ESPN got their hands on the full reffing memo that the team never delivered to the NBA, and it’s a bad look.
As playoff season approaches, the Warriors will need to gear up for the final push to the Larry O’Brien Trophy.
While still a useful player, it’s time to seriously reevaluate Cousins’ usage.
How do the defending champs stack up against some of the greatest teams of all time?
"The Warriors would lose games that ultimately didn’t matter," say the predictive modelling experts at FiveThirtyEight.
Using detailed Synergy data, let’s compare Durant’s past two years in Oakland with his most recent two-year span in OKC.
Using detailed Synergy data, let’s review what play types Curry has been using the most over the years
After winning three out of the past four Finals, let’s take a look at what helped the Warriors win back-to-back titles from an analytics point of view.
GSOM member discusses Steph Curry's preference against the Pelicans for jump shots, instead of attacking the D and putting the entire defense off-balance.
Andre Iguodala has been saving himself for the playoffs and damn has he looked good so far.
Starting Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson at the guard spots gives them the size and athleticism to play elite defense.
The Warriors won’t be able to fulfill their offensive potential without Steph, but they should be able to field a fierce defensive lineup.
Warriors’ offense predicated on movement; other top offenses, not so much.
After rough stretches of uninspired play, the Warriors’ defense appears to be back.
A new graphic confirms our defensive interchangeability.
The Warriors and Rockets offenses are both prolific but they execute very differently.
The Clippers are a top-10 offensive rebounding team while the Warriors are a bottom-10 team in that category. Nevertheless, the Warriors have out-rebounded the Clippers four-games straight due, in part, to having more players who fight for contested rebounds.
What we have learned about the Warriors ‘Strength in Numbers’ after a month of injuries, plus a bonus Bell.
The Warriors and Lakers lead the league in fast break points and are top five in pace. They also share a turnover problem, but the consequences are just greater for the Lakers.