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Warriors’ rookie, Harrison Barnes, throws down his second noteworthy dunk of the season over Milwaukee’s Ersan Ilyasova:
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Looking for the top slam dunk of Saturday night in the NBA? We here at That NBA Lottery Pick have it for you to witness.Check out Golden State Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes who decided to throw down a nasty one-handed slam over Milwaukee Bucks forward Ersan Ilyasova:
Everyone’s idea of what constitutes a “poster” dunk is different. Some consider a poster to be any jam during which a defender is on the scene. Others suggest that there has to be contact. Many take a more literal approach to the term and pass judgment based on whether or not the dunk would look good on a bedroom wall. The best definition I’ve ever been able to come...
Coming off his three best games of the season, Ersan Ilyasova continued his strong play Saturday with 18 points (7-17 FG, 2-2 FT), with two 3-pointers, 12 rebounds, three assists and two steals in 35 minutes.
Ilyasova has been absolutely dominant int he last week. Take a look at his previous three lines:
30 points (11-21 FG, 3-4 FT), five 3-pointers, seven rebounds, two assists...
Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry went to Chicago and left with a souvenir he probably could have done without. Warriors beat writer Marcus Thompson shared the above photo of Curry shortly after the Dubs lost to the Bulls 103-87 on Friday. In his tweet, Thompson implied that Curry received the scratch from Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich.
We have no confirmation about when and how...
Andrew Bogut hasn't played a game since November and the wait for the Golden State Warriors center is going to be a little bit longer.
Warriors beat writer Marcus Thompson reported that Bogut is still a month away from returning.
Bogut update: Warriors have been hush on the center's progress but the prevailing thought seems to be he is making gradual progress and...
Milwaukee Bucks general manager John Hammond confirmed what many expected, telling Bucks.com that he has no plans on breaking up his current backcourt of Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis:“We like our team, we really like Brandon and Monta. We like them playing together, we think they are a dynamic backcourt. And our hope is we can keep that back court together.”The Bucks selected...
MILWAUKEE -- Last night's loss in Cleveland resonated throughout the Milwaukee Bucks locker room.
It hurt. It stung.
Saturday night, the Bucks played like the defeat made them angry. Energized and outworking the Warriors, Milwaukee used a big third quarter to grab a 109-102 victory over a good Golden State team, moving again to a season-high four games over .500.
One of the NBA's snubbed players for this year's All-Star Game, Stephen Curry, has received an invite to participate in the ASG Three-Point Contest. Although Curry did not receive an invite to play in the game, he may still participate in the contest. Curry, who has battled through injuries this year understands it would be a big commitment to go just for the three-point...
Two guards some thought should have been All-Stars have the Golden State Warriors and Milwaukee Bucks in position for playoff runs as the second half of the season unfolds.
But after having respective three-game winning streaks snapped on Friday, Stephen Curry and Brandon Jennings will both look to get their teams back on track Saturday night as the Bucks host the Warriors.
The Golden State Warriors' offense was clicking and they were dominating the glass against Eastern Conference opponents. Then the calendar turned to 2013.
Golden State will try to avoid a third straight loss on its Eastern swing Monday night when it faces the struggling Toronto Raptors.
While starting 13-2 against the East this season, the Warriors (26-17) shot 47.3 percent...