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Warriors put together best defensive performance of the season against Heat

Warriors put together best defensive performance of the season against Heat
Golden State Of Mind Oct 31, 2017
Draymond Green responds to his $25,000 fine

Draymond Green responds to his $25,000 fine

The All-Star forward was not surprised, but was disappointed in how the league handled punishment for Friday’s altercation with Bradley Beal Friday’s game between the Golden State Warriors and Washington Wizards featured one of the more odd fights imaginable. Bradley Beal wrapped up Draymond Green for reasons that remain unclear, and Green seemed uninterested in getting involved. Eventually Beal pulled Green to the ground, at which point players gathered around, and Kelly Oubre Jr., attempted - but hilariously missed - a few haymakers. Beal was ejected, Green was given his second...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 31, 2017
Warrior Wonder: Draymond Green steamrolls over Blake Griffin’s dark horse MVP candidacy

Warrior Wonder: Draymond Green steamrolls over Blake Griffin’s dark horse MVP candidacy

Draymond spearheads Warriors signature win by stonewalling Clippers best player The new look, new attitude Los Angeles Clippers, led by a dark horse MVP candidate, were primed to make a statement on their home floor against the seemingly vulnerable Golden State Warriors. LOL. The brand new Clippers were beaten from pillar to post in their own building, losing 141 to 113 to their golden overlords. I was ready to give the Warrior Wonder to Stephen Curry for his 31 points, including a soul snatching buzzer beater over Austin Rivers to end the third quarter and the 2x MVP’s night (31 points...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 30, 2017
Warriors vs Clippers Key Matchup: The next chapter in a division rivalry - Blake Griffin vs Draymond Green

Warriors vs Clippers Key Matchup: The next chapter in a division rivalry - Blake Griffin vs Draymond Green

Draymond Green and Blake Griffin turn the page on their rivalry in this Pacific Division matchup. Chapter 1: Some historical context Flashback to about four years ago and the L.A. Clippers were a trendy title contender. They were newly built around Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan, and Blake Griffin. The Clippers were seen by many to contend with the likes of the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs for a trip to the NBA Finals. Meanwhile, the Golden State Warriors were a young up and coming team that was built around their back-court of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Draymond Green...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 30, 2017
Game Preview: Warriors must keep their focus against tricky Los Angeles Clippers

Game Preview: Warriors must keep their focus against tricky Los Angeles Clippers

Golden State will need a complete effort against the new Clippers’ cast in Los Angeles as the Warriors look to bounce back after a horrid loss. How to watch Who: Warriors (4-3) vs. Clippers (4-1) When: Monday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m. Where: STAPLES Center, Los Angeles How to Watch: NBCSBA, NBA TV Radio: 95.7 The Game, PROJECTED STARTERS GSW: PG Stephen Curry, SG Klay Thompson, SF Kevin Durant, PF Draymond Green, C Zaza Pachulia LAC: PG Patrick Beverley, SG Austin Rivers, SF Danilo Galinari, PF Blake Griffin, C DeAndre Jordan INJURY REPORT Warriors: None Clippers: Milos Teodosic (Out,...
Sports Illustrated Oct 30, 2017

Draymond Green Rips NBA Rules After $25,000 Fine

Warriors forward Draymond Green questions NBA discipline after $25,000 fine

Draymond Green on $25K fine: ‘That just doesn’t add up to me’

Warriors forward Draymond Green has spent a good chunk of the past two days watching video of his recent skirmish with Wizards guard Bradley Beal. Green’s biggest takeaway — that he didn’t do anything wrong — didn’t align with the $25,000 fine he received Sunday for “failing to disengage” with Beal. A full explainer of Green’s fine can be found here. After Sunday night’s 115-107 loss to Detroit, he offered a lengthy response when asked for his thoughts on the punishment: “It came as no surprise to me. I was naive enough to think that the...

Kerr on NBA fining Draymond: 'I don't know how you get fined $25K for being attacked'

The NBA fined Green for his role in the scuffle between the Warriors and Wizards on Friday night
Golden State Of Mind Oct 29, 2017
Watch: Steph Curry rolls into Sunday’s game in costumed style

Watch: Steph Curry rolls into Sunday’s game in costumed style

Curry celebrates pre-Halloween but can’t scare Draymond Green Ah Halloween - one of my favorite holidays - is just around the corner and like me, Steph Curry is way too excited. More similarities: I am just not a scary guy. Turns out, neither is Curry. First, you do have to give him credit for rolling all the way into the arena in costume. One of the best parts of the Halloween costume is the insertion of the absurdity that it allows into our mundane world. Steph went for the full creepy clown look, complete with an oversized tricycle. Steph is ready for Halloween! ...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 29, 2017
Warriors vs. Pistons Gamethread: three-game homestand ends with a matinee

Warriors vs. Pistons Gamethread: three-game homestand ends with a matinee

Shaun Livingston still out This big news coming into this game is that apparently Draymond Green gets fined for having a guy grab his face from behind and try to choke him. Whatever, NBA...Whatever. Oh, and face-grabbing? The same fine as throwing your mouthpiece apparently. Coach Steve Kerr is just as confused as I am. Kerr says he's confused by the fine amounts, particularly how Draymond got fined more than Oubre. Says there may be some reputation involved pic.twitter.com/L3QIsv4hLE— LetsGoWarriors (@LetsGoWarriors) October 29, 2017 If the Warriors are as mad as I am, then...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 29, 2017
Warriors vs. Pistons: Shaun Livingston is back, Jordan Bell inactive

Warriors vs. Pistons: Shaun Livingston is back, Jordan Bell inactive

Shaun Livingston is back with the team, but still no Bell (inactive) The big news coming into the Golden State Warriors game against the Detroit Pistons is that apparently Draymond Green gets fined for having a guy grab his face from behind and try to choke him. Whatever, NBA...Whatever. Oh, and face-grabbing? The same fine as throwing your mouthpiece apparently. Warriors coach Steve Kerr is just as confused as I am. Kerr says he's confused by the fine amounts, particularly how Draymond got fined more than Oubre. Says there may be some reputation involved pic.twitter.com/L3QIsv4hLE—...
Golden State Of Mind Oct 29, 2017
Draymond Green fined $25,000 for tussle with Bradley Beal

Draymond Green fined $25,000 for tussle with Bradley Beal

Being on the receiving end of a Bradley Beal headlock cost Draymond Green more than just an ejection Friday night’s game between the Golden State Warriors and Washington Wizards was not without its share of high emotions. Near the end of the first half, a very bizarre fight broke out. Bradley Beal seemingly gave Draymond Green a half-punch en route to securing a headlock. Despite Green’s best attempts at not getting involved, Beal managed to pull Dray to the ground, resembling someone at their first day of wrestling practice. Kelly Oubre Jr. continued the theme, resembling someone at...

Warriors’ Draymond Green fined $25K for role in skirmish

Warriors forward Draymond Green was fined $25,000 for “failing to disengage” from Wizards guard Bradley Beal during their on-court skirmish late in the first half of Golden State’s win Friday over Washington, the NBA announced Sunday afternoon. Beal was fined $50,000 for grabbing Green around the neck. Wizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr., who was shown in replays putting his hands on Warriors guard Klay Thompson, was fined $15,000 for “aggressively entering the altercation. Additionally, Washington guard Carrick Felix and forward Markieff Morris were suspended for one...

Wizards-Warriors brawl: Draymond, Beal, Oubre fined but not suspended by NBA

The NBA hands suspensions and fines for the players involved in the Wizards-Warriors scuffle
Golden State Of Mind Oct 29, 2017
Warriors vs Pistons key matchup: new age power forwards square off

Warriors vs Pistons key matchup: new age power forwards square off

Draymond Green and Tobias Harris represent just how much the power forward position has changed As the NBA has evolved in recent years, no position has changed more than power forward. A position that once was exclusively played by girthy, bruising men with back-to-the-basket games, the power forward spot is now occupied by speedy uber-athletes with knock-down jumpers and elite handles. Yet the traditional power forward mold still exists as well, creating a wildly diverse position. Consider: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Carmelo Anthony, and Ryan Anderson all start at the 4, but so do LaMarcus...

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