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Oakland Tribune Oct 29, 2014

Warriors start Harrison Barnes over Andre Iguoada in opener

Coach Steve Kerr elected to have veteran Iguodala come off bench against Kings.

Warriors’ Steve Kerr on his season-opening starting lineup: ‘I’ll tell you later’

SACRAMENTO – Warriors coach Steve Kerr named Andre Iguodala as a Warriors team captain along with Stephen Curry on Wednesday, but will Iguodala start in the season opener? “No, I’m not telling you guys who’s starting,” Kerr said at shootaround,… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Steve Kerr on his season-opening starting lineup: ‘I’ll tell you later’ appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Golden State Of Mind Oct 25, 2014

Warriors vs. Nuggets final score: Golden State Dominates With Excellent Transition Defense

Showing dominance on the defensive end, the Warriors close the preseason with a convincing 119-112 win over the Denver Nuggets. That whole "it's just the preseason" statement flew out of the window after Andrew Bogut completed a full-court pass to Andre Iguodala for a dunk. Any other time it would be appropriate to end this game recap sermon early and dismiss church. Plays like that coming from your center shouldn't be tainted with mentions of other game moments, however there were just as impressive factors in Friday night's win, most notably the Warriors transition D. Without the...

Warriors may have answered a few questions

If Friday night’s preseason finale really was a dress rehearsal for the regular season — as head coach Steve Kerr indicated — we might have learned the answers to two burning questions about the Warriors during their 119-112 victory over Denver at Oracle Arena. Kerr appears locked into starting Harrison Barnes over Andre Iguodala, at least until backup point guard Shaun Livingston returns from offseason toe surgery. Kerr, who could go right down to Monday’s noon deadline to make the final cuts, played Holiday with the regular-season rotation guys, while Craft and McAdoo looked on...

Warriors shootaround: Splash Brothers out vs. Houston; it’s the rookies’ time to shine

HIDALGO, TEXAS — Warriors head coach Steve Kerr will sit his starting backcourt, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, on Sunday night against Houston and will give limited minutes to Andre Iguodala, David Lee and Andrew Bogut in order to rest his stars and point the spotlight on the rookies. With the Splash Brothers sitting, Kerr will start Nemanja Nedovic, Iguodala, Harrison Barnes, Lee and Bogut. The coach said Iguodala, Lee and Bogut may play only a quarter and most likely won’t play at all in the second half. “I want to give all of our rookies a chance to get in and play, and (Sunday)...

Warriors’ Kerr continues search for cohesive 2nd unit

The Warriors had five reserves on the floor Friday night as Miami trimmed a 14-point deficit to three in a 3-minute stretch. Warriors head coach Steve Kerr reluctantly ended up bringing four of his starters back into the game during the fourth quarter to try to save the lead, but the Heat pulled off the 115-108 come-from-behind victory. The Warriors’ best bench showing came against the Lakers in Ontario (San Bernardino County) last week, when Andre Iguodala came off the bench for the first time and controlled the second unit with eight assists and zero turnovers. The idea is always to...

Warriors’ Andre Iguodala explains why he’s helping Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green get paid

OAKLAND – Andre Iguodala said it last season. He said it during the offseason. And he’s said it this preseason that he wants to help his friend and Warriors teammate, Klay Thompson, get paid at a time when he’s due… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Andre Iguodala explains why he’s helping Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green get paid appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Warriors swingman Andre Iguodala: ‘I’m going to make anybody better’

Warriors swingman Andre Iguodala on Tuesday gave one of his most wide-ranging, candid interviews since his Bay Area introductory news conference last season. Here are some of the most interesting excerpts: How did you feel coming off the bench Sunday?: “It doesn’t matter to me who I’m playing with. I think I’m going to make anybody better. When I’m out there playing basketball, it’s just ‘let me do me,’ and everybody is going to benefit. I feel confident that whoever I’m out there with is going to win.” Do you care if you start?: “Do I care? I don’t know. That’s a...
San Jose Mercury News Oct 14, 2014

Warriors' Kerr may have Iguodala come off bench

Andre Iguodala may come off the bench, as Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr looks for a ball-handler for when Stephen Curry is not on the court
CelticsBlog Oct 13, 2014
Golden State Warriors 2014-15 Preview - The Steve Kerr Era Begins

Golden State Warriors 2014-15 Preview - The Steve Kerr Era Begins

Will Steve Kerr help the Warriors advance beyond the first round of the Western Conference playoffs for the first time since 2007? Golden State of Mind - Golden State Warriors 2014-15 Preview - SBNation.com A top-5 team overall and an absolute buzzsaw of a squad when healthy, the Golden State Warriors played some gorgeous defense in 2013-14. When Bogut and Iguodala were on the court, even at sub-optimal strength, the Warriors were simply superb. Iguodala choking out opposing perimeter stars allowed Thompson to blanket point guards, shutting off the foundation of most offenses while an...

Looking back on Preseason Game 3: Warriors 116, Lakers 75

New Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said his team is further along than he believed it would be at this point, and the stats back up his comment. The Warriors shot 56.2 percent from the floor Sunday and dished out 33 assists on 41 made field goals. “One of the reasons I was excited about this job is what they’ve built already: the continuity that is here,” Kerr said. “These guys have played together for years, and it’s easy to see. They know one another.” Still, he tinkered with the usual starting lineup, moving Harrison Barnes into the first five, so he could bring Andre Iguodala...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 13, 2014
Warriors play Lakers in preseason again; blow them out again

Warriors play Lakers in preseason again; blow them out again

I can't explain why they keep playing each other. It's not exciting. Well, it sort of is when one sucks and the other doesn't and the one that doesn't is the team you like. The Golden State Warriors beat the Los Angeles Lakers 116-75. Lol. There were times in the opening stages of last season the Golden State Warriors ran an offense somewhat similar to what's happening right now: a perfect storm of free-flowing movement and confidence running into improvisation. It ended up in Andre Iguodala midair behind-the-back passes to David Lee under the basket. It sparked a #FullSquad movement and...

Warriors’ Andre Iguodala suffers broken nose

LOS ANGELES — Warriors forward Andre Iguodala suffered a broken nose in Thursday’s preseason win against the Lakers, but is expected to play in the team’s next preseason game Sunday, according to coach Steve Kerr. Iguodala was accidentally struck by… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Andre Iguodala suffers broken nose appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Golden State Of Mind Oct 9, 2014

Preseason Game Thread #2 - Warriors vs Lakers

Our boys take on the other team from Los Angeles in a battle for, um, preseason supremacy? So this game is probably, like, on NBATV or something. And probably KNBR. And honestly, I really don't know. But I noticed there wasn't a game thread so, uh, now there is. Yay! One of the big things to watch for as the preseason progresses is Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala getting comfortable in Kerr's offense. Those two have the most new responsibilities to learn, and thus may well struggle more than anyone else with the adjustment. (At least Non Nigerian Ninja Nemanja Nedovic at least had summer...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 6, 2014
Golden State Warriors 2014-15 Season Preview

Golden State Warriors 2014-15 Season Preview

Lots of words on the Golden State Warriors. I even make a guess on their record! The average age of the Golden State Warriors is 26.5, coming in at 15th in the entire NBA. Their potential starting lineup: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala (we'll get to this later), David Lee, and Andrew Bogut is 28, arguably the athletic peak of basketball players. If we look down the bench at Shaun Livingston, Leandro Barbosa, Brandon Rush, and Draymond Green, all of the important pieces are pieced together to win now. With training camp underway, the questions are starting to come fast and...

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