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Daniel Leroux was born and raised in the Bay Area. He started covering the Warriors with a credential at the start of the 2009-10 season while attending UC Hastings College of the Law. He also hosts the weekly RealGM Radio podcast, writes about CBA/salary cap issues for the Sporting News and discusses the rest of the NBA at RealGM.com

Number of Entries : 71

Adjustments in Game 4 Help Warriors Even the Series

A month ago to the day, the Warriors faced a 2-1 deficit on the road after playing a disappointing and uncharacteristic first three games of the series. Each time, the coaching staff made massive strategic changes and the team responded with a return to form. -== Top 11 Steph Curry Moments Of His Career ==- The Cavs have played better than the Grizzlies so far (and big credit to David Blatt for his coaching ...

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Warriors’ Performance in Game 3 Calls For Changes

Trying to decode Game Three feels like quite the challenge. As Ethan Sherwood Strauss said, it had chapters inside of chapters. It started well for Cleveland but like a few other portions of this series the dominant team did not have a lead that reflected the difference on the court. LeBron James roasted Harrison Barnes early and it took a little over five minutes for Coach Kerr to bring Andre Iguodala in t ...

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Warriors vs. Cavs: What We Learned From Games 1 & 2

When a series starts out with two close games, at points it becomes a matter of perspective. Some will argue that each team “should” be up 2-0. Instead, what I see as the biggest story so far is that the Cavs will do their best to make the rest of the series look exactly like Game Two. Losing Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love severely narrowed the paths Cleveland can use to win games but also provided clarity for ...

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Warriors World Q+A: NBA Finals Preview

After a Q+A earlier in the week that recapped the Western Conference Finals, the Warriors World team turned their attention towards the NBA Finals. 1. Both Finals teams faced easier than expected roads here due to injuries to their opponents- will each be the other's toughest test so far? Jordan Ramirez (@JRAM_91)- For Cleveland, this is undoubtedly their greatest test this postseason. Boston fell into the ...

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NBA Finals 2015: Previewing Warriors vs. Cavs

At its core, basketball runs on choices big and small. Many focus on coaching decisions like who to play and when but the far more important decisions come on a much smaller, repeatable level. Good offenses narrow their opponent’s options to an unpalatable few and the best defenses do the same. One of my favorite stats in the NBA is that the last non-Pistons team to win an NBA championship without a player ...

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Warriors World Q+A: Western Conference Finals Recap

Welcome to another edition of Warriors World Q+A. This edition focuses on the Western Conference Finals. 1. Who was the MVP of the Western Conference Finals and why? Jesse Taylor (@JesseTaylor74)- While it would be fun to go with someone different who played very well in the series, like Harrison Barnes or Festus Ezeli, if we are talking about the true MVP, it can be none other than Steph Curry. Without him ...

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Warriors-Rockets: Thoughts on Game 5 & Western Conference Finals

The Warriors are going to the NBA Finals. This team could do something greater in the very near future but we should all take some time to appreciate that accomplishment. In a stacked West, the Golden State Warriors finished the regular season with an 11-game lead on the entire conference and then went 12-3 in the Western Conference portion of the playoffs. -== Top 7 Warriors’ Moves In The Joe Lacob Era ==- ...

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Warriors vs. Rockets: Takeaways After Victory in Game 1

I love Game Ones because they take some of the abstract concepts we talk about and put them to the test. Game One of Warriors/Rockets made me more confident that the Rockets have what it takes to win one or more games at full strength (well, as full strength as they will get this series) but it appears less likely that they will be that lucky. Simply put, Houston needs Dwight Howard. Even though Dwight stru ...

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