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OAKLAND -- Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson would like to forget just about everything from last year's lost season. Fortunately for the Warriors, one thing Jackson chose to remember paid off handsomely in a 106-96 home win over the Cleveland Cavaliers at Oracle Arena on Wednesday night. With the Warriors struggling in the fourth quarter and the Cavaliers hanging around long enough to potentially set up an exciting finish, Jackson called a timeout and went to an unusual source -- rookie Harrison Barnes -- on a key possession. The rationale: Cavaliers coach Byron Scott defended a Warriors small forward with a guard in a similar situation last season. "And we didn't make them pay," Golden State's second-year coach recalled. The second time around was different. Barnes went right at the much smaller Daniel Gibson for a three-point play and a layup over a three-possession span, helping awaken the Golden State offense and preserve a comfortable mar...
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The Golden State Warriors have their future hinging on Andrew Bogut and Stephen Curry’s health. More specifically, their ankles. In the case of Andrew Bogut, his broken left ankle is just another of what has seemed to be a series of freak accidents over his career. But in the case of Stephen...
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut will be sidelined the next seven to 10 days to rest and strengthen his surgically repaired left ankle.
The announcement Thursday is the kind of setback Bogut and the Warriors were hoping to avoid this season. The 7-footer from Australia was held scoreless while playing 17 minutes in Golden State's 106-96 win against Cleveland on Wednesday...
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When healthy, Stephen Curry is an elite offensive weapon. However, the healthy part has been an issue the last two years. Regardless, the Warriors got a steal at only 11 million a year for their best player. He is perfectly capable of posting over 20 points per game and dishing out 7 plus assists per game, while shooting at a very efficiency rate....
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut will be sideline for 7-10 days to allow his surgically repaired ankle more time to heal, the team announced Thursday. Bogut, who was acquired from the Milwaukee Bucks last February, had surgery to repair his severe ankle injury in April. He had not played for the Warriors until late in the exhibition season. So far Bogut is averaging...
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut will be out for the next seven to 10 days according to Coach Jackson. USA Today talked to Andrew Bogut earlier about his injury, which it is clear he is frustrated immensely about."I'm being pushed and pulled from all angles," Bogut told. "My agent, the doctors and trainers here, they want me playing (at full health...
Mark Jackson raved about how close the Warriors are this season.
The Warriors are considering playing Andrew Bogut, David Lee and Carl Landry at the same time.
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The Golden State Collegiate Baseball League (GSCBL) entering into its first year of operation has 7 highly competative teams for the 2013 season.
The GSCBL is committed to bringing a first class wooden bat baseball experience to every franchises local community. We exist to advance collegiate baseball prospects towards their futures of becoming a professional...
The Cleveland Cavaliers' young backcourt just carried them to victory.
The Golden State Warriors' two young guards both came up just short.
Cleveland continues a season-high six-game trip Wednesday night when the Warriors go for their first home win of the season.
Led by seven 3-pointers and 28 points - both season highs - from rookie shooting guard Dion Waiters, and 24 and...
Andrew Bogut has been held to 20 minutes per game.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- David Lee played through an illness to finish with 22 points, 14 rebounds and six assists, and the Golden State Warriors outlasted the undermanned Cleveland Cavaliers 106-96 on Wednesday night.
Stephen Curry scored 21 points to go with six assists, and reserve Carl Landry added 19 points and nine rebounds to help the Warriors take a 17-point lead in the second...