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The Warriors had just lost Game 6 to the Spurs. They were eliminated from the playoffs. The season was over. The players, crestfallen, headed to the locker room, walking off the court for the final time this season. But taking a page out of the script of âLittle Big League,â they, led by fearless leader Stephen Curry, returned to the floor, where a large chunk of fans remained in the stands, to offer one final gesture of gratitude to the crowd that was so unwavering and unmatched in its zeal throughout this postseason journey.
Boy, I bet those fans who left early feel like assholes now.
The player who seemingly wanted the moment never to end? Jarrett Jack, who knows this might be the last time he plays in that jersey in front of that crowd. From Marcus Thompson:
When the final horn had sounded, the Warriors shook hands with the Spurs and headed to the locker room. But Jack remained. He circled the court, a towel over his head, clapping with the fans. Before long, his teammates and ...
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One of the best things this season was to see Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors in the postseason. Yes, they were eliminated by the San Antonio Spurs Thursday night in Game 6, but this was a huge improvement for the young team. Of course, it was a delight to see a grief-stricken fanbase [...]The post Golden State Returns To Court; Steph Curry Thanks Fans (Video) appeared...
Less than 24 hours after Golden State was eliminated by the San Antonio Spurs 94-82 in Game 6 on Thursday night, electric Warriors guard Stephen Curry vowed to get stronger this offseason. Averaging 23.4 points, 3.80 boards and 8.1 dishes over 12 playoff games, the 6-foot-3, 185 pound Curry hobbled through most of the contests against San Antonio. âIâll work on getting stronger...
After the Golden State Warriors were eliminated by the San Antonio Spurs last night, Oracle Arena was still packed as Stephen Curry was given a microphone to speak on behalf of the team at center court.
Curry thanked the Warriors fans for their continued enthusiasmÂ and support during their 2013 playoff run.
If you had a dry eye before viewing this, you probably wonât after:
The Golden State Warriors held on for as long as they could and it just was not enough.
As he has been prone to do throughout his entire career, Tony Parker shot down the Warriorsâ dreams in flames with one deadly shot.
Parkerâs backbreaking 3-pointer with 1:15 to play Thursday pushed the San Antonio Spurs into the Western Conference finals with a 94-82 victory.
After the season ending loss to the Spurs Thursday, Jarrett Jack called the pride he had playing for the Warriors in his first year with the team something heâs never felt before with any others in the league (Jack has played for Portland, Indiana, Toronto and New Orleans) and told reporters as he remained in his jersey, âNothing in my closet is better than what I have on now...
The Warriors were coming off a loss in the conference semifinals with a collection of young and less-young talent, having given their passionate fan base in the Bay Area something real to cheer about again. Most folks loved their coach. Most folks saw bright things ahead for their youthful guard with rare offensive gifts.
The future seemed bright.
Yet after that Warriors team fell...
The matchup of the game for Game 6 between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Semi-Finals will be between Stephen Curry and the backcourt of the San Antonio Spurs.
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After being eliminated from the Playoffs, Stephen Curry and the Warriors pulled off a very classy move by returning to the court to show their appreciation for the fans at Oracle Arena. Steph took the mic first to give his words of thanks and then the entire stadium joined in their huddle. Great stuff.
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The Golden State Warriors accomplished more than most expected in their second year under head coach Mark Jackson, but their unlikely playoff journey ended Thursday night in Oakland with a 94-82 loss to the San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the Western Conference semifinals.
The plucky Warriors' effort wasn't lost on the home crowd, though. After the season-ending defeat, many...
Classy move by a young team
Time is short these days, so whatâs making is here is only the good stuff. This moment, from after the Warriors loss last night to San Antonio, certainly qualifies.
Golden State took me â and most other casual or hardcore NBA fans â for quite the postseason ride. The Warriors became my must-watch team during these playoffs. The combination of former...
The San Antonio Spurs just shut that "Splash Brothers" stuff all the way down. They got hit with a couple buckets of confetti early in the series and that was plenty. They'd had their fill of splash, which is a good thing for the Spurs, because now they're playing the Grizzlies, and the last splashy thing to come out of Memphis was one of Elvis' jumpsuits. ...
Golden State Warriors: Season Review With Awards
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher at HoopstuffâŚ
Record: 48-34- 6th in West- Lost to San Antonio in Second Round
Reviews: The Warriors shocked everyone by upsetting the heavy favored Denver Nuggets in the first round and gave the San Antonio Spurs all they could handle in the second round, but alas, they just did not have enough...
The Warriors season came to an end at the hands of the Spurs, falling 94-82 in game six of the Western Conference Semifinals. The Spurs won the series 4-2 to advance to the Western Conference Finals, but the Warriors can still hang their heads high.
The Warriors battled deep into the fourth quarter, trailing 77-75 with just under five minutes remaining. However, a series of near...