It doesn't matter from where or how the ball is shot—Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry really has unlimited range. This apparently includes sinking half-court shots while riding a PhunkeeDuck. It's casual. [ Under Armour, h/t CBS Sports ] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Golden State Warriors once again resisted their first impulse. Result, once again: success. Just as the Warriors considered trading shooting guard Klay Thompson for Kevin Love last summer until wiser heads prevailed, sources sayShow More Summary
LA Lakers trade rumors indicate a strong interest in David Lee. The Lakers could use Lee as a starting power forward next season, and it might not be a tough deal to pull off with the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors have been shopping...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors have announced the team’s roster and TV schedule for the 2015 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. Warriors Assistant Coach Luke Walton will coach the team in Golden State’s 10th summer in Vegas, which tips off on Friday, July 10. In addition to the team’s first round draft pick, Kevon Looney (30th [...]
The Golden State Warriors announced today changes within the team’s basketball operations staff, including the promotion of Larry Harris to director of player personnel, and the hiring of Lachlan Penfold as head of physical performance and sports medicine. Harris, a longtime NBA executive with more than 25 years of front office experience, has served as a [...]
Before the excitement of the Golden State Warriors' NBA championship fades away, take a good look at the leadership styles and behaviors of Head Coach Steve Kerr, regular season MVP Stephen Curry, Finals MVP Andre Iguodala, and regular season starting center Andrew Bogut. Show More Summary
The MVP and NBA champ didn't move to Silicon Valley for nothing. Andre Iguodala is having a moment. Read Full Story
Is there anything Andre can't do? The Golden State Warriors recently won the NBA Championship, but that's not the only reason we want to celebrate star player Andre Iguodala. We recently sat down with the basketball player and entrepreneur...Show More Summary
Fact: With Draymond Green's reported signing, Stephen Curry becomes the sixth-highest-paid Golden State Warriors player on the roster (behind Green, Klay Thompson, David Lee, Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala). Bleacher Report will beShow More Summary
As expected, the Golden State Warriors and restricted free agent Draymond Green have agreed to terms on a contract extension. Despite talk of a bump in the road during negotiations, The post Draymond Green Re-Signs With Warriors for Five Years at $85 Million appeared first on SLAMonline.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, the Golden State Warriors are fresh off their first NBA Finals victory in 40 years after defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers, and on the first day of NBA free agency, have retained their top target. Show More Summary
Draymond Green is coming back to the Golden State Warriors.
Despite a more-contentious-than-expected negotiation process, Draymond Green is staying with the Golden State Warriors. The free-agent forward and Golden State agreed to a five-year contract Wednesday to take one of the biggest free-agent dominoes off the board. Show More Summary
Green is still highly likely to stay with the Warriors, but it's surprising nonetheless. The Golden State Warriors and Draymond Green have broken off contract talks, opening the threat of Green signing an offer sheet elsewhere in free agency, according to Yahoo! Sports' Marc Spears. Show More Summary
, Lest you think that Steph Curry of the World Champion Golden State Warriors is a guy who lives and dies largely by jump shots, Under Armour would like to present this video. Of course, Steph Curry is Under Armour’s golden boy, so any good press for Steph is good press for the apparel company. […]
NBA championship in hand, the Golden State Warriors now turn to the wild free-agency period to reload and prepare for a second run. By most accounts, the Warriors got their offseason started on a good foot by grabbing Kevon Looney at the end of the first round in the 2015 NBA draft. Show More Summary
After losing against the Golden State Warriors in last season's NBA Finals, LeBron James could be planning to jump aboard the ship once more. In a recent report, the four-time MVP will allegedly opt out of his final year for Cleveland, which will make him an unrestricted free agent.
Draymond Green presumably hopes to stay with Golden State With NBA free agent negotiations kicking off at midnight tonight, here’s the San Francisco Chronicle reporting on the Warriors: Draymond Green said he would like to remain in Oakland with the only team he has played for in the NBA, but other teams are still showing interest in [...]
Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry may be one of the greatest three-point shooters in NBA history, but he's not limited to just taking jump shots. The 2014-15 NBA MVP (and now NBA champion) can also throw down some nice dunks. Curry showed off his hops and his dunking ability at his SC30 Select Camp. Show More Summary
OAKLAND, CA - MAY 05: Marc Gasol #33 of the Memphis Grizzlies warms up prior to the start of Game Two of the Western Conference Semifinals of the NBA Playoffs against the Golden State Warriors at ORACLE Arena on May 5, 2015 in Oakland, California. NOTE TO USER: User expressly [...]