will determine who advances into the eighth and ninth seeds.
Tuesday night’s thrilling 122-116 win against the Suns cranked the dial all the way up on the postseason atmosphere.
The Warriors were up 16, just six minutes and change away from handily taking out the best team in the NBA. But that would be …
Stephen Curry continues to make the special, merely ordinary.
This pandemic-shortened season started out just as bad as possible for this Warriors team.
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?
Attorneys for the Warriors could appeal the decision to the California Supreme Court. They must do so by Friday.
There was a cloud of uncertainty hanging over Chase before the Warriors 131-107 loss Tuesday.
Joel Embiid. Ben Simmons. Josh Richardson. Stephen Curry. Draymond Green. Saturday’s was a matchup deserving a primetime slot on ABC. Instead, the world was treated to a Shake Milton-Mychal Mulder showdown.
Sunday at Chase was supposed to be the return of the Warriors 3-point stroke in Stephen Curry’s homecoming.
Thursday night’s game against the Lakers at Chase was a tough watch for Steve Kerr and supporters in blue and gold alike. Actually, it was a tough watch for any fan of basketball.
Despite the beautiful weather San Francisco enjoyed Tuesday, it was unusually chilly in Chase Center. And not metaphorically. Jackets and coats were out, draped over shoulders rather than the backs of chairs.
The stands at Chase Center were packed, and the energy before Sunday’s game was at a high level. It was loud and ready to greet for the first time the next great NBA player — Dragan Bender.
It is said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But flattery wasn’t the emotion coming across as the Warriors were busy getting their doors blown off by a small-ball attack they helped weaponize.
It’s hard to imagine the Warriors offense less effective than it has been all season, but that’s exactly what happened Monday.
It’s been a while since the Warriors had a trade deadline like Thursday. By the end of the day they had five draft picks in …