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Andrew Bogut revealed his funny side at Warriors media day Friday when he pranked teammate, Steph Curry. The Warriors big man waited until the media asked Curry a question about him during his interview session and then snuck in acting as a reporter himself. It was all laughs when Curry finally realized it was Bogut, but that didn’t stop the Warriors center from asking him a question about his new Under Armour deal.
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As previously noted on TNLP, we love a good prank or two and during the Golden State Warriors media day, Andrew Bogut played a couple at the expense of his teammates.
Watch as Andrew pranks teammates Harrison Barnes, Kent Bazemore, and Stephen Curry while they do press interviews in the below video clip:
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Seth Curry just recently signed a non-guaranteed contract with the Golden State Warriors. Just like his big brother (Stephen Curry) and father (Wardell Curry), Seth has the ability to shoot the ball from any distance above or below the arc. The Blue Devil will be competing in line for a roster spot against defensive specialist Toney Douglas, the athletic European “Derrick Rose” Nemanja...
The Warriors, among other teams, will be wearing new short-sleeved jerseys as part of the upcoming season. If you recall, Golden State were the first team to wear this new-look jersey when they rocked yellow jerseys last season. From the looks of it, the team will be wearing white short-sleeved for the new year. If you are curious, the Warriors will wear these jerseys for every...
After some starling postseason shooting performances, many a fan were seen jumping onto the Klay Thompson bandwagon. After all, the second year shooting guard out of Washington State averaged 16.6 points per game and made 211 threes while shoot 40.1% from that distance throughout the regular season so his playoff shooting should not have come as much of a surprise.
Klay can shoot...
Since 1985, the NBA finals have been set up to play 2-3-2 with the home team getting the first and last 2 games. It has recently been voted and passed to change the finals schedule back to 2-2-1-1-1 because traveling is cheaper than it used to be, and economically it makes better sense for the league.
Who knows if the results would have been the same for all of these finals scenarios...
Warriors head coach Mark Jackson teamed up with Golden State Warriors GM Bob Myers and members of the coaching staff and front office including Brian Scalabrine (his participation may explain this Media Day photo) to play a pickup game against inmates at the San Quentin Prison in California.
Mark Jackson spoke about the experience with Inside Bay Area:
“I just want people to know...
A question we need answered right this minute: What happened to Brian Scalabrine?
The great Scal, who – after a glorious NBA career – recently signed on to become an assistant coach with the Golden State Warriors this offseason, showed up to his Warriors photoshoot in rough shape. If the photo below, brought to our attention by Slam’s Adam Figman, isn’t doctored, Scal looked...
It’s good to see one of the best high risers in the game actually want to be in the dunk contest. Things haven’t been the same over the past few years in the contest and Barnes is looking to change that.
.@HBarnes on the Slam Dunk Contest, "I guess I didn't have the resume last year, hopefully I can be in it this year." #BlackFalcon
— Golden St. Warriors (@warriors...
Harrison Barnes felt ready to participate in the NBA dunk contest last season but never received the call. The second-year forward is again interested in being in the event this season.
"I guess I didn't have the resume last year, hopefully I can be in it this year," Barnes said at the Golden State Warriors' media day.
Barnes had a steady rookie season, highlighted...
Harrison Barnes threw down some of the best in-game dunks as a rookie with the Warriors last season, and now the second-year forward would like a shot at this year’s slam dunk contest at the 2014 All-Star weekend in New Orleans.
Here’s why he deserves a shot:
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Harrison Barnes had more than his fair share of amazing slam dunk highlights during his rookie season with the Warriors — just check out the clip above or this collection of the team’s best plays from last year for visual confirmation.
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Dwight Howard, Stephen Curry and Tyson Chandler are among the NBA players who will appear on Disney XD next month during what the network is calling ''Pranksgiving.''
Curry and Chandler join centers Kenneth Faried and DeAndre Jordan as part of a crew who will join Crash, a puppet from the sitcom ''Crash & Bernstein'' to pull pranks on some of...