11:05 AM EST, Thu March 05, 2015
The Dream Shake 14 hours ago

James Harden is finally the consensus MVP favorite

Just about. James Harden has been sniffing the top of MVP leaderboards all season long. There are places he's been No. 1 here and there, places he's been behind Stephen Curry, Marc Gasol and Anthony Davis at varying times, and other places where they simply write that they don't enjoy watching his game. Eat crow, you filthy animals. The Rockets had a huge lead on the Hawks last night, but crumbled without him in the fourth quarter. With him and no Dwight Howard, the Rockets have a better record than when Dwight's in the lineup. He's the league leader in scoring, win shares and free throws....
Oakland Tribune 15 hours ago

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, NBA star Stephen Curry team up for women's rights

Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg has enlisted NBA stars LeBron James, Stephen Curry and some of the basketball league's other top players to convince more men to join the fight for women's rights at home and at work.
NetsDaily Mar 3, 2015

For Brooklyn Nets, a return home ... or not

The crowd was, truth be told, more Warrior than Net.  There were chants of "MVP" when Stephen Curry, a legitimate MVP candidate stepped to the line and arena-shaking explosions when he made everyone realize what all the fuss is about. "I kind of forgot where I was for a second," said Curry of the crowd's reaction, perhaps the biggest for any opponent other than the Knicks since Barclays Center opened three years ago. There were valiant attempts by Nets fans to drown it all about, but when Curry hit three straight three's late in the fourth, it was futile.  They were sure they were going...
New York Post Mar 3, 2015

Hollins takes issue with Nets fans riled up by Stephen Curry

There was a sellout crowd at Barclays Center on Monday night, but Nets coach Lionel Hollins wasn’t exactly happy with what he was hearing. Stephen Curry was beginning to drain...
New York Post Mar 2, 2015

Nets survive hellacious Stephen Curry for best win of year

For a few fleeting moments Monday night, what once looked like it would be the signature win of the Nets’ season instead was about to be engulfed in the flames...

Warriors’ latest comeback comes up short in loss

After scoring eight points in the first three quarters, Stephen Curry scored nine points in an 85-second, fourth-quarter span, turning the Barclays Center crowd into his MVP campaigners but failing to complete the comeback against Brooklyn. The Warriors trailed 106-96 with 3:50 remaining, but Curry scored nine straight Warriors points to trim the deficit to 108-105 and provoke an MVP chant for the third time in the game. Curry tried to make a reverse layup at the buzzer, but he didn’t get the shot off in time. The Nets (25-33), playing their first home game in a franchise-record gap of...
CelticsBlog Mar 2, 2015

Stephen Curry keeps up MVP play with 37 points in Golden State Warriors comeback vs Celtics - Garden Report

On a night of MVP candidates putting up big numbers, Steph Curry dominated late with 37 points as the Golden State Warriors made a massive comeback to halt the Celtics' streak. The Garden Report was joined by CSNNE's Kyle Draper to break it all down. The Garden Report's theme song is "This Him" by John Gannon [produced by Teddy Roxpin]. Buy it on iTunes! Be sure to like The Garden Report on Facebook and like and comment on each episode to get in the conversation! The Garden Report is Hosted and Executive Produced by Jared Weiss for CLNS Radio & Produced by Kyle George for CLNS...
Celtics Today Mar 2, 2015
Celtics blow big lead against league leading Warriors, 106-101 loss in the Garden

Celtics blow big lead against league leading Warriors, 106-101 loss in the Garden

The Celtics came out and throw the first punch against the Warriors. The first punch resulted in a 26 point lead for the Celtics, but a lead that big doesn't mean the game is over in the NBA. Especially against the best team in the NBA. The Celtics knocked down three 3-pointers in a minute to push their lead to a game-high 26 points at 56-30 with 6:53 to play in the first half.The Warriors regrouped at halftime and came out in the second half looking like the best team in the NBA this season. Steph Curry finished with a game-high 37 points on 14-of 22-shooting while Klay Thompson added 20...
Boston Herald Mar 2, 2015
New look good for a small scare

New look good for a small scare

The numbers say the Warriors took a 106-101 victory over the Celtics and left town with a best-in-the-NBA 46-11 record.But the digits don’t tell you that Golden State had to match up with the now 23-24 Celts — not the other way around. And the figures won’t mention that when the Warriors comeback had been completed and just 2.9 seconds remained, MVP candidate Steph Curry slammed the ball hard to the floor three times in a gesture of celebration and relief.
Akron Beacon Journal Feb 27, 2015

Cavs 110, Warriors 99; Jason Lloyd's 31 thoughts on LeBron's MVP candidacy, Kyrie's injury

CLEVELAND: Thirty-one thoughts for 31 points from the Splash Brothers in an awfully impressive 110-99 takedown of the Golden State Warriors on Thursday… 1. Two weeks ago, on the Friday afternoon of All-Star weekend, LeBron James and Steph Curry joined NBA Commissioner Adam Silver for an NBA service project at a midtown Manhattan school. 2. At one point, a discussion about the MVP race surfaced. NBA TV’s Matt Winer, the event’s moderator, referred to James as a four-time MVP and to Curry as the favorite to win it this year. I wasn’t taking notes so I’m paraphrasing here, but...
Akron Beacon Journal Feb 26, 2015

LeBron James scores season high 42, Cavs beat Warriors 110-99

CLEVELAND: LeBron James’ candidacy for Most Valuable Player has been slow to gain traction this season but with seven weeks left, that might soon start changing. James scored a season-high 42 points, Kyrie Irving scored 24 and the Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors on Thursday 110-99 for their 18th victory in their last 20 games. Despite winning four MVP awards, James has gone largely unnoticed this season while the Warriors’ Steph Curry and Houston’s James Harden have garnered most of the attention. But James outscored and outplayed Curry on Thursday, scoring more points than...
Toronto Star Feb 26, 2015
Stephen Curry's Grade 8 season at tiny Toronto school remembered

Stephen Curry's Grade 8 season at tiny Toronto school remembered

Warriors MVP candidate, in town to face Raptors Friday, made lasting impression at Queenway Christian College.
Oakland Tribune Feb 26, 2015

Stephen Curry, Colin Kaepernick among celebs pushing fruits, veggies

A campaign being launched Thursday plans to put that premise to the test by enlisting celebrities including actress Jessica Alba and NBA star Stephen Curry to shill for fruits and vegetables.
Oakland Tribune Feb 25, 2015

Warriors notebook: Stephen Curry and LeBron James set to collide

Warriors meet the Cleveland Cavaliers after day of sightseeing in Washington, D.C.

Curry meets Obama, tours White House

Warriors’ point guard Stephen Curry hasn’t won an NBA championship (yet), but he already knows where to go in Washington, DC, if he does. Curry - the league leader in three-pointers made - donates three anti-malaria nets to the United Nation’s Nothing But Nets campaign for every three-pointer he makes (that’s 510 nets for 170 made threes as of Wednesday). According to The Chronicle’s Rusty Simmons, Curry presented Obama with a couple pair of Under Armour basketball shoes.

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