6:24 AM EDT, Fri May 27, 2016
Oakland Tribune 4 hours ago

Watch: Warriors stave off elimination, beat Thunder in Game 5

The Warriors looked more like themselves Thursday night, getting big contributions from center Andrew Bogut and their reserves on their way to a series-saving 120-111 victory over Oklahoma City in Game 5 at Oracle Arena.
Oakland Tribune 4 hours ago

Marreese Speights gives Warriors instant offense

Golden State Warriors reserve big man Marreese Speights scores 14 points in only 81/2 minutes in the Game 5 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
San Jose Mercury News 4 hours ago

Stephen Curry's defense doesn't impress Westbrook and Durant

Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook laughs at the idea that the Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry is an underrated defender.
San Francisco Chronicle 4 hours ago

Durant and Westbrook had big games, but Thunder came up short

If the Oklahoma City point guard wore outfits twice, he could repeat the backward baseball cap and short-sleeved leather shirt look, because there will be a Game 6 in the Western Conference finals after the Thunder failed to put away the Warriors. The Thunder have a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series...
San Jose Mercury News 4 hours ago

Kevin Durant wants another shot

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant wishes he could have back that missed 3-pointer with 35 seconds left that could have cut the Golden State Warriors' lead to three points.
Oakland Tribune 15 hours ago

Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson are All-NBA

Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson are selected to All-NBA teams.
Rusty Simmons / San Francisco Chronicle 14 hours ago

Warriors’ Curry, Green, Thompson nab All-NBA honors

Stephen Curry was a unanimous selection to the All-NBA First Team announced Thursday, and Draymond Green (second team) and Klay Thompson (third team) were also honored. Curry is the first Warrior to be named to three straight All-NBA teams since Chris Mullin did it four consecutive seasons (1989-92)...
Rusty Simmons / San Francisco Chronicle 15 hours ago

Warriors’ Curry says he’s ‘fine’ for Game 5

The Warriors are trailing Oklahoma City 3-1 in the best-of-seven Western Conference finals, but point guard Stephen Curry refuses to allow his health to be used as an excuse for the predicament. Curry shot 35.1 percent from the floor and 23.8 percent from three-point range in the past two games - both...
San Jose Mercury News 15 hours ago

Stephen Curry ready for big challenge

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry says he's ready for the challenge of Game 5 of the NBA Western Conference finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Golden State Of Mind 4 hours ago
Should Warriors Make Lineup Change in OKC?

Should Warriors Make Lineup Change in OKC?

The Warriors show problems rebounding, defending in OKC. Would lineup adjustment help? The Thunder have looked indestructible at home this month. The crowd infuses nitro into an already superior rebounding team. At Chesapeake Energy Arena, Russell Westbrook goes into killer-cyborg mode before he kicks the brakes off his teammates and starts firing assists. Durant performs like he's shooting by himself in the comforts of his personal home gym. It's safe to say the pace and high-stakes of the 6th meeting will make this game a very draining experience. Morale is...

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Oakland Tribune 4 hours ago

Thompson: Draymond Green -- the real Draymond Green -- stands up

With emotional leader looking like himself, the Warriors win Game 5

Warriors’ Draymond Green is back after missing in action

Warriors’ Draymond Green is back after missing in action Draymond Green shouldn’t have any trouble recognizing the man wearing No. 23 when he watches video of the Warriors’ 120-111 victory in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals Thursday. At Thursday morning’s shootaround, Green was asked what he saw on the video of the Warriors’ two previous games — both blowout losses that put the Warriors in a 3-1 hole in the best-of-seven series. After blocking a Russell Westbrook layup off the backboard in the first half, Green let the Oklahoma City point guard know about it during the...
San Francisco Chronicle 6 hours ago

Warriors extend their season with Game 5 win over OKC

Warriors extend their season with Game 5 win over OKC Down to their last basketball breath, the Warriors earned a 120-111 victory over Oklahoma City in Game 5 at boisterous Oracle Arena. Stephen Curry scored 31 points, Klay Thompson added 27 and Andrew Bogut had his best game of the playoffs with 15 points and 14 rebounds. The Warriors led 58-50 at halftime, but Oklahoma City came out energized and put together a quick 9-2 third-quarter run fueled, in part, by Draymond Green’s technical foul. Green animatedly protested when he was called for a foul on Durant’s three-point attempt. If...
San Jose Mercury News 7 hours ago

Draymond Green draws fifth technical of playoffs

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond now two technical fouls shy of a one-game suspension.
Oakland Tribune 7 hours ago

Andrew Bogut meets Steve Kerr's challenge

Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut stays out of foul trouble and becomes a factor.
San Jose Mercury News 10 hours ago

Stephen Curry's health a non-issue for Steve Kerr

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says every team deals with injuries in the NBA playoffs.
San Francisco Chronicle 12 hours ago

OKC’s Steven Adams says it’s just a bruise

When Thunder center Steven Adams broke his right hand last February, he thought he was fine.
San Jose Mercury News 12 hours ago

Serge Ibaka doing it on offense and defense

Power forward-turned-center Serge Ibaka anchors the Oklahoma City Thunder's small lineup.
Oakland Tribune 15 hours ago

Draymond Green says Warriors in good spirits

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green says 'everybody is ready to go' heading into Game 5 of the NBA Western Conference finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Rip City Project 16 hours ago

Blazers’ Mild Success vs. Warriors Being Spoiled by Thunder?

Don’t Let the Thunder Spoil the Blazers-Warriors Battle After the Portland Trail Blazers lost to the Golden State Warriors for the final time, a rare instance occurred where 100% of media was in agreement – The Blazers had earned a moral victory. They led at halftime in four straight games and inspired some of the […] Blazers’ Mild Success vs. Warriors Being Spoiled by Thunder? - Rip City Project - Rip City Project - A Portland Trailblazers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
San Jose Mercury News 17 hours ago

Warriors on the brink: Kerr might go with more Iguodala

* Warriors-OKC Game 5 officials: Ken Mauer, James Capers, Marc Davis. Warriors fans are understandably very happy that they avoided Scott Foster and Tony Brothers for this one, but I'd semi-caution you that Foster is now set up for either Game 6 or 7, if the series goes that far.
Oakland Tribune 17 hours ago

Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Game 5 preview

Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Game 5 preview

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