4:13 PM EDT, Fri May 29, 2015
Oakland Tribune 2 hours ago

Hit on Andre Iguodala earns suspension for Dwight Howard

Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard suspended for one game next season for flagrant foul against Andre Iguodala of Golden State Warriros
San Francisco Chronicle 15 hours ago

Andre Iguodala was ‘stung’ by hit from Rockets’ Dwight Howard

Andre Iguodala appears to have escaped long-term harm after a hit from Houston center Dwight Howard in the final minutes of the Warriors’ Western Conference finals-clinching victory Wednesday night. The Warriors’ swingman said he suffered only a “stinger” when Howard — down by 12 points with 3½ minutes left in the series — jutted a forearm into the neck and left collarbone of Iguodala while setting a screen. Iguodala hopped to the sideline and yanked at his arm in an attempt to regain feeling as the officials reviewed the play as a potential “hostile act.” During his...
Oakland Tribune May 17, 2015

Kawakami: Round of golf therapeutic for Curry, Iguodala

Warriors duo got away from basketball the day after loss in Memphis, and it seemed to have a positive effect.

Killion: Curry’s heave was a dagger from 62 feet away

MEMPHIS — A beautiful dagger. Soaring through the air, sucking the will out of the crowd as it arched and lasered toward its target. Head into uncharted territory. A close-out game in enemy territory. Curry took the stage and put on an MVP performance. The Warriors’ shots stopped falling. With 3:20 to play in the third, it was a one-point game. The Warriors managed to get it back up to five, and as the final seconds of the quarter ticked down, Memphis’ Jeff Green put up a shot that Andre Iguodala blocked. Curry got the loose ball and, from the Grizzlies’ three-point arc,...
Golden State Of Mind May 15, 2015

It's Stephen Curry's time and he knows it

The NBA MVP is playing the biggest game of his career every time he sets foot on the hardwood. Stephen Curry plays the relaxed protagonist but he knows it, he feels the moment, and it coalesced into something special in the first quarter of Game 5. The Golden State Warriors are winning this series because of Steve Kerr's adjustments. Because Draymond Green can guard big men better as the series rolls along, or as he says, "like wine, I'm better with time." They're up a commanding 3-2 after two blowout wins because Andrew Bogut is back to owning the paint. Because Andre Iguodala has caught...

Warriors’ Andre Iguodala thrives in Game 5 win over Memphis

The rest of the Warriors circle around him like planets, taking turns basking in the glow. Like most any Warriors game, the 98-78 Game 5 victory over the Grizzlies in the Western Conference semifinals centered on Curry. The first nominee for “Best Supporting Warrior” is always Klay Thompson, the younger Brother Splash who can match Curry stroke for stroke. There’s usually a good dose of Draymond Green in the mix, equal parts hustle and muscle. Klay was cold for most of the night, heating up in garbage time to score 21 points. Into the sunlight stepped Iguodala, providing...

Warriors-Grizzlies Game 5: By the numbers

Warriors’ three-point shooting percentage (41-for-91) in their three wins in the series. Warriors’ three-point shooting percentage (12-for-52) in their two losses. Stephen Curry points, all on three-pointers — the second most in the playoffs for a player scoring only on threes (Danny Green in 2014 and Robert Horry in 1997 each had 21). Grizzlies’ points, the fewest allowed by the Warriors in their West Coast playoff history and fewest for the franchise since Syracuse had 59 in 1950. Points for Andre Iguodala, left, his second consecutive double-digit game after not having one in...

Launch party: Threes carry Warriors past Grizzlies

The Warriors mostly laugh at Charles Barkley, who says a jump-shooting team can’t win a NBA title. In showing why 474 days have passed since the last time the they lost consecutive home games, the Warriors got multiple offensive contributions, a stalwart defensive game from center Andrew Bogut and an all-around, all-world game from point guard Stephen Curry. Without defensive stopper Tony Allen (left hamstring) mucking up the Warriors’ offense, Klay Thompson went for 21 points and five assists, Andre Iguodala came off the bench for 16 points, and Harrison Barnes scored in double...

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