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Jordan Ramirez

Jordan Ramirez is a 23 year-old Bay Area resident with a love for basketball and an obsession for everything worth obsessing over. Growing up and residing in San Jose, the Warriors have brought both tears of joy and sadness to his life (mostly the latter). When he's not sharing his thoughts on music, movies, pop culture and Kanye West you can find him writing for WarriorsWorld and hosting the WarriorsWorld podcast. Follow him on Twitter (@JRAM_91), IG: (JRAM_91) and e-mail him at (jordan@warriorsworld.net).

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The Fall & Rise of Steph Curry Paves Way for Game 5

The groans of a fanbase couldn’t be more audible. Whether you were watching on television, listening on the radio, sharing a room with other fans or telepathically adjoined, the fall and flip of superstar Steph Curry was frighteningly clear. The Most Valuable Player and fulcrum for their championship hopes gave fans a feeling not felt before, even with an injury history so well-chronicled as Curry's. Maybe ...

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Steph Curry Grounds Rockets as Warriors on Brink of NBA Finals

6’ 3,” 190 pounds vs. 6’11,” 275 pounds. It was with 5:30 left in the second quarter where Steph Curry boxed out the physical specimen known as Dwight Howard. Curry’s team wasn’t down 11, wasn’t in dire need of a win trailing 2-0 in the Western Conference and wasn’t playing at home. -== Top 11 Steph Curry Moments Of His Career ==- Curry got inside position on Howard and ripped down a one-handed rebound with ...

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Steph Curry Outduels Harden as Warriors Hold off Rockets

“Again, this is the furthest that I’ve been,” said first-year Warrior Shaun Livingston. “The opportunity is amazing.” For many Golden State Warriors fans, this is also the furthest they’ve been. It was the opening game of the Western Conference Finals, a feat the franchise hasn’t seen since their last championship in the 1974-75 season. As the resounding favorite, the opportunity is there for more history, ...

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Warriors Move on & Wrapping up the Grizzlies Series | WW 96

The Warriors are moving on to the Western Conference Finals! The Memphis Grizzlies gave them a challenge, but the Warriors simply had too much firepower and took the series in six games on Friday night. With the help of the MVP, the Warriors ended what was once a scary series. The podcast is back and we wrap up the second round series. Also, we take some calls including Ethan Sherwood Strauss of ESPN and ot ...

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Steph Curry’s Heroics Helps Send Warriors to West Finals

“That's one of those special moments,” said Tony Allen. “He's one of those special kind of guys. They make those kind of shots." After Games 2 and 3, a 62-foot heave from Steph Curry hitting nothing but nylon seemed unfathomable. The Warriors finished two consecutive games with a combined total of six threes, an incredible drought for a team known for flash floods. -== Klay Thompson’s Top 5 Dunks Of His Car ...

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Warriors Respond in Game 4 & Talking Grizzlies Twitter | WW 95

The crew is back in studio and talking about two of the most stressful games of the season for the Warriors. After the dissapointing performance in Game 3, #WarriorsTwitter was a mess and we discuss the game, the days leading up the Game 4 and finally, the impressive win on Monday. In our last segment we take a couple calls and discuss #GrizzliesTwitter making themselves known. Remember to subscribe, downlo ...

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Playoff Barnes & Steph Curry Shine in Crucial Game 4 Win

“After watching Game 3, we saw that we just got punked.” No, these weren’t the words of Draymond Green or Andrew Bogut, who are usually the ones spewing gems following games. Instead, it was Harrison Barnes; the much maligned third-year forward who is evolving right in front of our eyes. -==  Top 7 Dunkers In Warriors History  ==- Barnes has never been one to grab the microphone, never one to say any more w ...

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Warriors-Grizzlies, State of the NBA & MVP Talk | WW Podcast 94

The WarriorsWorld Podcast is back and talking about...a loss? The Warriors have a series on their hands with the Memphis Grizzlies as it's now tied 1-1 after the Grizzlies 97-90 win at Oracle on Tuesday. In our first segment, we welcome Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports to talk the state of the NBA, the Grizzlies impressive Game 2 victory and what to expect in the upcoming games. -== 5 Reasons Why the Warriors W ...

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