6:17 AM EST, Sat November 28, 2015
Golden State Of Mind 5 hours ago

Warriors at Suns final score 135 - 116: Curry goes for 41, Warriors set franchise record for threes

The streak lives on in Phoenix as the Warriors trounce the Suns. First Quarter: 44 - 27 The Warriors came into the game like gangbusters, blasting the doors off of the Suns' defense to the tune of 44 points in a quarter, a season high. Part of that came from the referees calling fouls for roughing up Stephen Curry off the bounce. Part of it was great ball movement sustained for 12 minutes. A lot of it was shooters hitting shots. The Warriors started off shooting 8 of 11 on FGAs, with all 8 of their makes coming off assists. When the Warriors move the ball and Klay Thompson, Draymond Green,...
News-Herald 6 hours ago
LeBron, Cleveland Cavaliers, top Charlotte Hornets, 95-90

LeBron, Cleveland Cavaliers, top Charlotte Hornets, 95-90

CHARLOTTE, N.C. >> LeBron James can't explain why he plays so well against the Charlotte Hornets, but he sure has a knack for picking up his game.James had 25 points and 13 rebounds, extending his personal run of dominance versus Charlotte by leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 95-90 victory Friday night.
Bright Side Of The Sun 6 hours ago

Game Recap: Curry and the Warriors hit a fifth gear, obliterate the Suns

The Phoenix Suns didn't do themselves any favors when they went 0-3 in three winnable games and that became even more apparent in their loss to the Golden State Warriors. The Suns played very good basketball in the first half, but the Warriors hit a fifth gear and shot 15-20 from three in the first half. That's right, 15 threes at the half when they took only 20. Despite the Suns shooting 57% and getting 28 points from Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight combined at the half, the Warriors led by 18. Stephen Curry legitimately put on a show. The term showman is the only thing that comes to mind....
Golden State Of Mind 7 hours ago

Warriors vs. Suns highlights: Stephen Curry leads Golden State to NBA record 15 first half threes in Phoenix

The Warriors lead the Suns 75-57 in the first half, led by Stephen Curry's 27 points and 8 assists. So, the Golden Sate Warriors are looking to win their 17th-straight game in a single season, which is something they've never done before. Apparently, alien superstar Stephen Curry wants to insure that happens. Curry led all scorers with 27 points on 7-for-9 shooting from the 3-point line in highlight reel fashion, including these two ridiculous shots. Steph's 4 point play + bench celebration. pic.twitter.com/eXSYIe4bHG — Jae Azizi (@JaeAzizi) November 28, 2015 Starting to think Steph...
Bright Side Of The Sun 18 hours ago

Game Preview: Everyone hide! The Warriors are coming!

Oh boy. The Phoenix Suns, coming off of a 0-3 stretch of three winnable games, have now got to deal with the apocalyptic force that is the Golden State Warriors. The game starts at 7:30 p.m., with TV coverage on NBA TV and FSAZ. The Warriors The Warriors are undefeated the day after Thanksgiving for a reason. They are averaging 114.3 points and 29.6 assists a game. To give you some context, the highest PPG number for a team since 2000 is 111 and the highest APG number for a team since 2000 is 27.4 (last year's Warriors). Stephen Curry looks like this next generation's can't miss player. His...

Warriors taking aim at NBA record of 33 straight wins

Warriors taking aim at NBA record of 33 straight wins The Warriors didn’t talk publicly about a 16-0 start until they were within a few wins of the record, but they’re already talking about the No. 33. “It’s important to have tangible goals that you can look at it and really work for, but obviously, for us, we do a great job of just staying in the moment,” point guard Stephen Curry said on a conference call Wednesday, two days before the Warriors play on the road against the Suns. … The Warriors set a franchise record with 16 straight victories from Nov. 13-Dec. On Tuesday,...
Oakland Tribune Nov 26, 2015

Purdy: Warriors haven't done anything yet

Huzzah for 16-0, but Stephen Curry Co. arent even halfway to the record set by Los Angeles Lakers in 1971-72

Stephen Curry goes global in unusual interview session

Stephen Curry’s fame is so far-reaching these days that the Warriors’ point guard was the sole attraction on a global conference call that was joined by reporters from 19 countries and territories. In a question-and-answer session of about 30 minutes Wednesday, Curry spent most of his time talking about other people. Asked about the possibility of winning both the Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Player awards for the 2015-16 season, Curry said: It’s a goal. The NBA had been inundated with so many media requests from overseas that the league decided to host a conference call...
Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015

New Curry shoe pays homage to North Carolina roots

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is paying homage to his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina, with his new shoe, the Under Armour Curry Two 'Providence Road.'
Golden State Of Mind Nov 25, 2015

Explain One Play: Stephen Curry no-look very bad man pass to a Harrison Barnes three

Video breakdown of plays from the Warriors win against the Lakers on Nov 24, 2015. This is a fun little play from the competitive part of the Lakers-Warriors game, which is to say, the middle part of the 1st quarter. The play starts with the most popular Warriors set for early offense (which we trace back to the 7 Seconds or Less Suns), then ends with chaos which Stephen Curry settles with a pass with extra flavor to Harrison Barnes for an open three-pointer. More Seven Seconds Or Less Suns To set the scene for the Warriors Early Offense, we go back to the ancient days of the 2000s Mike...
Oakland Tribune Nov 24, 2015

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry buys mansion in Walnut Creek

Some time during the Warriors amazing win streak, Steph Curry closed on a stunning $3.2 million mansion in Walnut Creek, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Warriors’ Curry pays $3.2 million for Walnut Creek house

Don’t take it personally Oakland, but it appears that the brighter Stephen Curry’s star gets, the farther away he moves from his place of employment. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Warriors point guard and NBA MVP and his wife Ayesha have purchased a five-bedroom, five-bathroom, four-fireplace house in Walnut Creek for $3.2 million. The story says the two-story Mediterranean house was built on an acre in 2012, has a media and billiards toom, a 2,300-bottle wine cellar and a full bar.
Oakland Tribune Nov 23, 2015

Pat Riley: Warriors backcourt ranks with best ever

Steph Curry, Klay Thompson compared favorably to Gail Goodrich, Jerry West by Heat president
Golden State Of Mind Nov 23, 2015

Warriors links: Golden State continues historic undefeated start, Draymond Green's improved passing

The Warriors are off to a 15-0 start, but focusing on the record alone doesn't actually capture how special this team is and could become. Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry noted after last night's win against the Denver Nuggets that they didn't make a big deal out of their 15-0 start after the game because it was just the regular season, they weren't even halfway through it, and they hadn't really won anything yet. Curry's post-game comments struck me primarily because, whether he knew that off the top of his head or not, the fastest starters in NBA history not only struggled to...
Denver Stiffs Nov 23, 2015

Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors tie record with 118-105 win over the Denver Nuggets

The Warriors tied an NBA record by winning their 15th straight game to open the NBA season. Darrell Arthur led a spirited Denver Nuggets team for three quarters but the Warriors pulled away in the 4th. Sometimes you’re the hammer, and sometimes you’re the nail.  The Nuggets welcomed the defending champion Golden State Warriors into Pepsi Center in a game that would test to see how the Nuggets measured up against the undefeated and record setting Warriors.  Spoiler alert: they didn’t measure up very well at all.  Despite fighting very hard in the first half and showing a lot of...

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