Found January 17, 2012 on
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WARRIORS AT NEW JERSEYTipoff: 4:30 p.m. at Prudential Center TV/Radio: CSNBA; 1050 Nets update: New Jersey just went 1-3 on a four-game West trip.
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As Monta Ellis goes, so go his Golden State Warriors (4-8). He's their best player, maybe the most underrated offensive player in the Association overall, and he will need to be contained by the Cavaliers tonight. He's averaging 24 points and almost 8 assists per game through these first twelve on forty percent shooting from the floor, and staying in front of Ellis to make...
Golden State Warriors shooting guard Monta Ellis had to leave Tuesday night's win over Cleveland after taking a nasty elbow to his face from Cavaliers forward Anderson Varejao. Ellis’ nose was cut but not broken after taking the blow.That’s good news for the Warriors, who are already missing point guard Stephen Curry. He's been out of the lineup with an ankle injury...
A few weeks ago Golden State Warriors guard Nate Robinson was probably wondering if he would suit up for an NBA team this season. He played 55 games last regular season with the Boston Celtics before being traded to Oklahoma City and appearing in 4 games for the Thunder. OKC waived Robinson last [...]
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The Cavs and Warriors were knotted early in the fourth quarter, but Golden State's David Lee took over down the stretch, handing the Wine and Gold the 105-95 loss in their return to The Q. Antawn Jamison led Cleveland with 19 points.
Finally. After what felt like an eternity (but was really 13 days) away from Cleveland, the Cavaliers (6-6) return home to take on the Golden State Warriors (4-8).
For both teams, this is an important, winnable game. Golden State, still trying to get their sea legs under new head coach Mark Jackson, come into this game looking to figure out how to win games on the road. The Warriors...
WARRIORS AT CLEVELANDTipoff: 4 p.m. at Quicken Loans ArenaTV/Radio: CSNBA; 1050Cavaliers update: Rookie point guard Kyrie Irving has scored at least 20 points in five straight games.