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J.M. Poulard is the Warriors World editor. He is also a contributor to ESPN TrueHoop sites Forum Blue and Gold (Los Angeles Lakers), Piston Powered (Detroit Pistons) and Raptors Republic (Toronto Raptors). He has a particular fondness for watching Eastern Conference ball games and enjoys the history of the sport. Feel free to reach out to him on Twitter (@ShyneIV).

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CHI About the East?

As the season winds down and we get closer to the playoffs, we can clearly see that certain teams have played up to a level that separates them from every other contender. Indeed, there are about seven teams right now that all have a realistic chance of hoisting the Larry O’Brien trophy; and if history is any indicator, the team that will play great defense and clean up the boards will have arguably the bes ...

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In The Scope: Golden State Warriors x New Jersey Nets

After getting a win in Cleveland last night, the Golden State Warriors (28-35) will try to earn a second consecutive road win when they play the New Jersey Nets (19-43) tonight. The Nets were selected to play two regular season games in London against the Raptors this past weekend and were able to win both match ups. How will they do at home against the Warriors though? ...

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In The Scope: Golden State Warriors x Cleveland Cavaliers

The only way the Golden State Warriors (27-35) current seven game road trip could have been worse is if they had lost all the five road games they had played entering tonight. The Dubs can thank the schedule makers for scheduling the Wizards on the trip (the lone win so far during this road stretch), but at some point this team has to start winning on the road. One might think that playing the Cleveland Cav ...

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Being On The Defensive…

Every year around the end of the first round of the playoffs, we hear a lot about how certain superstars are carrying their teams to playoff victories. But more importantly there is one message that is constantly repeated to the point that we all get sick and tired of hearing about it, but it’s the cold hard NBA reality: defense wins you championships. By the time the second round of the playoffs are in ful ...

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In The Scope: Golden State Warriors x Philadelphia 76ers

After a tough loss in Boston Friday night, the Golden State Warriors (27-34) will try to bounce back today when they take on the Philadelphia 76ers (31-30). The Sixers have won seven of their past 10 games and are currently clinging to the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference standings. However, the last time they played the Warriors, they were blown out of the building. Should the Warriors faithful expec ...

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In The Scope: Golden State Warriors x Boston Celtics preview

A week and a half ago, the Boston Celtics (44-15) traveled to Oracle Arena and blew out the Golden State Warriors (27-33). The Dubs will have an opportunity tonight to avenge the embarrassing loss but don’t expect the Celtics to be gracious hosts. They have won 26 of the 31 games played at the TD Garden this season and plan on making things extremely tough for Golden State tonight. When we went Inside the S ...

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Chris Paul: Still On Point?

Who owns the title of best point guard alive? NBA fans love to debate this topic, and with good reason. With players such as Chris Paul, Deron Williams, Rajon Rondo, Russell Westbrook, Derrick Rose and Steve Nash all enjoying good seasons, it only makes sense for the conversation to intensify. For the past few years, the title was reserved for Chris Paul, but now it seems as though his candidacy has lost so ...

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IN THE SCOPE: GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS X WASHINGTON WIZARDS

After last night’s loss in Indiana, the Golden State Warriors (26-33) will travel to the nation’s capital to take on the Washington Wizards (15-44) in game three of their seven game road trip. The Wizards are a young team sprinkled with a few veterans that are trying to grow together as a unit. They clearly have talent, however the strengths of the players do not always fit together. On offense, Washington ...

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