The Golden State Warriors grabbed a 2-0 series lead over the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday night in Oracle Arena with a 97-87 win. According to NBA TV, it's the 20th home victory in a row for Golden State: Stephen Curry had 22 points...Show More Summary
With the No. 8 seed New Orleans Pelicans surging and hoping to upset the No. 1 seed Golden State Warriors at home, Stephen Curry somehow managed to turn what would have been a turnover into two points thanks to some heads-up passing. The Warriors went on to win 97-87, with this dunk serving as one of the most critical points late in the game. Show More Summary
Klay Thompson scored 26 points, Stephen Curry had 22 points and six assists and the Golden State Warriors regrouped from an early deficit to beat the New Orleans Pelicans 97-87 on Monday night and take a 2-0 lead in their first-round series.
New Orleans Pelicans coach Monty Williams believes that the Golden State Warriors' Oracle Arena is so loud that it might be "illegal," so Warriors fans were kind enough to help him deal with the noise. Somebody left earplugs on the scorer's...Show More Summary
Point guard Tyreke Evans will play for the New Orleans Pelicans in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors, while backup Jrue Holiday is out with an injury.
New Orleans Pelicans All-Star guard Jrue Holiday has been ruled out for the second game of the team's opening-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors on Monday with right leg soreness. Continue for updates. Holiday Out for Game 2 vs. Show More Summary
If the New Orleans Pelicans can harness the offensive focus that propelled them to a 33-point fourth quarter in their Game 1 loss to the Golden State Warriors, Game 2 should be a sight to behold. Although the Pelicans were downed, 106-99, by the top-seeded Warriors, the final frame provided a glimpse of what could be a competitive series. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors took care of business in the series opener against the underdog New Orleans Pelicans over the weekend, and Monty Williams thinks their famously boisterous fans had The post Pelicans Coach Monty Williams Says Warriors Fans are Too loud appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Golden State Warriors are essentially unbeatable at home, in no small part because of the legion of crazy-loud fans that pack Oracle Arena every game. There’s not much an opposing coach or player can do to mitigate such a home-court...Show More Summary
After an inauspicious beginning in Game 1 of their Western Conference playoff series against the Golden State Warriors, Anthony Davis and New Orleans Pelicans managed to make the final score look less like a blowout. The Pelicans scored...Show More Summary
Oracle Arena, the rollicking home of the Golden State Warriors, has been considered one of the NBA's loudest arenas for a long time. New Orleans Pelicans coach Monty Williams believes it might too loud.
The No. 3 Chicago Bulls take on the No. 6 Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference, while in the Western Conference, the No. 1 Golden State Warriors face off against the No. 8 New Orleans Pelicans Monday night for Game 2 of the NBAShow More Summary
Each Game 1 of the NBA playoffs has come and gone, and all eight teams head into their second games this week. In the West, the Golden State Warriors topped the New Orleans Pelicans, the Memphis Grizzlies routed the Portland Trail Blazers,...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors made their 2015 NBA playoffs debut by running through the gamut of emotions. What looked to be a blowout turned into a gut-wrenching 106-99 win over the New Orleans Pelicans on April 18. As the top seed, Golden State went into Game 1 with huge expectations. Show More Summary
The New Orleans Pelicans didn ’t beat the top-seeded Golden State Warriors on Saturday, but Anthony Davis’ team won something. Kind of. Despite losing 106-99, the Brow and Co. pushed the league’s top team right to the brink, proving to the world—and more importantly, to themselves—that they belong. Show More Summary
Don't let the single-digit margin or Anthony Davis' fourth-quarter explosion in Game 1 fool you. The Golden State Warriors treated their postseason opener the same way they approached the vast majority of the 82 regular-season contests...Show More Summary
New Orleans Pelicans point guard Tyreke Evans says an MRI on his left knee showed a deep bone bruise and he is questionable for Game 2 of their first-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors.
Want a sign of things to come? The first 2015 NBA playoff game went to overtime after one of the most entertaining regular seasons in recent memory. The following contests didn ’t disappoint either, as the Golden State Warriors received...Show More Summary
Draymond Green has been somewhat overshadowed by Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson all season, but he's been almost as instrumental to the Golden State Warriors' success. Saturday's playoff opener was no exception, as he nearly postedShow More Summary
The former Golden State Warriors coach gave his replacement a vote of confidence and spoke kindly of Stephen Curry. Former Golden State Warriors coach and current ESPN commentator Mark Jackson hasn't minced words about his ex-team. He...Show More Summary