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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 week away from the strenuous grind of the NBA season typically offers teams a chance to recharge physically and refocus mentally.
The stage was set for Kevin Durant to have a historic night — and he did. One problem: he wasn't the only one.
Last year Golden State aced a risky retooling of a 73-win team. This year, they are trying to keep them together.
But for the second consecutive year, Golden State walked away with their guy after trading cash for the rights to another NBA prospect.
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.
Now that the extended preseason known as the NBA regular season is over, fans can get ready for the main course.
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.
In 2007, the Golden State Warriors captivated the Bay Area and NBA fans around the country. A team dubbed “We Believe” reinvigorated a franchise that had endured a 13-year postseason drought.
The Golden State Warriors are in a playoff position that would have most teams chomping at the bit.
With the Warriors locked into the top seed and Utah guaranteed a matchup with the Clippers, the stars were out for this contest.
Questions lingered as Kevin Durant prepared to return to the court for the first time in a little over a month.
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.
Warriors guard Stephen Curry and forward Kevin Durant are headed to New Orleans for the Feb. 19 game.
The Warriors ended 2016 having the second-best defense in the NBA. Monday night at Oracle, it looked like that’s exactly where they left it.
Kevin Durant paced the Warriors with what might be the quietest 34 points on 11-13 shooting that you could ever see.
A flagrant foul call on Draymond Green may have cost the Warriors on Thursday night.
The Kings kept the game close for most of the game before a barrage of 3-pointers gave a Warriors the 105-96 win.
It's easy to see why a free agent might want to join the Golden State Warriors.