Missed opportunities and mistakes haunt the Warriors as they fall short in this matchup of teams with the two worst records in the NBA this season.
Memphis’ rookie point guard scored a game-high 26 points as the Warriors fail to win two games in a row for the first time this season.
Trae Young led the Hawks with 24 points, and the Dubs were outscored 56-30 combined in the second and third quarters
Despite strong performances from rookies Paschall and Bowman, the Warriors drop the second game on this Eastern Conference road trip on Sunday evening in Orlando.
Falling behind by a huge margin during the first quarter proved to be the Warriors’ downfall against a quality opponent.
The Warriors get their fourth win of the season, which might serve as an important stepping stone for their eventual return to relevance.
A vintage finish from CP3 gave the young Dubs an eye-opener for what it takes to close games out at this level.
Even with Eric Paschall contributing 30 points, the Warriors can’t stop the Pelicans long-distance barrage as they lose their seventh-straight game.
Redick’s 26 points were like daggers to Golden State’s feisty team effort
20 points from Alec Burks along with a much-improved defensive effort wasn’t enough to get the Warriors their third win of the 2019-20 season.
We’re eleven games in to the work in progress that is the Dubs.
D’Angelo Russell scored 32 points, but wounded Golden State can’t steal the win despite clawing out of a 23-point hole.
D-Lo went berserk, but Andrew Wiggins poured in 40 points of his own for Minnesota in an overtime thriller.
Even though the Warriors came up short in this rematch of the 2019 Western Conference Semifinals, their young players played hard and gave Dub Nation a glimpse into what might be a promising future.
Despite a 30-point performance from D’Angelo Russell, the Warriors can’t come up with the defense or rebounding needed to earn a victory.
Analysis: Warriors struggle in all facets of the game during 120-92 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder
The Warriors’ poor start to the 2019-20 season continues as they lose their second consecutive game in blowout despite 23 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists from Stephen Curry.
Curry scores 40 points in just 25 minutes of action to get the Warriors their first preseason victory of the 2019-2020 campaign.
Analysis: Warriors come from behind to earn 73-69 win over Denver Nuggets on Day 6 of Las Vegas Summer League
Overcoming an uneven performance by the entire squad, the Warriors rally from as many as 17 points down to get their third-straight victory in Summer League play.
With the trio of Poole, Evans, and Smailagic leading the way, the Warriors pick up their second-consecutive win in Las Vegas.
Analysis: Warriors fall short in their title defense, lose 114-110 to Raptors in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals
Playing in their final game at Oracle Arena, the Warriors couldn’t get the victory that would push these Finals to seven games despite a valiant 30 points from Klay Thompson.
Analysis: Warriors show their championship mettle with gutsy 106-105 win over Raptors in the 2019 NBA Finals
Three-point shooting, a bounce-back game from DeMarcus Cousins, and an impressive run to close the game allow the Warriors to secure the road victory and extend this series.
The Warriors had their backs up against the wall in Game 5 and managed to hold on to the lead despite fighting through more injuries.
Despite a playoff career-high 47 points from Curry, defensive lapses and a stagnant offense doom the Warriors as they fall behind the Raptors two games to one in the 2019 NBA Finals.
The Warriors can’t contain the Raptors’ third-year player, who scores a team-high 32 points while playing stellar defense as the Eastern Conference champions take a 1-0 series lead in this year’s Finals.
Trailing by as many as 17 points, the Warriors storm back, outscoring the Trail Blazers 64-46 after halftime, to earn the victory in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.
The two-time MVP scores 36 points while shooting 9/15 from long distance as the Warriors take the opening game of the Western Conference Finals against the Trail Blazers.
The Splash Brothers came up big with a combined 62 points to cruise to a 22-point victory in Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.
The Splash Brothers ended Houston’s season without the help of Kevin Durant. Rockets excuses undoubtedly forthcoming.
Playing the entire fourth quarter without Kevin Durant, the Warriors’ championship character shows in a victory that gives them a 3-2 advantage in the Western Conference Semifinals.
The Warriors can’t overcome the Rockets’ energy or their three-point shooting, losing Game 4 despite 34 points from Kevin Durant.