California’s drought and how it’s handled show just what kind of place the Golden State is becoming: feudal, super-affluent and with an impoverished interior.
Golden State Warriors fans had a lot to cheer about Saturday (April 18). Stephen Curry led the Warriors past the New Orleans Pelicans in Game 1 of the first-round playoff series. Curry scored 34 points, hitting on 13-of-25 shots, and at times completely taking over the game himself. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors looked to get their postseason off to a strong start Saturday night, when they took on the New Orleans Pelicans in Game 1 of their Western Conference playoff series. The explosive Warriors were the league's best team in the regular season, but Anthony Davis and the Pelicans posed a tough test. Show More Summary
Stephen Curry scored 34 points, Klay Thompson added 21 and the Golden State Warriors survived a furious New Orleans Pelicans rally to win Game 1 of their Western Conference first-round playoff series, 106-99, at Oracle Arena Saturday...Show More Summary
The NBA's best started the postseason in style. The Golden State Warriors dominated the vast majority of their Game 1 contest against the New Orleans Pelicans and overcame a late comeback attempt in a 106-99 victory. MVP candidate Steph Curry stole the show as usual, pouring in 19 first-half points to finish with a team-high 34. Show More Summary
Stephen Curry scored 34 points with an MVP-worthy performance, and the Golden State Warriors went up big before holding off the New Orleans Pelicans 106-99 in their playoff opener Saturday.
Although the New Orleans Pelicans struggled for much of Game 1 in their opening-round playoff series against the Golden State Warriors on Saturday, the Pelicans' 6'10" forward Anthony Davis provided a late highlight when he took to the sky to grab a lob from point guard Norris Cole, throwing down a huge alley-oop. Show More Summary
The Warriors surged ahead of the Pelicans early and hung on after a late Pelicans rally to win Game 1, 106-99 The New Orleans Pelicans were thrilled to make the NBA Playoffs. On Saturday, they got their wake-up call. The league-leading Warriors flexed their full muscle, racing to a 15-point first-quarter lead and winning Game 1, 106-99. Show More Summary
Wait... is his hand above the box? Golden State Warriors vs. New Orleans Pelicans hasn't been the most compelling of games, but none of that matters because we've gotten to enjoy two solid hours of being entertained by Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis. Davis' highlight of the game came late and he went waaay above the rim. Just how high did he go for this alley oop? Check it out.
The New Orleans Pelicans were dealt a potentially major blow to their chances of upsetting the Golden State Warriors in their first-round playoff series, as Tyreke Evans had to leave Game 1 with a knee injury. Continue for updates. Evans...Show More Summary
Even with New Orleans Pelicans big man Anthony Davis draped all over him, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry was still able to find a way to convert this ridiculous reverse layup during Game 1 of his team's opening-round playoff series on Saturday. Show More Summary
Both the eighth-seeded New Orleans Pelicans and top-seeded Golden State Warriors were led to their first-round matchup by a transcendent talent. Anthony Davis had one of the most statistically dominant seasons in decades. Stephen Curry’s steady hand at the point powered Golden State to an NBA-best and franchise-record 67 victories. Show More Summary
All the information you need about the NBA playoffs in one place. The NBA playoffs are finally here. After one of the most exciting regular seasons in recent memory, the field is set. The Golden State Warriors finished with the best record in the league and look like the favorite to come out of the West, thanks to the superb play of Stephen Curry. Show More Summary
The rebuild ended a long time ago. Losing is now only a memory, not a distant one, but a memory nonetheless. The gauntlet has finally been set. After one of the greatest regular seasons in NBA history, the Warriors are getting ready to actually win something. Show More Summary
If you are a longtime basketball fan who can’t shake the notion of the Warriors as a sad-sack franchise, or if you pay too much attention to Charles Barkley-class pundits’s ramblings about jump shooting and experience, this is going to sound crazy to you, but let’s get straight to it: the Golden State Warriors are going to win the NBA Finals. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs are favored to win the NBA playoffs from the deep Western Conference. The Golden State Warriors finished the regular season with a 39-2 record straight-up and 26-14-1 record against the spread at home. Show More Summary
It's time for the lead Splash Brother to make playoff waves. After a 67-win regular season and an individual performance that could very well lead to the Most Valuable Player award, the Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry should come out on fire in Game 1 of his team's first-round series against the New Orleans Pelicans. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors forward David Lee will miss Saturday’s playoff game against the New Orleans Pelicans with a back injury. Continue for updates. Lee Will Miss Game 1 Against Pelicans Friday, April 17 Rusty Simmons of The San Francisco...Show More Summary
A video game simulation of the NBA playoffs sees the Golden State Warriors beating the Cleveland Cavaliers, after getting by what would have been an exhausted San Antonio team.
Before Steve Kerr was a rookie head coach for the Golden State Warriors, he was Charles Barkley’s co-worker at Turner. So does (...)