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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).

Number of Entries : 263

The Ideal Path to the NBA Finals & the MVP Race | WW 88

The podcast returns with another new episode and no losses to discuss! The Warriors are rolling and seemingly running through the league until the playoffs begin, and we talk about what the team should focus on the rest of the regular season. What is the ideal path to the NBA Finals? Do the Warriors still need Andrew Bogut? How close is the MVP race? We discuss all that and more. In our second segment we we ...

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The Curious Case of David Lee

  “He's a great player. If I put him out there for 30 minutes a night, I have no doubt he'd average 18 points and 10 boards” said head coach Steve Kerr before a 106-98 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers earlier this month. “He'd do his thing because he's talented and skilled. But it's all about how the puzzle fits together. And right now, he's just been the odd man out.” The odd man out title has fo ...

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Warriors Dominate Again as Playoff Picture Becoming Clearer

The Warriors are rolling. That’s hardly surprising this season, though. They’ve won nine of their last ten games, hold a 7.5 game lead ahead of the next best team in the Western Conference and are contenders for every award the NBA has to offer. It’s quite the far cry from last season, when one year ago today this happened and the team – despite its success and eventual playoff berth – was in the midst of e ...

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Warriors Lay Groundwork for Playoff Success in Win Against Hawks

“It was just fun,” said head coach Steve Kerr following his team’s 114-95 dismantling of the Atlanta Hawks. “It’s a great win against a great team. We’ve had a lot of those this year. This doesn’t mean any more than some of the other big wins.” Kerr might need to be more specific about those “big” wins. His team leads the NBA in point differential (+10.7), which almost doubles the second place team, the afo ...

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Resting Players & Klay Thompson’s Injury | WW Podcast 87

With some recent lowly opponents now in the past, the Warriors are fully preparing for the playoffs. Resting players aside, the team has a difficult schedule coming up and we discuss everything on the podcast. In our first segment we discuss Steve Kerr resting players, David Lee's role on the team and we look ahead to the first round of the playoffs. In our final segment we talk the injuries to Serge Ibaka ...

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At 51-13, Warriors Showing The Culture Change They Needed

There’s nothing to sort out. My office is always open. We did talk. It’s nothing. My only point is, let’s talk. It’s nothing. You can go to anybody in my locker room. Pick who you want, there’s enough people to cover each and every one of them and ask them how the environment is. It’s a fun time (laughs). I mean, we are 10 games over .500. Some of you guys haven’t seen that in a long, long time. So keep on ...

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Warriors Streaking & Potential Playoff Foes | WW Podcast 86

Four games and four wins later, the WarriorsWorld podcast is back and ready to talk about them all. In our first segment we talk the wins, including everything that happened before, during and after the Clippers game on Sunday. With only 20 games left, we also talk the rest of the season and who the Warriors should want to play in the first round. Finally, we recap the third annual WarriorsWorld tournament ...

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Warriors vs. Clippers Is The Best (And Only) Rivalry in NBA

  Rivalries Are Thinning In Today’s NBA. As the league continues to thrive off individual talents, the once great popularity of any type of rivalry is slipping. With the evolving growth of the league and constant fluidity of star players entering the league, the need for hatred has been abated. Whether both teams are preparing for their future (Lakers-Celtics), reeling from the loss of their stars (Hea ...

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