11:01 PM EST, Fri November 27, 2015
San Francisco Chronicle 2 hours ago
Warriors’ Bogut good to go, after tweaking back Tuesday

Warriors’ Bogut good to go, after tweaking back Tuesday

PHOENIX - Andrew Bogut, who missed Wednesday’s practice after tweaking his back during the Warriors’ record-setting win over the Lakers the previous night, will start Friday against the Suns. “It was still sore Wednesday, so there was no reason to fight through a practice,” interim head coach Luke Walton said. Bogut is averaging 7.1 points, 6.9 rebounds and 1.7 blocked shots this season.
Inside the Warriors | Oakland Tribune 2 hours ago

Suns coach Jeff Hornacek thinks the Warriors could have ‘great chance’ of breaking Bulls’ record

PHOENIX – Phoenix Suns coach Jeff Hornacek believes the Warriors could be the team that breaks the Chicago Bulls’ 72-win single-season record. “The way they’re playing now, yeah,” said Hornacek, who played against the 1995-96 Bulls while with the Utah Continue Reading The post Suns coach Jeff...
Inside the Warriors | Oakland Tribune 3 hours ago

Outside opinions: Sweet for the Warriors to be 16-0, but will they have fewer losses than 49ers?

PHOENIX The Warriors are 16-0 heading into Fridays against the Phoenix Suns, as Golden State continues to be the talk of the league. Tim Bontemps of the Washington Post is among those impressed by the Warriors. It’s remarkable to think Continue Reading The post Outside opinions: Sweet for the Warriors...
Golden State Of Mind 9 hours ago

Warriors vs Suns: Predictions, start time, TV schedule, live stream, odds and more

The Warriors look to extend their historic start to the 2015-2016 NBA season tonight in Phoenix. Just in case you were wondering, the Golden State Warriors have a 0.0000000000015% chance of going 82-0 this season according to our friends over atNumberFire.com. The fact that they have to crunch the...

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Oakland Tribune 9 hours ago

Warriors coach Luke Walton might get credit for victories

NBA examining policy that has kept Luke Walton's coaching record at 0-0 while Warriors go 16-0
San Jose Mercury News Nov 26, 2015

Warriors' record streak might be preview

With an unprecedented 16 consecutive wins to start the season, the Golden State Warriors are well aware of the NBA record of 33 in a row set by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers.

Warriors taking aim at NBA record of 33 straight wins

Warriors taking aim at NBA record of 33 straight wins The Warriors didn’t talk publicly about a 16-0 start until they were within a few wins of the record, but they’re already talking about the No. 33. “It’s important to have tangible goals that you can look at it and really work for, but obviously, for us, we do a great job of just staying in the moment,” point guard Stephen Curry said on a conference call Wednesday, two days before the Warriors play on the road against the Suns. … The Warriors set a franchise record with 16 straight victories from Nov. 13-Dec. On Tuesday,...
San Jose Mercury News Nov 26, 2015

Thompson: Can Warriors get to 33-0 and break another record?

The Los Angeles Lakers won 33 games in a row in 1971-72 to establish the NBA record for winning streaks
Oakland Tribune Nov 26, 2015

Purdy: Warriors haven't done anything yet

Huzzah for 16-0, but Stephen Curry Co. arent even halfway to the record set by Los Angeles Lakers in 1971-72

76ers tie U.S. pro sports record with 26th straight loss

76ers tie U.S. pro sports record with 26th straight loss The Philadelphia 76ers found a way to tie the longest losing streak in major U.S. professional sports history. Blowing a late five-point lead in an 84-80 loss to the host Boston Celtics on Wednesday night, the 76ers tumbled to their 26th straight loss and 16th in a row to start the season. Philadelphia tied the sports futility mark set by the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1976 to ’77 and matched by the 76ers in 2013-14. Isaiah Thomas scored 30 points, and Jae Crowder hit a go-ahead three-pointer for Boston. LeBron James had...

Stephen Curry goes global in unusual interview session

Stephen Curry’s fame is so far-reaching these days that the Warriors’ point guard was the sole attraction on a global conference call that was joined by reporters from 19 countries and territories. In a question-and-answer session of about 30 minutes Wednesday, Curry spent most of his time talking about other people. Asked about the possibility of winning both the Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Player awards for the 2015-16 season, Curry said: It’s a goal. The NBA had been inundated with so many media requests from overseas that the league decided to host a conference call...
Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015

New Curry shoe pays homage to North Carolina roots

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry is paying homage to his hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina, with his new shoe, the Under Armour Curry Two 'Providence Road.'
Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015

Warriors' Walton a day later: Where'd everybody go?

A day after Golden State moved its record to 16-0, Warriors coach Luke Walton wondered why the media circus had departed.
Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015

Steph Curry's ballet proving to be a winner

Bay Area ballet companies see Warriors guard as one of their own

Stories behind Warriors’ record-setting night

Stories behind Warriors’ record-setting night Golden State never trailed and led by as many as 41 points during Tuesday’s 111-77 annihilation of the Lakers at Oracle Arena - the Warriors’ record-setting 16th consecutive win to start a season. Here’s what we were paying particular attention to, heading into the game: With a win, the Warriors would open the season 16-0, passing the 1948 Washington Capitols and the 1993 Houston Rockets for the league’s longest unbeaten start. The Lakers didn’t play like gangbusters or anything close to it. The Warriors dominance prompted a funny...
Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015

Warriors rout Lakers to go to 16-0, set NBA mark for best-ever start

The Warriors rout the Lakers 111-77 to make NBA history, setting the record for the league's best-ever start (16-0).
Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015

Thompson: Warriors break record with ease

Golden State's record-setting performance against Lakers ended up not really being a challenge
Oakland Tribune Nov 25, 2015

Warriors break NBA record: Social media reaction

Praise poured in for the Golden State Warriors after they crushed the LA Lakers to start the NBA season 16-0, setting a new record for the best undefeated start to a season.

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