4:15 PM EDT, Sun April 22, 2018
The Mercury News 40 mins ago

Steve Kerr: Stephen Curry ‘is not going to play anytime soon’

Warriors coach Steve Kerr added the Warriors don't have a timetable on Curry's return.
Golden State Of Mind 1 hour ago
Gamethread: Warriors at Spurs - let’s sweep up this mess and move on

Gamethread: Warriors at Spurs - let’s sweep up this mess and move on

With the Pelicans waiting in the wings, Golden State needs to finish business against the Spurs. Sundays are good days for housecleaning. You do some laundry, pick up the living room, and sweep the front steps. The Golden State Warriors hold a 3-0 lead over the vaunted San Antonio Spurs, so just need one win today to sweep through their first round opponent yet again. Oh — what’s that? You didn’t know? Yeah, the thing is, sweeping through the first round is kind of the Warriors thing since Steve Kerr took over as head coach. In Steve Kerr era, the results in Round 1 of the...
SFGate 1 hour ago

Steve Kerr says Stephen Curry won’t play ‘anytime soon’

SAN ANTONIO — Two days after the Warriors announced that Stephen Curry would miss another week with a sprained left MCL, head coach Steve Kerr wasn’t ready to put a timetable on Curry’s return to the court. "Steph’s not going to play anytime soon," Kerr said before Game 4 on Sunday against the Spurs. "He’s coming along well. He looked good in practice. I talked to him this morning. He’s feeling healthy, getting better. He still has a few limitations that he’s trying to work through, but no pain. I think he’s on track. I can’t put a timetable on it, but I...
ClutchPoints 1 hour ago
Warriors news: Steve Kerr says Stephen Curry ‘not going to play anytime soon’

Warriors news: Steve Kerr says Stephen Curry ‘not going to play anytime soon’

According to Mark Medina of The Mercury News, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr says Stephen Curry is ‘not going to play anytime soon’: Steve Kerr on Stephen Curry: "Not going to play anytime soon." Kerr said he is on track, but doesn't have a timetable on his return — Mark Medina (@MarkG_Medina) April […] The post Warriors news: Steve Kerr says Stephen Curry ‘not going to play anytime soon’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Mercury News 3 hours ago

Warriors’ Shaun Livingston to play in Game 4 vs. Spurs

Want Warriors news in your inbox? Sign up for the free DubsDaily newsletter. SAN ANTONIO — The Warriors cleared reserve guard Shaun Livingston to play in Game 4 on Sunday of their first-round series against the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday after nursing a sprained left ankle toward the end of Game 3. Livingston rolled […]
The Mercury News 3 hours ago

Live playoff updates: Warriors vs. Spurs, Game 4 Sunday

Follow our live feed on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. for in-game analysis as the Warriors face San Antonio in Game 4 of their first-round series against the Spurs.
SFGate 3 hours ago

Warriors game day: Can Golden State finish off sweep of Spurs?

Warriors vs. Spurs, Game 4 of First Round Time: 12:30 p.m. PT Where: AT&T Center, San Antonio Coaches: Steve Kerr, 4th season with Warriors (265-63 with Warriors and overall); Ettore Messina (interim), 1st season with Spurs (0-0 with Spurs and overall) On air: TV on ABC; Radio on 95.7 The Game Records: Warriors (3-0 in series); Spurs (0-3) Projected starters: ...
Golden State Of Mind 5 hours ago
How and where to watch Warriors vs. Spurs Game 4

How and where to watch Warriors vs. Spurs Game 4

The Warriors will face the Spurs today at 12:30 p.m. PST with a chance to win the series in a sweep. The Golden State Warriors will be facing the San Antonio Spurs in the first round of the 2018 NBA Playoffs today at 12 p.m. PST. Here’s the basic information you need: What: Round 1, Game 4 — San Antonio Spurs (0-3) vs. Golden State Warriors (3-0) Day: Sunday, April 12, 2018 Time: 12:30 p.m. PST Where: AT&T Center — San Antonio, TX TV: ABC Livestream: WatchESPN Radio: 95.7 The Game, Warriors Mobile App and Warriors Radio Network What this game means for second round scheduling With...
The Mercury News 10 hours ago

Warriors Today: Can Golden State finish off the Spurs?

With a victory in Game 4 on Sunday, the Golden State Warriors would complete the sweep of the San Antonio Spurs and set up the Western Conference semifinals against the New Orleans Pelicans.
Golden State Of Mind 13 hours ago
Preview: Warriors airlifting brooms to San Antonio for Game 4 contest

Preview: Warriors airlifting brooms to San Antonio for Game 4 contest

The defending champions are on the precipice of a fourth straight sweep of a Western Conference opponent. With the Pelicans waiting in Round 2, the Warriors look to finish off Spurs quickly. This preview is presented to you as a joint venture between the Golden State of Mind blog and the good folks at the NBA: National Brooms Association. Game Details WHO: Warriors vs. Spurs WHAT: Round 1, Game 4 — Warriors up 3-0 in series WHEN: Sunday, April 22; 12:30 p.m PST WHERE: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas WATCH: ABC LISTEN: 95.7 The Game Blog Buddy: Pounding the Rock Injury Report Injury...
Golden State Of Mind 18 hours ago
The Warriors turned on the switch. What changed?

The Warriors turned on the switch. What changed?

The Warriors looked dreadful at the end of the regular season. How did they turn things around so fast? The Warriors dealt with a bunch of injuries near the end of the regular season, and never had the depth or effort one would expect from a playoff contender. I wondered whether the Warriors would be able to “turn on the switch” in the playoffs despite missing MVP Stephen Curry and not trying their best on the defensive end in months. Well, they turned on the switch. Even though the San Antonio Spurs are lacking star talent, the Warriors have won the first three games of the series by...
Golden State Of Mind 18 hours ago
Watch: Anthony Davis, Alvin Gentry discuss potential series against Warriors

Watch: Anthony Davis, Alvin Gentry discuss potential series against Warriors

After surprisingly sweeping the Blazers in the first round, Anthony Davis and Alvin Gentry fielded questions about a potential second round matchup against the Warriors. After the New Orleans Pelicans unceremoniously swept the Portland Trail Blazers from the 2018 NBA Playoffs, attention turned almost immediately to a looming matchup with the Golden State Warriors in the second round. The last postseason meeting between the Pelicans and Warriors was back in the first round of the 2015 NBA Playoffs when Anthony Davis’ team was swept in his first trip to the playoffs. Based on his postgame...
Golden State Of Mind 20 hours ago
Pelicans sweep Blazers, await Warriors in second round

Pelicans sweep Blazers, await Warriors in second round

The Pelicans surprisingly swept the Blazers out of the playoffs in the first round and can now expect to see the Warriors in the second round. The sixth-seeded New Orleans Pelicans beat the third-seeded Portland Trail Blazers 131-123 today to complete a first round sweep and advance to the second round where they will like face the Golden State Warriors. After the Blazers got blasted in Game 3 in New Orleans, today’s game was considerably more competitive; the Blazers just couldn’t turn the corner and pull away. Yet in what many thought would be a competitive series, the Pelicans...
SFGate 20 hours ago

Warriors eye first-round sweep of Spurs

SAN ANTONIO — Warriors head coach Steve Kerr knows better than to give the Spurs bulletin-board material. So after practice Saturday, when a reporter mentioned that San Antonio — a near-annual championship contender for the past two decades — could look a bit different next season, Kerr took a moment before responding. "I want to be careful here with my answer," said Kerr, who considers his four seasons (1998-2001, 2002-03) as a reserve guard with the Spurs integral in his professional development. "It sounds like you’re asking me to write their obituary, which I’m...
FOX Sports 21 hours ago

Spurs need reversal of fortunes to beat Warriors

Nothing much has gone right for the San Antonio Spurs in the first three games -- all definitive losses -- to the Golden State Warriors in their Western Conference first-round playoff series.

Warriors Player News

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    Stephen Curry

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  • 3 Shaun Livingston

    Shaun Livingston

    Warriors’ Shaun Livingston to play in Game 4 vs. Spurs

  • 2 Kevin Durant

    Kevin Durant

    Warriors’ Kevin Durant cleared to play Game 4 vs. Spurs

  • 1 Andre Iguodala

    Andre Iguodala

    The Warriors turned on the switch. What changed?

  • 1 Patrick McCaw

    Patrick McCaw

    Game 4 Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Golden State Warriors

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