3:58 PM EDT, Tue March 11, 2014
Golden State Warriors Rumors & News
Golden State Of Mind 1 hour ago
Damn it feels good to be playing at home again. We're back at it with our third straight game hosted at the Roaracle. Our Dubs are set for a great match up tonight against our ol' pal Monta Ellis and the Dallas Mavericks. Golden State is gunning for their 5th straight win: Lets get it done Warriors! Dallas Mavericks (38-26) at Golden State Warriors (40-24) Tip-off: 7:30pm PT Where: Oracle Arena TV: NBA TV/CSN Bay Area Radio: KNBR 680 Blog Buddy: www.mavsmoneyball.com GSW Oscar Crashers: Stephen Curry & Coach Jackson! In it to Win it: (Keys to winning): Team effort: With Curry...
Straight Outta Vancouver 4 hours ago
Your daily update on the Grizzlies playoff hopes. Western Standings GP W-L PCT San Antonio Spurs 62 46-16 .742 Oklahoma City Thunder 63 46-17 .730 Houston Rockets 63 44-19 .698 Los Angeles Clippers 65 45-20 .692 Portland Trail Blazers 63 42-21 .667 Golden State Warriors 64 40-24 .625 Dallas...
Full-Court Press | Fort-Worth Star Telegram 17 hours ago
DALLAS -- Trying to teach young players how to be professional was a chore for Monta Ellis during his stay with the Golden State Warriors. Thus, when Ellis signed a three-year, $25 million free agent contract with the Dallas Mavericks...
San Jose Mercury News 19 hours ago
Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors shrugs off criticism of his turnovers, strives for consistency.
Full-Court Press | Fort-Worth Star Telegram Mar 10, 2014
DALLAS -- Dallas Mavericks foward Jae Crowder will have an MRI this afternoon and will not play in Tuesday's game in Oakland against the Golden State Warriors. However, coach Rick Carlisle said Crowder may be able to play Wednesday in...
Inside the Warriors | Oakland Tribune Mar 10, 2014
OAKLAND — The Warriors spent much of the first half trying to chase down Phoenix. Time and time again, they drew close before the Suns hit big shots to extend the lead. Goran Dragic and Gerald Green were lighting up… Continue Reading →
San Jose Mercury News Mar 9, 2014
The Golden State Warriors defeated the Phoenix Suns 113-107 behind 26 points from David Lee and 22 from Klay Thompson; Stephen Curry, playing through a quad strain, had 18 points and nine assists.
Arizona Republic Mar 9, 2014
The Suns were outscored by 21 points in the third quarter as they lost 113-107 to the Golden State Warriors on the road. More to come.
Stephen Curry stood by himself, near midcourt – clapping his hands in exaltation and screaming cheers of joyful bliss. If his quadriceps was hurting, he had totally forgotten about it as Phoenix called a timeout to try to stop the Warriors’ 16-0, third-quarter run. Curry played with a great fire, and David Lee and Klay Thompson picked up any needed scoring slack to claim an important 113-107 victory over surprising Phoenix on Sunday night at a sold out Oracle Arena. The Warriors (40-24) have won nine of 11 since the All-Star break, moving to 2 ½ games back of fifth-place Portland and...
Oakland Tribune Mar 9, 2014
Golden State coach Mark Jackson said before Sunday's game against Phoenix that Warriors star guard Stephen Curry will start but play limited minutes against the Suns, but that the right quad strain he suffered against the Boston Celtics is minor
Stephen Curry will start Sunday’s game against Phoenix, but his minutes may be limited because of a “minor strain in his right quadriceps,” according to head coach Mark Jackson. Curry left in the third quarter of Wednesday’s victory at Boston and didn’t return. But he played 30 minutes against Atlanta on Friday, putting up 13 points and seven assists. “Minutes will be limited – as far as he won’t play 48 minutes,” Jackson said. “But we will keep an eye on him. He’ll play, get treatment and get rest, and we’ll play it by ear from game to game. “There’s nothing that...
San Jose Mercury News Mar 8, 2014
Golden State Warriors Steve Blake and Andrew Bogut focused solely on Sunday's clash with Phoenix Suns, not on following game with Dallas Mavericks or the NBA Western Conference standings; Klay Thompson practiced Saturday and looks ready to play vs. Suns
Inside the Warriors | Oakland Tribune Mar 8, 2014
Klay Thompson gave everybody in Warrior land a scare when he landed hard on his back, then hit his head and eventually left the court in seemingly considerable pain. The sigh of relief came after the game when coach Mark… Continue Reading →
San Jose Mercury News Mar 8, 2014
The Golden State Warriors beat the Atlanta Hawks 111-97, but of bigger concern to the Warriors is the health of shooting guard Klay Thompson, who left the game with a lower back strain.
The Warriors did what they said they would upon returning home. They ran Atlanta out of Oracle Arena on Friday night, never trailing by more than two points and leading as many as 20 in a 111-97 victory that pushed them two games ahead of seventh-place Phoenix. While it would have been easy to focus on the Warriors’ validation of a 4-2 East Coast road swing, their focus on scorng in paint and on the fastbreak or another solid defensive effort, the crowd seemed focused on their bench. That’s where starting shooting guard Klay Thompson sat for the entire second half after leaving in the...
Oakland Tribune Mar 7, 2014
Beginning Friday when the Atlanta Hawks visit Oracle Arena, the Golden State Warriors will play nine of their next 11 games at home and 13 of their final 20 games of the NBA season there, but they're mindful that they've had some slip-ups at home.
Warriors Player News
- Tue 3/11 vs Mavericks 10:30 pm ET
Center of the Sun: The Phoenix Suns are a lottery team for the first time this season in the standings
Game Links #63: Golden State Warriors 111 vs Atlanta Hawks 97 - Warriors eventually blow out the Hawks, but Klay lower back strain
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