Two Eastern Conference powerhouses are adding reinforcements for the playoffs.
The champs were humming on all cylinders as they combined unstoppable offense with unyielding defense to overcome a tough Pistons team
Stephen Curry returns to action and scores 26 points, allowing the Warriors to earn their 50th win of the season and reclaim first place in the Western Conference.
Some people made a big deal out of Durant’s unusually low number of shot attempts. But his ball distribution and playmaking prowess against the Pistons more than made up for it, and it led to a much-needed win.
The Warriors bounced back from a loss the night before to win a physical matchup with a tough Detroit team. Splash Bros combined for 50 points as Draymond Green locks up Blake Griffin
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The Warriors will continue to rest players as the season comes to a close.
The Warriors suffered a blowout loss to the Mavs on Saturday with Steph Curry sitting out. But I salute Curry for his life choices.
Both teams are fighting for playoff seeding and playing the night after suffering defeat. Nobody wants to lose on back-to-back nights
The day after Steph Curry’s wife’s epic birthday, the champs didn’t have the needed energy against the Mavericks.
While the Mavericks were having a special shooting night, the Warriors didn’t do much to cool them down, with a defensive performance that left much to be desired.
A Bizzarre shooting night puts the Dubs in second place in the west
San Antonio is adding some depth before the playoffs begin.