Tuesday night’s thrilling 122-116 win against the Suns cranked the dial all the way up on the postseason atmosphere.
Don’t look now, but the Warriors G-League roster is on fire. After proving they can in fact close out a win seven days ago against the Pelicans, they’ve done nothing but close games out.
No one expected the Warriors to be title contenders, and they just lost one of the best players in the league.
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.
Late in the first quarter, the Oracle crowd rose in unison. But it wasn’t for a Stephen Curry 3-point barrage, or a Kevin Durant dunk.
As Steve Kerr left the floor at Oracle he yelled to the refs, “I don’t want to be here anyway.”
On Star Wars night against the Phoenix Suns, the Warriors had the defensive success of any no-name storm trooper defending against the Rebels.
While the Warriors looked like the team of old on the court, it was something new on the sideline that demanded all the attention.
Devin Booker scored 33 points and canned a fading bank shot from the left wing at the buzzer to lift the Phoenix Suns to a 105-103 victory over the Sacramento Kings
The Warriors trampled over the Suns Saturday night as Kevin Durant exploded.
If there’s an obvious weakness on this Golden State team, many would point to the center position.
Golden State can pencil in another trip to the NBA Finals and presumably a third-straight Pacific Division title.
The Golden State Warriors continued their march to the Western Conference’s No. 1 seed with a 123-116 win over the Phoenix Suns Saturday night.
The Warriors beat the Phoenix Suns 128-103 in a dominating homecoming win over a division rival.
Golden State’s winning ways continued Thursday with a 107-106 victory over the Phoenix Suns.
ORACLE ARENA — With a late second-quarter surge, the Warriors seized the lead en route to a 106-87 victory over Phoenix.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors won their fourth-straight game Sunday 113-107 over Phoenix.
ORACLE ARENA — The Warriors won their fourth straight Friday, beating the Suns 115-86.
LAS VEGAS — Undrafted Ian Clark saved his best for last, scoring 33 points to seal the Summer League title for the Warriors.
On a night where the Warriors gave away special texting gloves to their usually-rabid fans, it was Stephen Curry who had the hot hand.