Stephen Curry scores 40 points vs Heat The Golden State Warriors, playing on the road, beat the Miami Heat 114-97 Tuesday. They enjoyed an amazing performance from Stephen Curry, who so far in the 2014-15 NBA season is playing as well as anyone in the league. Golden State is now 11-2. Here’s CSN Bay Area reporting: As [...]
So much for Stephen Curry’s mini-shooting slump. Curry scored 40 points on 11-of-18 shooting, and the Golden State Warriors beat Miami.
The red-hot Golden State Warriors downed the Miami Heat Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena, 114-97, behind a season-high 40 points from Stephen Curry. The Warriors guard hit that mark on a scorching 8-of-11 shooting performance from three-point range as Golden State improved to 11-2 on the strength of its sixth straight win. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors defeated the host Miami Heat 114-97 on Tuesday thanks in large part to Stephen Curry going into god mode, which he has been known to do time and time again. The NBA's best shooter was heat-checking all night...Show More Summary
Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors (10-2) are on the road to take on Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat (8-6). It's the first meeting between the two this season. Tipoff : 7:30 p.m. ET Coverage: NBATV Keys to the Game With Dwyane Wade out with a hamstring injury, the Warriors can focus their solid defense on slowing down Bosh. Show More Summary
For those wondering how Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry's "hallway three" ritual began, here you go. Curry—with the help of his own assist man—lines up for a three-pointer in the team's tunnel before home games at Oracle Arena. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors need the steady scoring, rebounding presence and setup skills that David Lee can bring. But fitting the two-time All-Star back into the fold once his strained left hamstring heals won't be as simple as it sounds. Despite...Show More Summary
The Warriors are off to the best start in franchise history at 10-2. The offense has been electric with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson in the Golden State backcourt. While the offense shouldn't come as a surprise, the way the points are being put up should impress NBA observers. Show More Summary
The amusing war of words between Kendrick Perkins and Marreese Speights continued Monday, as the OKC Thunder center responded to Speights trashing his game. The Golden State Warriors’ big fella […] The post Kendrick Perkins Fires Back at Marreese Speights: ‘It’s His World’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The NBA has never seen the Golden State Warriors quite like this. Under first-year coach Steve Kerr, the Dubs have stormed out to their strongest start in franchise history (10-2). And there are reasons to believe this group can maintain this level of standard-setting play over the course of this 82-game marathon. It starts with balance. Show More Summary
The Warriors are still leading our power rankings, but both the Raptors and Grizzlies are on their heels. 1. Golden State Warriors (10-2, Last week: 1) The Warriors' reign continues despite a slow week. Still, a five-game winning streak is nothing to overlook, even if the quality of opponents hasn't been very high. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors big man Marreese Speights had a lot to say Sunday while playing against the OKC Thunder. Speights claims that OKC Thunder center Kendrick Perkins’ chirping motivated him […] The post Marreese Speights on Kendrick Perkins: ‘His Game is Terrible’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
OKC Thunder guard Reggie Jackson had himself a grand ol’ time dunking over much bigger players this weekend. Jackson weaved through the Golden State Warriors’ defense Sunday for a thunderous […] The post Reggie Jackson Dunks All Over the Warriors (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
At the beginning of the season, a matchup between the Golden State Warriors and the Oklahoma City Thunder would have been a mouth-watering prospect. Without Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, the Thunder have lost five straight games and entered Sunday at the bottom of the Western Conference. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Marreese Speights scored 28 points to help the visiting Golden State Warriors beat the Oklahoma City Thunder, 91-86, on Sunday night.
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut has struggled to live up to his potential since entering the league due to an inability to avoid injuries. There were high hopes for him entering the 2014-15 NBA season, but the big Aussie has...Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors guard Leandro Barbosa was ruled out for the remainder of Sunday night's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder with what's been characterized as a knee sprain. Rusty Simmons of The San Francisco Chronicle tweeted out the news: Barbosa is averaging 7.2 points and 1.7 assists per game on 48.6 percent shooting. Show More Summary
It has been a tale of two starts for the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors. The latter team has exploded out of the gate to a 9-2 record, sitting atop the Pacific division and defying already lofty expectations. The...Show More Summary
As his eyes roamed the action around the basket, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry steadily backed Lakers guard Jeremy Lin down low in the post.
Played well, basketball is a spectacularly beautiful game. Despite having a 9-2 record, the Golden State Warriors offense has frequently been bogged down by careless turnovers. The team has a trigger-happy reputation, but it's actually their defense—tied for best in the league with the Spurs—that has won them most of their games. Read more...