Warriors: Golden State of Mind
Recap: Recap: Golden State Warriors fall to New York Knicks, 109-105. Stephen Curry drops 54, while GSW drops a golden opportunity.
Game thread: Warriors at Knicks game thread: Welcome to the Garden (1660+ comments)
Preview: Golden State Warriors at New York Knicks preview: Still looking for rhythm on the road
Knicks: Posting and Toasting
Recap: Knicks 109, Warriors 105: "My feelings are everywhere!"
Postgame: Final Score: Knicks 109, Warriors 105
Game thread: Game Thread: Knicks vs. Warriors- 2/27/13
Preview: Pre-Game: Knicks vs. Warriors- 2/27/12
Associated Press: Knicks overcome Curry's 54 to beat Warriors | Photo Gallery
Sports Network: Curry's 54 not enough as Knicks edge Warriors
Rusty Simmons: Warriors lose despite Curry's 54
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors' Stephen Curry hits career-high 54 points in Madison Square Garden loss
Kyle Bonagura: Warriors waste epic night from Curry in loss to Knicks
Feltbot: Curry Drops 54 in the Garden: Knicks 109 Warriors 105
- The latest news on the new arena.
John Coté: State Legislature asked to OK arena plan
- A look at Mark Jackson returning to the Knicks.
DotCom Blog: Back Where It All Started
- David Lee got a 1 game suspension for going at Hibbert.
Kyle Bonagura: Warriors' Lee, Pacers' Hibbert dealt one-game suspensions
insidebayarea.com: Poll: Did Warriors forward David Lee deserve his suspension?
Jon Becker: Reactions to Golden State Warriors' David Lee getting suspended by the NBA
Marcus Thompson II: Warriors' David Lee suspended for Wednesday's game
Katie Dowd: Warriors’ David Lee suspended for role in Pacers fight
Rusty Simmons: GS Warriors: David Lee suspended for Knicks game; Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson fined
- KNBR, 95.7 FM Audio
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10:52 min: KNBR: Mark Jackson with Murph and Mac
8:21 min: 95.7 FM: Ian Begley on The Pulse
8:52 min: 95.7 FM: Mike Breen on The Wheelhouse
7:50 min: 95.7 FM: Doris Burke on The Wheelhouse
9:48 min: 95.7 FM: Hubie Brown on The Drive
- This is where Stephen Curry's night ranks in Madison Square Garden's history.
Marcus Thompson II: Stephen Curry: Madison Square Garden's 50-point game history
On the game:
“I’m extremely proud of my guys. We might have been overmatched at times, but our guys didn’t quit – they continued to battle. It was a phenomenal performance by Steph (Stephen Curry). The Knicks made some big shots and big plays, but I’m very proud of the way our team played.”
On Stephen Curry:
We were short-handed and needed a performance like that to have a chance. He (Stephen Curry) put on a clinic. He knocked down shots in all areas. He led us in rebounding. I’ve seen a lot of great performances in this building and his goes up there... That shooting performance was a thing of beauty.
More on Stephen Curry:
I let him go all the time. The sad thing is to the audience, that was Stephen getting hot, but to us that’s just who he is. He’s a knock-down shooter in the highest regard.
On tonight's game:
“I felt good all night I obviously played the whole game so I was trying to keep my legs underneath me on the offensive end and stick to the game plan on the defensive end. Once I started to see that three ball going down in transition and all sorts of spots over the floor I knew it was going to be a good night. I found some open spots in transition and was able to get good looks when I’m able to get good looks and see the ball go in a couple times and then you start to find yourself open each position I had confidence to rise up and take it no matter where I was on the floor. Guys got me open on screen-and- rolls was able to get in the paint a little bit and try to stay in the game and make it interesting in the fourth quarter but obviously we didn’t get the win though.”
More on tonight's game:
“There is a lot of energy in that arena for both teams when I started putting up some numbers. When I made a couple shots you could hear the crowd a little bit and obviously when they were knocking down dagger threes it was electric so it was kind of running off adrenaline down the stretch and taking advantage of the TV timeouts (which are a) little longer than normal. I knew it was a good night just didn’t know exactly what that meant you don’t want to jinx yourself because you obviously want to get the win, or try to get the win .”
On Stephen Curry's performance:
“It was incredible by Steph. Without him tonight, who knows what the score would have been. I think he took it as a personal challenge to put it (the game) on his shoulders with David (Lee) being out and he just put on a phenomenal performance. I just told him that I have never been a part of anything like that in my life.”
- No interesting notes tonight.
- We'll get Lee back on Friday. And we need to win at least one of the next two games to salvage a 2-3 road trip. And more spicy Curry!
Full broadcast schedule at warriors.com/schedule.