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It took three straight blowouts, but the San Antonio Spurs finally woke up — and it didn’t hurt that the Warriors’ 3-point stroke went to sleep.
The Warriors start their NBA title defense Saturday, and just like in 2016 they begin that defense against the Spurs.
Durant was sent to the locker room with just seconds left in the second quarter — but not because of an injury, instead he was ejected.
the Warriors starting five scored a combined 37 points and their leading scorer scored two points in the final three quarters.
Extended garbage time, getting young players gobs of minutes, being blown out by 19 — Sunday’s game brought back Warriors memories of old.
The Warriors seemed snakebitten as of late with their recent flood of injuries entering Friday.
With most of the sporting world’s gaze transfixed on March Madness, there was also professional basketball being played at Oracle.
Wednesday's Warriors-Lakers game was tabbed for a National broadcast. If the NBA had the ability to flex it off the schedule, though, it probably would have.
A recent rash of injuries left the Warriors thin coming into Thursday — but then it turned into a full-blown epidemic.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It wasn't a tale of two cities, but rather a tale of two quarters.
The previous two meetings between the Thunder and the Warriors have been filled with Russell Westbrook scowls and mean-mugs.
While the Warriors looked like the team of old on the court, it was something new on the sideline that demanded all the attention.
Facing the league's oldest guard, how fitting it was that an elderly contingent of Warriors carried Golden State to a comeback victory.
A second half spark jolted Golden State out of their recent malaise and into the win column.
For Oklahoma City, Tuesday night was a statement game at Oracle. And that statement was, “watch out.”
The more things change, the more they stay the same. The constants: Death, taxes and Kyrie vs. Curry.
The Warriors took a page out of the zodiac calendar and in the year of the dog, they dogged the Minnesota Timberwolves, 126- 113.
Everything came to life in the third quarter at Oracle Arena on Tuesday.
The stage was set for Kevin Durant to have a historic night — and he did. One problem: he wasn't the only one.
The last time the Warriors faced off with the Nuggets, Golden State managed just 81 points. Monday night, they were to 64 by halftime.
The Warriors paid tribute to Stephen Curry -- who will make his return Saturday -- showing him just how badly he is missed Friday night.
After the stockings were emptied. After the presents were distributed. There was still one delivery to make on Christmas afternoon. A hand-delivered Durant "W."
Golden State's 96-81 loss to the Nuggets could be described using every lyric about the Grinch in that Christmas song.
The Warriors looked like anyone else returning home for the holidays: sluggish, lazy and slow to wake up. To borrow the Grizzlies' moniker — it was a grind.
Instead of the 1-2 punch of Durant and Thompson, another duo propelled the Warriors to victory over Portland Monday.
Just a short trip from home, the Kings hold court in another arena as they toppled the Warriors, 110-106, Monday night in Oakland.
After his highest-scoring quarter of the season Friday night, Stephen Curry looked like a completely different player Saturday.
Without its leader, Golden State was able to rally, maintaining its winning streak and closing out a perfect four-game home stretch.
Saturday evening, a new, improved and exciting team from Philadelphia bounced into Oracle with buzz aplenty.
All it takes for the Warriors to shake their early season malaise is a visit a Western Conferences contender.
For one night, Draymond Green was the ruler of the Splash househould.
For the third straight game, the Warriors tried to up the difficulty and force themselves to make an improbable fourth-quarter comeback to win at Oracle.
With a headlock, a ripped jersey and a couple ejections, Bradley Beal and the Wizards flipped the Warriors' switch for them.
Long before the Golden State's epic Steve Kerr era, it was the legendary Alvin Attles who put the Warriors on the NBA map.
Live by the 3, die by the 3. That is the saying.
Without the ring ceremony, it would be tough to distinguish the Warriors' season opener from the preseason.