Found November 03, 2012 on
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Golden State Warriors
San Francisco Giants
By Dave Del Grande OAKLAND -- Zach Randolph assures nobody was going to stop him Friday night. "Not security. Nobody," he declared afterward. The veteran power forward wasn't talking about his 15-point, 14-rebound performance in the Memphis Grizzlies' 104-94 road win over the Golden State Warriors. Rather, he was referring to leaving the court late in the first quarter to check on an old friend who he'd just knocked down -- and potentially seriously injured -- while attempting to prevent a high-flying dunk attempt. "I felt real bad," Randolph said afterward of unintentionally sending Warriors super-sub Brandon Rush sprawling with 4:09 remaining in the first period. "I didn't do that on purpose." Accident or not, Rush suffered the consequences. He could not return to the game and was scheduled for an MRI Saturday. The Warriors, who were decimated by injuries last season, left the arena hopeful, but some pessimism quickly surfa...
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The Golden State Warriors can ill-afford injuries at this point. They are trying to claw their way out of the basement, and to do so they will need every piece healthy. Unfortunately, the team may have lost Brandon Rush to a significant knee injury. He landed awkwardly on his left knee in the first quarter of the team's loss to the Memphis Gizzlies and had to leave in...
On paper, the Golden State Warriors have a solid team. They seem to be on the rise. Unfortunately, their stock has plummeted with news of Brandon Rush's injury. For the second time in his career, Rush has a torn knee. In 2007, he tore his right ACL. Now, it's his left. Rush was injured on Friday against the Memphis Grizzlies. Yesterday, the injury was confirmed...
Warriors forward Brandon Rush is expected to be out for the rest of the season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament suffered in Friday's game against Memphis, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday night. "It's devastating, but we'll put a plan together with the Warriors' medical team, and we'll get him back to 100 percent," Rush's agent...
Golden State Warriors forward Brandon Rush had to be helped off the floor after he injured his left knee against the Memphis Grizzlies in Friday night's home opener.
Rush leaped in the air for a dunk when Zach Randolph fouled him with 4:09 left in the first quarter. Rush landed awkwardly, his knee bent badly and he tumbled to the floor.
Rush got up on one leg immediately, waved...
Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph threw Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin down to the ground during Wednesday night's NBA season opener for both teams at the Staples Center.
It happened after Chris Paul hit a jumper with 4:18 left in the fourth quarter, where Randolph grabbed Griffin from behind and pulled him down to the ground. Although Randolph and Griffin...
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Marc Gasol and Mike Conley both scored 21 points, and the Memphis Grizzlies spoiled Golden State's home opener with a 104-94 victory Friday night after Warriors forward Brandon Rush injured his left knee in a scary fall.
Rudy Gay added 18 points and eight rebounds and Zach Randolph had 15 points and 14 rebounds to help Memphis rebound from a loss at the...
Brandon Rush was fouled in the air by Zach Randolph and landed awkwardly.
Marc Gasol and Mike Conley both scored 21 points, and the Memphis Grizzlies spoiled Golden State's home opener with a 104-94 victory Friday night after Warriors forward Brandon Rush injured his left knee in a scary fall.
Rudy Gay added 18 points and eight rebounds and Zach Randolph had 15 points and 14 rebounds to help Memphis rebound from a loss at the Los Angeles Clippers...