The Golden State Warriors have defied even the most optimistic expectations through the first month of the season. Their 16-2 record has them sitting rosy at the top of the western conference, a place that may come under threat with two huge games coming up against the Phoenix Suns.
Steph Curry and Seth Curry had a brotherly showdown during the 76ers' trip to the Chase Center to take on the Golden State Warriors. In the end, Steph and the Warriors came out victorious, extending their record to 16-2, the best in the NBA.
Coming into the 2021-22 season, Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors were dealing with a lot of uncertainty. Between the absence of key players and the stink of their most recent campaign still lingering, nobody was really sure what to expect from the Dubs, especially considering the steep competition they'd have to face out West.
The holidays are here! And with shipping rates and times escalating, you need to start shopping for the Golden State Warriors fans in your life. If you’re like me, the sleigh bells are about to start ringing.
With his number being called against the Sixers, Toscano-Anderson lit a spark through his hustle on both ends of the floor. Juan Toscano-Anderson wasn’t seeing as much burn as he was getting a season ago.
It's easy to lose track of Kevon Looney in Golden State. Stephen Curry is likely the MVP frontrunner right now. His intersection of movement, spatial awareness and shooting versability — versatility + ability — is unlike anything we've ever seen.
The Golden State Warriors have been in no rush for Klay Thompson to return partly because of how well they have played this season, but we now have a better idea of when we might see the sharpshooter return to action.