Golden State Warriors News
6-20-16: Stephen Curry was ejected in Game 6’s loss after he fouled out. He did not bounce back in Game 7, as the regular season MVP scored 17 points on poor shooting. The Warriors scored just 13 points in the fourth quarter, as they lost Game 7 and the NBA Finals to the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers.
6-15-16: Draymond Green was suspended for Game 5, and despite Klay Thompson’s team-high 37 points, the Warriors fell, 112-97, in the contest. Unfortunately for Golden State, Andrew Bogut suffered a left knee sprain in Game 5. He traveled to Cleveland for Game 6, but he will reportedly not play for the rest of the NBA Finals.
6-7-16: Although Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson struggled in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Shaun Livingston’s team-high 20 points were enough to lead the Warriors to their 104-89 victory over the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers. Then, Draymond Green’s game-high 28 points were a part of the Warriors’ Game 2 blowout win.
5-31-16: Stephen Curry, who scored a team-high 31 points in Game 5’s 120-111 victory over the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder, scored the same number of points in Game 6. He was one assist away from a triple-double in the 108-101 comeback win at Oklahoma City. Klay Thompson scored a game-high 41 points in the victory that tied the series and forced a Game 7.
5-23-16: Although the Warriors have yet to lose consecutive games during the 2015-16 regular season and playoffs, they are trailing in the Western Conference Finals. Stephen Curry’s team-high 24 points in Game 3 were not enough to beat Oklahoma City; in fact, the Thunder blew out Golden State, 133-105, and the Warriors will have to try to bounce back in Game 4 if they do not want to be on the brink of elimination when returning home.
5-17-16: Klay Thompson’s game-high 33 points on 13-for-17 shooting led the Warriors to a 125-121 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 5 on May 11. The victory gave Golden State four days off before the beginning of the Western Conference Finals. However, in Game 1, the Warriors could not handle Russell Westbrook, as they lost their double-digit lead and fell for just the third time at home in the 2015-16 regular season and playoffs.
5-11-16: After Stephen Curry saw the Trail Blazers win their first game of the series in Game 3 and Shaun Livingston get ejected in Game 4, Curry knew his workload would have to increase in his first game back on the court. Although he went 2-for-13 from 3-point land in regulation, he made all three of his 3-pointers in overtime as a part of a record 17 points in those five minutes; the Warriors won, 132-125.
4-26-16: The Warriors had a record-breaking season, and they continue to set new records. Although Stephen Curry left Sunday’s Game 4 due to a Grade 1 MCL sprain and will be out for at least two weeks, Golden State had a playoff record 21 made 3-pointers in their 121-94 victory over the Rockets in Houston. The Warriors look to finish the series on Wednesday at Oracle Arena.
4-11-16: Last week, the Warriors clinched the first overall seed and homecourt throughout the NBA playoffs with a victory over the visiting San Antonio Spurs. Then, after winning a nail biter in Memphis on Saturday, Golden State traveled to San Antonio. The Warriors won, 92-86, behind a game-high 37 points from Stephen Curry. They next get a couple days off before attempting to win their record-breaking 73rd game on Wednesday.
3-29-16: Since losing to the Spurs in San Antonio on March 19, the Warriors have won each of their last four games to move their record to 66-7. In each of the last two contests, Klay Thompson scored exactly 40 points, and both performances were game highs. Friday was an eight-point victory against the Mavericks, and Sunday was a 12-point win against the 76ers. Draymond Green also chipped in his 12th triple-double of the season on Sunday.
3-14-16: On Friday, the Warriors won, 128-112, as they prevented the Portland Trail Blazers from winning their second consecutive meeting. Although Andre Iguodala missed Saturday’s contest due to a left ankle sprain that he suffered on Friday, the Warriors won their fourth game in a row. Stephen Curry’s game-high 35 points led Golden State to the comeback victory. The Warriors look to finish their homestand with a perfect record, as they host the Pelicans and Knicks.
2-29-16: The Warriors, who became the quickest NBA team to clinch a playoff spot, won their fifth consecutive game on Saturday in the final game of their seven-game road trip. Stephen Curry was the game-high scorer on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, as he scored a combined 139 points in the contests. In Orlando on Thursday, Curry set a new record for the number of games in a row with a 3-pointer made. On Saturday in Oklahoma City, he tied the single-game record for 3-pointers made with 12.
2-24-16: Although the Warriors lost to the Portland Trail Blazers on Friday, that is Golden State’s only loss this February. On Monday, Stephen Curry’s game-high 36 points led the Warriors to their 50th victory of the season, a 102-92 win against the Hawks in Atlanta. Andrew Bogut returned from Achilles soreness to block five shots. In addition, the Warriors brought Anderson Varejao aboard for frontcourt depth.
2-16-16: The Warriors headed into the All-Star break on a strong note, as they extended their winning streak to 11 games. Golden State had just two double-digit scoring starters in the contest, but they were All-Stars Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, who combined for 50 points in the 112-104 victory over the Phoenix Suns.
2-10-16: The NBA’s best 51-game start ever belongs to the 2015-16 Warriors after they defeated the visiting Houston Rockets, 123-110, on Tuesday to win their 42nd straight home game. Stephen Curry’s 35 points led the Warriors to their 10th straight victory, which is good for the longest current winning streak in the league. Unfortunately, center Festus Ezeli, who has been out since the end of January, has undergone arthroscopic knee surgery on his left knee and hopes to be ready before the team starts the playoffs.
2-3-16: Sunday marked the Warriors’ seventh straight victory, as they defeated the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, 116-95, behind Draymond Green NBA-leading ninth triple-double of the season. Klay Thompson also put up a game-high 34 points on 14-for-18 shooting. Golden State is next in the District of Columbia to face the Washington Wizards.
1-12-16: Still the pace car for the Western Conference and the entire NBA, the Golden State Warriors have started a new winning streak and it’s at seven games. Still at 18-0 at Oracle Arena, the Warriors (36-2) have three games remaining this week against the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons.
1-4-16: Receiving their second loss with Stephen Curry out due to injury, the Golden State Warriors still have a three-game lead on the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference standings. At 8-2 in their last 10 games and on a two-game winning streak, the Warriors have four winnable games against the Charlotte Hornets, Los Angeles Lakers, Portland Trail Blazers and Sacramento Kings.
12-28-15: A new winning streak is forming for the NBA’s best team as the Golden State Warriors have pulled off four straight wins. They have one home game remaining on their current five-game homestand and then hit the road for two games against the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets.
12-21-15: The new winning streak is up to two games for the Golden State Warriors, who hold onto the top spot in the Western Conference. At 26-1, the Warriors have three more home games in part of their five-game home stand including a Christmas Day NBA Finals rematch against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
12-11-15: The breakdown: 23-0, 15-0 against the Western Conference, 8-0 against the Eastern Conference, 6-0 within their division, 10-0 at home, 13-0 on the road. The Golden State Warriors have two more road games against the Celtics and Bucks before returning home for the first time since November 28th.
11-20-15: As if a double-digit undefeated winning streak couldn’t get more impressive, the Golden State Warriors came back from 23 points on the road to the Clippers to reach 13-0. The streak can reach 15 with games against the Bulls and Nuggets this weekend.
11-13-15: We have reached double digits. The Golden State Warriors are off to a perfect 10-0 start and it’s near becoming a sin not watching Stephen Curry shoot the ball every night. The streak should reach 11, as they play the 1-7 Brooklyn Nets in their only game this weekend.
11-5-15: Certain NBA teams may regret calling last season’s championship run for Golden State “easy”, as they’re dominating opponents in the early part of this season. At a perfect 5-0, the Warriors have a 50-point win under their belt and have scored 110 points in every game so far.
10-6-15: The defending champions had their first preseason game on Monday night, defeating the Toronto Raptors by eight points in San Jose, California. League MVP Stephen Curry and the rest of the Warriors play on October 8th in Portland, Oregon against the Trail Blazers before Week 2 of the preseason begins.
6-17-15: On Tuesday night Game Six of the NBA Finals was played in Cleveland, with the Cavaliers' backs against the wall and the Golden State Warriors on the brink of a championship. Cleveland was the home team as the game took place inside the Quicken Loans Arena, but the team didn’t play like it in the first quarter taking an early 13 point deficit after the first twelve minutes. LeBron James and company led a charge back before halftime but the trio of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Andre Iguodala were too much to handle for the short sided Cavaliers. Curry and Iguodala each scored 25 points while Thompson managed five points in 24 minutes to make up for much of the Warriors offense on the night. While the offense was great the defense was that much better as the team notched 11 steals, 32 defensive rebounds, and forced 16 turnovers including six by LeBron. James once again carried the Cavaliers narrowly missing another triple-double when he posted 32 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists but it was not enough in the eventual 105-97 loss to Golden State to wrap up the series. This may have been an entirely different series if Cleveland had Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love but we may never know for sure. The Golden State Warriors are the 2014/2015 NBA Champions and Iguodala is the NBA Finals MVP.
6-15-15: On Sunday night the NBA Finals kicked back off with the series tied at 2-2 apiece with the pivotal Game Five going down in Golden State’s ORACLE Arena. Neither team wanted to be on the brink of elimination so Stephen Curry put his Golden State Warriors team on his back and went to war with LeBron James. Curry and James traded bucket for bucket and shot for shot for much of the contest as James looked well on his way to yet another NBA Finals triple-double in the contest. Curry may not have posted a triple-double but he did score 37 points with a ton of help from his supporting cast and his bench. The Cavaliers were short-handed on the bench and fatigue showed in the fourth quarter allowing Golden State to pull away and win the contest by the final score of 104-91. James did finish with a triple-double for Cleveland but it is Golden State that takes the 3-2 in the best of seven series.
6-12-15: On Thursday night the NBA Finals resumed with Game Four being played in Cleveland with the Cavaliers leading the best of seven series 2-1. After losing the last two games in the series the Warriors looked like a sleeping giant coming into the contest but by the time the final buzzer sounded the team definitely looked awake. Golden State had a bit of an offensive explosion in the fourth quarter of their Game Three loss to Cleveland and used that momentum and game plan here in Game Four and executed it to perfection. The Warriors had a seven point lead after one quarter and a 12 point lead at halftime before seeing that lead cut in half in the third quarter. In the fourth quarter Andre Iguodala and Stephen Curry exploded as the duo combined for 44 points in an eventual 103-82 rout of the Cavaliers. Iguodala came up big when the Warriors needed him most as Klay Thompson managed just nine points in 39 minutes in the series tying victory for Golden State. The best of seven NBA Finals is now tied at 2-2 apiece.
6-10-15: On Tuesday night the NBA Finals shifted to Cleveland with the series tied at one game apiece. Golden State won the first game of the series before the Cavaliers came roaring back with a Game Two victory in overtime setting up this pivotal Game Three. If Golden State wants to win this series and wanted to win this game they were going to need to get Stephen Curry more open shots to get him going offensively after a slow start to the series. Golden State started off this contest slow as well scoring just 37 points in the first half and 55 points entering the final quarter behind another slow night from Curry. The 2015 NBA Most Valuable Player scored 27 points with most of them coming in the fourth quarter when the Warriors offense finally decided to click but it was too little too late in a 96-91 loss to LeBron James and the Cavaliers. With the loss the Warriors now trail the Cavaliers 2-1 in the best of seven series.
6-8-15: On Sunday night the 2015 NBA Finals continued with Game Two of the series in Golden State after the Warriors took a 1-0 lead in the first contest. Golden State looked to take advantage of a short-handed Cavaliers team without Kyrie Irving inside their home court where they have posted a 47-3 record in their last 50 games. Another game and another contest that could not be decided in four quarters as these two teams battled back and forth until the five minute overtime period began. Unfortunately for the Warriors Stephen Curry had possibly his worst game of this playoff run scoring just 19 points in 42 minutes leading the offense to be run through Klay Thompson for much of the night. Thankfully for the Warriors Thompson scored 34 points in 45 minutes but the team had no answer for LeBron James. Golden State allowed James to drop a 39 point, 16 rebounds and 11 assist triple-double on them and allowed him to take over the overtime period in an eventual 95-93 loss for Golden State. With the loss the Warriors lost home-court advantage as the series was evened up at 1-1 apiece with the series now shifting to Cleveland for Game Three.
6-5-15: After a long layoff the NBA Finals finally kicked off on Thursday night with the #1 overall seeded Golden State Warriors representing the Western Conference and the #2 seeded Cleveland Cavaliers representing the Eastern Conference. Golden State has home-court advantage throughout the NBA Finals and hosted Game One inside the great state of California. Golden State seemed to be suffering from a bit of rust in the first half of the contest as the Warriors high flying offense trailed by three points at halftime and only managed 48 points total as a team. In the second half the Warriors took advantage of a visibly injured and hobbled Kyrie Irving to stage their comeback behind the duo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. The Warriors came roaring back to tie the contest in the third quarter and the game remained tied after regulation forcing a five minute overtime period. In the overtime Thompson and Curry took over as they combined for 47 points on the night leading the Warriors to a 108-100 victory. Despite allowing LeBron James to score 44 points to lead all scorers Golden State managed to hang on and take a 1-0 series lead in the best of seven series.
6-3-15: The Golden State Warriors kick off the NBA Finals at home this Thursday at the Oracle Arena in Oakland. where they will host the Cleveland Cavaliers in a much anticipated NBA Finals featuring the reigning MVP Steph Curry and the best player in the world, LeBron James. Warriors tickets for the opening game of the NBA Finals Thursday have an average price of $1,299.05 on the secondary market, with the cheapest seat price at $513. Warriors tickets have an average price of $1596.54 for the four potential games that could be played at the Oracle Arena. If necessary, Game 7 Warriors tickets at the Oracle Arena are the most expensive in this series at a current secondary average price of $2,053.97.
5-28-15: On Wednesday night the Golden State Warriors looked to wrap up their Western Conference Finals series with the Houston Rockets in five games and join the Cleveland Cavaliers in this year’s NBA Finals. Houston looked like they had a fighting chance on the road in Golden State when they held the high powered Warriors to just 17 points in the first quarter but the second quarter was an entirely different story wen Stephen Curry woke up erasing the early deficit and leading his team to a six point halftime lead. The Warriors continued to grind out the game until late in the fourth when it was obvious that Golden State had the game in hand. Dwight Howard led the Rockets in scoring with 18 points and 16 rebounds as well as dirty elbows and accidental knees to the head forcing the Warriors Klay Thompson out of the contest late with a concussion. The Warriors went on to win the game and the series by the final score of 104-90 despite losing Thompson behind Curry’s 26 points and six assists. The Warriors are headed to the NBA Finals to face off with the Cleveland Cavaliers while the Houston Rockets are headed home for a long summer.
5-26-15: On Memorial Day the Golden State Warriors looked to punch their ticket to the NBA Finals while the Houston Rockets looked to live another day and force a Game Five in the best of seven series. The game was played in front of the home crowd for the Rockets in Houston with many veterans and their families in attendance. During the contest the Warriors and their fans held their collective breathes as Stephen Curry had to leave the game after a hard fall early on in the contest. The team looked to rally the offense without Curry but after giving up 45 points to the Rockets in the first quarter the team looked a little deflated for the remainder of the contest. Klay Thompson did his best to pick up the scoring slack left by Curry but his 24 points were not enough in an eventual 128-115 loss to James Harden and the Rockets. Harden led all scorers in the contest with 45 points as Houston stayed alive forcing a Game Five, a Game Five that Curry has been cleared to play in for Golden State.
5-24-15: On Saturday night the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets played Game Three of the Western Conference Finals back in with the Warriors leading the best of seven series 2-0.Golden State came out of the gates firing on all cylinders with the NBA Finals in sight as the team held Houston to just 37 points in the first half as the Warriors took a commanding 25 point lead at halftime. Stephen Curry knocked down seven more three-point shots in the contest setting a new NBA record for three's in one playoff year as the Warriors easily disposed of the Rockets by the final score of 115-80. With the victory the Warriors are now just one victory away from punching their ticket to the NBA Finals as the team leads the best of seven series 3-0.
5-22-15: On Thursday night the Houston Rockets and the Golden State Warriors continued their Western Conference Finals series with Game Two bring played in Golden State. Golden State made it rain three point shots in Game One led by Stephen Curry’s eight three-point shots and were able to strike first in the best of seven series. In the second game Curry was once again on fire leading the Warriors with 33 points but the team had no answer for James Harden in the contest. Harden had 38 points and nine assists leaving Golden State with only one option if they wanted to win the game, simply outscore Houston. The Warriors took a narrow one point lead late into the contest but Houston had the final shot and Harden has his hands on the ball as he drove down for the final drive of the contest. All night long Harden scored almost at will against the Golden State defense but could not get the shot off as time expired allowing the Warriors to survive and win the contest by the final score of 99-98. The Warriors now lead the series 2-0 and have protected home court advantage before traveling to Houston for Game Three.
5-20-15: On Tuesday night the NBA kicked off their Conference Finals rounds of the playoffs with the Houston Rockets traveling to Golden State to take on the Golden State Warriors in Game One. Golden State came into the series as the #1 overall seed in the NBA and fresh off a six game victory over the Memphis Grizzlies leaving many to wonder if Golden State was not as invincible as everyone thought heading into the playoffs. The Warriors did not do much to quell those questions in the first quarter as the team may have been suffering from a little rust from their long layoff falling down by seven points early to Houston before Stephen Curry woke up. Curry led all scorers in the contest with 34 points as he led Golden State all the way back to a three point lead at halftime and a five point lead entering the fourth quarter at home. James Harden attempted to lead his team back but his 28 point night was not enough as Golden State survived to win the contest 110-106 to take a 1-0 series lead in the best of seven.
5-18-15: On Friday night Stephen Curry looked to put his Golden State Warriors team on his back one more time this series in hopes of advancing to the Western Conference Finals. Early on in the contest you could tell that Curry was going to have a good night as he knocked down not only the tough shots but his wide open shots and three point shots as well. Curry led Golden State to a 32 point first quarter and a nine point halftime lead before Memphis knew what hit them. In the second half Curry continued his three point shooting barrage and the Warriors continued their offensive barrage all the way to an easy 108-95 victory over the Grizzlies. With the victory the Warriors won their best of seven series 4-2 and will await the winner of the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers Game 7 contest. Curry finished with 32 points in the series clinching contest including eight three point shots while Klay Thompson added 20 points in the victory for Golden State.
5-15-15: On Wednesday night the Warriors were back at home in front of their home crowd in Golden State looking to come all the way back in the series to take a commanding 3-2 lead. Golden State looked like they had a fight on their hands early on as Memphis and Marc Gasol matched Klay Thompson shot for shot in the first quarter before the Warriors defense took over the contest. The Warriors were able to survive an off night of shooting from the NBA’s MVP Stephen Curry due to the fact that the defense allowed just 78 points total to Memphis in a 98-78 victory for the Golden State. Thompson led all scorers in the contest with 21 points as Golden State took a 3-2 lead in the best of seven series and will look to close the series out on Friday night.
5-12-15: On Monday night the Golden State Warriors played more like the team that led the league in scoring, had the league’s MVP in Stephen Curry and more like the team that had the best overall record in the NBA this season and less like the team that has struggled to put points on the scoreboard against the Grizzlies. Curry had his best game of the series in this contest leading all scorers with 33 points and five assists as the Warriors outscored Memphis in each of the first three quarters en route to a 101-84 rout of the Grizzlies on the road. Marc Gasol scored 19 points for Memphis but it was not nearly enough to keep the Warriors from tying up the series at 2-2.
5-11-15: On Saturday night the Warriors continued to struggle scoring points against the Grizzlies defense despite being the highest scoring offense in all of the NBA during the regular season. Golden State shot 43% from the court as a team but only in 74 shooting opportunities due to the Grizzlies rebounding superiority. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson once again led the charge for Golden State combining for 43 points in the contest but the team as a whole went cold from beyond the arc essentially shooting themselves in the foot late. Golden State managed to hit just six of 26 shooting from three point land including Curry going 2-10 in a tough 99-89 loss to the Grizzlies. With the loss the Warriors find themselves searching for answers and a way out of this 2-1 series deficit in the best of seven series.
5-6-15: On Tuesday night Stephen Curry played his first game since officially being named the NBA’s League MVP for the 2014/2015 season and may have suffered from a post-MVP hangover in the contest. Curry and the usually high powered Golden State offense was stagnant for much of the night with Curry managing just 19 points and six assists while Klay Thompson was almost non-existent in a 97-90 loss to the Grizzlies. Memphis used the return of Mike Conley and a strong defense to hold down the Warriors and steal home court advantage away from Golden State while evening up the best of seven series at 1-1.
5-4-15: On Sunday night the Golden State Warriors learned that one of their own had won the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award in Stephen Curry after a spectacular 2014/2015 regular season. Curry has not slowed down in the playoffs either after his team swept away the New Orleans Pelicans in the first round and looked to stay undefeated while protecting their home court against the Grizzlies on this night. Protect their home court they did as the Warriors came out leaving little doubt that there would be no rust after the long layoff between series when the team scored 32 points in the opening quarter and 61 before the halftime buzzer sounded. Golden State continued to extend their lead in the second half behind Curry’s 22 points and seven assist performance as the Warriors were able to easily cruise past the Grizzlies and win the game by the final score of 101-86. Golden State leads the best of seven series 1-0.
4-27-15: The Golden State Warriors clinched home court advantage through the entire Western Conference playoffs after posting a 67-15 record in the regular season. The Warriors clinched the #1 seed by winning their division and will play host to the #8 seeded New Orleans Pelicans after they went 45-37 this season. These two teams played four times during the regular season with Golden State taking three games to the Pelicans one game which cannot excite New Orleans heading into this series. Game One was played on Saturday afternoon in Golden State as each team took their first steps towards an NBA Championship.
4-4-15: The Golden State Warriors are one step closer to the Western Conference playoffs after another strong week last week in the NBA. With another strong week last week the team found themselves with a 58-13 record that left them with the #1 seed in the Western Conference Playoffs if the season ended today. If the playoffs started today the team would face off against the #8 seeded Oklahoma City Thunder in the first round. The Warriors started this week by making the trip out to Memphis to face off with Marc Gasol and the rest of the Memphis Grizzlies. During the game the Warriors sent a message to the rest of the Western Conference with a convincing victory over a great team 107-84 over the Memphis Grizzlies.
3-31-15: The Golden State Warriors come into the new week of the NBA season still sporting the NBA’s best record at 54-13. If the season ended today the Warriors would have the top seed in the Western Conference and would play host to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the first round of the playoffs. The Warriors started this week by staying at home in Golden State to play host to the New Orleans Pelicans. During the game the Pelicans attempted to hold on to the 8th seed in the Western Conference playoffs but they could not stop the 1st seed in the West in a 112-96 loss to the Golden State Warriors.
3-24-15: The Golden State Warriors have their eyes on a playoff spot after another strong week last week. With that strong week and a strong second half the Warriors are racing towards the playoffs with a 51-12 record. The Warriors started this week by making the trip out to Denver to face off with Ty Lawson and the Denver Nuggets. During the contest the Nuggets eclipsed the 30 point mark twice in the game while Golden State didn’t in an eventual 114-103 victory for Denver. The leading scorer in the contest was Kenneth Faried who had 24 points while Danilo Galinari also added 24 points in the victory for the Nuggets. Meanwhile the leading scorer for the Warriors was Justin Holiday who scored 23 points while both Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson took the night off in the loss for Golden State.
3-3-15: The Golden State Warriors come into the week fresh and rested up after the NBA All Star Week with one of the best records in the NBA this season sporting a 42-9 record. The Warriors started this week by staying at home in Golden State to play host to Tim Duncan and the San Antonio Spurs. During the contest each team shot well from the field but the Warriors distanced themselves from beyond the three point line in a 110-99 victory over the Spurs. The Warriors shot 51% from beyond the arc knocking down 17 three point shots led by Stephen Curry’s 25 points and Klay Thompson’s 20 points in the victory.
2-20-15: The Golden State Warriors had another great week last week and head into NBA All Star Weekend posting one of the best records in the NBA this season with a 42-9 record. The Warriors started this week by watching a very Warrior friendly and action packed NBA All Star Saturday Night. During the Shooting Stars Competition Stephen Curry led Dell Curry and WNBA star Sue Bird to an early first round exit as the team struggled to hit the half-court shot. Curry looked to redeem himself a bit later in the night when he competed in the Foot Locker Three Point Shooting Contest. Joining Curry in the competition was fellow All Star and teammate Klay Thompson. In the first round Curry knocked down 23 shots down while Thompson knocked down 24 shots as both men advanced to the final round. In the finals Curry knocked down an absolute staggering 27 shots including 13 in a row while teammate Thompson only knocked down 14 points in the loss to Curry.
2-9-15: The Golden State Warriors came into the week after another strong week that left the team atop the Western Conference with a 36-7 record. The Warriors started this week by making the trip to Salt Lake City to take on the Utah Jazz in a road contest. During the contest the Jazz shocked the world and the Golden State Warriors when the team won the game by the final score of 110-100. Utah’s offensive attack was led by 26 points and 16 rebounds from Gordon Hayward as the Jazz took down the Warriors. Golden State watched as Stephen Curry scored 32 points to lead all scorers but it was not enough in the loss for the Warriors. During the contest the Warriors held the Suns to just 36% shooting from the field as a team en route to a 106-87 victory for Golden State.
1-29-15: The Golden State Warriors came into the new week after another strong week that left the team with a
31-5 record, one of the best records in all of the Western Conference. The Warriors started this week by traveling to Oklahoma City to take on Russell Westbrook, Kevin Durant and the rest of the Oklahoma City Thunder. During the contest the Thunder and the Warriors knew early that they were in the middle of what was going to be a shootout. The Warriors offensive attack was led by 32 points from Klay Thompson and 19 points from Stephen Curry but it was not enough in the loss to the Thunder. Oklahoma City enjoyed 36 points from Kevin Durant and 27 points from Serge Ibaka in a 127-115 victory over Golden State. The Warriors were back out on the court the very next night in Houston when the team faced off with the Houston Rockets in a road contest.
1-12-15: The Golden State Warriors came into the week with one of the best records in all of the Western Conference after posting a 25-5 record. The Warriors started this week by staying home in Golden State to host the Eastern Conference’s best team in the Toronto Raptors. During the game the Warriors sent a message blowing out the best team in the Eastern Conference by the final score of 126-105. Golden State’s attack was led by 32 points from Stephen Curry while Draymond Green posted a triple-double with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists.
1-2-15: The Golden State Warriors have one of the best records in the Western Conference this season after posting a 23-5 record to start the 2014/2015 season. The Warriors started this week by staying home in Golden State to play host to their Western Conference foes in the Minnesota Timberwolves. During the contest Stephen Curry and the Warriors finally got back to their winning ways with a big scoring output. Curry led all scorers in the contest with 25 points while Klay Thompson added 21 in a 110-97 victory over the Wolves.
12-22-14: The Golden State Warriors have started the 2014/2015 campaign with the best record in the Western Conference posting a very impressive 19-2 record. The Warriors started this week by traveling to Dallas to take on the Dallas Mavericks in a matchup of two of the best teams in the Western Conference this season. During the contest the Mavericks let a flat start to the game bury them early when the team allowed a whopping 39 points to the Warriors in the first quarter. Dallas managed just 42 points in the first half as Stephen Curry and the Warriors took a huge 24 point lead with them into the half. Dallas made a bit of a run late in the contest to make the final score look better but the Warriors easily took down the Mavericks by the final score of 105-98 for their 15th straight victory and 20th win of the season.
12-15-14: The Golden State Warriors have started the 2014/2015 season with one of the best records in all of the Western Conference posting a very impressive 16-2 record to start the campaign. The Warriors started this week by putting their 11 game winning streak on the line against the Chicago Bulls on the road in Chicago. During the contest Chicago had no answer for the Golden State offensive attack although the team was able to score seemingly at will at times. This was a high scoring contest for both teams but the Warriors scored more than 30 points in the second quarter and the fourth quarter to win the game by the score of 112-102.
12-5-14: The Golden State Warriors have been one of the best teams in the Western Conference through the first five weeks of the season as the team has posted a 12-2 record. The Warriors started this week by traveling to Charlotte to take on Michael Jordan’s Charlotte Hornets team. The Hornets took a 80-74 lead into the fourth quarter against one of the best teams in the NBA this season after playing stellar defense against Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. During the contest the Warriors Marreese Speights went off in the fourth quarter as he attempted to lead his Memphis teammates all the way back after trailing early. Speights scored the first 16 points for the Warriors in the fourth quarter as the Warriors came back to beat the Hornets by the score of 106-101.
11-28-14: The Golden State Warriors have the best guard in the game in Stephen Curry and have one of the best records in the league to start the 2014/2015 season as the team posted an impressive 8-2 record to start the campaign. The Warriors started this week by heading back home to Golden State to host the Utah Jazz in a Western Conference showdown. In the game the Warriors were led six different players in double digits who picked up the slack while Stephen Curry was held to just 8 points on 3-9 shooting from the field. The Jazz looked to take advantage of a cold night from Curry behind 18 points from Enes Kanter but it wasn’t enough as the Warriors grinded out a 101-88 victory over Utah.
11-21-14: The Golden State Warriors have had one of the better starts to the 2014/2015 season as the team has posted a 6-2 record to start the new campaign. The Warriors started this week by traveling back home to host the Charlotte Hornets at home in Golden State. In the game Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry combined for 40 points and 14 assists while the Warriors shot an impressive 52% from the field as a team. The Hornets had a rough night shooting from the field as the team only managed 38% shooting on the night. Kemba Walker had a cold night shooting especially as he managed just 3-14 shooting from the field and 8 points in a 112-87 loss to Golden State.
11-14-14: The Golden State Warriors start to the 2014/2015 season could not have gone any better than imagined as the team started the first week of the campaign with a perfect 4-0. The Warriors started this week by traveling to Houston to take on a fellow perfect team on the road in the Houston Rockets. In the battle of the unbeaten Stephen Curry brought his A game as the guard led all scorers with 34 points in the contest while Andre Iguodala added 15 points in a 98-87 victory for the Warriors. Houston was led by 22 points from James Harden and 21 points from Isaiah Canaan but it wasn’t enough in Houston’s first loss of the season. As the league’s only unbeaten team left the Warriors set out on the road to take on the Phoenix Suns in their next contest.
11-7-14: The Golden State Warriors started their 2014/2015 season off last week by ruining the Sacramento Kings' home opener as they beat the Kings to start the season 1-0. With the 2014/2015 season entering its first full week the Warriors hosted their own home opener against the Los Angeles Lakers without Steve Nash and Julius Randle. In the game the Warriors Klay Thompson went off offensively scoring 41 points while Stephen Curry added 31 points in a game that Golden State won by the score of 127-104.
10-31-14: The Golden State Warriors tipped off the 2014-2015 season by facing off with the Sacramento Kings on the road after going 6-2 in the preseason. Golden State actually won their first two games of the preseason and won their final two games to ride the momentum into the regular season. The Warriors also extended Klay Thompson to a max extension before the season started to keep him in Golden State for at least four more seasons. The deal is estimated to be around $70 million but the league has yet to set the new maximum salary beyond the 2014/2015 season so we won’t know the true details until around July of 2015.