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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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Klay’s Historic Night & LILBTHEBASEDGOD Joins The Show | WW Podcast 80

Welcome back to a historic episode of the WarriorsWorld podcast! In our first segment we talk the greatest quarter in NBA history and how Klay Thompson managed to do it. In our second and final segment we welcome in LILBTHEBASEDGOD to talk Golden State's success, his fondest basketball memories and whether the Kevin Durant curse is still alive. Oh yeah, and he drops a new freestyle. Remember to subscribe, d ...

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Klay Thompson Showing Why The All-Star Game Matters

It’s a rudimentary award on the grand scale of an NBA career. The award means little for some, everything for most. For a 17-time All-Star like Kobe Bryant, it’s become a midseason custom. For Kyle Korver, it could be the only chance he has to represent more than the name on his jersey. Being named an “All-Star” means you’ve become an entity, and an important one at that. Sure, Joe Johnson made the All-Star ...

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Warriors Split Road Trip & Why Is Barkley Mad At The Bay Area? | WW Podcast 79

A rare loss breeds a new podcast. The Warriors traveled to Oklahoma City and Houston in one of the toughest back-to-backs the team will have all season. They split those games, and we talk about what went wrong, Steve Kerr channeling his inner Gregg Popovich and why Charles Barkley hates the Bay Area. In our second segment we welcome Andy Liu of SBNation and ask what concerns this team has moving into the s ...

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Lopsided Victories Will Pay Dividends For The Warriors

Believe it or not, drubbing a team more often than not pays dividends It’s a shocking development for most, but one the Warriors haven’t adopted until now. This is the result of numerous additions, most specifically the coaching staff and enhanced bench. Not only is the team playing fundamental basketball based on increased ball movement and spacing, but the new additions have allowed the stars to play less ...

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Warriors Go Streaking Again | WW Podcast 78

Four games have been played since our last episode, with four wins being the result. Highlighted with the Warriors' 112-94 victory over the Cavaliers, the team is once again riding a long winning streak. How long can they keep this one up? In our first segment, we review the highlights of these last four games, debate Draymond Green vs. Kevin Love and the sights and sounds of Oracle Arena. In our second and ...

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Warriors Forming A Different Kind of Big Three

Forming an elite core of players is nothing new to basketball. Most recently, the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers have built a “Big Three” by convincing superstars to play for them to form powerful trios that in Miami’s case, goes on to win titles. Neither of these teams have done it the way the Warriors are doing it now, however. -== Top Five Signature Performances of Early 2014-15 Season ==- Miami’s re ...

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The Curry One Represents Much More Than A Signature Shoe

  It wasn’t held at some extravagant museum, large university or even at Warriors headquarters. If you’ve followed the career of Stephen Curry, you know that he’s not one for excessive self-promotion or boastfulness. He’s humble in every sense of the word, and given his upbringing in Charlotte, North Carolina under the teachings and tutelage of his father, Dell, and mother, Sonya, that should come as n ...

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Warriors Continue to Prove They’re the Best | WW Podcast 77

The WarriorsWorld Podcast is back after a brief holiday hiatus to talk more Warriors wins, a couple losses and the reality that this team is the best in the NBA. In our first segment, we discuss the games over the holidays as well as the last two matchups against the Toronto Raptors and Oklahoma City Thunder. Should the Warriors fear the Thunder down the road? Who had Justin Holiday contributing this early? ...

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