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Warriors defeat the Pelicans 131-121 behind Curry’s 37
Steph Curry leads the Warriors to their 6th straight win over the New Orleans Pelicans with 37 points. Kevin Durant adds 24 points and the Warriors hold Anthony Davis to an inefficient 17 points.
Warrior Wonder: Curry baptizes the Wizards with 11 doses of splash
Stephen Curry self-immolated, going for 51 points in 3 quarters and nearly breaking his own 3-point record with 11 treys.
Warrior Wonder: Curry 24k magic (put your pinky rings up to the moon)
Stephen Curry followed up receiving his championship ring with delivering an impressive near triple-double performance to help the Warriors defeat the Thunder.
Warriors Season Review: Another Klay Klassic
Klay Thompson delivers another fantastic season full of playoff heroics, hot shooting antics, defensive denials, and viral videos from China.
Warriors Season Review: An ode to JaVale
JaVale McGee is a back-to-back champion. Not even Sylvia Browne could have predicted that several years ago. He turned his career around here with the Dubs and in turn helped them win an extra pair of rings.
Warriors down 3-2 after losing Game 5 to the Rockets 98-94
The Warriors find themselves down 3-2 and facing elimination in the Western Conference Finals after an ugly loss to the Rockets.
Warriors steal home-court advantage, winning 119-106
Durant delivers a monster 37 point game and Klay follows up with 28 to help the Warriors win Game One of the Western Conference Finals.
Recap: Warriors get 113-104 win over the Pelicans in Game 5
All four of the Warriors stars shine in this Game 5 win over the Pelicans as Golden State advances to the Western Conference Finals.
Recap: Warriors dominate the Pelicans in 118-92 win
Durant scored 38 points and the Warriors collected 11 steals to a dominate the Pelicans and take a 3-1 series lead.
Warriors put away the brooms, losing to the Spurs 103-90
Despite 32 points by Durant and a near triple-double from Draymond, the Warriors were unable to closeout the Spurs due to a sloppy first half.