7:17 AM EDT, Mon October 20, 2014

Fantasy Update

17 hours ago
Rotoworld
Stephen Curry (rest) will not suit up for Sunday's preseason game vs. Houston.
Oct 16, 2014
Rotoworld
Ognjen Kuzmic will start at center on Thursday next to Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green.
San Jose Mercury News 7 hours ago

Golden State Warriors fall short to Houston Rockets in exhibition game

Younger Warriors step up with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson getting the exhbition game off.
Rotoworld 17 hours ago

Stephen Curry (rest) out Sunday vs. Houston - Stephen Curry (G) Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry (rest) will not suit up for Sunday's preseason game vs. Houston.

Warriors’ Andre Iguodala explains why he’s helping Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green get paid

OAKLAND – Andre Iguodala said it last season. He said it during the offseason. And he’s said it this preseason that he wants to help his friend and Warriors teammate, Klay Thompson, get paid at a time when he’s due… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Andre Iguodala explains why he’s helping Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green get paid appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Warriors’ Stephen Curry a dark horse MVP candidate

Warriors guard Stephen Curry is being mentioned as a candidate in the preseason to eventually walk away with the NBA’s Most Valuable Player honor this season. The Las Vegas betting site Bovada lists Curry as having 28-1 odds to become… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Stephen Curry a dark horse MVP candidate appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Extension coming for Klay Thompson?

Golden State worked out a contract extension for Stephen Curry several years ago, and that deal now looks like a bargain. Fast-forward to 2014, and th...

Jerry West: Warriors’ Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson form NBA’s best backcourt

OAKLAND – Warriors executive board member Jerry West, one of the greatest guards in NBA, history, believes Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson form the best backcourt in the league. “I saw an article in USA Today saying we have the… Continue Reading →The post Jerry West: Warriors’ Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson form NBA’s best backcourt appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Stephen Curry challenges Steve Kerr, claims Warriors have best backcourt, jokes about being a Drake lyric

Warriors point guard Stephen Curry deserves his own training camp Day 1 blog entry, having called out head coach Steve Kerr for a three-point shooting contest, responding to Bradley Beal’s claim that Washington has the NBA’s best backcourt and joking about being a Drake lyric. *Curry on why he and Kerr haven’t had a three-point contest yet: “He’s blaming it on his knees not being ready to take on that many jump shots. He got up and down pretty well in a couple of three-man weaves to demonstrate how we need to get the drill done, so his knees looked good today.” Curry on Beal and...

Don’t tell Klay Thompson he’s under more pressure

Klay Thompson was looking through his phone before Team USA played Puerto Rico in an August exhibition in New York City, when he came across a story that he just had to share with Stephen Curry. The Bleacher Report article quoted an unnamed source who claimed Thompson was “pissed” that the Warriors legitimately considered trading him to Minnesota for Kevin Love. “He jokes about it a lot,” Curry said. “I don’t know if he reads a lot, but people guess how he feels or his emotions, and he handles it really well. Somebody said he was ‘pissed’ off about the trade rumors, and he...

Warriors’ Stephen Curry on Bradley Beal saying Wizards have best backcourt: ‘Everybody’s got to be confident’

OAKLAND – Warriors star guard Stephen Curry doesn’t necessarily agree with Bradley Beal’s comment to reporters that the Washington backcourt he forms with John Wall is “definitely” the best in the NBA. But Curry, who’s in a backcourt with Klay… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Stephen Curry on Bradley Beal saying Wizards have best backcourt: ‘Everybody’s got to be confident’ appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Oakland Tribune Sep 22, 2014

Golden State Warriors' Curry likes new additions

Stephen Curry is pleased with how the Warriors shored up their bench with offseason signings and is open to playing off the ball more often in new coach Steve Kerr's offense

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