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Former Warriors point guard Baron Davis, not known for sharing the spotlight, grabbed the microphone at November's charity game and handed all the acclaim to Stephen Curry, dubbing him "The Future.
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Stephen Curry’s ankles remain a concern. Just not as big a one in the short term. After an evaluation on Wednesday, Curry’s ankle didn’t show any ligament damage and he is considered day-to-day, reports Matt Steinmetz at CSNBayArea.com. No decision has been made on if he will play Christmas night for the Warriors as they…
It's time for Stephen Curry to wholly embrace his role as the face of the Warriors franchise. Or, as first-year coach Mark Jackson analogizes, it's time for Curry to grab a microphone and become what Gladys Knight was...
The Warriors’ fate this season, like always, comes down to a series of “ifs.” If the team can build upon the aggressive defense and selfless offense their new coaching staff debuted this preseason, if Stephen Curry’s ankles hold up for an entire season, and if Monta Ellis can maintain focus amidst a legal storm, the [...]
Calling it a "legal matter," Warriors guard Monta Ellis declined to comment on the sexual harassment charges filed against him Wednesday by former Warriors'
employee Erika Smith. But he did talk about how he would respond to the latest bit of turmoil in his life, which he dubbed "a bump in the road."
"I'm going to continue to live my life,"...
The Kings' two preseason games against the Warriors don't mean much, but they gave fans another opportunity to compare guards Tyreke Evans and Stephen Curry.
As the year comes to a close, like we have done the last three years, WFNY will take a look at what we view to be the 10 biggest sports stories affecting our local sports scene. Each day through the rest of the year, we will be counting down from 10 to one. We started with #10 - The Colt Concussion, yesterday was #9 -Key Cavalier Wins, and today we keep that basketball theme going...
Point guard Baron Davis officially signed his free agent contract with the New York Knicks on Monday, but it's unclear when he will get on the court.
Chris Bosh and Pau Gasol have often been criticized for being too soft, so it was no surprise that Baron Davis recently opted to sign with the New York Knicks over the Los Angeles Lakers or the Miami Heat. He likes the idea of playing with a tougher big man like Amar’e Stoudemire and it will be interesting to see if more free agents choose to follow his logic and reasoning...