The Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are known as the "Splash Brothers," and Sacramento Kings big man DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins wants to join them. Unfortunately for Boogie, there are certain criteria that you must meet in order to be a Splash Brother. Show More Summary
California’s historic drought has sapped the state’s honey production and pushed prices to unprecedented highs. Photo by Flickr user Chaval Brasil An exceptional cut in rainfall has adversely affected honey production in the Golden state. Show More Summary
From the outside peering in, the Golden State Warriors appear every bit the part of a championship contender: two of the NBA’s most devastating shooters, a top-notch wing defender, a frontcourt awash in veteran moxie, all making up one of the best—if not the best—starting fives in the game. But, in the NBA as anywhere else, looks can be deceiving. Show More Summary
Bad calls are the bane of every NBA fan, player and coach’s existence. And Golden State Warriors All-Star guard Stephen Curry thinks he has found the perfect (if wholly fantastical, […] The post Stephen Curry Wants NBA Coaches to Throw NFL-Style Challenge Flags appeared first on SLAMonline.
Kent State football player Jason Bitsko, who was slated to start at center for the Golden Flashes this season, died Wednesday.
Stephen Curry wants to bring more fairness to the basketball court by adding a few extra pieces of flair to the sidelines. The Golden State Warriors guard suggested coaches should have red flags to throw, just like they do in the NFL, when they want to challenge a call. “Obviously refs are human and they […]
A team of biologists from UC Davis scoured the Sierras to measure the impacts of California’s “extreme” drought on fish, and the news was much worse than anticipated. Using notes from prior surveys, the team revisited habitats that supported sizable fish populations. What they found were little more than dry creekbeds: As we moved up […]
Many municipalities in the Golden State have now banned plastic bags. First, they came for our plastic bags; now they are coming after paper bags... at least in California. California Senate Bill 270 would prohibit grocery stores, convenience stores, wine shops, fast food joints and so forth from handing out free paper bags to their customers. Show More Summary
Bitsko was the Golden Flashes' starting center. Kent State starting center Jason Bitsko died unexpectedly Wednesday, the school announced. Bitsko was found unresponsive in his apartment by his roommate after he failed to show up to practice. Show More Summary
the Mayhem Van hits the Golden State for some fun in the sun with the Thunder Truck Co. The post Zumiez Best Foot Forward Episode #12 appeared first on Transworld Skateboarding.
Whether they intended on sending the message or not, the Golden State Warriors indirectly told sharpshooter Klay Thompson they value his game more than that of three-time All-Star Kevin Love. The Dubs' decision was never as simple as Thompson vs. Show More Summary
1. Golden State will rule in October "Don't know much about history... "Don't know much biology..." Dang. That time of year again, huh? Time to trade the sun block for the textbooks, the pool for the school. Already? Believe me, if I could roadblock summer's end, I would. "Don’t know much about geography..." Wait! I can help get you on track there. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors All-Star guard Stephen Curry certainly doesn’t lack any self-confidence. Curry, 26, says his goal is to be the NBA’s greatest floor general. Per CBS Sports Radio: “I’m […] The post Stephen Curry Attempting to Become the Best Point Guard in the NBA appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Golden State Warriors announced Friday that guard Shaun Livingston will be sidelined for 6-8 weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on the big toe of his right foot. Per the […] The post Shaun Livingston Out 6-8 Weeks Following Toe Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.
By Sean Higgins, The Washington Examiner For the California Teachers Association, the question is "Not If, But When" the Golden State adopts a right-to-work statute.
As the Golden State Warriors roll closer to the start of training camp, a big question still remains with the new coach Steve Kerr’s offense, will David Lee or Draymond Green get the nod as the starting power forward? The players play...Show More Summary
As California's historic drought continues to drain the Golden State of its precious liquid commodity, cemeteries throughout the Southland are adopting and experimenting with alternate ways to preserve water while maintaining the aesthetics of their burial grounds. Show More Summary
California's drought has been negatively affecting businesses throughout the Golden State, particularly in Folsom Lake, where water levels have shrunken so much that the area which should be bustling with beach-goers and water sport enthusiasts resembles a desert, resulting in a major drag on local businesses. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors received some unfortunate news Friday regarding newly signed guard Shaun Livingston. NBA.com’s official Twitter page provided the details: Livingston is expected to be in a splint for about three weeks after the surgery before he gradually works his way back. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors guard Shaun Livingston underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on the big toe of his right foot earlier this week and is expected to be out a minimum of six-to-eight weeks, the team announced today. The procedure, a debridement (cleaning out of debris) in his right big toe, was performed on Wednesday, August 13, by [...]