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Sad news to report. Klay Thompson actually handles his own money. Yes, yes, I know we all had a good time with that story last week, but it’s not true. For those behind, Thompson’s dad, former NBA player Mychal, treated us all to the splendidly amusing story of how he fined his son for taking part in the Warriors scrap with the Pacers. In this tale we learned some considerably eye-opening things about Klay, like how his parents, for whatever reason, control his bank account, and how his sole source of income is a $300-a-week allowance (plus rent money) from them. We all had a laugh about it at the expense of Klay’s reputation. But Klay wants to clear the air, probably because of the obviously embarrassing nature of his father’s purported revelations. And, sadly for all of us, the Warriors shooting guard says it was all just a joke. I guess I am behind on this, but Klay Thompson cleared the air and said his dad was joking. He said he controls his own money — Marcus Thompson (@gswsc...
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Stephen Curry has watched his star rise in the month of March.
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Holding onto the sixth spot in the Western Conference, Klay Thompson gave the Warriors a little breathing room last night, hitting a game-winning corner three to give Golden State the 87-83 victory at home. With the Rockets losing last night, the Warriors now have a two game lead over Houston for the sixth spot.
Two years ago, if someone had said that Brandon Rush would have a severe impact in this league or on a playoff team’s success, people would have laughed or dismissed them. However, his impact, well lack of impact, is being felt in Golden State in the worst of ways. The Golden State Warriors are one of the surprise teams in the NBA this year, currently with the sixth best record...
The Thunder sought Klay Thompson and a pick for James Harden, but the Warriors wanted to unload a burdensome contract with concerns on the 2014 tax.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has stepped up his game of late, both on and off the court. Here is an impromptu trick shot by Curry taken before Wednesday night's game as he throws it up from behind the Warriors bench before heading into the tunnel:
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Klay Thompson made the go-ahead 3-pointer with 7.5 seconds remaining and finished with 20 points to lead the Golden State Warriors past the Sacramento Kings, 87-83 on Wednesday night.
Thompson then forced Tyreke Evans into an errant layup on the final possession to seal a sloppy win for the Warriors over the Western Conference's worst team. After dropping the first two in Sacramento...
As previously noted on That NBA Lottery Pick, we love trick shots and this effort from Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry was pretty spectacular.It was before Wednesday's game against the Sacramento Kings as Curry was practicing his shooting from the tunnel:Your browser does not support iframes.(Courtesy of Players View)
Klay Thompson helped the Golden State Warriors pull out a thrilling victory their last time out.
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Seeking a season best-tying fifth consecutive home win, the Warriors look for their momentum to carry over Friday night against the Rockets, winners of 16 of 18 in the series.
Two nights after beating Toronto...
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The Golden State Warriors have signed forward Malcolm Thomas to a 10-day contract, the team announced today. Thomas joins...
It's approaching the one-year anniversary since the Golden State Warriors and Milwaukee Bucks made a deal both hoped would lead their respective teams back into the playoffs.
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Golden State center Andrew Bogut could face his former team for the first time on Saturday night...