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(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By ANTONIO GONZALEZ AP Sports Writer Sitting in the training room at one point earlier this season, Andrew Bogut wondered what Warriors point guard Stephen Curry must have thought about him after all the talk in the Bay Area about the two forming a potent inside-out combination.
''He was probably thinking, `What did we trade for?''' Bogut said.
Those questions might finally be answered.
Golden State's still-hobbled big man has broken out in a big way in the playoffs, showing just how much of a mark he can make when healthy enough. He had season-highs and career-playoff bests of 21 rebounds and 14 points in Golden State's 92-88 win over Denver in the Game 6 clincher Thursday night. He also tied a season-high with four blocks and added three assists.
The rejuvenated center could be even more crucial to the Warriors' chances of pulling off another upset in the second round against Tim Duncan and th...
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Steph Curry is deadly in the third quarter, and he proved it with this behind-the-back dribble before feeding Andrew Bogut for a huge dunk.
TEST THE MARKET
Jarrett Jack has been a key component for the Golden State Warriors. He'll be a free agent and says he plans to test the market.
Stephen Curry can captivate almost any audience in a way almost nobody else can.
Curry's connection to the crowd at ear-splitting Oracle Arena has been must-see TV in the NBA playoffs, leading the Golden State Warriors to the second round against the Spurs starting Monday night in San Antonio. Hall of Famers and celebrities tweet about his games. Even opponents marvel at his...
The Golden State Warriors never relented. They didn't back down when Andrew Bogut sat out rehabilitating his left ankle. They didn't buckle when they lost Game 1 at Denver. And they didn't quit when All-Star forward David Lee tore his right hip flexor in that playoff opener - and neither did Lee, for the matter.
For only the second time in 22 years, the Bay Area'...
Lost in the recent hype of the Golden State Warriors playoff series win over the Denver Nuggets is how bad this team was only a season ago, and the season before that, etc. They started the 2012 campaign with two great players playing the same position. One was an entrenched fan favorite capable of scoring at will, the other a young phoneme touted as the next great shooter but whose...
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The Golden State Warriors and Denver Nuggets are involved in the best playoff series going on in the NBA. Here is a video of Javale McGee making a spectacular block on Andrew Bogut’s shot, well not really a block but a volleyball spike! Only to go into the hands of playmaker,Steph Curry, who crossed over and dribbled behind his back, penetrating...
Golden State Warriors: It May Have Been Ugly, But A Win is a Win
By Mike Elworth: Owner at Hoopstuff…
I will admit that I turned on the Golden State Warriors-Denver Nuggets game 6, with only nine minutes left in the game and have no idea what happened before that time. What I saw was some of the ugliest basketball that I have ever seen in my young life. I saw a team turn the ball...
According to Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports, David Lee who was supposedly done for the season after tearing his right hip flexor in Game 1 of their opening round series against the Nuggets, could return and play limited minutes for Thursday’s Game 6 in Oakland. The Warriors can close out the series with a win.
Golden State Warriors forward David Lee may play tonight against the Denver...
The San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors will clash in the West Semifinals which will kick off this Monday in San Antonio.
One of the better matchups to watch will be at point guard as Tony Parker and Stephen Curry will face off and hope they will be able to control the tempo for their respective team in order to advance to the West Finals.
Speaking with Grantland...
TNT analyst Reggie Miller analyzing the Golden State Warriors locker room. While working for TNT, you got that part, right?
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They’re not supposed to be here. A team that does not feature a relevant player over 30 years of age, and a veteran presence provided by the 29-year-old Jarrett Jack is now headed to the second round of the NBA playoffs.
The Golden State Warriors have a superstar in the making in 25-year-old Stephen Curry, a sharp-shooter in 23-year-old Klay Thompson and untapped talent in 20...
The Golden State Warriors eliminated the Denver Nuggets with a 92-88 win in Game 6 on Thursday night. Shortly after the game, something bizarre happened.Reggie Miller made his way to the Warriors locker room and gave the team a congratulatory speech complete with hugs for former teammate Warriors head coach Mark Jackson. Obviously, that’s not the bizarre part.The bizarre part in...
Some fans were thrilled with Golden State's playoff series victory over the Denver Nuggets. Others? Yeah, not so much.