Los Angeles Lakers head coach Byron Scott insisted that Kobe Bryant's role on the team wouldn't change d espite his tough start to the season that included a 1-of-14 performance from the field against the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday. "I haven't thought about reducing his role," Scott said Wednesday, per Baxter Holmes of ESPN.com. Show More Summary
Although Steph Curry and Lionel Messi are involved in different sports, comparisons are natural between these two superstars at the very top of their game. The former, the talisman of NBA outfit Golden State Warriors, thinks the parallels...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors handily won against the Los Angeles Lakers, 111-77, on Tuesday to extend their winning streak to 16, officially giving them the distinction of having the best start for the season in the history of the NBA.
DENVER — As Stephen Curry dribbles his way toward the awaiting screen from Draymond Green, he knows two defenders will eagerly meet him well outside the three-point arc. The defenders' goal is to prevent Curry from launching an easyShow More Summary
Kobe Bryant struggled through one of the worst outings of his career on Tuesday night, when he missed 13 of 14 shots and scored only four points in a 111-77 loss to the Golden State Warriors. Coach Byron Scott gave Bryant the day off Wednesday when the rest of the team practiced, but said he has...
Here’s ESPN.com reporting on Kobe Bryant, who may be playing his final season in the league and unleashed a brutal brickfest yesterday against the Golden State Warriors: A thin line separates confidence and delusion, and Kobe Bryant is straddling it. It’s the only objective conclusion one could reach after judging the Los Angeles Lakers star’s comments Tuesday after [...]
The 2015-16 Los Angeles Lakers made a small bit of unwanted franchise history in Tuesday's ugly 111-77 loss to the Golden State Warriors, finishing a regular-season contest without any players scoring more than 10 points for the first...Show More Summary
Despite Kobe Bryant’s pre-game hopes and wishes, the Golden State Warriors beat the brakes off the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night for their record-setting 16th win in a row The post Byron Scott: Showtime Lakers Would Beat These Warriors appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Golden State Warriors set an all-time NBA record with Tuesday's 111-77 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, becoming the first team in league history to win its first 16 games of a season, per ESPN Stats & Info. Reigning MVP StephenShow More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers are fully aware of what the Golden State Warriors doing, and according to J.R. Smith, the Cavs would love another crack at the Dubs for all the The post J.R. Smith Hoping for a Cavs-Warriors NBA Finals Rematch appeared first on SLAMonline.
With Tuesday night's 111-77 win over the Los Angeles Lakers, the Golden State Warriors officially have the best start in NBA history, winning their first 16 games. What are some of the best plays of those first few games? Watch as Bleacher Report highlights some of the best moments of the Warriors' historic run in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Things weren’t great for Kobe Bryant Tuesday night in Oakland, as his Los Angeles Lakers endured a 111-77 beating from the Golden State Warriors and some guy got so into his promotional shot that he went full throat slash at actual NBA players on the court. @unstoppablebaby pic.twitter.com/JqCAADOACD — Half Court Hoops (@HalfCourtHoops) November 25, […]
If you missed the Golden State Warriors' steamrolling of the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night, you've come to the right place. I say this, because I can't think of a quicker way to recap the Warriors throttling the Lakers and making...Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors interim Coach Luke Walton might be riding high now that his team has set an NBA record with 16 straight wins to start a season. But he's apparently not doing that riding in his Mercedes-Benz. That was stolen Nov. 17, Alameda County Dist. Atty. Nancy O'Malley said late Monday....
The Golden State Warriors blew out the Lakers last night to improve to 16-0 on the season — the best start in NBA history. But their perfect record doesn’t even do justice to how hot Stephen Curry & Co. are right now under interim coach Luke Walton, who’s filling in... More »
What makes the Golden State Warriors so good? Here are five Journal stories from the past year that explain Golden State's incredible run.
With the eyes of the NBA on last night’s record-setting matchup between the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Bryant had a chance to rewrite the latest chapter of his career. With his stats down across the board...Show More Summary
With all due respect to the formidable future Luke Walton has in his profession, this perfect Golden State Warriors start just goes to show how little coaching actually matters. Quality players in healthy states of mind and body dictate...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are dominating headlines, but the return of a former No. 1 overall draft pick and the play of the consensus No. 1 prospect for next summer's draft are two other important storylines basketball fans should be...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors have now established the best start in NBA history, going 16-0 by taking down the hapless Los Angeles Lakers 111-77 on Tuesday night. Two other teams The post WATCH: Warriors Set NBA Record With 16-0 Start appeared first on SLAMonline.