Found February 06, 2012 on
WARRIORS VS. OKLAHOMA CITYTipoff: 7:30 p.m. at Oracle Arena TV/Radio: CSNBA, NBA-TV; 680 Thunder update: Oklahoma City opened its five-game trip with a blowout loss Saturday at San Antonio.
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The Warriors have waived Earl Barron and will call-up Chris Wright from the Dakota Wizards.
Earlier this season, Warriors head coach Mark Jackson offered this warning to rookie project Jeremy Tyler : "Your moment can come at any point. You can take off running with it, or you can backtrack." That moment...
Monta Ellis is without a doubt one of my favorite players to watch play ball. The guy is incredible. When rumors were surfacing last year that my Sixers were in talks to potentially deal Andre Iguodala for Ellis, despite the fact that I’m supporter of Iguodala, I was all about it. The idea of bringing [...]
Well would you look at this. Here we have a center sprinting back on defense. Nothing wrong with this picture, in fact this is actually encouraged. Don't you think the Warriors would love Kwame Brown to show this kind of determination and hustle? Anyways, I can't hate on this, he is just getting back on defense since JaVale knows he didn't get the rebound...
When Warriors need a spark, they don't hesitate to turn to the bench
Last night’s Warriors/Thunder game was full of great highlights. Potentially lost in the flood of Monta Ellis craziness and Kevin Durant buckets was this Stephen Curry fake-pass-bullet to David Lee under the hoop: Follow Dime Magazine on Twitter Become a fan of Dime Magazine on Facebook
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Kevin Durant hit a go-ahead bank shot with 14.2 seconds remaining, and the NBA-leading Oklahoma City
Thunder overcame career performances by Monta Ellis and David Lee to beat the Golden State Warriors 119-116 on Tuesday night.
Kevin Durant hit a go-ahead bank shot with 14.2 seconds remaining, and the NBA-leading Oklahoma City Thunder overcame career performances by Monta Ellis and David Lee to beat the Golden State Warriors 119-116 on Tuesday night.