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Fantasy Update

10 hours ago
Rotoworld
The Warriors will play Wednesday's game without Stephen Curry, Andre Iguodala and David Lee, and they may also rest Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.
Apr 14, 2014
ESPN Fantasy Basketball
Stephen Curry discusses the Warriors' 130-120 win over the Wolves.
San Jose Mercury News 10 hours ago

Warriors' Stephen Curry, David Lee won't play against Denver

Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry, David Lee among those sitting out regular-season final against Denver Nuggets
Rotoworld 10 hours ago

Warriors rest Steph Curry, Iguodala and D-Lee - Stephen Curry (G) Golden State Warriors

The Warriors will play Wednesday's game without Stephen Curry, Andre Iguodala and David Lee, and they may also rest Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.

Curry Drops 32

Stephen Curry discusses the Warriors' 130-120 win over the Wolves.

Wesley Matthews embraced the challenge of trying to slow down Stephen Curry: Trail Blazers video

"He's obviously a great defender. He took on that challenge I just wanted to continue to be aggressive and try to make plays," Stephen Curry said of the matchup with Wesley Matthews.
Rip City Project Apr 14, 2014

Stephen Curry Scores 47, Trail Blazers Beat Warriors in Overtime

  The Trail Blazers beat the Warriors 119-117 to clinch the Western Conference’s fifth seed on the 81st game of the season. That’s what happened, but that isn’t what it was. It was one of the best games of the season, and one that’ll be remembered no matter what happens from here on out.   […]Stephen Curry Scores 47, Trail Blazers Beat Warriors in Overtime - Rip City Project - Rip City Project - A Portland Trailblazers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Golden State Of Mind Apr 14, 2014

Warriors waste another epic Stephen Curry performance, fall to 49-32

In a game where the Portland Trail Blazers eviscerated a stout Golden State Warriors defense and won 119-117 in overtime, Stephen Curry poured in 47 points, only to watch as Andre Iguodala couldn't sink a wide-open three at the end of overtime. In a game so closely contested, there wasn't much to glean except to simply enjoy the literal heat waves beating down on Moda Center Sunday night by Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. From Wesley Matthews and Nicolas Batum's creative forays into various positions around the basket, LaMarcus Aldridge's smooth midrange game, Andrew Bogut's snarl,...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 13, 2014

Warriors fall to Trail Blazers in overtime despite Curry's 47 points

Stephen Curry scored a season-high 47 points, but the Golden State Warriors lost to the Portland Trail Blazers, 119-117 in overtime.

Chris Dempsey’s spotlight on Warriors guard Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry was as potent as he has been all season with averages of 28.3 points, 11.3 assists, six rebounds and three steals.
Game 79 rewind: Stephen Curry does a little bit of everything to lift Warriors to playoff berth again

Game 79 rewind: Stephen Curry does a little bit of everything to lift Warriors to playoff berth again

LOS ANGELES — Amusingly, Klay Thompson was close to grabbing the rebound with 41.9 seconds left in the game that went on to give Stephen Curry a triple-double. “Let him get it!” Draymond Green yelled out. And so Curry got… Continue Reading →
Golden State Of Mind Apr 12, 2014
Golden State Warriors clinch playoff berth and series at Staples

Golden State Warriors clinch playoff berth and series at Staples

Stephen Curry good. David Lee's return sparked a valiant effort from the Golden State Warriors against the Los Angeles Lakers to clinch the first postseason appearance since last year and the first consecutive inclusions since the 1990-92 seasons. Though that's the sentimental and would seem ironically fitting with all the turmoil surrounding the team, it was just a dominating win against a hapless, and defensiveless Lakers unit. Stephen Curry did his thing, dropping running behind-the-ball dimes all over the court, canning step-back jumpers and orchestrating and bending a defense on its...

Stephen Curry, Warriors too much for Lakers

Golden State Warriors 112- Lakers 95 (end of regulation)

Big block in Big D was goaltending

Upon further review, the NBA said Jermaine O’Neal’s blocked shot – which set up Stephen Curry’s game-winning shot in Dallas on Tuesday – should have been called goaltending and the basket allowed. With the game tied 120-120 in overtime, O’Neal blocked a high-arcing Monta Ellis layup. The Mavericks were adamant that goaltending should be called, but officials ruled it a clean block and play continued. Curry took the ball downcourt, dribbled off time and then sank a game-winning 21-footer with a tenth of a second to play. Wednesday, the NBA said in a statement that the referees had...
Golden State Of Mind Apr 2, 2014

Recap: Curry's game-winner leads Warriors past Mavericks in OT thriller 122-120

Stephen Curry hit another game-winner, a buzzer-beating, step-back, pure swish to lead the Warriors past the Mavericks in overtime. Yeah, he's pretty damn good. We Out. We Out. Stephen Curry grabbed the ball and headed up the floor, time winding down in overtime and the score tied at 120. Left side of the floor, against Jose Calderon, Curry had the matchup he wanted. Dribbling down the clock, Curry gave Calderon a hesitation move and a hard dribble, then violently stepped back and, as fast as you can blink, released a step-back jump shot that swished softly through the net for a Warriors...

Curry has beaten the Mavs twice this year with game-winners

DALLAS -- Jose Calderon could only credit Stephen Curry for the game-winning 21-footer he made Tuesday night which enabled the Golden State Warriors to edge the Dallas Mavericks, 122-120 in overtime at American Airlines Center. "It is not the first...
Oakland Tribune Apr 1, 2014

Stephen Curry's shot lifts Warriors by Mavericks in overtime

Stephen Curry hit the game-winning shot with one-tenth of a second on the clock in overtime as the Golden State Warriors won 122-120 at Dallas

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