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The Mavs try to get revenge on the Warriors, while the few uninjured Blazers and Clippers face off. But the real revenge effort will be Klay Thompson vs. Charles Barkley.
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The NBA’s L2M Report said that the referees should have called a shooting foul on Klay Thompson in the final seconds. And a travel on Steph Curry.
Andre Iguodala sent a cryptic tweet. We explore the possible meanings.
Golden State blew double-digit leads in each of the first three quarters Thursday night, and now they’re tied with the Lakers. The Lakers!
Steve Kerr’s good friend and former Warriors player consultant Steve Nash got fired by the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday. Kerr called Nash ‘brilliant’, even though Kevin Durant never tried to get HIM fired.
The Bulls are hobbles by injuries and the Nets are hobbled by their own personalities. Plus, Anthony Edwards visits a Phoenix arena that’s dangerously close to many Popeye’s restaurants.
A nagging hamstring will keep the Warriors’ backup guard in the Bay for the next week. And you know he’s really hurt, because he’s missing the trip to Miami
For the third straight game, the Warriors gave up 70 points in the first half. And after Klay Thompson was ejected in the third quarter, they just gave up.
Explaining all of the Warriors’ new guard’s many nicknames, especially the one which contends he’s the G.O.A.T. of the Blue Hen State
The Warriors wore jerseys from the Nellie era and played a game from the Nellie era too. Their frantic late comeback was derailed by the MVP, who Nellie would probably play at small forward.
Damion Lee hit a ridiculous shot to cap the Suns’ comeback over the Mavericks, and Steph Curry wasn’t quiet about celebrating it. Chris Paul being benched at the time only added to the Chef’s joy.
Embiid’s Sixers visit Giannis’ Bucks while Kawhi Leonard returns to battle his cross-corridor rivals in Los Angeles
On opening night, the Warriors didn’t miss a beat, against a Lakers team that did nothing but miss shots.
Did Coach Kerr say the Warriors were out of shape? No. But he implied it.
Russell Westbrook came off the bench - and left with a hamstring injury before the first quarter was over. So the Lake Show is peaking just in time for the opener against the Warriors!
It’s five days before the season opener, and the Warriors have opened up both two-way contract slots on their roster. It’s very unlikely they saved one for Mac McClung.
According to Marc Spears, the non-suspension was the result of player discussions and a lot of buck-passing
Days after nabbing Mac McClung for their G League team, Philadelphia added a three-time NBA champion