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Golden State Of Mind 10 hours ago
Warriors vs. Wolves Preview: Run it back

Warriors vs. Wolves Preview: Run it back

Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via The Dubs won on Monday, and they should win again tonight. The Golden State Warriors are about to finish off their third baseball series of the season, and there’s good news: they’ve made the adjustments and won the second game in the previous two. Both of those contests — against the Portland Trail Blazers and Los Angeles Clippers — came after dropping the first game of the series. But this time the Dubs are going for the sweep against a lackluster Minnesota Timberwolves team. The deets Who: Golden State Warriors (9-8) vs....
Golden State Of Mind 18 hours ago
Warriors and Pelicans have reportedly discussed a trade involving Kelly Oubre Jr.

Warriors and Pelicans have reportedly discussed a trade involving Kelly Oubre Jr.

Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via The Athletic’s Shams Charania says the talks haven’t gained much traction as of now. The Golden State Warriors were at the center of the rumor mill during the NBA’s offseason, and now they have been linked to another potential trade. Shams Charania of The Athletic says the Dubs and New Orleans Pelicans discussed a trade involving Kelly Oubre Jr. “The Warriors and Pelicans discussed a potential deal involving Kelly Oubre Jr., sources said. There isn’t traction as of yet. Like many conversations around this time, it is a...
SFGate 18 hours ago

Kelly Oubre Jr. for Lonzo Ball or JJ Redick? Why Warriors-Pelicans trade rumors aren't so crazy

Lonzo Ball might actually fit in nicely with the Dubs.
Golden State Of Mind 21 hours ago
Was it the right time for Warriors to change the starting lineup?

Was it the right time for Warriors to change the starting lineup?

Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Golden State tinkered with their starting five, but should they have? By now you know the main story of the Golden State Warriors 130-109 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night. Steve Kerr made his first change to the starting lineup since Draymond Green returned, swapping out rookie center James Wiseman for veteran Kevon Looney. It worked quite well, with the Dubs jumping out to a quick 19-4 start before you’d even popped the top on your first game day brew. That shouldn’t have been a surprise. Prior to the game,...
SFGate 23 hours ago

Warriors-Timberwolves: Steph Curry spit take will be a meme until the end of time

You're going to see this in GIF form in lots of Twitter threads and comments sections.
Golden State Of Mind Jan 26, 2021
Back to the future: Warriors vs. Wolves keys revisited

Back to the future: Warriors vs. Wolves keys revisited

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports How did Golden State do with their keys to victory against Minnesota? The Golden State Warriors picked up a much-needed win against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night, but if we’re being honest, it wasn’t that impressive. The Dubs didn’t look particularly sharp or dynamic, and struggled to pull away from a Wolves team that was missing both Karl-Anthony Towns and D’Angelo Russell. As such, Steve Kerr didn’t seem overly pleased with his team’s performance. Steve Kerr says he doesn't feel like the Warriors played well,...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 26, 2021
Curry, Wiggins lead Warriors to win over Timberwolves

Curry, Wiggins lead Warriors to win over Timberwolves

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports Wiggins had a strong outing against his former team. After disappointing back-to-back losses, the Golden State Warriors rode a hot start to a 130-108 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves. Stephen Curry led the Dubs with 36 points, while Andrew Wiggins chipped in with 23 in his first game against his former team. Head coach Steve Kerr changed the starting lineup, inserting Kevon Looney at center in favor of rookie James Wiseman. The move paid immediate dividends. Golden State took control of the game from the opening tip and never...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 25, 2021
Warriors vs. Timberwolves: Game thread

Warriors vs. Timberwolves: Game thread

Photo by Alex Goodlett/ The Dubs can get back in the win column against a shorthanded Minnesota squad. The Golden State Warriors will try and end their two-game skid when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves. After playing one of their most complete games of the season against the San Antonio Spurs, the Dubs struggled in their losses to the New York Knicks and Utah Jazz. Golden State was beaten easily by Utah on Sunday as the defense continues to struggle with consistency. Head coach Steve Kerr said the coaching staff is assessing everything after the back-to-back...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 25, 2021
D’Angelo Russell is out vs. the Warriors

D’Angelo Russell is out vs. the Warriors

Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via The reunion will have to wait until ... Wednesday. The reunion will have to wait, albeit maybe just a few days. Former Golden State Warriors point guard D’Angelo Russell will not play tonight when the Minnesota Timberwolves visit Chase Center. D'Angelo Russell is out tonight, per Saunders— Jon Krawczynski (@JonKrawczynski) January 26, 2021 Russell is sitting due to a quad contusion that he suffered two games ago (he also sat during the Wolves last game, though that was listed as being “rest”), which apparently has...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 25, 2021
Kevon Looney to replace James Wiseman in the starting lineup

Kevon Looney to replace James Wiseman in the starting lineup

Photo by Adam Pantozzi/NBAE via We’ve got a new set of starters. After much speculation, the Golden State Warriors have finally made a change to the starting lineup. No, it’s not the Damion Lee for Kelly Oubre Jr. swap that many fans have been clamoring for, but instead a change at the center position. Rookie James Wiseman — who started the first 16 games of the season, despite missing the bulk of training camp due to the coronavirus — will head to the bench, with respected veteran Kevon Looney replacing him. Kerr announced the news prior to Monday’s game...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 25, 2021
Warriors vs. Wolves Preview: Stop the bleeding

Warriors vs. Wolves Preview: Stop the bleeding

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports A win, please. It’s hard to believe that a few days ago the Golden State Warriors beat the defending champion Los Angeles Lakers, and then blew out the San Antonio Spurs. Since then they’ve looked truly awful, suffering back-to-back embarrassing losses, first to the New York Knicks, and then to the Utah Jazz. Now they’re back at it, thankfully against some lesser competition. The deets Who: Golden State Warriors (8-8) vs. Minnesota Timberwolves (4-11) When: 7:00 p.m. PT Where: Chase Center, San Francisco, California TV: NBA TV and NBC...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 24, 2021
Back to the future: Warriors vs. Jazz keys revisited

Back to the future: Warriors vs. Jazz keys revisited

Photo by Alex Goodlett/ How did Golden State do with their keys to victory against Utah? Well, that was ugly. So let’s skip the formalities and jump straight into the Golden State Warriors getting their nose broken by the Utah Jazz. Keep Mitchell inefficient The key: Hold Donovan Mitchell to a poor or average efficiency night. The outcome: Mitchell shot 9-for-18 from the field, finishing the night with 23 points. That’s a true-shooting percentage of 59.5%, which is comfortably above league average, and comfortably above Mitchell’s season average. The Warriors...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 24, 2021
Steph Curry passes Reggie Miller for second-most 3-pointers made in NBA history

Steph Curry passes Reggie Miller for second-most 3-pointers made in NBA history

Russell Isabella-USA TODAY Sports Only Ray Allen remains above Steph on the career 3s list The best shooter in NBA history took another big step up the record books on Saturday. Steph Curry made five three-pointers in the Golden State Warriors’ loss to the Utah Jazz, raising his career total to 2,562 and passing Reggie Miller for second on the NBA career list. Only Ray Allen made more shots from deep than Steph has so far. Ray Allen, 2,973 Steph Curry, 2,562 (still active) Reggie Miller, 2,560 Kyle Korver, 2,450 James Harden, 2,362 (still active) Curry...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 23, 2021
Warriors get humiliated by a basketball team that is much better than they are

Warriors get humiliated by a basketball team that is much better than they are

Photo by Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via Do I need to say more? If you looked at the lead up to the Golden State Warriors game against the Utah Jazz, it didn’t look like a particularly fair fight. The Warriors were coming off an ugly, ugly loss, getting shellacked by a not-good New York Knicks team by 15 points at home. The Jazz, on the other hand, were winners of seven straight, having avoided the sour stench of the loss column since Jan. 6. And ... yeah, it played out exactly as that would lead you to believe. Steve Kerr called a timeout just two minutes into the game,...
Golden State Of Mind Jan 23, 2021
Warriors vs. Jazz: Game thread

Warriors vs. Jazz: Game thread

Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ Can the Dubs bounce back against the hottest team in the NBA? Well, this isn’t exactly the situation the Golden State Warriors hoped to find themselves in. They’re coming off a very ugly loss to the New York Knicks, and what do they get as a chance to rebound? A road game against the Utah Jazz, winners of seven straight (funnily enough, the last time the Jazz lost was to the Knicks). All eyes are on the Warriors starting unit, which has looked pretty awful, and has been incapable of scoring. They’re going up against one of the top...

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