2:27 AM EST, Mon December 29, 2014

Warriors 110, Timberwolves 97: Steve Kerr says ‘silly stuff,’ lack of discipline wont get team far in the playoffs

OAKLAND – Warriors coach Steve Kerr after his team cruised to a 110-97 win against Minnesota chose the postgame press conference as the place to get something off his chest. He criticized the carelessness and turnovers that he said he… Continue Reading →The post Warriors 110, Timberwolves 97: Steve Kerr says ‘silly stuff,’ lack of discipline wont get team far in the playoffs appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Oakland Tribune Dec 28, 2014

Warriors cruise past lowly Timberwolves

Stephen Curry scored 25 points and Klay Thompson had 21 as the Golden State Warriors ended their two-game skid with a 110-97 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves

Warriors pound T’wolves to end mini-slump

A day after head coach Steve Kerr said his team’s play in Los Angeles was “cause for concern and crisis,” the Warriors responded to a sloppy two-game losing streak by demolishing Minnesota 110-97 on Saturday night in front of the 94th consecutive sellout crowd at Oracle Arena. The Warriors (24-5) had lost two in a row for the first time since Nov. 9-11, but they won to maintain a one-game lead over Portland atop the Western Conference standings and are up five games on the Clippers atop the Pacific Division. Stephen Curry led the way with 25 points and six assists, and Klay Thompson...
Oakland Tribune Dec 27, 2014

Warriors dealing with a 'crisis'

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says 'we didn't bring our brains' while being swept in two road games in Los Angeles.

Warriors refocus after 2 losses in L.A.

The last time the Warriors lost consecutive games, they responded by reeling off a franchise-record, 16-game winning streak. “Seventeen,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said after Friday’s practice. After losing to the nine-win, Kobe Bryant-less Lakers on Tuesday and then looking completely out of whack in a loss to the Clippers on Thursday, the Warriors reported to Friday’s practice with a renewed focus. After shooting better than 50 percent in five of six games near the start of the run, the Warriors failed to make half of their shots in eight straight games. After averaging...

Clippers' defense helped them persevere against Warriors

Their shots weren't falling. Three of their starters were scoreless for nearly 20 minutes to start the game. Their opponent built a double-digit lead.

Warriors’ rebound took years

Warriors select Davidson guard Stephen Curry, the nation’s leading scorer, with the No. 7 overall pick in the NBA draft. Warriors acquire forward David Lee in a sign-and-trade deal with the Knicks, relinquishing Kelenna Azubuike, Anthony Randolph and Ronny Turiaf. Warriors fire Don Nelson as coach and replace him with assistant Keith Smart. Venture capitalist Joe Lacob and Mandalay Entertainment CEO Peter Guber assume control as the team’s new owners. Warriors hire sports agent Bob Myers as assistant general manager Warriors take Washington State guard Klay Thompson with the No. 11...

Golden State Warriors: From NBA wasteland to NBA wonder

Golden State Warriors: In July 2010, when forward David Lee agreed to a sign-and-trade deal sending him from the New York Knicks to the Warriors, his friends back home in St. Louis posed a simple question: The Warriors counted as an NBA wasteland, with a long history of raging futility — on their way to only one playoff appearance in 18 seasons, stretching from 1994 to 2012. A week after the Lee deal, venture capitalist Joe Lacob and Mandalay Entertainment CEO Peter Guber struck a $450 million deal to buy the franchise from previous owner Chris Cohan. Curry carried Davidson, an...
Los Angeles Times Dec 26, 2014

Doc Rivers is hesitant to call win over Warriors a signature victory

Clippers Coach Doc Rivers was hesitant Friday to put too much emphasis on the Clippers' victory over the first-place Golden State Warriors on Christmas.
Oakland Tribune Dec 26, 2014
Warriors president Welts got along with Mark Jackson

Warriors president Welts got along with Mark Jackson

Golden State Warriors president Rick Welts says he has a 'great relationship' with former coach Mark Jackson.
Los Angeles Times Dec 26, 2014

Chris Paul's aggressiveness plays role in Clippers' win over Warriors

Chris Paul's aggressive play on offense in the third quarter was a key factor for the Clippers in turning around Thursday's game against the Golden State Warriors.

Warriors’ Rick Welts says he has ‘great relationship’ with Mark Jackson even after talk about Jason Collins comments

Warriors president Rick Welts is one member of the organization who is saying he had a “great relationship” with former coach Mark Jackson. Welts, who is openly gay, told KQED Radio on Tuesday that their relationship remains that way even… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Rick Welts says he has ‘great relationship’ with Mark Jackson even after talk about Jason Collins comments appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Oakland Tribune Dec 26, 2014
Warriors lose again in Los Angeles

Warriors lose again in Los Angeles

With Andrew Bogut and Festus Ezeli sidelined, Golden State Warriors lose to Clippers

Clippers 100, Warriors 86: Interpreting Draymond Green’s comments about Warriors being ‘too nice’

LOS ANGELES – Stephen Curry said the team wasn’t going to overreact, but one man’s overreaction is another man’s reaction. For fiery Draymond Green, he was simply reacting and telling it like it is when he sat down dressed in… Continue Reading →The post Clippers 100, Warriors 86: Interpreting Draymond Green’s comments about Warriors being ‘too nice’ appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Clippers use warming trend in fourth quarter to beat Warriors

All the Clippers wanted for Christmas in the first quarter Thursday was to make a shot.

Warriors Player News

  • Stephen Curry

    Stephen Curry

    Warriors fail to cover spread, beat Timberwolves 110-96 anyway

  • Andrew Bogut

    Andrew Bogut

    NBA Christmas preview: Warriors take on the Clippers at 7:30 p.m.

  • Klay Thompson

    Klay Thompson

    Lakers vs. Warriors preview: Dub step

  • Marreese Speights

    Marreese Speights

    Warriors vs. Clippers: Marreese Speights will start in place of injured Festus Ezeli

  • David Lee

    David Lee

    Golden State Warriors: From NBA wasteland to NBA wonder

Warriors Photos