The Oklahoma City Thunder are flying under the radar this season thanks to the brilliance of teams like the Golden State Warriors or the compelling train wreck that is the New York Knicks. Since Kevin Durant returned from injury, the Thunder have gone 7-1 and are in the thick of the playoff hunt. Show More Summary
Wednesday's NBA slate is loaded with 10 games. We'll have highlights and reaction from around the league. The Golden State Warriors arrived in Memphis in possession of the NBA's best record and a 16-game win streak. All season they had looked like a perfect basketball team, the type that God would design if he were a general manager. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut's troublesome right knee will keep him out against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night.
The Golden State Warriors have a full-fledged MVP candidate in Stephen Curry, a handful of guys in the Most Improved Player award running and more than enough two-way talent to be labeled as NBA elites. But they do not have a championship...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are off to their best start in franchise history, and they are making it look easy. The team has a one-of-a-kind chemistry that perfectly fits head coach Steve Kerr’s offense and overall attitude. As great as this team is playing, the NBA season is still very young. Show More Summary
Could the former Warriors head coach be the next man to lead the Kings? The Sacramento Kings met with former Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson to discuss the team's head coaching vacancy following a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder...Show More Summary
The Memphis Grizzlies beat the Golden State Warriors 105-98 in a matchup of two of the best teams in the NBA and they got a little help from the officials and one player who had a little too much fun with a bad call. With just three minutes left and Memphis up by five, Mike Conley of the Grizzlies drove to the lane for a layup. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors hadn’t lost in 16 attempts, until Tuesday night. The Memphis Grizzlies used a typically-balanced attack to halt the Dubs’ winning streak, taking down the visitors 105-98. […] The post Memphis Ends the Warriors’ Winning Streak at 16 (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Memphis hands Golden State its first loss since Nov. 11, and everything else that happened in the NBA on Tuesday night. The Golden State Warriors arrived in Memphis in possession of the NBA's best record and a 16-game win streak. All season they had looked like a perfect basketball team, the type that God would design if he were a general manager. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors were fighting desperately to keep their 16-game win streak alive on Tuesday against the host Memphis Grizzlies, so they weren't too happy about this missed call that proved costly in the 105-98 loss. Grizzlies...Show More Summary
The host Memphis Grizzlies snapped the Golden State Warriors' 16-game winning streak on Tuesday with a 105-98 win behind 24 points and seven rebounds from center Marc Gasol. Zach Randolph had 17 points and 10 rebounds for Memphis (20-4), while point guard Mike Conley dropped 17 points and five assists as the Grizzlies won their fifth straight game. Show More Summary
The 21-3 Golden State Warriors still own the league's best record after Tuesday night's 105-98 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, but their dominant 16-game winning streak finally came to an end against a team making a statement in its own...Show More Summary
It wasn’t exactly an upset. The Golden State Warriors’ magical, chocolatey, 16-game win streak was bound to end sometime, and there’s no shame in losing to the beastly Marc Gasol and his equally beastly Memphis Grizzlies, 105-98. Pau’s baby bro went for 24 points, Zach Randolph and perhaps the league’s most underrated point guard Mike […]
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is sitting out his fourth straight game with an injured knee.
At some point in the not-so-distant future, the Golden State Warriors must sacrifice a pricey veteran in order to keep a constantly improving prospect around. Unless they want to bite a major luxury tax bullet, that much is a given. What remains uncertain is just which veteran they would be willing to part with: David Lee or Andre Iguodala. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are still going streaking, a weeks-long affair the Memphis Grizzlies look to end Tuesday night on their own turf. Working off a 16-game win streak, the Warriors have looked near unstoppable. They own the NBA's fifth-best offense, as well as the top-ranked defense. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are sitting atop the NBA, joining historic company as a result of the team's fierce start to the season. With only two losses in their first 23 games (21-2), the Warriors could join a shortlist of squads that started the season this hot and won the championship. Show More Summary
The (21-2) Golden State Warriors look like world-beaters, owning the NBA’s best record and having won sixteen straight ballgames. Head coach Steve Kerr wants to manage expectations, naturally, and completely […] The post Steve Kerr on the Warriors Possibly Winning 72 Games: ‘Oh God, No’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Golden State Warriors and Memphis Grizzlies will spend Tuesday night trying to smash each other to bits while the San Antonio Spurs, the indomitable reigning NBA champs quietly coasting through another formality of a regular season,...Show More Summary
Monday, December 15 Los Angeles Lakers at Indiana Pacers (NBAtv 7 pm) Local Broadcast Tuesday, December 16 Golden State Warriors at Memphis Grizzlies (ESPN 8 pm) Mike Breen, Doug Collins Oklahoma City Thunder at Sacramento Kings (ESPN 10:30...Show More Summary