2:49 AM EDT, Thu September 03, 2015

Curry’s Sharks bobblehead highlights Warriors’ preseason

The opening of the NBA preseason normally gets the attention of only the most hardcore fans. But these are not ordinary times for the Warriors and their fans and so the spotlight is a little brighter than normal on October’s exhibition schedule. The NBA champion Warriors will begin their seven-game preseason schedule against Toronto on Oct. 5 at SAP Pavilion with the first 10,000 fans receiving a San Jose Sharks-themed Stephen Curry bobblehead. The NBA MVP will be portrayed wearing a Sharks sweater. Tip-off is at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the...
San Jose Mercury News Aug 31, 2015

Warriors' exhibition opener at SAP Center on October 5

Golden State Warriors will begin their exhibition season by playing the Toronto Raptors on October 5 at SAP Center with the first 10,000 fans getting a Stephen Curry bobblehead in a San Jose Sharks jersey.
Oakland Tribune Aug 26, 2015

Thompson: Warriors give championship trophy a world tour

Larry O'Brien trophy has been far and wide with Warriors players and executives since the team won the NBA title in June.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 25, 2015

Stephen Curry, Harrison Barnes and the Warriors' realistic negotiations: The timetables, market-prices and cap issues

Stephen Curry recently told the Sporting News' Jimmy Spencer that his impending July 2017 free agency "isn't really that appealing to me because I love where I'm at," and Curry obviously has shown zero indications of NBA wanderlust, no doubt.
San Jose Mercury News Aug 24, 2015

Warriors' Curry says he's not interested in free agency

Stephen Curry, the NBA's MVP who led the Golden State Warriors to their first league title since 1975, says he isn't interested in becoming a free agent in 2017.
Oakland Tribune Aug 21, 2015

Warriors' Kevon Looney out 4-6 months after hip surgery

Golden State Warriors first-round draft pick Kevon Looney of UCLA will be out 4-6 months after hip surgery.

Warriors’ top pick Looney out 4-6 months

Kevon Looney, the defending NBA-champion Warriors’ first-round pick in June’s draft, is expected to miss 4-6 months while recovering from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip, the team said in a statement Thursday. “Kevon has his entire NBA career ahead of him and we felt that, in consultation with our medical staff, Kevon and his representatives, it was best to address the issue now,” general manager Bob Myers said in the statement. Prior to the draft, there were rumors that he could miss the 2015-16 season because of a hip injury he suffered in the summer of 2014, before he...
Oakland Tribune Aug 19, 2015

Stephen Curry: President Obama talked trash during golf game

As guest on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' Warriors' Stephen Curry jokes about President Barack Obama talking trash on the golf course

Steph Curry and family make charming appearance on Jimmy Kimmel

The offseason of Steph continued on Tuesday night when Steph Curry appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Curry was typically personable and fun in his appearance, chatting about the joys of winning the NBA Championship and the challenges of playing golf against President Obama. Curry and dad Dell were invited to Martha’s Vineyard last week for a round of golf with the president. “The president was talking trash,” Curry revealed. He also admitted to losing focus when he noticed the 25 Secret Service at every hole, accompanied by snipers. “I couldn’t relax,” Curry joked, before admitting...

KNBR conversation: Jarron Collins

Edited transcript of a conversation with Warriors assistant coach Jarron Collins: Did you always know you wanted to be in the coaches’ realm? I always knew that if I ever got the opportunity to coach, I would jump at the opportunity. The league is more about pace and space and three-point shooting ability. If you have a fantastic, dominant low-post player, that’s great, but at the end of the day the league has gone to more tempo, more shooting and quite frankly, we have the best shooters. When the schedule came out, did you sit down and look at it? Did anything jump out at...

Curry joins Obama for a round of golf

Friday afternoon, the Warriors’ Stephen Curry - the NBA MVP and driving force behind the team’s first championship in 40 seasons - was the guest of President Obama for a round of golf at Farm Neck Golf Club in Oak Bluffs, Mass., on Martha’s Vineyard. Curry is an avid golfer and the president plays as much as possible - which isn’t much given his schedule. According to the Washington Post, Curry’s dad, Dell, and fellow NBA sharpshooter Ray Allen joined Curry and the president. The Post also said Obama played with Larry David, the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star and the mind behind...
San Jose Mercury News Aug 13, 2015

Stephen Curry at odds with Vegas oddsmakers

Warriors' Stephen Curry is not happy Las Vegas oddsmakers don't have the Warriors favored to repeat as NBA champs

Watch: Klay Thompson makes half-court shot while riding a bike

A video posted by Klay Thompson (@klaythompson) on Aug 11, 2015 at 5:31pm PDT It’s not really a move for the regular season, but Klay Thompson’s latest trick puts the creativity and execution of dunk contest participants to shame. Thompson, who is currently working out with the U.S. men’s national team in Las Vegas, showed off his skills on Instagram with a video of him nailing a near-half-court shot while pedaling a bicycle. Not bad, Klay. Teammates Stephen Curry, Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green are also participating in the national team minicamp, although Draymond has yet to up...
Akron Beacon Journal Aug 12, 2015

Cavaliers will open at Chicago and travel to Golden State on Christmas Day

The Cavaliers will open the season at the Chicago Bulls on Oct. 27 and play at the defending champion Golden State Warriors on Christmas Day, the league announced Wednesday in releasing the schedules for all 30 teams. It’s the second time in as many years the Cavs will play a road game on Christmas Day.The defending champion Warriors come to Quicken Loans Arena for their only visit Jan. 18 in a Martin Luther King Day rematch of last season’s NBA Finals, Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder come to town Dec. 17 for their only visit and Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers make...
News-Herald Aug 12, 2015
NBA schedule features Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Warriors on Christmas, more player rest

NBA schedule features Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Warriors on Christmas, more player rest

The Golden State Warriors will see an old friend on opening night and LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in an NBA Finals rematch on Christmas, two of the highlight games of their title defense.The NBA released its schedule Wednesday, a more player-friendly model that addresses Commissioner Adam Silver's directive for additional player rest by slashing the times teams have to play four times in five nights to an average of one per team.

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