In the last week we've heard from NBA legend Phil Jackson and Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr talking about their own marijuana use and how they think professional sports leagues like the NBA and NFL should change their marijuana...Show More Summary
NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly stood behind the name of the league’s newest franchise on Wednesday despite the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s refusal to accept a trademark request submitted by the Vegas Golden Knights. “We consider this a routine matter,” Daly said in an emailed statement about the USPTO’s initial denial of the trademark […]
Steve Ballmer, as usual, was in a good seat to watch the Golden State Warriors beat the Los Angeles Clippers. Here is video of him excitedly (...)
That can’t happen again if the Clippers want to challenge the Warriors in the future. Less than two minutes into the the first quarter of the Clippers’ 115-98 loss to Golden State on Wednesday, Blake Griffin committed his first turnover:...Show More Summary
USA TODAY Sports' Sam Amick discusses the state of the Los Angeles Clippers after being beaten convincingly by the Golden State Warriors.
LOS ANGELES — The Golden State Warriors have changed the way the game is played. Now they have the power to change even more—including the baseline for integrity of the game—with the example they choose to set with their dominance. The...Show More Summary
The league has six months to submit evidence in response to the United States Patent and Trademark Office denial. The NHL and the Black Knights Sports and Entertainment group will be responding to the United States Patent and Trademark...Show More Summary
Can Golden State extend its win streak to four on the road in Utah?
SALT LAKE CITY -- Slowing down Golden State's offense is a bit like trying to move a mountain with bare hands. The Warriors are scorching one defense after another with their ability to relentlessly score from anywhere on the floor.
Five passes, four players, three points... Golden State moves the ball, but the secret lies in how it presses in transition
LOS ANGELES (AP) Golden State lacked its usual outside shooting touch. The Warriors still had an easy time with the Clippers.
“They’ve been doing it here for four or five years and it hasn’t been working,” he said. “So it’s time to try something new.” The Golden State Warriors fundamentally picked apart the Los Angeles Clippers, torching them in a 115-98 win at Staples Center on Wednesday. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Clippers are—in theory—a title contender in the Western Conference, but it is difficult to call any other team a contender if the Golden State Warriors play like they did Wednesday. The defending Western Conference champions eviscerated Los Angeles at Staples Center, 115-98, thanks to a balanced offensive attack. Show More Summary
The sound was exactly what everyone envisioned on this first big night of the season, Staples Center filled with screams and shrieks and wonder. But the noise was coming from Golden State Warriors fans. The sight was exactly what everyone predicted, a desperate team making a bold statement against...
The Warriors blew the Clippers out, and they didn’t even shoot that well. It was a thorough domination. The Clippers’ home game against the Warriors was a litmus test, a chance to prove they were a worthy playoff contender to the league’s most terrifying team, and they failed miserably. Show More Summary
Klay Thompson scored 24 points, Draymond Green added 22 points and the Golden State Warriors routed the Clippers, 115-98, on Wednesday night for their seventh consecutive victory over Los Angeles. Stephen Curry had 19 points for Golden State while Kevin Durant, who came into the game averaging...
Klay Thompson scored 24 points, Draymond Green added 22 points and the Golden State Warriors routed the Clippers 115-98 for their seventh straight win over Los Angeles
The NHL's 31st franchise that was awarded to Las Vegas hit a snag just weeks after revealing its new team name, the Golden Knights. On Wednesday, the team's application to trademark the name was turned away by the United States Patent...Show More Summary
Many people look forward to the day they can hang up their work clothes for good and enjoy their golden years. For most people, retirement occurs sometime in their late 60s or even their 70s. However with careful planning and prudent financial management, it is possible to retire even earlier. Show More Summary
Las Vegas will be the 31st team in the NHL starting next season. Just a few weeks out from the reveal of their name and logo, the Vegas Golden Knights have hit a setback, as their trademark request was denied by the United States Patent...Show More Summary