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FOX Sports Jan 11, 2017
Three stars from Warriors' win over Heat

Three stars from Warriors' win over Heat

The Golden State Warriors needed plenty of players to step up in a tough win over the Miami Heat.Back at home for the first time since they collapsed against the Memphis Grizzlies on national television, the Golden State Warriors had to fight for another win. Against the Miami Heat on Tuesday nigh...
FOX Sports Jan 11, 2017
Hassan Whiteside's dominating paint presence wasn't enough to beat the Warriors

Hassan Whiteside's dominating paint presence wasn't enough to beat the Warriors

 Not even a dominant performance from Hassan Whiteside could get the Miami Heat over the line against the Golden State Warriors.Welcome to the Hot Hand, where after every Miami Heat game win or loss we recognize the player who best put his stamp on the game.The Miami Heat gave thems...

Hassan Whiteside: All-Star vote about more than team record

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside isn't getting his hopes up when it comes to fan balloting for the Feb. 19 All-Star Game in New Orleans, even as he puts up All-Star numbers, including his 28 points and 20 rebounds Tuesday against the Golden State Warriors. After standing ninth among Eastern Conference...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 11, 2017
Explain One Play: Curry Screens for Durant, Green Doesn’t Chew Anyone Out

Explain One Play: Curry Screens for Durant, Green Doesn’t Chew Anyone Out

This is the play for which Draymond chewed out Durant. Video of the Grizzlies game and the Heat game on Jan 11, 2017. That Fascinating Grizzlies Play So a lot of people had their say about that fascinating sequence at the end of the Grizzlies regulation which ended with Draymond Green lividly chewing out Kevin Durant. If the team grows from the event, it will be one of the most important plays of the year. The whole clip is really interesting, so let’s check it out. The play begins with Stephen Curry with the offense breaking down and the shot clock low. Durant comes over but doesn’t...
FOX Sports Jan 11, 2017
Golden State Warriors outlast Heat at home

Golden State Warriors outlast Heat at home

The Golden State Warriors, behind Kevin Durant's 28 points and Steph Curry's near triple-double, outlasted the Heat to improve to 33-6.The Golden State Warriors are still a work in progress. They're figuring out how to play with their star-studded Core Four so it becomes a bit of a ...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 11, 2017
Recap: The Warriors put away the Heat

Recap: The Warriors put away the Heat

The Warriors couldn’t defend the paint and hit their threes, but like many games this season, they found a way to win in the second half. At times this season, the Warriors are a little boring. They’re winning, but they’re not relying on the theatrics or fireworks in seasons past. Against many of their lesser opponents, the Dubs seem to coast before finally turning up the heat in seemingly perfunctory wins. Against the Miami Heat today, the Warriors suffered from lethargy from the start. Without Klay Thompson, who had the game off due to rest, the Warriors struggled to hit threes...
FOX Sports Jan 11, 2017
Curry, Durant lead Warriors past Heat 107-95

Curry, Durant lead Warriors past Heat 107-95

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Stephen Curry had 24 points, nine assists and eight rebounds, Kevin Durant added 28 points and the Golden State Warriors picked it up late to beat the Miami Heat 107-95 on Tuesday night in another victory while hardly at their best.
FOX Sports Jan 11, 2017
Heat put up close fight, come up short against NBA-best Warriors

Heat put up close fight, come up short against NBA-best Warriors

The Miami Heat can't quite catch the Warriors on the road.
FOX Sports Jan 11, 2017
Hassan Whiteside says Heat struggled to contain Warriors in transition

Hassan Whiteside says Heat struggled to contain Warriors in transition

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside talks about the loss to the Warriors and how the team struggled to contain Golden State's transition game.
Hot Hot Hoops Jan 11, 2017
RECAP: Heat stay competitive, but fall to Warriors 107-95

RECAP: Heat stay competitive, but fall to Warriors 107-95

The Miami Heat led at halftime, but failed to keep pace with the Warriors for the whole game. You had the fear that this could be a really big blowout as the Heat faced the league-best Golden State Warriors. But that wasn’t the case at all. In fact, the Miami Heat came out strong from the very beginning and gave the Warriors a tough matchup for most of the night. Behind another really solid performance from Hassan Whiteside (28 points, 19 rebounds), the Heat took a one point lead over the Warriors at halftime. Miami was able to contain the Warriors from exploding offensively, keeping them...

Winderman's view: Warriors 107, Heat 95

Observations from Tuesday's 107-95 loss to the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena: -- Yes, the Warriors didn't have Klay Thompson. But this still was the type of fight you wanted to see, needed to see from the Heat. -- Hassan Whiteside was active, aggressive, efficient. as good as he's looked...
CSN Bay Area Jan 11, 2017

Warriors come alive in second half to fend off Heat

It wasn't pretty, but after a slow start the Warriors did enough in the second half to take down the Heat Tuesday at Oracle Arena.

Whiteside's 28-20 not enough as Heat fall 107-95 to Warriors

There was a time when putting a scare into a contender was an irrelevant moment for the Miami Heat. This is not that time. That made Tuesday night's 107-95 loss to the Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena an opportunity to celebrate at least one element of this roster. No, the Heat are not anywhere...

Photos: Warriors 107, Heat 95

Whiteside's 28 points, 20 rebounds not enough for Heat against Warriors.
Hot Hot Hoops Jan 11, 2017
James Johnson posterizes Stephen Curry with monster dunk vs Warriors

James Johnson posterizes Stephen Curry with monster dunk vs Warriors

Curry almost erased from existence at the end of the first quarter. The Miami Heat and Golden State Warriors may occupy opposite ends in the NBA standings, but tell that to James Johnson, who closed the first quarter of Tuesday’s game by absolutely demolishing Stephen Curry with this monster dunk. We unanimously vote this as tonight's No. 1 Top Play @SportsCenter. #SCTop10 pic.twitter.com/Gm5E3pMNsL— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) January 11, 2017 Another look. pic.twitter.com/Yp7z0pM8fs— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) January 11, 2017 Maybe Curry didn’t think Johnson would make it to...
CSN Bay Area Jan 10, 2017

McCaw gets the call with Klay out vs Heat: 'Lot of confidence in him'

OAKLAND -- Rookie Pat McCaw will make his first career start Tuesday night, when the Warriors face the Miami Heat at Oracle Arena, coach Steve

Heat Game Day: Miami Heat at Golden State Warriors

A look at the starting lineups and inactives, as well as referees and a pregame note of note for Tuesday's 10:30 p.m. game between the Heat and Warriors at Oracle Arena (TV: Fox Sports Sun. Radio, NBA TV: 790-AM, 106.3-FM, 710-AM.) Starting lineups MIAMI HEAT (11-28) Center: Hassan Whiteside Power...

Warriors’ Patrick McCaw to start vs. Heat

Warriors rookie Patrick McCaw will make his first career start Tuesday night, filling in for Klay Thompson (rest) against the Heat. Starting McCaw, 21, allows head coach Steve Kerr to keep his second unit intact. A second-round pick from UNLV, McCaw’s playing time has fallen off significantly in recent weeks as Ian Clark has beaten him out for the backup shooting guard spot. McCaw was sent down to the NBA Development League for a one-game stint two weeks ago to get more experience. A master at spacing the floor, he leads the league with 10.4 points per game off catch-and-shoot...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 10, 2017
Warriors vs. Heat GameThread: Thompson out, McCaw to start

Warriors vs. Heat GameThread: Thompson out, McCaw to start

Golden State will be without all-star shooting guard Klay Thompson tonight vs. Miami Klay Thompson will not play tonight vs the Heat (rest) #Warriors #NBAVote— Golden State of Mind (@unstoppablebaby) January 11, 2017 Kerr says Pat McCaw will start in place of Klay Thompson tonight vs #Heat #Warriors— Golden State of Mind (@unstoppablebaby) January 11, 2017 With Thompson out tonight, only three guys have played in every game this season: Steph Curry, Kevin Durant and 36-yr-old David West.— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) January 10, 2017 Steph Curry on the difficulty...

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