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(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer When he worked as a broadcaster, Mark Jackson was adamant that David Lee didn't deserve to be an All-Star with the New York Knicks in 2010. No matter how eye-popping Lee's statistics looked, Jackson said, the power forward played on a bad Knicks team.
Now that Jackson is coaching Lee...
Stephen Curry wasn't as impressed with Golden State's latest win as much as he was concerned over how it nearly got away.
That's how far the expectations have risen for these Warriors.
Curry made two important free throws with 16.4 seconds left and Golden State overcame a phenomenal fourth quarter by Portland rookie Damian Lillard to beat the Trail Blazers 103-97 on...
The fans may not get it right but hopefully the coaches do.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry was on the Jim Rome Show and seemed to be confused about Rome's first name.Rome starts off the interview by saying "Stephen, nice to have you on, how are you" and Curry replies by saying "I'm doing good Jim... Joe... sorry... thanks for having me."Curry got Rome's name right the first time but he didn...
OAKLAND -- Things are going so well for the Golden State Warriors this season, their fans even get their money's worth when they come to root for the opponent. Oakland native Damian Lillard put on a performance that had his friends and family buzzing Friday night, but in the end, a balanced Warriors attack was enough to overcome the one-man show in a 103-97 victory over the...
By Dave Del Grande, Sports Xchange OAKLAND, Calif. -- Damian Lillard put on a show for his hometown fans in his Oakland homecoming, but his 37 points weren't enough as the Golden State Warriors held on for an entertaining 103-97 victory Friday night over the Portland Trail Blazers. Lillard, who grew up in the shadow of the Warriors' downtown practice facility and attended...