The Warriors right the ship in Game 2. Now what?

After spending the second half of Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals impersonating a non-73-win basketball team, the Golden State Warriors got back to business in Game 2, running the Oklahoma City Thunder out of Oracle Arena. Now the series moves (after another three-day break, of course) to Chesapeake Energy Arena, where Game 3 looms as possibly the pivotal game in the series…...
Via Crossover Chronicles
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Explain One Play: Andre Iguodala circus layup and dunk

A few plays from the game-turning Warriors run to end the first half of the second game of the Warriors-Thunder series. The final score was a blowout, but this was a very tightly contested game through the first half. In fact, the Thunder stormed back and the game was 49-49 with 1:12 left in the half.  But the Warriors ended the half strong and never looked back in the second half...
Via Golden State of Mind
5 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Andre Iguodala makes great acrobatic layup

Andre Iguodala finished off an incredible play during Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals that even Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson likely wouldn’t have been able to pull off. The Warriors were leading 53-49 with under a minute remaining in the second quarter, and were looking to add to it. They had a fast-break opportunity and a cutting Iggy received a pass streaking down...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The Warriors are Going to Destroy OKC

This article was originally published on Pick and Popovich on May 15, 2016. Here are three important stats to get us started: The difference in regular season record between the Warriors and Thunder is greater than the difference in regular season record between the Celtics and the Knicks. The difference in regular season point differential between the Warriors and Thunder...
Via The Sports Post
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Iguodala: Playoff game vs. Rockets like practice scrimmage

The Golden State Warriors are undoubtedly the best team in the NBA, and arguably the greatest team in regular-season NBA history with their 73-9 mark for the 2015-16 season. Monday night, the Warriors were without Steph Curry, the soon-to-be two-time reigning league MVP. Despite his absence, it never seemed that the Warriors were ever in danger of dropping Game 2 of their first...
Via The Comeback
April 19, 2016  |  Discuss

Andre Iguodala: I did not care about missing out on 73 wins

It depends on who you ask with the Golden State Warriors as to how important the 73-win record is to them. Steph Curry and Draymond Green have been vocal about wanting it. Andre Iguodala, on the other hand, says he doesn’t much care. The Warriors found themselves down ten in the fourth quarter against Memphis on Saturday night and, needing to win out, it looked like their shot...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Mother of Iguodala's daughter makes troubling accusation

Andre Iguodala is in the middle of a nasty child support case with the mother of his 6-year-old daughter, who is seeking thousands of dollars monthly and now slamming the Warriors forward in court. According to TMZ Sports, the mother of Iguodala’s daughter, Clayanna Warthen, wants $58,000 a month in support for their daughter, London, even though he is already paying $18,000 a...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 04, 2016  |  Discuss

Timonen and Iguodala: Watching familiar faces win

By Joe Boland Kimmo Timonen played the seven of his 16 seasons in the NHL for the Philadelphia Flyers before being traded to the Chicago Blackhawks this year. Andre Iguodala, an 11-year NBA veteran, spent the first eight seasons of his career in Philadelphia as a first-round draft pick for the 76ers. On back-to-back nights early this week, I, along with hordes of Philadelphia sports...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
June 19, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: MC Hammer celebrates courtside with Iguodala

By Steve DelVecchio When potential NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala left Game 5 late in the fourth quarter on Sunday night, many people noticed a familiar face celebrating with him near the Golden State Warriors’ bench. Why, yes, that was MC Hammer. Hammer, whose real name is Stanley Burrell, was born and raised in Oakland. He is a staple at Warriors home games and is also a...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Three important takeaways from Game 4 of the NBA Finals

By Benjamin Cantor The Golden State Warriors evened the series at two games apiece with their 103-82 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4. Here are three things we learned from that contest. 1. Speed Defeats Size After losing Game 3 and falling down two games to one, many wondered if Steve Kerr would make any changes to the rotation. The most obvious change he made was replacing...
Via RealGM - NBA
June 13, 2015  |  Discuss

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