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Sometimes being an NBA superstar can’t get you out of being ID’d. Recently, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry spoke with ESPN’s Dan Le Batard on his radio show and dropped this gem about still getting ID at clubs and movies: Sometimes we all go out, and I got a 15-month-old baby now; I got a wife. So, I got a family of my own now. Sometimes when I got out over the summer and want a drink or something, you gotta have that ID on hand. It’s funny for my family more so because they get a kick out of it.” To be fair, Steph does look like a young blood. *** Curry still gets Id’d at clubs [Dime Magazine] Stephen Curry image courtesy of Getty Images
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It’s finally here dub nation, your 2013/2014 Golden State Warriors are about to start their most hyped season since George W. Bush’s father was President. Last season’s surprising young squad has transformed into a legitimate title contender this season. Not only will the Warriors be a year wiser but they have added Team USA defender Andre Iguodala. Expect the Golden State...
The story of the Golden State Warriors first game of the season was the offensive explosion of Klay Thompson. This is nothing new as he’s done it before, this could either be another really good game or a sign that he’s turned the corner into one of the better shooting guards in the league. Time will tell if Klay Thompson has turned into the player that the Warriors expect him...
Hype? What Hype? The Golden State Warriors came out smoking hot in front of a raucous “Roaracle” Arena crowd. The other splash brother Klay Thompson couldn’t miss as he scored 27 points in the first half and finished with a career high 38 points. Andre Iguodala and Andrew Bogut held the Los Angeles Lakers to 32% shooting in the first half. Four Warriors starters finished with...
The Golden State Warriors begin this season facing a familiar foe in the Kobe Bryantless Los Angeles Lakers at Oracle Arena. Coach Mark Jackson has already posted his starting 5 for tonight’s game. We have PG Stephen Curry, SG Klay Thompson, SF Andre Iguadala, PF David Lee and C Andrew Bogut. Not exactly what Jackson was hoping for, but Harrison Barnes is on the road to recovery...
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Klay Thompson scored a career-high 38 points in a spectacular shooting performance, and the Golden State Warriors whipped the Los Angeles Lakers 125-94 in their much-anticipated season opener Wednesday night. Thompson finished 15 of 19 from the floor, including 5 of 7 from 3-point range, to lead the Warriors to the runaway win. Golden State led by 19 at...
This just in: Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, the dynamic duo that comprise the top-two spots on the Los Angeles Clippers’ talented roster? Yeah, they’re pretty good. Griffin and CP3 put the moniker “Lob City” into a demonstration of visual beauty, teamwork, tenacity, athleticism, you name it, on Thursday night against the Golden State Warriors […]The post Alley-oop-stravaganza...
It was one of the most amazing things Laker fans have ever witnessed.
Just minutes after tearing his Achilles tendon back in April, Kobe Bryant stayed in the game in order to take – and make – two clutch free throws.
However, at the time, Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson thought that Bryant was faking the injury.
Now, Jackson regrets doubting Kobe and not calling a timeout...
Usually “Lob City” is reserved for the Los Angeles Clippers but the Golden State Warriors proved earlier tonight that they can play that game as well.
Check out Golden State’s David Lee finding Andre Igoudala for the nasty two-handed alley-oop:
Igoudala image courtesy of Getty Images
Last night against the Los Angeles Lakers, Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson had a career high of thirty-eight points in Golden State 124-95 victory.
During the game, Klay hit a jump shot in the third quarter over Steve Blake and decided to cool down his hot hand by blowing on it:
Thompson image courtesy of Getty Images
It was the Warriors’ season opener at home, and their enthusiasm, crisp ball movement and deadly shooting were just too much for the Lakers, who were playing on the second night of a back-to-back.
From the opening tip up until the beginning of garbage time, which tonight was the entire fourth quarter, the Warriors created high percentage shots for themselves, while...
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Chris Paul scored 42 points and had three of his 15 assists on consecutive alley-oop dunks by Blake Griffin during a 30-second span of the third quarter, leading the Los Angeles Clippers to a 126-115 victory over Golden State in their home opener on Thursday night.
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