2:33 AM EDT, Fri May 27, 2016
San Jose Mercury News 13 hours ago

Warriors on the brink: Kerr might go with more Iguodala

* Warriors-OKC Game 5 officials: Ken Mauer, James Capers, Marc Davis. Warriors fans are understandably very happy that they avoided Scott Foster and Tony Brothers for this one, but I'd semi-caution you that Foster is now set up for either Game 6 or 7, if the series goes that far.
San Jose Mercury News 15 hours ago
Video: 10 things about Andre Iguodala

Video: 10 things about Andre Iguodala

Did you know that the Warriors' Andre Iguodala credits seeing a sleep expert for improving his shooting? Watch this video for more facts about the swingman and 2012 NBA All-Star.
Canis Hoopus May 25, 2016

Eggplant's Guide to the 2016 Draft: The Small Forwards

Eggplant looks at some of the wings in the 2016 draft. How many of them will fly to success, how many will crash to the ground, and how many will form an inferior band during their decline phase? A great small forward has become one of the most valuable pieces a team can possess in the modern era. To demonstrate that fact, here are the small forwards from the last six championship teams, including the past four Finals MVPs: Andre Iguodala, Kawhi Leonard, LeBron James, LeBron James, Shawn Marion, and Ron Artest. These players encompass a wide range of skill levels, but the common denominator...
Golden State Of Mind May 22, 2016

Warriors vs. Thunder Game 3 final score: Golden State loses in Oklahoma City, 133 - 105

An accidental kick to the groin seemed to be the catalyst for Golden State's slump in the second quarter, while Oklahoma City's aggression put the game away in the third. Golden State faced 2-1 series deficits twice on the way to its championship last year, but questions abound as to whether Draymond Green will face a suspension for Tuesday's Game 4. Well, this one was ugly. In an absolute drubbing, Oklahoma City showcased it's firepower over a powerless Golden State defense. Andre Iguodala helped the Warriors erase an early double digit deficit to tie the game in the second quarter, but...

Kerr says Iguodala at his best in playoffs

Warriors sixth man Andre Iguodala says he never wants to be a basketball coach. Iguodala is averaging 10 points, four rebounds and three steals per game in the Western Conference finals, while defending Oklahoma City All-Star Kevin Durant. Hall of Fame trash-talker Gary Payton is using the media to spew fire at the Warriors, having told Sports Illustrated that the vote just “happened to go” Stephen Curry’s way in his unanimous MVP selection and that Draymond Green cries “all the time” to referees. “Obviously, Gary Payton was very talkative when he played, so it’s not a big...
Oakland Tribune May 19, 2016

Andre Iguodala takes it to another level

Golden State Warriors sixth man extraordinaire Andre Iguodala is in playoff mode and taking his game to a higher level.

Watch: Andre Iguodala hits a truly amazing no-look circus shot

It seems like its been eons since Andre Iguodala played for your Philadelphia 76ers. And Dre now claims in his later years he cant jump

Union's Chris Pontius ready for other side of D.C.-Philly rivalry

Chris Pontius has always been a part of the D.C.-Philly rivalry. But on Friday, hell be a part of it as a member of the Union. 

Cheaper Alternative to Philly's Soda Tax?

City Council held a hearing Wednesday on the controversial soda tax.
Golden State Of Mind May 19, 2016

Explain One Play: Andre Iguodala circus layup and dunk

A few plays from the game-turning Warriors run to end the first half of the second game of the Warriors-Thunder series. The final score was a blowout, but this was a very tightly contested game through the first half. In fact, the Thunder stormed back and the game was 49-49 with 1:12 left in the half.  But the Warriors ended the half strong and never looked back in the second half. Quick Look: Curry Fire Before we look at the game-breaking first half run, here are some highlights from when Curry caught fire for a few minutes and buried OKC in the third quarter. At 7:14, the Warriors are up...

Andre Iguodala’s wild shot sets Warriors fans wild

Andre Iguodala’s wild shot sets Warriors fans wild Magic Johnson might have made the no-look pass a staple of basketball vernacular, but Andre Iguodala went one step further Wednesday night — the no-look basket. Iguodala charged toward the hoop in the final minute of the first half in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals. Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook sliced across the lane, unsuccessfully slapped at the ball and nearly took out Iguodala with his right leg. The play highlighted Iguodala’s big night in Golden State’s 118-91 victory. Beyond the impact on the scoreboard,...
Welcome to Loud City May 17, 2016

Game 1 Analysis: Thunder ride huge second half comeback to victory over Warriors, 108-102

Donovan knew exactly when to unleash his Adams/Kanter combo lineup. On the back of some strong closing defense and late game management, the Oklahoma City Thunder were able to overcome the Golden State Warriors, 108-102. Kevin Durant scored on the Thunder's last real offensive possession of the game, putting the Thunder up 5 with 30 seconds to go. It was a sick faceup crossover of Andre Iguodala. From that point on, it was just a matter of hitting free throws. The refs missed a travel call from Westbrook, but I'm sure most Thunder fans are willing to overlook it. (For the record, several...

Warriors could stick with small lineup vs. Thunder

Warriors could stick with small lineup vs. Warriors head coach Steve Kerr frequently played his small lineup in Monday night’s 108-102 loss to Oklahoma City. Golden State also put together a 10-2, third-quarter surge with a lineup of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Harrison Barnes (Shaun Livingston replaced Thompson near the end of this run). The lineup with Green at center could struggle on the boards against Oklahoma City, the NBA’s best rebounding team. Bogut downplayed any injury concerns, saying he was a little sore but will be “all...

Warriors blow 14-point lead in Game vs. OKC

After Klay Thompson missed a reverse layup, Kevin Durant made what looked like a dagger jumper from 17 feet. Andre Iguodala sneaked inside for a layup to trim Oklahoma City’s lead to 105-102 with 22.6 seconds left, and Westbrook was granted a timeout, instead of a traveling violation, with 17.2 on the clock. Stephen Curry came up short on a fadeaway three-point attempts, and Westbrook clinched the victory with two more free throws. The Warriors’ small-ball lineup looked better than when the Thunder went with a big front line, the Warriors’ defensive game plan held Westbrook to three...
Oakland Tribune May 16, 2016

Warriors-Thunder secondary story lines: Kevin Durant, Kanter/Adams vs. Barnes/Iguodala, and the Mo Speights Factor

xxx-Note: Warriors-OKC Game 1 officials: Monty McCutchen, Derrick Stafford, Tom Washington. It's clear the NBA considers McCutchen one of their top guys, which he is.

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