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Kent Bazemore has only seen some 28 minutes of NBA action this season, but that’s not stopping the Warriors’ undrafted rookie from having his own highlight reel. When he isn’t tearing it up in Santa Cruz with the D-League affiliate or having a spot check-in for his lock-down defense, Bazemore and his contributions are pretty much summed up in this video—entertaining us from the bench when the Warriors make a good play or the other team makes a bad play. It goes to show he isn’t concerned or bitter about playing time and is making the most of his NBA experience.
It’s hard to pick out a favorite celebration, but a good place to start is his Blake Griffin celebration Wednesday night, forever immortalized in this glorious GIF:
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The Golden State Warriors have been the NBA’s most improved team this season, and one of the driving forces behind their remarkable turnaround has been the play of their bench. While Andrew Bogut, the team’s major acquisition, remains sidelined with his latest injury, unsung additions Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry have combined to form what is arguably the league’s most powerful...
“I’ll definitely play this season,” Bogut said on Saturday. “I think I’ll be ready to play this season. It’s just a matter of when.”
Bogut was the Warriors’ star recruit when traded from the Milwaukee Bucks last March, but after undergoing microfracture surgery on the ankle and missing the Australian squad’s London Olympic campaign, he rushed himself back to play...
Winning 15 of their last 19 games, Warriors’ David Lee and Stephen Curry dropped by SportsCenter Thursday to introduce the Top 10 Plays:
Blake Griffin is one of the best players in the NBA. However he has a reputation of being a flopper and actor on the basketball court. Add Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson to the list of people that have called out Griffin for flopping.
Late in the 3rd quarter Griffin was driving to lane when Festus Ezeli tried to stop him. Ezeli grabbed his arm but Griffin make it seem like...
Warriors point guard Jarrett Jack’s status is uncertain for Saturday night’s showdown with the Clippers in L.A.
Here’s Marcus Thompson II on Saturday:
Warriors guard Jarrett Jack did not participate in shootaround. Officially, he is a game-time decision.
— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) January 5, 2013
In Thompson’s opinion, he expects Jack to give it a go Saturday.
Mark Jackson and the Golden State Warriors have been a pleasant surprise this season as a Western Conference upstart. One glowing statistic was the Warriors being 2-0 against the Clippers this season.
The Clippers had grown tired of the losses to the Warriors this season and thumped them 115-89 Saturday night. Chris Paul in particular was fired up about the game and wanted the...
In the third quarter of last night's Golden State Warriors/Los Angeles Clippers affair, Clippers forward Blake Griffin decided to take an uncontested three point shot.Blake's shot didn't even come close to the rim and hit the side of the backboard as the shot clock expired.That shot would have been enough to make this site but check out the reaction from the Warriors...
The Pacific Division-leading Los Angeles Clippers have only lost eight games this season, but two have come at the hands of Stephen Curry and the surprising Golden State Warriors.
One was just three days ago.
Curry and the Warriors look to beat the Clippers again in order to match their longest winning streak of the season Saturday night at Staples Center.
Los Angeles (26-8) leads...
Golden State Warriors (22-10) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (26-8)
It still feels like everyone is waiting for the Warriors and Clippers to sink. Los Angeles got back on the winning track with a win over the cross-hall rivals at Staples Center. Golden State is still playing extremely well with David Lee and Stephen Curry even making SportsCenter appearances to promote...