The Warriors are in the middle of a 4 game in 5 night stretch. Their defense is humming right now, or rather silencing crowds, after a tremendous effort in Toronto. Brad Stevens and his newly revamped Celtics look for an upset.
After a disappointing loss, the Warriors look to get back on track in the nation's capital, taking on a Wizards team desperate for success.
A comparison of the Warriors to the Bulls, Grizzlies, Hawks, and Spurs. Synergy Sports exposes team tendencies and the efficiency of various play types.
How do Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson match up against the other elite shooters in this unique competition?
The long anticipated matchup is upon us! The Warriors look to continue their high intensity play versus elite competition.
The Bulls come into the Roaracle and scrape by with an overtime win, 113-111.
What happens when you give the Warriors two days rest? Well, they can go off for 126 points, on 53.3% shooting, and make an elite team look average.
With Andrew Bogut and likely Festus Ezeli out, this matchup smells suspiciously like last year's playoff series. The big difference? Steve Kerr and Alvin Gentry.
Bogut has been diagnosed with bone edema and chondromalacia. He's piled up some nasty and unusual injuries throughout his career. Should we expect the unexpected?