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Golden State's 96-81 loss to the Nuggets could be described using every lyric about the Grinch in that Christmas song.
In three days, Christmas bells will ring. But Friday night, one Bell rang louder than the rest at Oracle Arena.
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.
Even on the night of the Black Mamba’s jersey retirement ceremony, Kevin Durant proved to have the most lethal bite at Staples Center.
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.
Following Friday's game against Chicago, there was a tangible sense of relief fuming from the Bell having gotten a first NBA start under his belt.
Curry and Thompson have become used to the luxury of being surrounded by two other all-stars who typically make things easier.
Chicago had the chance to take Jordan Bell in the second round of the 2017 draft but sold his rights to the Warriors.
Without its leader, Golden State was able to rally, maintaining its winning streak and closing out a perfect four-game home stretch.
The Warriors face the Orlando Magic with another star player out after Stephen Curry suffered a right thigh contusion Saturday night.
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.
the Warriors didn’t look like a team playing the second of a back-to-back on the road, beating up on the Clippers at Staples Center.
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.
A sloppy start may be of growing concern to many teams in the league, but Golden State is far from worried about slow season progression.
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.
The NBA's elite teams made significant moves to specifically combat the NBA champion Warriors.
Teams have two goals when wrapping up preseason basketball: get their players into some kind of rhythm and avoid injuries at all costs.
For the second time in three years, Golden State returns 12 players to a team that ran through the rest of the league.
All seven major Bay Area sports organizations have joined forces in support of the North Bay fire relief efforts.
The new patches on the Warriors jerseys may say Rakuten, but the team may want to think about changing it to Rust-eze.
Stephen Curry, featured front and center of the now-controversial magazine cover, expressed his distaste with the decision to omit Colin Kaepernick.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and star forward Draymond Green vocalized support for the united front of NFL and NBA athletes.
Head coach Steve Kerr said work has already begun three days into training camp to reduce turnovers and giveaways due to bad passes.
The Golden State Warriors will not be visiting the White House this season.
According to Steve Kerr, Golden State is primed to be even better than the championship squad of last season.
If there’s one Warrior who knows what it’s like to have a social media fiasco, it’s Draymond Green.
After five Summer League games, it’s clear what role Jordan Bell will fill on the Warriors: defensive stalwart.
Warriors center Damian Jones never stops smiling, in the locker room, on the court, on the bench.
The skinny 21-year-old chatted with reporters like he had just sank a Summer League game-winner. He hadn’t.