Plays from Golden State's repertoire are spliced into film studied by Steve Alford's Bruins
When Kevin Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder for the Golden State Warriors, he signed a one-year contract, although he said he viewed it as a long-term relationship.
In case you were wondering, no, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant have not buried the hatchet. Last spring the Oklahoma City Thunder blew a 3-1 series lead against the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. However, instead of re-signing with the Thunder to see if he could get them over the hump, Durant […]
More than five months after Kevin Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the Golden State Warriors, the relationship between Durant and Russell Westbrook still remains icy. Since leaving the Thunder, Durant has tried to downplay any major chasm between the two players, saying Westbrook will always be a friend to him. Show More Summary
Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook had a beef with a member of the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night, and it wasn't former teammate Kevin Durant. This time, it was Warriors big man Zaza Pachuli, who knocked Westbrook to the floor during a struggle for the ball late in the first...
The Golden State Warriors easily defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night, 121-100. It was the second time the teams met this (...)
The Oklahoma City Thunder faced the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night in a much-anticipated matchup between Russell Westbrook and his former teammate, Kevin Durant. But despite all the talent on the floor, even the great ones sometimes forget the most basic rules. Show More Summary
While the Golden State Warriors' superteam development, Houston Rockets' resurgence and Russell Westbrook's nightly triple-double pursuit have garnered the most attention, the San Antonio Spurs have slipped into the NBA's shadows. What's new, right? During the last month, San Antonio has posted an 11-4 record to reach the halfway point at 32-9. Show More Summary
Russell Westbrook was PISSED at the Golden State Warriors after Wednesday night's game -- vowing revenge on Zaza and apparently telling teammates to stay away from "bitch ass" Kevin Durant. The game wasn't exactly the friendliest -- with Zaza…
There are two very important parts of this clip from the Golden State Warriors' 121-100 win over...
Good morning. We have that and more in Thursday’s NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let’s basketball. LET THE HATE FLOW THROUGH YOU: The Thunder played at Golden State on Wednesday... and it didn’t go particularly well for Russell Westbrook. Show More Summary
There are two very important parts of this clip from the Golden State Warriors’ 121-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on (...)
Russell Westbrook's latest triple-double wasn't nearly enough Wednesday night as the Golden State Warriors rode Kevin Durant's efficient performance past the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-100.
Things got physical between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night at Oracle Arena. During the second quarter of the Thunder's 121-100 loss, Warriors center Zaza Pachulia was whistled for a flagrant foul...Show More Summary
This had to be what Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors had in mind when they added Kevin Durant over the summer. It's taken half a season to reach this point—and head coach Steve Kerr still uses the word "process" and various...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 121-100 on Wednesday and Russell Westbrook is already plotting his revenge. Specifically against Warriors big man Zaza Pachulia. Pachulia was whistled for a flagrant foul late in the second quarter after he knocked Westbrook to the court. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors were better than the Oklahoma City Thunder when Kevin Durant was on the latter. They are certainly better now that No. 35 is in the Bay Area. Durant and the Warriors overwhelmed the Thunder in the second half of Wednesday's game at Oracle Arena on the way to a 121-100 victory. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors forward David West suffered a non-displaced fracture of his left thumb on Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to Warriors PR on Twitter. Continue for updates. West Will Be Re-Evaluated in 2 Weeks Thursday, Jan. Show More Summary
Things got chippy when Draymond Green was called for a flagrant-1 foul after knocking down LeBron James during the second quarter of the Golden State Warriors' 126-91 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday. Cavaliers head coach...Show More Summary
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