11:26 AM EDT, Sun May 29, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle

Warriors vs. Thunder: Game 1 preview

The Warriors won all three regular season matchups against the Thunder this season, including the unforgettable game on Feb. 27, which Golden State won 121-118 in overtime, propelled by Curry’s 37-foot game winner with 0.6 seconds left. Injuries may play a role in the proceedings, with Curry still hobled by a sprained MCL and center Andrew Bogut also ailing. If the “Big Four” scorers cancel each other out, the series could well be decided by role players and depth. Mo “Buckets” Speights played for Oklahoma City coach Billy Donovan at the University of Florida, winning a national...

San Francisco Chronicle

Warriors could stick with small lineup vs. Thunder

Warriors could stick with small lineup vs. Warriors head coach Steve Kerr frequently played his small lineup in Monday night’s 108-102 loss to Oklahoma City. Golden State also put together a 10-2, third-quarter surge with a lineup of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Harrison Barnes (Shaun Livingston replaced Thompson near the end of this run). The lineup with Green at center could struggle on the boards against Oklahoma City, the NBA’s best rebounding team. Bogut downplayed any injury concerns, saying he was a little sore but will be “all...

San Jose Mercury News

Warriors center Andrew Bogut questionable for Game 1

Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is listed as questionable for Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference finals against the Oklahoma City Thunder because of an adductor injury.

NBA Recap Oklahoma City Thunder vs Golden State Warriors | March 3, 2016 | Highlights

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors matched one record set by Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls as they close in on the bigger mark. Curry scored 33 points in his return from an ankle injury and the Warriors tied Chicago's NBA ma