Outside the ankles of Stephen Curry and Andrew Bogut, the biggest X-Factor for the Warriors is Klay Thompson.
A four-game, five-night road trip ended in disaster for the Golden State Warriors Saturday night in Dallas.
Back-to-back blowouts for Golden State could leave worried Warriors fans haunted by their least-favorite old sayings.
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.
The Warriors David Lee was one assist shy of a triple-double in Golden State's victory over the Mavericks, a rare 'W' on national TV.
Coming off their four-game road trip, the Warriors will not play point guard Stephen Curry as he rests his sprained right ankle.
Warriors rookie forward Harrison Barnes got good news Wednesday about All-Star weekend — and got to share it with about 60 lucky kids.
Warriors forward David Lee is officially an All-Star, making him the first time Golden State player selected since 1997.
The Warriors cracked down on the Thunder Wednesday night, with an all-out battle culminating in a 104-99, big-time win.
When the NBA announces its All-Star reserves Thursday, the Warriors expect David Lee and Stephen Curry to be on that list.
No team in the NBA has beaten the Clippers more than once this season, let alone three times like the Warriors.
Injured center Andrew Bogut participated in Warriors practice Thursday, his hair dripping with sweat, his shirt soaked.
Like him or not, there is no argument that LeBron James is one of the greatest to ever play the sport of basketball.
As they prepared to face the NBA champion Miami Heat, the Warriors seemed calm and collected at practice Tuesday.
Here are ten reasons why Warriors GM Bob Myers should be the frontrunner for NBA Executive of the Year.
He's a legend. He's the logo. And Jerry West has shared his long life in and out of basketball in "West by West."
The secret is out this year: The Warriors have something special. So lets hand out some awards for the first month of the season.
Celebration topped the charts back in 1980, the last time the Warriors had won 20 games before January 1.
The Warriors bounced back from a tough loss on Saturday to pick up a big road win in Utah Wednesday night.
Kobe Bryant needed 41 shots to score 34 points Friday night as the Lakers squeezed past the Warriors in overtime.
The Warriors mastered their recent road trip covering thousands of miles. But they still haven't solved the one-game trip just up the road.
For their much-anticipated return home, the Warriors gave their fans what they’d been waiting for: a gritty, hard-fought win.
Yes, it's early. But “We Believe” is getting new life as the Warriors look like a team with a chance of making the playoffs.
The Golden State Warriors did what first-place teams are supposed to do: Win a game at home against a weary road rival.
Warriors president and COO Rick Welts led a public conference call on the Warriors' new waterfront arena Monday night.
Warriors center Andrew Bogut said he rushed back too quickly from ankle surgery and now the team has shut him down.
Plans for the proposed Warriors arena at Piers 30-32 were unveiled on Monday, giving us all an preview look at their new home.
Forget season tickets. Skip pre-packaged mini-plans. Here are the Warriors games you'll want to see in person this season.
Bob Myers has had the job for just a few months, but he's learning what he can and can't say to the media.
Swingman Brandon Rush looks to be coming back, while the grinding Carl Landry gives the Warriors something they haven't had in years.
Golden State got the athletic small forward they were looking for in 6-foot-8 Harrison Barnes from North Carolina.
The day before a deeper-than-usual NBA draft, the Warriors have lots of options but have given few clues on how they plan to use their No. 7 pick.
This year's draft NBA is deep, full of potential impact players. But at No. 7, all have risks and some may not be ready to contribute.
First, Joe Lacob traded your favorite player. Now he's taking your team for a one-way ride across the Bay Bridge.
In a press conference held on the Embarcadero, the Warriors slam-dunked right in the face of loyal East Bay fans.
A new report has the Warriors ready to announce a move to San Francisco's waterfront by 2017.
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