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Oakland Tribune 10 hours ago

Warriors Draymond Green might miss Clippers game

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green might miss Tuesday night's game against the Los Angeles Clippers because of shin inflammation.
San Francisco Chronicle 11 hours ago

Warriors and Clippers keep chipping away

Warriors and Clippers keep chipping away LOS ANGELES - In a lot of ways, the meetings between the Warriors and Clippers have devolved into something closer to a WWE-like shouting match than a basketball rivalry. The games still generally include good play between the game’s two best point guards...
Inside the Warriors | Oakland Tribune 15 hours ago

Warriors’ Draymond Green no longer selling ‘Cool Story, Glenn’ shirts, responds to Doc Rivers’ son calling him ‘lame’

LOS ANGELES – Draymond Green reiterated Monday that he has the “utmost respect” for Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers despite their reason war of words. To do so, Green said he removed the “Cool Story, Glenn” clothing for sale… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Draymond Green no...
Los Angeles Times 11 hours ago

Clippers' meeting with archrival Warriors could serve as a referendum

The Golden State Warriors beat the Clippers to Los Angeles by more than a day before their Tuesday showdown, a quirk of the NBA schedule.

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ESPN jumps on the Warriors’ bandwagon

With the Warriors rolling down the stretch, The Chronicle is offering an added layer of coverage, taking readers behind the scenes. ESPN is jumping on the Warriors’ bandwagon, planning to debut two special features on the NBA’s best team this week. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and head coach Steve Kerr are among the Warriors players and staff interviewed in the 30-minute program. The story, written by Dave Fleming, gives an account of Curry and his father, Dell, who learned to shoot on a rickety, rusty hoop nailed to a light post.
San Francisco Chronicle 11 hours ago

Warriors ticket resale rules prompt lawsuit

In a suit filed Sunday in federal court in San Francisco, StubHub claims the Warriors and Ticketmaster are violating federal and state antitrust laws by coercing season-ticket holders to resell their tickets only through Ticketmaster. “It is a looming threat for all sports fans,” the suit said, predicting similar restrictions on ticket resales for other teams, resulting in higher fees and fewer services. The lawsuit focused on the company’s arrangement with the team to limit resales of tickets by fans who couldn’t attend a game, or by brokers who had obtained the tickets, starting...
San Jose Mercury News 13 hours ago

Kawakami: Stephen Curry is the MVP, period.

No disrespect to LeBron, James Harden, Russell Westbrook or any others, but Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors tops them all, and here's why.

ESPN is going all-in on the Warriors

ESPN is jumping on the Warriors’ bandwagon, planning to debut two special features on the NBA’s best team this week. The first is “Face to Face with Hannah Storm: Golden State Warriors,” which will air at 4:30 p.m. (Pacific) on Wednesday. In the 30-minute special, Storm gives fans a look at what has made the Warriors the team to beat out of the Western Conference. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and head coach Steve Kerr are among the personalities who open up in candid interviews. This is the first time “Face to Face with Hannah...
San Jose Mercury News 17 hours ago

StubHub files lawsuit against Golden State Warrriors, Ticketmaster

StubHub is suing Ticketmaster and the Golden State Warriors, alleging it unfairly required fans looking to resell tickets to use Ticketmaster's resale exchange

Rockets prevent Wizards from clinching playoffs

Corey Brewer scored 15 for Houston, including pairing with Pablo Prigioni for consecutive three-pointers that pushed the lead back up to 85-75 with 8 minutes left after Washington had pulled within four. Houston’s Dwight Howard had 11 points and 10 rebounds in 19 minutes in his third game back from a right knee injury. LeBron James scored 20 points, Kyrie Irving added 17 and Cleveland hung on for its 16th straight home win despite being held scoreless in the final 4:04. ... Anthony Davis had 28 points and nine rebounds as host New Orleans won its second straight while pulling two games...

NBA vagabond Livingston overcomes odds to help fuel Warriors

NBA vagabond Livingston overcomes odds to help fuel Warriors MILWAUKEE — Shaun Livingston slowly lowers himself down the steps of the team bus and is almost immediately greeted by familiar faces that begin offering hugs and tributes as he walks toward the Warriors’ locker room. Something similar usually occurs when he enters an arena in one of the nine cities on his NBA career path. No matter how long Livingston has been with a franchise during his 11-season career, he’s always made a lasting impact by offering a congenial personality, a respectful makeup and an inspirational story...
San Jose Mercury News Mar 29, 2015

Chris Mullin offered coaching job at St. John's

Former Warriors great Chris Mullin is considering an offer to become coach at St. John's, his alma mater
Oakland Tribune Mar 29, 2015

Steve Kerr's goal to keep Warriors rested, healthy

Having clinched the Western Conference's top seed, Warriors coach Steve Kerr is focusing on keeping his players healthy as they head tooward the postseason

Huge rally lifts Jazz over Thunder

Trey Burke scored 22 points off the bench to lead the Utah Jazz to a 94-89 victory over the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night. The Jazz needed extra offense with Derrick Favors sidelined with back spasms, and Burke provided it. LaMarcus Aldridge had 32 points and 11 rebounds, and host Portland won its third straight and extended its Northwest Division lead to 6½ games over second-place Oklahoma City. Nikola Mirotic scored 24 points, Pau Gasol added 19 points and 12 rebounds, and host Chicago handed New York its franchise-record 60th loss. Former Warrior Kent Bazemore...

Warriors’ Steve Kerr won’t toot his own horn, but David Lee takes care of that

MILWAUKEE — Rookie Warriors coach Steve Kerr, asked how much of the credit for the team’s success should go to him, smile and said, “How do I answer that?” It’s not so much him, he’s said all season. It’s the… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Steve Kerr won’t toot his own horn, but David Lee takes care of that appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
San Jose Mercury News Mar 28, 2015

Warriors earn top seed in West with rout

Warriors' 60th win sets franchise record for wins in a season

Live box score, tweets: Bucks vs. Warriors

The Milwaukee Bucks (36-36) host the Golden State Warriors (59-13) tonight at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. You can follow our live box score as well as tweets from Bucks beat writer Charles F. Gardner.

Andrew Bogut happy to play his part for Warriors

Andrew Bogut was a No. 1 overall pick for the Milwaukee Bucks in 2005, but injuries derailed him in Milwaukee before he was traded to the Golden State Warriors three years ago.

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