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Golden State Warriors: Stephen Curry’s Epic Post Season Play Continues, Despite Injury Woes
Heading into the playoffs, Golden State Warriors’ star point guard, Stephen Curry was considered a borderline superstar, who has improving by the game. However, he has taken his play to a completely new level in these playoffs. He was brilliant in their first round shocker against the Denver Nuggets and has continued that level of play against the Spurs. But after leading the Warriors to a game 4 victory, to tie the series against a superior Spurs team, with a badly sprained ankle, where it was unknown if he would play, even the very morning of the game, his rise to superstardom is now official. The legend of Stephen Curry is growing.
After averaging 22.9 points, 6.9 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game during the regular season, Curry has upped his averages in the playoffs to an incredible, 25.0 points, 8.3 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game. He has done so while being incredibly efficient and t...
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Prior to last night’s Game 5 against the San Antonio Spurs, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry told Tim Kawakami of The Mercury News that he was “ready to go” for the contest. Curry was able to suit up, but he was largely ineffective in the Warriors’ loss.Curry said that his ankle felt much better than it did before Game 4, as it improved through treatment over...
The Golden State Warriors have well exceeded our expectations for them this season. That may be good enough for us but it isn’t for them. They are playing to win because they are no longer a laughing stock of this league. The Warriors just keep pushing it and it is wearing down a veteran San Antonio Spurs team. This series is all even after four games.
The Spurs came into...
Stephen Curry ankle watch day 5,963 brings good news for the Warriors.
The breakout star of these playoffs, Curry told reporters on Tuesday that the condition of his sprained ankle is much improved from when he was clearly limited by it throughout Game 4 on Sunday.
“Ready to go tonight,” Curry said. “It feels a whole lot better than it did before Game 4, so that’s all I...
Remember that little old that Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry broke this NBA season? You know the 272 three-pointers he made? Well, here it is in video form. H/T TBJ The post All 272 of Stephen Curry’s Record-Breaking Three-Pointers (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Clearly, the breakout star of the 2013 NBA playoffs has to be Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry and he was up to his usual crazy shot-making abilities during game four of the Spurs/Warriors second round playoff series.
Watch as Steph hits this 15-foot left-handed scoop shot with ease:
Stephen Curry hits left-handed scoop shot [SB Nation]
The San Antonio Spurs are suddenly the team with a relaxed point guard who can dominate, and the Golden State Warriors are back to worrying about theirs.
Tony Parker cracked jokes and declared he'd ''definitely'' start before he rested face down on a table for a massage on his bruised left calf during San Antonio's practice at the University of San Francisco...
Tweet Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry managed to stay healthy for a full season this year and he showed that he was the star player that many people expected he would be. For the year, Curry averaged 22.9 points and 6.9 assists per game while shooting 45.3 percent from beyond-the-arc. He also broke [...]
The Golden State Warriors have been cellar dwellers for years. Well--not this year. This year they are looking like real contenders and it is largely due to the play of young Stephen Curry and his three-point shot. In case you haven't noticed this man is lights out from behind the arc.
So lights out in fact that he set the single season record for three-pointers this year...
Stephen Curry set a regular-season record of 272 made three-pointers this season. Fortunately, someone compiled them all in one video. Thanks to the creator of the video, and for all your Warriors fans, enjoy the tribute to the league’s next superstar.
Stephen Curry scored 22 on an injured left ankle, Harrison Barnes had 26 points and 10 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors rallied past the San Antonio Spurs 97-87 in overtime Sunday to even the Western Conference semifinal at two games apiece.
Jarrett Jack added 24 points in reserve and Andrew Bogut grabbed 18 rebounds to help the Warriors overcome an eight-point deficit in...
After looking like a superhero in Game 1 against the San Antonio Spurs, scoring 44 points and hitting six three-pointers, Stephen Curry has come back to earth a little bit. He’s still averaging a little over 20 points a game in the last three, but the Spurs have clearly found a way to slow him down a little bit.
Part of that success can be attributed to the defense of Danny...
The first half of Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals between San Antonio Spurs and the Golden State Warriors, went smoother for San Antonio than did the second half and overtime as they faltered offensively and Golden State would tie up the series, 2-2. Be it as it may, Danny Green of the Spurs, [...]The post Danny Green’s Putback Dunk On Stephen Curry (Video) appeared...
The Golden State Warriors fought back on Sunday to tie their Western Conference semifinals series with the San Antonio Spurs 2-2.
The resilient group did it with on the back of a big game from rookie Harrison Barnes who double-doubled with 26 points and 10 rebounds.
Video: Harrison Barnes propels the Warriors to victory over the Spurs
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The San Antonio Spurs (6-2) return to the Alamo City to host the Golden State Warriors (6-4) in Game 5 of their Western Conference Semifinals series which has now become a best of three.
The Warriors are coming off a 97-87 Game 4 overtime win over the Spurs in Oakland to tie up the series. The Spurs were led by Manu Ginobili’s 21 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists off the bench...