The NBA's first unanimous MVP, Stephen Curry, was a draft sandwich between the Golden State Warriors' 2008 first-round selection, Anthony Randolph, and 2010 sixth overall pick, Ekpe Udoh. While Curry and the Golden State Warriors are...Show More Summary
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Thunder won’t say they have to win Game 6 against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday to win the Western Conference finals. The alternative is less than ideal. Win at home on Saturday and Oklahoma City will advance to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2012. Lose and […]
The Thunder won't say they have to win Game 6 against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday to win the Western Conference finals.
The Golden State Warriors lived to see another Playoff battle Thursday night, taking down the OKC Thunder 120-111 in Game 5, and Draymond Green says his confidence remains at an The post Draymond Green: ‘Not a Doubt in My Mind’ Warriors Reaching NBA Finals appeared first on SLAMonline.
On a night that saw the Golden State Warriors comes back in the NBA Western Conference Finals to beat the series-leading Oklahoma City Thunder 120-111 in Game 5 on TNT, and ESPN had the eminently watchable 88th Annual Scripps National...Show More Summary
Fact: Stephen Curry is the first Golden State Warrior to have 30+ points, 5+ assists, 5+ rebounds and 5+ steals in a playoff game since at least 1983-84. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engagingShow More Summary
Golden State understood that the way to beat the Thunder was to go big. The Warriors had no problem shedding their modern approach to the game to go with more traditional units. The Warriors made believers out of skeptics when they switched...Show More Summary
On Thursday night, the Golden State Warriors extended the Western Conference Finals to at least one more game after a 120-111 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder as the series shifts back to OKC for Game 6. During the 4th quarter, Steph Curry came up with a clutch steal against Kevin Durant pretty much sealing […]
Draymond Green was in the middle of a rough stretch following the Golden State Warriors second straight loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder to fall behind 3-1 in the teams' NBA playoff series. "I'm frustrated right now, mainly because I know what I've been to this team for years now and I haven't...
Game 5 offered the defending champs reprieve, but Golden State will have to play a lot better on the road to complete the comeback. On one hand, the Golden State Warriors did exactly what they needed to do on Thursday night in Oakland: they survived. Show More Summary
With their season on the line in Game 5 Thursday night, the defending champion Golden State Warriors survived and forced a Game 6 back in OKC with a 120-111 victory The post Warriors Force a Game 6 vs Thunder (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
After last night’s loss to the Golden State Warriors, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant were asked if they think Steph Curry is an underrated defender. Westbrook reacted like he’d just been asked if he likes to shop at T.J. Maxx. Read more...
Curry had struggled mightily in the past two games, particularly Game 4, but his huge showing on Thursday proved Golden State still has a chance. Stop giving Stephen Curry excuses. He looked fine in Game 2, and in Game 6 against Portland. Show More Summary
Andrew Bogut responded to his coach's challenge with a big game for the Golden State Warriors as they kept alive their NBA season on Thursday.
The Golden State Warriors were good enough when they needed to be, beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 120-111 Thursday to stave off elimination in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals. Despite the season-saving result, the Warriors' chances of toppling the Thunder twice more seem slim. Show More Summary
Andre Iguodala and Harrison Barnes bombed in 3-pointers on consecutive possessions during an eight-point flurry that opened a 12-point lead early in the fourth quarter, and the Golden State Warriors held on from there to stay alive in the Western Conference finals with a 120-111 victory over the Oklahoma Thunder on Thursday night.
The Golden State Warriors aren’t going home. There’s still at least one more game to play. Stephen Curry made sure of it in the closing minutes Thursday night at Oracle Arena. With the Oklahoma City Thunder still within striking distance in a game that could have ended the Warriors’ season, Curry...
The best regular-season team in NBA history isn't going down without a fight. The Golden State Warriors kept their 73-win season alive Thursday with a 120-111 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals. Show More Summary
Golden State, which set an N.B.A. record for the most wins in a single season, is still in a desperate situation, facing elimination in Game 6 in Oklahoma City on Saturday.
The Warriors still trail 3-2 but they've extended the series against Oklahoma City. Golden State is alive. The Warriors still trail 3-2 in the series, but a 120-111 win against the Thunder on Thursday will extend their incredible season,...Show More Summary