4:47 AM EDT, Thu May 26, 2016
Golden State Of Mind 1 hour ago

Warriors vs Thunder Playoff Preview: Golden State Begins Epic Comeback?

The Warriors return home on the edge of extinction from this years playoffs. Is this where they right the ship? Or will this be the end their magical season? Matchup Golden State Warriors1-3 (1-1 HOME) vs Oklahoma City Thunder3-1 (1-1 ROAD) Details May 26, 2016 Oracle Arena — Oakland, CA 6 p.m. PST TNT | KNBR 680 AM Blog Buddy: Welcome to Loud City Projected Starters Stephen Curry G Russell Westbrook Klay Thompson G Andre Roberson Harrison Barnes F Kevin Durant Draymond Green F Serge Ibaka Andrew...
Oakland Tribune 5 hours ago

Kawakami: What's wrong with the Warriors?

If Stephen Curry and Draymond Green are bad so is the rest of Golden State, which is now on the brink of elimination in the NBA Western Conference finals.
San Francisco Chronicle 10 hours ago

Stephen Curry is OK, but Warriors might not be

Klay Thompson was poring over the stat sheet late Tuesday night, desperately searching for a silver lining from the Warriors’ two-game shellacking in Oklahoma City and unwittingly thinking aloud. The Warriors were still having trouble providing answers a day later as they faced the grave possibility of having their magical run ended by a Thunder team that is simply playing better than the best team in regular-season history. Oklahoma City’s two straight wins - by a combined 52 points - have propelled the Thunder to a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. The Warriors on Thursday will...
Golden State Of Mind 12 hours ago

The world weighs in on the status of Steph Curry

Steph Curry's health is brought into the limelight as the Golden State Warriors prepare for a must win game 5 in the Western Conference Finals. The Golden State Warriors are in a situation they have yet to experience under head coach Steve Kerr. Win or go home. Oklahoma City is making Golden State look like a mirage of the team who won an NBA record 73 regular season games. Outside of the Warriors' game 2 victory, the NBA's first unanimous MVP has been anything but himself in the Western Conference Finals. His game 4 performance was one to forget as he recorded more turnovers (six) than he...
San Jose Mercury News 14 hours ago

When Stephen Curry is falling, please get your hands up!

Courtside-sitting Oracle Arena fans discuss what should've, but didn't, happen when the MVP took a hard spill in Game 2.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 15 hours ago

Did the Timberwolves give Thunder the blueprint to beat Golden State?

Like the rest of the free world, I’m trying to figure out how the Warriors — after going an NBA-record 73-9 in the regular season — are suddenly in a 3-1 hole to Oklahoma City after two consecutive blowout losses to the Thunder. Some short answer theories: Steph Curry isn’t 100 percent, and it’s taking a toll; the Warriors, after chasing history for 82 games, are exhausted mentally and physically; Thunder coach Billy Donovan, the architect of Florida’s NCAA titles and a conference semifinals upset of San Antonio, is a brilliant coach; the Thunder is clicking at the right time and...
Oakland Tribune 16 hours ago

Is Messi's dream of watching Stephen Curry play kaput?

Lionel Messi comes to the Bay Area next month and was hoping to meet up with Warriors star, ideally watching him play in the NBA Finals.
Oakland Tribune 17 hours ago

Report: Warriors' Stephen Curry 70 percent at best

Curry also admitted he does still feel some pain in the knee and with constant play, it is hard to progress with healing.

Klay Thompson scores 19 straight Warriors points in 3rd quarter

Thompson understandably saw himself as partly culpable for his team’s 72-53 halftime deficit. By the time Thompson’s personal run ended, his team trailed only 80-74 and harbored genuine hopes of an epic comeback. Why not go out there and start gunning, make a couple quick shots, keep being aggressive? Oklahoma City had nice scoring balance, with all five starters in double figures. Westbrook had a triple-double with 36 points, 11 assists and 11 rebounds. Westbrook, after convincingly outplaying two-time MVP Stephen Curry for the second straight game, downplayed any motivation from...
Oakland Tribune May 25, 2016

Thompson: Warriors need Stephen Curry to regain magic

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry looks like anything but the NBA's MVP as his team's title hopes are on the brink.

Warriors-Thunder Game 4 by the numbers

Stephen Curry’s field-goal shooting — including 5-of-21 on three-pointers — in Games 3 and 4, both of which the Warriors lost. Times this season the Warriors have lost consecutive games. Third-quarter points for the Warriors’ Klay Thompson. Teams that have come back from a 3-1 deficit to win a best-of-seven series in NBA history. Conference finals games in which the Warriors trailed by at least 20 points. Career postseason triple-doubles for Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, who scored 36 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had 11 assists in Game 4.
Golden State Of Mind May 24, 2016

Recap: Same problems push Warriors to the brink

Turnovers, fouls, and rebounding issues plagued the Warriors in similar ways to the third game of the series. The Warriors haven't looked comfortable for most of the series, and still have no answer to Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant, losing 118-94. But most importantly, Stephen Curry isn't whole. I'll keep this recap short. The Thunder are still killing the Warriors on the glass and racking up fouls at the rim.  Draymond Green, the foundation of the Warriors' unique small ball style, is playing the worst he's played all season.Secondary role players like Andre Roberson and Dion Waiters...
Newark Star-Ledger May 24, 2016

NBA Playoffs: What time, channel is Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder, Game 4? (5/24/16)

MVP Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors, who set an NBA record for wins during the regular season with 73, try to even their NBA Western Conference Finals with the Oklahoma City Thunder, who have taken a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Game 4 is Tuesday, May 24, 2016, at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

10 ways the Warriors can win the Western Conference Finals

10 ways the Warriors can still win Image 1 of 10 Caption Close Image 1 of 10 | 10 ways the Warriors can still win Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP 10. Steph Curry goes off. He has done it before in Oklahoma. Curry scored 46 points during a regular season game against the Thunder, which included a 37-foot game winner. 10. Steph Curry goes off. He has done it before in Oklahoma. Curry...scored 46 points during a regular season game against the Thunder,...which included a 37-foot game winner. Image 2 of 10 | 10 ways the Warriors can still win Ronald Martinez / 9. Curry can not get

Despite reminders, Warriors keep taking quick shots

OKLAHOMA CITY — Nearly every time his team stalls on offense, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr bemoans “quick shots.” Kerr blamed too many quick (and missed) shots for igniting the Thunder’s fast break; OKC outscored the Warriors 83-52 in the second and third quarters combined. Kerr pointed to Golden State players trying to “do it themselves” when they fell behind in Game 3, a view echoed by guard Stephen Curry. Guard Shaun Livingston described the quandary in simple terms, tracing it to the unwavering confidence the Warriors have in Curry and Klay Thompson. Coach gives our guys...

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