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Did San Francisco hand the keys to its city over to Steve Curry, or star Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry? Mayor Ed Lee seems to be confused.
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It was "Golden State Warriors Day" in San Francisco on Tuesday as the mayor, Ed Lee, gave the key to the city to Warriors' guard Stephen Curry.Below is the almost 40 minute video but here is the link to where the mayor calls Curry "Steve Curry."Mayor Lee said "You give Steve Curry an inch and he might take a Golden State mile!"Lee is a huge sports...
Carl Landry wants to return to the Golden State Warriors, but doesn't know how he’s going to proceed regarding his player option worth $4 million for next season.
"The Warriors are home whether I opt in or out," Landry said. "Hopefully, I can spend the rest of my career here because this is a very special place. Everything here is what you want: the city, the...
The city of San Francisco celebrated the Golden State Warriors with “Golden State Warriors Day” on Tuesday, and they handed star player Stephen Curry a key to the city. The event was a nice tribute to the team after its successful season.
There was only one problem: mayor Ed Lee made a blunder when he misspoke and called Curry “Steve” instead of “Steph.”
Just when you thought that everyone in the Bay Area knew the name of Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, check out the below clip of San Francisco mayor Ed Lee calling him by another name during a government ceremony for the team.
The moment happens at about the 29:40 minute mark of the Mayor’s press conference as Lee accidentally calls him “Steve”:
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Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received the key to San Francisco Tuesday from Mayor Ed Lee at San Francisco City Hall to celebrate the team’s successful season. May 21 was also declared Golden State Warriors day, KGO 7 News reports.
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The NBA named its All-NBA teams on Thursday, and piggybacking on his all-star appearance, David Lee was named to the third team.
Lee is the first Warriors player to be named an All-NBA player since Latrell Sprewell was first team in 1994.
Here are the selections:
2012-13 ALL-NBA FIRST TEAM
Position Player, Team (1st Team Votes), Points
Forward, LeBron James, Miami (119), 595...
It was not too long ago that Dwight Howard turned down the thought of playing for the lowly Golden State Warriors. It was also not long ago that Howard received an elbow in the face from Warriors forward David Lee, and responding with “I will remember.”
Howard is now reportedly remembering the Warriors’ surprising surge through the first round of the Western Conference playoffs...