9:07 AM EST, Fri February 12, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle 11 hours ago

Warriors arrive at All-Star weekend as showcase’s darlings

TORONTO - A broadcast reporter emerged from her enclosed studio on the second floor of the Sheraton Hotel on Thursday to find her next interviewee, Stephen Curry, being followed by a flock of people. Whether he likes it or not, Curry’s entourage is growing by the day, and the same goes for Draymond Green and Klay Thompson, who also made their arrivals at All-Star weekend and decisively illustrated the Warriors’ status as darlings of the showcase. Aside from reporters, fans discovered a skylight and tried to photograph the Warriors as they sauntered through their media obligations. The...
San Francisco Chronicle 12 hours ago

Millennials, like everyone else, love Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry, according to a recent poll, is the favorite athlete of Millennials, the coveted 18 to 34 age demographic. A company called 120 Sports conducted the Millennial poll. Which is why people who normally wouldn’t pay any attention to the NBA All-Star Game will be watching this weekend’s Toronto event. “He embodies the spirit of this generation,” said Emigdio Gamboa, the director of marketing for 120 Sports, a digital network that partners with sports leagues and content properties, which conducted the poll. The company digs into consumer trends to shape its...
Oakland Tribune Feb 11, 2016

Warriors beat Suns, are 48-4 at All-Star break

Stephen Curry and the Warriors head into the All-Star break with the best record in NBA history at this stage of the season

Warriors keep thrills rolling with win over Suns

The Warriors dispatched the Suns here Wednesday night, 112-104, to bump their record to 48-4, best 52-game start in NBA history. The next six games will be played after the Stephen Curry Extravaganza, formerly known as the NBA All-Star break. Like the surfing heroes at Mavericks, the Warriors aren’t performing so much for the ultimate trophy as they are playing it a moment at a time, for the sheer thrill of doing the impossible, with a pure joy. The all-time best regular-season record hangs ever larger on the horizon, the 72-10 record the Chicago Bulls, and there is MVP talk surrounding...
The Dream Shake Feb 10, 2016

Rockets vs. Warriors final score: Rockets can't hang for four quarters and lose again in Oakland

In the grand scheme of things, this one doesn't feel that bad. The Houston Rockets finally put up a respectable fight, but it still wasn't enough to overcome the tidal wave of buckets that is the Golden State Warriors. With a 123-110 loss, Houston dropped back down to .500 at 27-27 and now sit only in eighth place in the Western Conference. After the first quarter, things were looking predictably bleak. Houston's defense was nowhere to be found as the Warriors scored 42 points and made 12 consecutive shots before Stephen Curry missed a long three-pointer to close the period. Harden had one...
San Jose Mercury News Feb 7, 2016

Warriors superstar Stephen Curry bangs the drum for Super Bowl Panthers

Ushering his hometown Carolina Panthers onto the field for Super Bowl 50 caps an amazing week for NBA MVP
Golden State Of Mind Feb 7, 2016

Explain One Play: Stephen Curry Closes Out the Thunder

This is a deep dive video analysis of the exciting ending of the Thunder-Warriors game on Feb 6 2016. If you want to read more video breakdowns, check out the rest of the series of Explain One Play articles. For the full updated index, go to The Explain One Play series index. Stephen Curry had, up until the last three minutes of the Thunder game, been shooting at a subpar level, missing open shots and a number of layups. I think there are some analytics that question whether clutchness exists, so maybe this was a coincidence, but I happen to believe in it, and also believe Curry went to a...

Warriors make statement with win over Thunder

In a statement game about not giving up his spot so easily, Barnes put up 19 points in the Warriors’ 116-108 victory over the Thunder in a showcase game that acted as an appetizer for the Super Bowl. Barnes and Kevin Durant traded three-pointers, leaving the Warriors clinging to a 103-100 lead with just more than four minutes to play. After Stephen Curry missed a three-pointer, Durant made a pair of free throws to trim Oklahoma City’s deficit to 103-102. Draymond Green was fouled while attempting a putback of a Curry floater and made a foul shot to extend the Warriors’ advantage to...
Oakland Tribune Feb 6, 2016

Thompson: Warriors' Curry, Panthers' Newton are kindred spirits

It almost feels as if fate brought Stephen Curry and Cam Newton to this weekend. Their friendship has been forged through a host of similarities, two underdogs driven to make the world remember them. They have so many similarities that their connection was natural.
Golden State Of Mind Feb 5, 2016

As a rookie, Stephen Curry trash talked Kobe Bryant and lived to tell the tale

Curry tells a hilarious anecdote from his early career. Stephen Curry may look young. He may look inexperienced. But underneath that disarming smile lies the heart of an assassin. Even as a young player in the NBA, he was trying to show up the best. Recently, Steph sat down with Clay Skipper from GQ magazine. They discussed a number of things, but perhaps the most interesting tidbit was Curry's admission that as a rookie, he incurred the "Kobe death stare" as a result of talking trash. From the article: Skipper: "This being Kobe's last All-Star game, do you have a favorite Kobe...
CSN Washington Feb 5, 2016

Dudley 'disappointed' in lack of invite for 3-point shootout

Jared Dudley is tied with Steph Curry for third place in three-point accuracy, but didn't get an invite to compete in the Three-Point Shootout for All-Star weekend.
Oakland Tribune Feb 4, 2016

Three Warriors featured at All-Star Saturday Night

Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are in the Three-Point Contest and Draymond Green will be among the first frontcourt players to participate in the Skills Challenge.

Warriors headline participants chosen for All-Star Saturday

Point guard Stephen Curry, shooting guard Klay Thompson and power forward Draymond Green will each be part of All-Star Saturday night, with Curry and Thompson highlighting the three-point competition participants and Green among those adding a new twist to the skills challenge. The NBA announced Thursday that Curry and Thompson will be joined in the three-point competition by Phoenix’s Devin Booker, Miami’s Chris Bosh, Houston’s James Harden, Toronto’s Kyle Lowry, Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton and the Clippers’ J.J. Redick.

Bucks' Khris Middleton takes aim at Stephen Curry in three-point contest

Bucks shooting guard Khris Middleton will take part in the three-point shooting contest as part of all-star weekend. The defending champion is out-of-this-world shooter, Stephen Curry.
Golden State Of Mind Feb 4, 2016

Explain One Play: Stephen Curry's Eleven Threes

This is a video survey of Curry's eleven 3s from the Wizards-Warriors game on Feb 3 2016. If you want to read more video breakdowns, check out the rest of the series of Explain One Play articles. For the full updated index, go to The Explain One Play series index. Welp. Stephen Curry poured in eleven three-pointers tonight on his way to 51 points.  He had a shot at the NBA record of 12 threes in a game, but he didn't push it. Curry: "I missed one too many. .. You can’t mess around with the basketball gods, trying to chase records, if the game doesn’t call for it." — Rusty...

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