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Golden State Of Mind Mar 28, 2015

Steph goes MVP mode; GSW now on forrealsies 67-win pace

I talk about Stephen Curry and why he is the MVP. Our MVP. (These allergies have me looking like a red panda - not an actual red panda because those are ugly but a panda that is red. Anyway, I am forced to cut this short between all the sneezing and sniffling so here you go). --- In a season that's exemplified just how great Stephen Curry is and has become, i feel like I have slighted his work by writing just so little after these types of games. Some of it has been that he's sitting out large portions of the second half after scintillating first halves and there's not many highlights to...

Splash Brothers return to Bradley Center with Golden State Warriors

It’s a rare sight in Milwaukee, a once-a-year appearance of the Splash Brothers. It will happen Saturday when Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson lead the Golden State Warriors against the Bucks.
San Jose Mercury News Mar 27, 2015

Warriors beat Grizzlies

Stephen Curry and the Warriors made an emphatic statement about which team is the best in the West. Curry poured in 38 points and dished out 10 assists in the Warriors' 107-84 win Friday at Memphis, as they badly beat the second-place team in the Western Conference to match a franchise record for regular-season wins.
Oakland Tribune Mar 26, 2015

Stephen Curry makes good on promise

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry sends the shoes he wore during NBA All-Star festivities to the family of Deah Shaddy Barakat, a fan who was shot to death last month.

Warriors’ Stephen Curry follows through on promise, personally sends All-Star shoes to shooting victim’s family

Warriors guard Stephen Curry made good on his promise to send the shoes he wore during All-Star festivities to the family of Deah Shaddy Barakat, a fan who was shot to death last month. Saleh Barakat, who identifies himself on… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Stephen Curry follows through on promise, personally sends All-Star shoes to shooting victim’s family appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Golden State Of Mind Mar 26, 2015

Russell Westbrook vs. Stephen Curry

Who is the NBA's top point guard? Recently, ESPN polled 25 NBA people--executives, current players and coaches--and asked them to list the top 30 point guards in the league right now. Here's the top two: 1. Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City Thunder (732 points, 13 first-place votes)"He might be an alien. I've never seen anyone like him before. His athleticism and antics are off thecharts." -- NBA executive 2. Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors (727 points, 9 first-place votes)"Maybe the best shooter we've ever seen in the NBA off the dribble. Probably the leading candidate forMVP this...
Oakland Tribune Mar 25, 2015

Kawakami: Breaking down Stephen Curry's pregame routine

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry's pregame session is where the ace shooter hones his artistry.

Stephen Curry, Warriors too much for shorthanded Trail Blazers: Game rewind

MVP candidate Stephen Curry scored a game-high 33 points and dished out 10 assists as the Blazers lost their fifth straight game.

Warriors’ Stephen Curry subjected to ‘Steph is a girl name’ sign at Portland

PORTLAND — Warriors star Stephen Curry had his nickname playfully besmirched by a fan at Portland, and the Trail Blazers made sure the sign that was held up was for all to see. Appearing on the video scoreboard late in… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Stephen Curry subjected to ‘Steph is a girl name’ sign at Portland appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Blazersedge Mar 25, 2015

Portland Trail Blazers vs. Golden State Warriors: Green, Curry Cause Blazers Heartburn

The short-handed Blazers put up a mighty fight in the first half before the Warriors pound them into oblivion. The Portland Trail Blazers put up a heck of a fight tonight against the Golden State Warriors. Facing the best team in the NBA without LaMarcus Aldridge, Nicolas Batum, Chris Kaman, and Wesley Matthews was no easy task. Though expected, the 122-108 defeat was demoralizing. Still the evening illuminated several truths about the Blazers, for better and worse. Tonight's first half highlighted the scrappy, feisty, "never-say-die" Trail Blazers...the team every mom would love you to...

Warriors’ Andrew Bogut makes case for Stephen Curry for MVP: ‘I don’t think it’s close’

PORTLAND – The Warriors haven’t done much public campaigning for Stephen Curry to win the MVP award. They generally feel they shouldn’t have to because of their record. It’s also not Curry’s style. However, coinciding with Houston’s James Harden putting… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Andrew Bogut makes case for Stephen Curry for MVP: ‘I don’t think it’s close’ appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Warriors’ Stephen Curry clears schedule for potentially busy June

The annual Curry Golf Classic in Davidson, N.C. put on by the family of Warriors star Stephen Curry had been scheduled for June 22, but is now cancelled, it was announced Tuesday. “Due to Stephen Curry’s schedule and continued success,… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Stephen Curry clears schedule for potentially busy June appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Damian Lillard isn't fatigued, Stephen Curry as the next Steve Nash: Game day links

Damian Lillard says he isn't tired, Stephen Curry could be the next Steve Nash and more Blazers and Warriors news ahead of tonight's 7:30 p.m. tipoff.

Tasty role for Stephen Curry in ESPN spot

Tasty role for Stephen Curry in ESPN spot With the Warriors rolling down the stretch, The Chronicle will offer an added layer of coverage, taking readers behind the scenes. If you hear ESPN’s anchors say it was a chicken curry night in Oakland, here’s what they mean: Curry (in uniform) reaches over the counter and shakes the hand of a cafeteria worker. Curry came up with a one-liner of his own, but it didn’t make the final cut. Tim Hubbell, ESPN director of marketing, was at the shoot, and said, I’ll say this about Steph:
SLC Dunk Mar 21, 2015

Warriors Stephen Curry has killed the Jazz, but is less deadly when playing at home

The bad news is that he's still really, really good. Tonight the Utah Jazz tip off on the road against the Golden State Warriors. The Dubs best player, and possible MVP candidate, Stephen Curry is the son of former Jazz player Dell Curry. For whatever reason the Jazz did not hold onto Dell for very long, and then spent a decade trying to find someone who could shoot like him; effectively wasting quite a bit of John Stockton and Karl Malone 's peak physical years. Dell Curry made a name for himself as a great shooter, but rarely played in the playoffs. Looking back it seems like it...

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