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SFGate Apr 19, 2018

Zaza Pachulia asks his kids to name their favorite Warriors player, none say their dad

Zaza Pachulia's three children love their dad, but they're clear on who the coolest members of the Golden State Warriors are.
SFGate Apr 18, 2018

Warriors’ Zaza Pachulia keeps benching in perspective

SAN ANTONIO — Zaza Pachulia started the first 118 games he played with the Warriors. Now, as Golden State prepares for Game 3 of the first round Thursday night against the Spurs, Pachulia is left to wonder: Will he play at all in this series? With JaVale McGee excelling as the Warriors’ starting center in the team’s Games 1 and 2 wins, Pachulia has yet to get off the bench in the playoffs. That could change Thursday. With McGee listed as questionable with a left quad contusion, Pachulia would probably play meaningful minutes if McGee is ruled out for Game 3. ...
ClutchPoints Apr 17, 2018
Zaza Pachulia not taking playoff benching personal: ‘It’s all about the team’

Zaza Pachulia not taking playoff benching personal: ‘It’s all about the team’

Zaza Pachulia is yet to play a minute of postseason action this season, benched in favor of the lankier, more athletic JaVale McGee, as head coach Steve Kerr has opted to trot out a faster-paced lineup. Yet the veteran center, who has held the starting center spot for most of the season, isn’t fretting about […] The post Zaza Pachulia not taking playoff benching personal: ‘It’s all about the team’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Mercury News Apr 17, 2018

Warriors’ center Zaza Pachulia on not playing in the postseason: “It’s all about the team”

Georgian center remains upbeat despite not playing in the postseason.
ClutchPoints Apr 10, 2018
5 current players who are dirtier than Zaza Pachulia

5 current players who are dirtier than Zaza Pachulia

The general perception today is that the NBA has become soft. The league was once ruled by grown men who viewed landing a forearm shiver to another player’s chest in the open court on the same level as scoring a basket. The league then was oozing with machismo, resulting in a style of game that […] The post 5 current players who are dirtier than Zaza Pachulia appeared first on ClutchPoints.
SFGate Apr 7, 2018

Warriors’ Kevon Looney to start at center vs. Pelicans

Kevon Looney will start for the Warriors at center Saturday evening against the Pelicans. It marks his second time starting at the five spot, with his first coming April 1 against Phoenix. Golden State head coach Steve Kerr decided to start Looney at center because New Orleans is going small. A versatile big man adept at defending guards off screens, Looney is better-suited to keep up with the Pelicans’ up-tempo lineup than Zaza Pachulia or even JaVale McGee. That Kerr switched up his center rotation yet again Saturday unscored that he is committed to...
ClutchPoints Apr 3, 2018
Report: Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Kevon Looney out vs. Thunder

Report: Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Kevon Looney out vs. Thunder

The Golden State Warriors will be without some of their key cogs off the bench tonight, as Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Kevon Looney, and Omri Casspi have been ruled out against the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to Anthony Slater of The Athletic. Zaza Pachulia is expected to start at center tonight to match up against […] The post Report: Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Kevon Looney out vs. Thunder appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Apr 3, 2018
Zaza Pachulia reacts to troll comment on his IG post

Zaza Pachulia reacts to troll comment on his IG post

Whether you believe that Golden State Warriors Zaza Pachulia is just a clumsy five-year-old trapped inside the body of a 6-foot-11 adult who sometimes loses control of his limbs or that he is a man intent on crippling people on the hard court, you will probably find it hard not to chuckle (at least) at […] The post Zaza Pachulia reacts to troll comment on his IG post appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Apr 2, 2018
Steve Kerr explains surprise decision to start Kevon Looney

Steve Kerr explains surprise decision to start Kevon Looney

In their game against the Phoenix Suns, Kevon Looney suited up as a starter for the Golden State Warriors. It was definitely as a surprise, as head coach Steve Kerr has always turned to Zaza Pachulia or JaVale McGee for the starting center spot. But Kerr offered a valid explanation. As reported by Anthony Slater […] The post Steve Kerr explains surprise decision to start Kevon Looney appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Apr 1, 2018
Video: Zaza Pachulia consoles Vince Carter after unintentionally injuring Patrick McCaw

Video: Zaza Pachulia consoles Vince Carter after unintentionally injuring Patrick McCaw

One of the scarier injuries of the NBA season took place on Saturday night during the game between the Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings. Vince Carter undercuts Patrick McCaw who hits the floor hard, Steve Kerr is upset at Vince, Vince is distraught pic.twitter.com/7GQE6kHSqo — CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 1, 2018 Near the […] The post Video: Zaza Pachulia consoles Vince Carter after unintentionally injuring Patrick McCaw appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Golden State Of Mind Mar 28, 2018
Recap: Pacers beat Warriors 92-81 in surprisingly close game

Recap: Pacers beat Warriors 92-81 in surprisingly close game

Despite strong performances from Kevon Looney and Jordan Bell, Golden State couldn’t hang with Indiana. For the first time since losing their All-Stars, the Golden State Warriors looked like a quality NBA team. Well, for a while, at least. They trotted out a starting lineup befitting a team headed for the lottery - Quinn Cook, Nick Young, Patrick McCaw, Jordan Bell, and Zaza Pachulia - but for much of the game they outplayed a very good Indiana Pacers squad. Their offense wasted no time getting started, and quickly found a rhythm that they hadn’t shown in weeks (with the exception of a...
Golden State Of Mind Mar 24, 2018
Steph Curry leaves Friday’s game with a new injury

Steph Curry leaves Friday’s game with a new injury

After finally returning from a right ankle injury, Steph Curry injured his left leg. The Golden State Warriors game on Friday night started off with great excitement, as Stephen Curry finally returned from a right ankle injury. It came to a screeching halt in the third quarter, when Curry left the game with yet another injury. For better or for worse, Curry hurt his left leg this time. It happened when JaVale McGee, while contesting a shot, fell into Curry’s leg. It was very similar to when Zaza Pachulia injured Kevin Durant last year. Steph exits the game after JaVale lands on his...

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