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Golden State Of Mind Aug 20, 2016
GSOM's new writers introduce themselves by sharing their memories from the 2015-16 season. Not too long ago, someone brought up the question of whether I'd rather the Warriors have Durant or back-to-back titles...and I realized that I don't think I'll ever quite get over that moment when Stephen Curry through a behind-the-back pass out of bounds in the fourth quarter of Game 7 of the NBA Finals. @KGTrashTalk pic.twitter.com/3rlCBusLzM — Cephas ben Uthai (@EnigmatikBGDB) June 25, 2016 There were lots of high points during #ArrogantSZN, but winter came swiftly in the form of a blizzard...
Oakland Tribune Aug 19, 2016
Ayesha Curry, wife of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, surprised patrons of the new Calicraft Brewing Co. Taproom in Walnut Creek when she shot scenes for her upcoming Food Network show, "Ayesha's Homemade."
Bullets Forever Aug 17, 2016
This time of year can be a bit of a dry time for NBA content, so usually the league fills the void by releasing highlight reels of the best moments from the past season to get people excited for the one to come. Recently, they came out with a video showing off the top 50 assists of last season. If you’ve got 10 minutes, check it out because passing is fun: Remarkably, not one of John Wall’s 789 assists from last season was good enough to crack the top 50 here. The easy thing to do here would be to accuse the NBA of bias towards promoting guys like Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook,...
Oakland Tribune Aug 16, 2016
Warriors Basketball Camps provide unique experience for youth from Bay Area and beyond.
Golden State Of Mind Aug 15, 2016
How can Curry’s record shattering (but ultimately disappointing) 2015-2016 season shed a light on our own travails? First, the facts. 1.) In 2015-2016, Stephen Curry had the best offensive season in NBA history. 2.) In 2015-2016, Stephen Curry had, arguably, the greatest single season overall in NBA history. 3.) In 2015-2016, Stephen Curry hit 402 three point shots. This obliterated the previous record (also his) by 116 three pointers. One hundred. And sixteen. 4.) In 2015-2016, Stephen Curry became the first ever unanimous MVP in league history. Jordan never did it. LeBron never did it....
News-Herald Aug 11, 2016
Oct. 25 vs. New York: Rings, a banner, and Joakim Noah at The Q to witness it all. A great way to start the season.Nov. 3 vs. Boston: The first of four matchups against one of the top challengers in the East.Dec. 25 vs. Golden State: Hopefully Steph Curry won't be giving out mouth guards like he did in Game 6 of the Finals.
Oakland Tribune Aug 11, 2016
Warriors star launched from long distance during Warriors Basketball Camp in Walnut Creek.
Golden State Of Mind Aug 9, 2016
The Warriors won't have an "only one basketball" problem. Sixteen-hundred. That's how many times Kevin Durant took last season.* As The Ringer was happy to point out, we've heard a lot of the platitude "There's only one basketball" lately. It's a common and understandable issue raised to the concern that the Warriors have just added a high-volume scorer to a team that already has two of them. How can there possibly be enough shots to go around which has two of the best high-volume scorers in history (in Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant) and another player who is easily one of the top 10...
The Rams will play their first game in Los Angeles since 1994 when they host the Cowboys in their preseason opener this weekend and Case Keenum will start at quarterback. Thats not a surprise since Keenum has been running the first team all offseason, but its hard to find anyone who thinks Keenumis more than
Stephen Curry isnt in Rio right now, he wanted to make sure his body got healthy and enough rest after a long NBA season. Which is both his right and probably the mature move. That doesnt mean his should just be sitting at his home eating bonbons. Hes got the time to fit in some 
The Bears have what has been traditionally one of the worst natural surfaces in the league. But to coach John Fox, it beats the alternative. After losing starting center Hroniss Grasu to a torn ACL during Saturdays scrimmage at Soldier Field, Fox downplayed the role the grass might have played in the injury, and said
Golden State Of Mind Aug 8, 2016
Last week, ESPN.com released it's top-5 MVP predictions for the 2016-2017 season. A couple of Warriors made the list. Let's pass time in the off-season by dissecting each and every detail. ESPN.com asked a panel to predict the top-five MVP candidates for the upcoming 2016-2017 season. You can check out the original article here, and their criteria here. Kevin Durant, perhaps surprisingly, finished third in the polls, and Stephen Curry fifth. Aside from the Dubs, LeBron James finished first, Russell Westbrook second, and reigning defensive player of the year Kawhi Leonard, fourth. James...
Denver Stiffs Aug 5, 2016
The Nuggets, via this brilliant defensive play from Danilo Gallinari, handed the Warriors one of their nine (...NINE!) total losses last year. Danilo Gallinari is a sneaky good defensive player. Last year -- last January -- he proved his defensive mettle as he stole the ball from Warriors MVP and world-beater Stephen Curry to seal a Nuggets victory. The loss, one of only nine that Warriors suffered throughout the entirety of the regular season, was one of the high points of the Nuggets' season. The announcing on this is pretty awesome. "JUST LIKE HAVLICECK!!!" Ahh, if life could only...
Beaver Believers | CSN Northwest Aug 4, 2016
Stephen Curry has won the last two NBA MVP awards. LeBron James has four of those trophies at home and just won the Finals MVP award leading the Cavaliers to the NBA title. Not shockingly, those are the two early favorites to win the 2017 NBA MVP award. Online betting site Bovada already has up 
Golden State Of Mind Aug 4, 2016
Stephen Curry earns more accolades for his historic season, winning MVP and repeating as Toughest to Guard and Clutch Performer. The National Basketball Players Association has announced its second annual awards and Stephen Curry walked away as the top honoree. After selecting James Harden as the inaugural MVP last year, Curry won MVP in addition to repeating as the Clutch Performer and Toughest to Guard in the 2016 NBPA Players Awards. The Golden State Warriors as a whole won Best Homecourt Advantage on the strength of Oracle Arena's reputation for being packed with passionate fans that...