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Oakland Tribune 3 hours ago

Kawakami: Curry has never been better

Warriors star Stephen Curry has never been better than he is now, in the spotlight of the NBA playoffs
Newark Star-Ledger 13 hours ago

Listen to T.J. Kidd: Stephen Curry's kid should be welcome at any press conference | Politi Bits

This is the most ridiculous controversy of the year. For now.
San Jose Mercury News 23 hours ago

Thompson: Stephen Curry gets in the flow, and Rockets flail

Houston has no answer for Curry, who scores 40 points in Game 3.
Golden State Of Mind May 24, 2015

Warriors eviscerate Rockets in Game 3, 115-80

Golden State came out on fire en route to taking a dominating 3-0 lead. A 35-point demolition. Stephen Curry simply scintillated. The MVP took over Game 3 and put the Warriors one win away from the NBA Finals in a rout, 115-80. 40 points on nineteen freaking shots. Seven threes. Seven assists. Five rebounds. It's almost like the Rockets didn't know he was the MVP. Curry absolutely crushed the Rockets in the second and third quarters. Shot after shot after shot swished through the net. Bank shots, finger rolls, three-pointers galore. "It's fun out there," he said afterward. Tonight, he set...
Oakland Tribune May 22, 2015

Curry on brink of another 3-point record

Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Stephen Curry needs one 3-pointer to tie Reggie Miller's NBA record for a single postseason, and can do it in nine fewer games.

James Harden is not happy, possibly cursed by Twitter rapper

Is James Harden cursed? Probably not. He dominated the floor last night, scoring 38 points during the Rockets’ Game 2 loss to the Warriors. Is James Harden upset? Probably. A few chairs and an Oracle Arena curtain can attest to that. Harden had a potential game-winner at his fingertips with the Rockets trailing 99-98 and just seconds remaining on the clock last night, but a shutdown defensive effort from the Warriors and a moment of indecisiveness conspired to trip the bearded All-Star up. Trapped by Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, Harden lost the ball and never got a shot off. “He...

Stephen Curry and James Harden trade highlight moments

“I’m just a little frustrated,” said Harden, who scored 38 points, had 10 rebounds — nine of those defensive — and added nine assists. Curry scored 33 points, hitting five three-pointers, and had six assists. Harden made a floating jump shot. Curry stole the ball and stepped back for another jump shot. Curry hit a jump shot, Harden had a slam-dunk. The Warriors seemed to lose momentum when Corey Brewer tackled Draymond Green just as Curry drained a three-pointer that would have given the Warriors a 101-92 lead. After Green’s free throw, the Rockets went on a 6-0 run to...

Warriors-Rockets Game 2 by the numbers

Points for Houston’s James Harden, the most by an opponent against the Warriors this postseason. Harden also had 10 rebounds and nine assists. Rebounds for Houston’s Dwight Howard, the most by an opponent against the Warriors this postseason. Career playoff-high-tying points for Warriors center Andrew Bogut — after being held scoreless in Game 1. Games for Stephen Curry with at least five three-pointers this postseason, an NBA record. Three-pointers this postseason for Curry, tying Ray Allen (2001, with the Bucks) for second most behind Reggie Miller (58 in 2000 with the...
San Jose Mercury News May 22, 2015

Kawakami: Stephen Curry wins duel against James Harden

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry comes out on top in star duel against Houston Rockets guard James Harden.
Houston Chronicle May 22, 2015

Numbers aside, Curry gets best of Harden in second straight game

OAKLAND, Calif. – James Harden was the MVP in round two. Thirty-eight points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and one man carrying the Rockets for almost four entire quarters. But the only numbers that mattered for Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors after Game 2 of the Western Conference finals at Oracle Arena: 2-0. Curry […]
The Dream Shake May 21, 2015

Rockets vs. Warriors 2015 NBA Playoffs Final Score: Houston and James Harden Fumble Away Game 2

James Harden and Stephen Curry once again had a magnificent duel, but the Rockets could not win game 2 in Oakland. Once again we were treated to marvelous performances by both James Harden and Stephen Curry.  Unfortunately with the Houston Rockets were unable to leave Oakland with a victory.  They fell to Curry and the Golden State Warriors once again, 99-98. Just when it seemed like the Rockets were going to settled into one of those five to eight points losses, the Rockets made a fierce comeback.  The Rockets forced turnovers, the biggest being Corey Brewer forcing a huge eight second...

Splash Brothers’ defense helps Warriors’ hold off Rockets in Game 2

The Warriors are two wins away from advancing to the NBA Finals and six wins away from bringing home their first crown since 1975, having brushed off the Rockets’ rally attempts for a 99-98 victory in Thursday’s Game 2. After the Warriors took a 2-0 lead in front of the 130th consecutive sellout crowd at Oracle Arena, the best-of-seven Western Conference finals shifts to Houston for Game 3 on Saturday and Game 4 on Monday. An alley-oop from Draymond Green to Andrew Bogut and an inbounds pass from Stephen Curry to a streaking Klay Thompson on back-to-back possessions gave the Warriors a...
Houston Chronicle May 21, 2015

Warriors’ ‘Splash Brothers’ named to All-NBA teams

Warriors guards Steph Curry and Klay Thompson were among the players honored on the All-NBA teams on Thursday. Curry, the league’s MVP was named to first team and Thompson to the third. Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he was happy to hear the news about the Splash Brothers just a day after hearing that Draymond […]

Curry is unanimous All-NBA selection, Thompson is 3rd team

Curry is unanimous All-NBA selection, Thompson is 3rd team If the Warriors go on to win the NBA title, they will have done so by beating some of the best players in the NBA. Guards Stephen Curry (first team) and Klay Thompson (third team) were named All-NBA on Thursday. “It’s pretty special and something I’m really proud of,” he said. The first-team selection was not only the first for Curry, the league MVP, but also the first for a Warrior since Latrell Sprewell in 1993-94. Curry and Cleveland’s LeBron James were unanimous selections. Curry and James were joined on the...
Akron Beacon Journal May 21, 2015

Cavaliers notebook: Still ailing Kyrie Irving named third team All-NBA; LeBron James makes first team for

ATLANTA: Kyrie Irving’s postseason has been filled with disappointing health, but he finally received a slice of good news Thursday when he was named to the All-NBA third team. It’s the first time the three-time All-Star has made an All-NBA team.LeBron James, as usual, was named to the first team along with the Golden State Warriors’ Steph Curry, the Houston Rockets’ James Harden, the New Orleans Pelicans’ Anthony Davis and the Memphis Grizzlies’ Marc Gasol. James and Curry were unanimous selections. It was the eighth consecutive time and ninth time overall James has been named to...

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