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OAKLAND -- Harrison Barnes doesn't like to think negatively, but he couldn't help himself with the game on the line Wednesday night. The Golden State rookie bounced in a couple of critical free throws with 21.8 seconds remaining to save the Warriors' 92-88 victory over the Atlanta Hawks, two points that he was the first to admit weren't nearly as easy as they might appear in the boxscore. "I remember watching from the bench those missed free throws in the Denver game," Barnes recalled of late failures by Klay Thompson and Carl Landry in Sunday's double-overtime loss to the Nuggets. "I wanted to make sure I made them." Jarrett Jack dropped in a pair 11 seconds later as the Warriors, getting a key hoop from Stephen Curry in the final minute, held off a late barrage by Atlanta's Lou Williams. After the Warriors had nearly seen a 13-point lead disappear because of poor shooting and ball-handling in the final period, Curry countered a W...
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Golden State Warriors rookie forward Draymond Green was excited after making the first basket of his NBA career Wednesday night, a three-point shot in the second quarter against the Atlanta Hawks. However, he might have been a little too excited, as officials assessed Green with a technical foul for taunting. Apparently the officials called the technical on Green for something...
The Golden State Warriors Girls have announced their presence. Video was released yesterday of behind the scenes footage of their 2012-13 calendar shoot. This isn’t your standard 1:30-2:00 minute preview video…the Warriors did it right. What you get is eight minutes of sexy, bikini-clad footage of one of the hottest dance teams in the NBA.
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Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut will be in the Los Angeles area during part of the team's upcoming road trip to rehabilitate his surgically repaired left ankle.
The team said Wednesday that Bogut will be under the supervision of Dr. Richard Ferkel, who performed the surgery on the 7-foot Australian on April 27. The Warriors begin a three-game road trip at Minnesota...
Rookie Harrison Barnes scored 19 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, making a pair of critical free throws in the final minute to help the Golden State Warriors hold off the short-handed Atlanta Hawks 92-88 on Wednesday night.
David Lee added 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Stephen Curry scored 12 to put the Warriors ahead by 13 points early in the fourth quarter. The Hawks hacked that...
Warriors center Andrew Bogut insists he will no longer even attempt to guess when he might return to the court for Golden State, saying only that he is out ''indefinitely.'' He plans to leave it that way until the day he is running layup drills to warm up for a game.
Nope, no more predictions or expectations from him, or his team, about when he might play only to...
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Rookie Harrison Barnes scored 19 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, making a pair of critical free throws in the final minute to help the Golden State Warriors hold off the short-handed Atlanta Hawks 92-88 on Wednesday night.
David Lee added 18 points and 10 rebounds, and Stephen Curry scored 12 to put the Warriors ahead by 13 points early in the fourth quarter...
Andrew Bogut will not return to the Warriors for their three-game road trip that begins on Friday.
Here’s the word, Bogut’s ankle isn’t as healed as everyone thought. And now the team has decided to leave Bogut at home so he can take more time to recover. He’s going to miss approximately 2 more weeks, 6 games in total.
Hopefully this does the trick cause Bogut is huge for Golden State.
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After a gut-crushing Kemba Walker game winner the other night, the Wolves take on the undermanned Warriors tonight at Target Center, the last game in a busy stretch before an extended break through next Wednesday. The Warriors are not a very good team, but the Wolves will still...
The Golden State Warriors may be able to learn a thing or two from the Atlanta Hawks.
While the Hawks enter Wednesday night's matchup in Oakland having rid itself of some recent late-game troubles, the Warriors come in still smarting from a double-overtime loss.
The Hawks (3-3) bounced back from consecutive defeats with Monday's 95-87 win at Portland. Josh Smith scored...