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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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NBA Power Rankings: Warriors Are…

By Tyler Lashbrook (@lashy) Arbitrary lists don’t hold much value, but they do provide a fun way to gauge how a team is positioned amongst other teams. Each week, we will take a look at how three different Power Rankings lists evaluate the Warriors and if those rankings are fair, unfair or just about right. With that, let’s begin. Last week ESPN, Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports all listed the Warriors at ...

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Inside the Scope: Los Angeles Lakers x Golden State Warriors

By Ryan Matsuura (@RyanKMatsuura5) Game Info Tip Off: 7:30 PM PST Television: CSNBayHD Los Angeles Lakers Team Profile Offensive Efficiency: 101.7 (19th in NBA) Defensive Efficiency: 103.6 (19th in NBA) Scope the Opposition: Forum Blue and Gold. Preview: When Kobe Bryant put out this video, Warriors and Bay Area Lakers fans circled December 21 as a chance to increase the intensity of a dormant rivalry. But ...

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West Coast Struggle: Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes

  Klay Thompson and Harrison Barnes have had a tough stretch of games early in the 2013-14 season. Indeed, heading into the matchup with the Los Angeles Lakers tonight, both have shot an identical 41.3 percent from the field in their past 10 games. Shot selection has been an issue and consequently, some fans feel as though they have regressed. Further exacerbating issues for the pair is the notion that perh ...

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Tiago Splitters Warriors

The Golden State Warriors suffered a tough defeat last night at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs opted to play  without Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili (rest) while Tony Parker also missed the game because of a right shin injury. Given that Golden State had all of their big guns when compared to the Spurs, there’s a sentiment that they should have won the game, especially considering the fact it w ...

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Reactions: Spurs 104, Warriors 102

San Antonio Spurs 104 Final Recap | Box Score 102 Golden State Warriors David Lee, PF 39 MIN | 13-22 FG | 6-7 FT | 13 REB | 2 AST | 1 STL | 0 BLK | 1 TO | 32 PTS | +3Lee was liability defensively on multiple occasions, but he more than made up for it with his board work and interior scoring. The Spurs simply struggled to defend him both on the block and off the dribble. Andre Iguodala, SF 31 MIN | 3-4 FG | ...

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3-on-3: Spurs at Warriors

With the Golden State Warriors hosting the San Antonio Spurs in a nationally televised game on TNT (Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker will all miss the game), the Warriors World staff tackled the matchup and the state of Dubs in this installment of 3-on-3. Fact or Fiction: The Warriors are a top-four team in the West with Andre Iguodala. Danny Leroux, Warriors World: Fact. Oklahoma City and San Anto ...

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Warriors Too in Love with 3s?

  The Golden State Warriors are extremely reliant on the 3-point shot and one can only wonder if that is a sound philosophy. The Dubs shoot the ball with great proficiency from long range and consequently, they can go on huge runs against opponents when they are hitting the bottom of the net. Mark Jackson’s team is among the top-10 leaders in treys attempted per game and has consistently been near the top o ...

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Inside the Scope: New Orleans Pelicans x Golden State Warriors

  Game Info Tip Off: 7:30 PM PST Television: CSNBayHD New Orleans Pelicans Team Profile Offensive Efficiency: 105.4 (7th in NBA) Defensive Efficiency: 103.7 (22nd in NBA) Scope the Opposition: Bourbon Street Shots. Preview: The Golden State Warriors (13-12) suffered a tough loss at the hands of the Phoenix Suns (14-9) in their last contest. The Dubs’ late-game execution left much to be desired and it cost t ...

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