5:17 PM EDT, Sun May 24, 2015
Houston Chronicle 4 hours ago

Five things we learned in the Rockets’ ugly Game 3 loss to the Warriors

Five things we learned in the Rockets’ 115-80 loss to the Warriors in Game 3: 1. Dependence on Harden a double-edged sword: For much of the season, as went James Harden, so went the Rockets. That, rather than his statistics, was the great success of his season. For all that went wrong, Harden could drive […]
Houston Chronicle 4 hours ago

The Sports Update: Warriors vs. Rockets Game 3

The Chronicle’s Jonathan Feigen and Jenny Dial Creech check in from Toyota Center, the site of Saturday night’s ugly Rockets loss, which left Houston trailing 3-0 in the Western Conference finals against Golden State.
Canis Hoopus 8 hours ago

Warriors Dominate Rockets, Hawks in Cleveland Without Korver

Stephen Curry led the Warriors to an easy win in Houston and a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals. That was not competitive. After two close games in Oakland, both of which the Warriors managed to pull out, they put on a display of dominant basketball...
The Dream Shake 8 hours ago

Rockets-Warriors Game 3 Recap: The end is near

Another playoff embarrassment.After two close losses in the toughest road arena in the NBA, the Rockets didn't exactly look like they were right in the series (it's tough to do that when you're down 2-0), but they certainly didn't look out of it. They do now after a 115-80 shellacking at home in Game...
Newark Star-Ledger 5 hours ago

Listen to T.J. Kidd: Stephen Curry's kid should be welcome at any press conference | Politi Bits

This is the most ridiculous controversy of the year. For now.
San Jose Mercury News 15 hours ago

Thompson: Stephen Curry gets in the flow, and Rockets flail

Houston has no answer for Curry, who scores 40 points in Game 3.

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San Jose Mercury News 2 hours ago

Video: Marcus Thompson and Tim Kawakami - Golden State Warriors Practice Day

Marcus Thompson and Tim Kawakami talk about the Golden State Warriors after the media availability on their practice day.
Oakland Tribune 16 hours ago


HOUSTON--The Warriors monster showed up here on Saturday and just about swallowed the Houston Rockets whole.
San Jose Mercury News 16 hours ago

Warriors notes: Centers Andrew Bogut and Festus Ezeli come up in a big way to help beat Houston

The two hit a combined 8 of 9 shots in the first two quarters and grab 10 rebounds

Variety provides spice of defense

“He’s one of the best that we have in this league,” Harden said of Warriors defensive coordinator Ron Adams. After Harden averaged 33 points on 58.5 percent shooting from the floor (44.4 percent on three-pointers) in the first two games of the Western Conference finals, he couldn’t keep it going in Game 3. Draymond Green also sagged off Josh Smith, making the Warriors’ power forward a consistent threat to play help defense, switch on to Harden or double-team him. Harden, the last Rockets starter to score, shot just 3-of-16 from the floor (1-of-5 on threes) and finished with 17...
Plain Dealer 16 hours ago

Warriors beat Rockets, 115-80, take 3-0 lead in NBA's Western Conference finals

Stephen Curry scored 40 points and the Golden State Warriors made it look easy against Houston.
Oakland Tribune 17 hours ago

Warriors rout Rockets for 3-0 series lead

The Golden State Warriors rout the Houston Rockets to take a 3-0 lead in the NBA Western Conference finals
San Jose Mercury News 17 hours ago

Warriors notebook: Assistant Ron Adams knows Rockets' James Harden well

Warriors assistant spent time as Thunder coach when Harden was a rookie

Warriors dominate Rockets in Game 3 rout

HOUSTON — After just about every practice and game of the 2015 postseason, the Warriors told yarns about a seemingly mythical game that they had yet to play — one where everything would come together for a magical night of basketball perfection. The Warriors were nearly flawless on offense, confused and outworked the Rockets on defense and still managed to play with their entertaining panache in dominating Houston 115-80 in Saturday’s Game 3 at the red-and-white striped Toyota Center. With the Warriors leading the best-of-seven Western Conference finals 3-0, Game 4 is scheduled for 6...

Warriors’ flight delay no biggie: ‘We’re all well-rested’

The Warriors arrived for Saturday morning’s shootaround and acted as if nothing happened the day before, when their flight was delayed six hours — causing them to miss practice and land in Houston about 10 p.m. The team’s charter plane was supposed to leave Oakland for Houston at 10 a.m. Friday, but 15 minutes after the scheduled takeoff time, it was announced that the plane needed a new part. Being told that the flight would be delayed until 1 p.m., the players dispersed and the coaches went to the downtown Oakland practice facility to watch game video. With the NBA down to its...
Houston Chronicle 20 hours ago

Live: Rockets vs. Warriors Game 3

Follow live as the Chronicle Sports team provides live coverage of Game 3 between the Warriors and the Rockets.
Oakland Tribune 21 hours ago

Video: Watch Warriors pregame warmups before Game 3 vs. Houston Rockets Saturday

Check out footage of the Warriors warming up prior to Game 3 of their Western Conference Finals in Houston on Saturday night.
San Francisco Chronicle 21 hours ago

Mychal Thompson had an early seat on Warriors’ bandwagon

Mychal Thompson had an early seat on Warriors’ bandwagon Edited transcript of a conversation with Mychal Thompson, former NBA player, current Lakers’ broadcaster and the father of the Warriors’ Klay Thompson: Can you revisit why you thought that as early as January? Let’s stick with the guy who won the MVP and the NBA is such a star-driven league, it’s your son’s “Splash Brother,” Steph Curry. Is he the MVP of the league? There are three guys, maybe four when he’s healthy, OK maybe five. What’s Klay’s mind-set as he draws James Harden in the Western Conference...
San Francisco Chronicle 22 hours ago

Hawks’ Korver out for rest of playoffs

X-rays at Philips Arena were negative, but a follow-up MRI procedure and examination at Peachtree Orthopaedic Clinic confirmed a severe high-ankle sprain. After sitting out Game 2, Cavaliers All-Star guard Kyrie Irving played one-on-one while wearing a brace on his left knee, and is questionable for Sunday’s Game 3.

Warriors Player News

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  • 1 Klay Thompson

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