A pair of Golden State Warriors fans, on their way home from Oracle Arena after their team was eliminated from the NBA Playoffs, were killed in a shooting Thursday night. Christopher Beardon and Terrance Marks were headed home in a white...Show More Summary
The 2013-14 season was a year to remember for the Golden State Warriors, but one that their All-Star big man David Lee would like to soon forget. While he was a key contributor in leading the Warriors to 47 regular-season wins and just...Show More Summary
After closing out the Golden State Warriors in six games, the San Antonio Spurs now advance to face the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference finals—where they have unfinished business, according to Tony Parker. The All-Star point...Show More Summary
They gave it one hell of a shot. The Golden State Warriors’ season came to an abrupt halt Thursday night, falling 94-82 to the San Antonio Spurs in a win-or-stay-home situation. Despite all the makings of a possible storybook ending, the Cinderella story came to an end at the hands of a team that was just not interested in allowing a happy finish. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors far exceeded everyone’s expectations this season, but we learned a lot about this team from their second-round playoff series. At the start of the series, the Dubs came out of the gate flying by dominating the tempo, spacing and shot selection. Show More Summary
Even though the disappointment of the Golden State Warriors' playoff elimination was still fresh, Stephen Curry stepped to the podium after Game 6 and confidently asserted that he and his team could be even better in the 2013-14 season. Show More Summary
Rookie forward Draymond Green walked out of Golden State's practice facility Friday holding a yellow "We Are Warriors" shirt in his hand, taking home the small souvenir to savor the team's captivating playoff run a little longer.
Danny Green failed to step up quickly enough on a pick, allowing Golden State's Stephen Curry to hit an open 3-pointer. The roar of the Oracle Arena crowd Thursday night was nothing compared to Tony Parker's tirade at Green over the defensive lapse.
The Golden State Warriors are one of the saddest franchises in the NBA. Coming into the 2012-13 season, they had made just two playoff appearances over the last 20 years. One was in 1994, when they got swept by the Suns in the first round. The other was in 2007, when they managed to upset [...]
Two men, reportedly on their way home from the Golden State Warriors playoff game, were killed last night after a gunman riddled their Porsche with bullets along the 880 in Oakland. When police arrived at the scene, they found one man already dead inside the car, the other ejected onto the freeway. [ more › ]
Slow at the start of the series and strong at the end, the San Antonio Spurs wore out the Golden State Warriors the way they have so many other opponents. Tim Duncan had 19 points and six rebounds, Kawhi Leonard added 16 points and 10 rebounds and the Spurs held off a furious final rally to [...]
With San Antonio's win over Golden State, the Spurs are now one step closer to winning a fifth championship during the Tim Duncan and Gregg Popovich era. In fact, this will be the eighth time Tim Duncan has played in the Western Conference finals. Show More Summary
Results on Tuesday from the second round of the NBA playoffs (all series best-of-seven): Western Conference at San Antonio San Antonio 109 Golden State 91 (San Antonio leads series 3-2) Eastern Conference at Indianapolis Indiana 93 New York 82 (Indiana leads series 3-1) afp
I can't tell you tonight's Game Six home loss to the San Antonio Spurs broke my heart. In order for a heart to be broken, one must fully dedicate it to another party—a person, a career, or in this case, a sports team. My heart was not fully dedicated to the 2012-13 Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary
For the Golden State Warriors, this is just the beginning. Golden State fell to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals, putting an end to their Cinderella-esque postseason run. But this isn’t it. And the Warriors want Dubs Nation to know that. With a young core in place, the Warriors [...]
With their 94-82 Game 6 win over the Golden State Warriors, the San Antonio Spurs will advance to the Western Conference Finals for the eighth time in the Tim Duncan era, where they will face a rested and ready Memphis Grizzlies team. Show More Summary
An exemplary defensive effort and a balanced scoring attack fueled the San Antonio Spurs' series-clinching 94-82 win over the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 on Thursday night. Oracle Arena was rocking, but it didn't deter San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich's crew from dealing 27 assists and holding off a Warriors' rally in the second half. Show More Summary
If there is a silver lining in being eliminated at home, it requires a team like Golden State to take advantage of it. After their loss to the Spurs, the Warriors came back out on the court to high-five their fans, and Steph Curry took the mic to thank the crowd. Read more...