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It took one game more than they may have been expecting, but the Warriors are moving on.
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.
There were heavy looks all over the AT&T Center after the Warriors picked apart the Spurs on their home court 110-97.
After showing the world they can flip the switch when the playoffs start, the Warriors needed a new challenge.
An electric sea of gold and blue, "Roaracle" breathed life into the Warriors, who mirrored that energy with their defensive effort.
The Warriors start their NBA title defense Saturday, and just like in 2016 they begin that defense against the Spurs.
A recent rash of injuries left the Warriors thin coming into Thursday — but then it turned into a full-blown epidemic.
Facing the league's oldest guard, how fitting it was that an elderly contingent of Warriors carried Golden State to a comeback victory.
The Warriors face the Orlando Magic with another star player out after Stephen Curry suffered a right thigh contusion Saturday night.
The NBA offseason is one week old. And the Warriors are on the game's third "C." Golden State has competed. It has celebrated. Now comes the commerce.
Golden State continued to dominate the Western Conference, sweeping to their third-straight NBA Finals appearance.
Wounded and wobbly, the Spurs needed one more forceful shove to push their fading season onto life support. Kevin Durant delivered the blow.
The Warriors stomped a mudhole in the Spurs and walked it dry with a 136-100 molly-whopping in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.
Understandably, Warriors center Zaza Pachulia and Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich didn't exactly see eye-to-eye Monday.
Down 25 points, the Warriors looked done. Game 1 was an exact copy of the regular season Game 1.
Every so often in the NBA, there comes a time in which the structure of powers shift within the league. A game -- a series that represents the beginning of a new era.
NBA fans will finally get the matchup they’ve been clamoring for since the Warriors became a league power.
The Golden State Warriors are in a playoff position that would have most teams chomping at the bit.
While the Warriors have already secured the No. 1 seed in the NBA's Western Conference, the No. 8 seed — and Golden State's first round opponent — has yet to be decided.
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.
The Warriors sealed home court in the playoffs while defending their home court for their 70th win.
If basketball has any say, the NBA’s best answered the age-old question Monday night: What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
After blowing through Cleveland, Chicago and Indiana by a combined 77 points, the Golden State Warriors’ …
Neither Golden State or San Antonio will say that their face off is any more or less important than any other game, regardless of what perception is.
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State has unleashed a multitude of beasts this season, none as terrifying as an angry Stephen Curry.
ORACLE ARENA — San Antonio handed the Warriors their first home loss of the season.
ORACLE ARENA — The shorthanded San Antonio Spurs improved to 3-0 over Golden State.
ORACLE ARENA — Golden State just couldn't get it done, losing 104-102 to San Antonio.
The Spurs outplayed the Warriors when it mattered, beating Golden State 94-82 to advance to the Western Conference Finals.
Tony Parker and Tim Duncan dominated the Warriors 109-91 to set up a must-win Game 6 back at Oracle.
Rookie Harrison Barnes with 26 points, Jarrett Jack had 24, and Stephen Curry added 22 points in the Warriors 97-87 OT win over the Spurs in Game 4.
The screams of Warriors fans alone couldn't stop Tony Parker and Tim Duncan en route to a 102-92 win.
Klay Thompson drained eight-of-nine from beyond the arc as the Warriors beat San Antonio 100-91.
Manu Ginobili's three-pointer with 1.2 seconds in double overtime spoiled 44 points from Stephen Curry.
Stephen Curry scores 35 points as the Warriors move back into the 6th spot in the Western Conference.
The short-sleeved Warriors shut down the Spurs for the first time in more than five years, winning 107-101 in overtime.