10:57 PM EDT, Wed May 04, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle 4 hours ago

‘Commander Iguodala’ does is all for Warriors

Iguodala goes on jump-shooting barrages that rival a winning effort in a three-point contest during All-Star weekend. The veil on that version of Iguodala was lifted Tuesday night, when the sixth man went into full superhero mode on national TV to help the Warriors overcome a 17-point deficit for a 110-99 Game 2 victory over Portland. “I don’t ever have to say anything to Andre,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said of Iguodala’s trip into the phone booth. Iguodala came in, made both of his first-quarter shots and helped the Warriors score eight points in the frame’s closing...
Golden State Of Mind May 1, 2016

NBA Playoffs 2016: Warriors lead Trail Blazers 65-51 at the half

What do you think #DubNation? The Warriors came out strong, as Klay Thompson outscored the entire Trail Blazers team by himself in the first quarter. End of the first quarter. Klay has so far outscored Portland single handedly. Warriors lead 37-17. — Bram Kincheloe (@BramKincheloe) May 1, 2016 At the half, the Warriors lead 65-51. A few tweets and notes: Draymond Green on Triple-Double alert at halftime w/ 12p, 8r, 5a. Warriors up 15 on Trailblazers at the half. — Rosalyn Gold-Onwude (@ROSGO21) May 1, 2016 Andre Iguodala dazzling in transition https://t.co/Mo2PJM26CF —...

Warriors’ depth passes test in first round

The Warriors might have resembled a one-man show at times this season — which speaks to Curry’s captivating skills — but they steam into the Western Conference semifinals as much because of their extraordinary depth. Clippers series — the Trail Blazers can advance by winning Game 6 at home Friday night — they find reassurance in the way they eliminated Houston. Five players other than Curry averaged in double figures, including two reserves (Andre Iguodala at 11.0 and Marreese Speights at 10.8) and another player who typically comes off the bench (Shaun Livingston at 13.2). Klay...

Draymond Green expects Stephen Curry will miss Game 5

The Warriors took a 3-1 lead in this best-of-seven series Sunday. Nine teams in NBA history have erased a 3-1 deficit in a best-of-seven series, including the Rockets in last year’s Western Conference semifinals against the Clippers. Iguodala in 24 minutes: 22 points (on 9-for-11 shooting, including 3-of-4 three-pointers), five rebounds, four assists. Livingston in 23 minutes: nine points, a team-high nine assists, five rebounds. The Warriors set an NBA playoff record by making 21 three-pointers Sunday (in 40 attempts). Rockets guard Patrick Beverley left in the second quarter with a...

Warriors-Rockets, by the numbers

NBA postseason record three-pointers for the Warriors, who attempted 40. Three-pointers for Klay Thompson in Game 4, one off his playoff career best (against San Antonio on 2013). Assists for the Warriors, two off the franchise postseason record (against Phoenix in 1994). Points off the bench for Andre Iguodala, his 14th career 20-point playoff game but first as a non-starter. Points scored by the Warriors’ bench; Houston’s reserves scored 39. The NBA’s second-leading scorer during the regular season (29 per game) made 4 of 13 shots, including 2 of 8 three-pointers. Consecutive...

NBA says Harden should have been called for foul on decisive shot

The NBA said Friday that Harden should have been called for an offensive foul in the waning seconds of Houston’s 97-96 victory over the Warriors in Game 3 on Thursday night. Harden appeared to create space for his game-winning shot by pushing off on Andre Iguodala. Friday’s finding on the play was part of the NBA’s report on the final two minutes of the game (the league’s standard procedure). The report also included four other incorrect calls in the last two minutes, most notably the lack of a foul call on Warriors forward Draymond Green on the game’s final play.
Golden State Of Mind Apr 22, 2016

NBA Playoffs 2016: Golden State Warriors fall to Houston Rockets in Game 3

So I guess it turns out that Stephen Curry is kind of important. The Warriors, until last night, had thoroughly disrespected the Houston Rockets both on and off the court. Andre Iguodala referred to a "practice scrimmage." Draymond Green said there was no real reason for Stephen Curry to be out on the floor. The NBA on TNT crew made a graphic that said that games five through seven would be "not necessary." Not, "if necessary," but "not necessary." Life was not smiling upon the Houston Rockets. The world had turned against them. Mean things were said about their level of commitment,...
The Dream Shake Apr 21, 2016

James Harden spins Warriors' Andre Iguodala

James Harden does defense his way Game 3 of the Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors playoff series happened on Thursday. In the first quarter, the Rockets played like the underdogs in some Disney miracle comeback movie. With a strong lead for his team and double-digit points, James Harden took to defense. He spun out the Warriors' Andre Iguodala. Rockets' James Harden spins Warriors' Andre Iguodala pic.twitter.com/AeI7IaadoR — Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) April 22, 2016 Is it too early to call the Rockets the 1980 U.S. men's Olympic hockey team?
Golden State Of Mind Apr 20, 2016

Warriors news: Stephen Curry questionable for Game 3; Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green snubbed for awards; Luke Walton's job hunt

I skipped the week-in-review last week because there really was only one big story: the Warriors reached 72 wins in San Antonio before getting number 73 on the final day of the season, which you can read all about in our storystream. So we now turn our attention to the playoffs and NBA awards season, which have produced mixed results for the Warriors. The Golden State Warriors beat the Houston Rockets handily in a playoff game without Stephen Curry, which should end any suspense that existed about the outcome of this series (if there even was anyone confused enough to be unsure). So there's...

Crawford beats out Iguodala for Sixth Man award

Warriors forward Andre Iguodala gave Jamal Crawford a run for his money but couldn’t stop the Clippers guard from becoming the first player to win the NBA's Sixth Man Award for a third time. Iguodala averaged 7.0 points, 3.4 assists and 4.0 rebounds off the bench for the Warriors, and also often covered opposing teams’ best scorer. Crawford was the Clippers' third-leading scorer at 15.6 points per game in the 45 games that Blake Griffin missed.
Golden State Of Mind Apr 19, 2016

Andre Iguodala finishes second in NBA's Sixth Man of the Year voting

No matter. His swag is still #1. Last night, Andre Iguodala took over Oracle arena and led the Warriors (sans Stephen Curry) to an impressive game two victory. Today, he finished second in the media vote for NBA's Sixth Man of the Year. NBA sixth man of the year voting, top five:Jamal Crawford, 341 pointsAndre Iguodala, 288Enes Kanter, 182Will Barton, 158Evan Turner, 46 — Jeff Zillgitt (@JeffZillgitt) April 19, 2016 All year -- heck, his whole career -- Andre has had a sense for the moment. A flair for the dramatic. Curry is out? Here comes Iguodala with a series of dunks and...
Orange County Register Apr 19, 2016
Clippers guard Jamal Crawford named NBA's Sixth Man of the Year for third time

Clippers guard Jamal Crawford named NBA's Sixth Man of the Year for third time

Jamal Crawford has been named the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year for a record third time, the league announced Tuesday. Crawford received more votes than Golden State's Andre Iguodala and Oklahoma City's Enes Kanter. In addition to being the first...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 19, 2016

Warriors' Iguodala second to Crawford in Sixth Man voting

The Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala second in voting for the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year voting to the Los Angeles Clippers' Jamal Crawford.
Golden State Of Mind Apr 19, 2016

Golden State Warriors pay respect, or lack thereof, to Houston Rockets in blowout victory

No matter how the Golden State Warriors make it seem like they are treating the Houston Rockets like any other playoff team, this is more a series of disrespect than anything else. During halftime as the Golden State Warriors went into the locker room with an 8-point lead, Andre Iguodala uttered the most telling words of this first round series between them and the Rockets. When asked about his scintillating shooting in the first half, Andre Iguodala said, "It kind of feels like scrimmage in practice, you know what I mean?" When asked to elaborate on his response, he shot a quick glance at...

Warriors-Rockets, by the numbers

When the Warriors played — and beat — the Rockets on New Year’s Eve without Stephen Curry, Thompson scored 38. Points for Shaun Livingston, a career high for him in a playoff start. First-half three-pointers for the Warriors’ Andre Iguodala — three in the first quarter — equaling his season high (which he‘d done twice). Time the Rockets have had the lead through the first two games. After the Warriors did not trail in Game 1, Houston took a 2-0 lead 26 seconds into Game 2 and fell behind for good 3:59 into the first quarter. Career playoff three-pointers for Marreese...

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