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Warriors Roadtrip Discussion & Predictions

  Toughest Game of the Roadtrip? Jordan Ramirez: Wednesday’s game on the second leg of a back-to-back against a feisty Orlando Magic team will be the toughest game of the road trip. Orlando isn’t horrible, and with Victor Oladipo, Channing Frye and Nikola Vucevic, they have players that can give the Warriors problems. The Warriors will be favorited by Las Vegas again, but this has the potential to be a ...

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Five Observations With Sheed: Warriors vs Kings

1.  Other than LeBron James and Kevin Durant, there is no player in the league as exciting to watch than Steph Curry. Curry plays the game with an unmatched enthusiasm and flair, which gives his opponent more stress than a man returning home to see his wife going through his cell phone. On a nightly basis, Curry looks to put on a show through his shooting, ball-handling wizardry and passing ability. 2.  Dra ...

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3×3: Should Harrison Barnes start? Who is the Back-up C? Biggest Camp storyline?

Biggest storyline to monitor during Training Camp? Jordan Ramirez: The Warriors front-court is a serious concern. Management is putting a lot of faith into Andrew Bogut, Festus Ezeli, Mo Speights and (gulp) Ognjen Kuzmic. With no moves made to bolster their line this off-season, their health is extremely important to the success of this team. With Andrew Bogut playing, this team is exponentially better than ...

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6 things to look for on Warriors Media Day

David Lee speaks Media Day will be first time since the playoff loss to the Clippers that we'll hear from Lee.  Did the trade rumors irk Lee? What about his future in Golden State? Will Lee touch on the rumors of Mark Jackson squashing the "#FullSquad" movement last season when he refused to allow the team to wear the shirts (which Lee had printed) in the locker-room? Lee has quietly spent the summer redefi ...

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How Steph Curry went from Good to Great

He was never the biggest, the strongest or the tallest. To say he had to work hard for his achievements doesn’t do his work ethic justice. To call him an underdog would be a vast understatement. Stephen Curry was able to learn from one of the greatest shooters in NBA history, but talent doesn’t equate to success. Dell Curry taught his son well, but Stephen doesn’t reach the superstar level of success he has ...

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VIDEO- Steph Curry: The Greatest Shooter of All-Time

This video is a compilation of Steph Curry 3-pointers sorted out into different categories: (0:31) - "CREATE OFF DRIBBLE" (3:16) - "TRANSITION" (4:13) - "LONG-RANGE" (5:45) - "OFF THE PASS" (6:48) - "CLUTCH SHOOTING" (7:20) - "FOUR-POINT PLAYS" (7:44) - "FLY BY" (8:23) - "ON FIRE" Steph Curry is the greatest shooter of all-time because of his ability to shoot the ball in so many different ways and at an eff ...

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An Increased Offensive Role for Andrew Bogut is Essential

By: Drew Kells When the Warriors’ front office came to an agreement on a three-year, $36 million extension with Andrew Bogut last October, it was clear that they saw him as a key piece of the franchise moving forward. On one side it looked risky paying top dollar to the injury prone center that had played a combined 44 games over the two previous regular seasons. On the other hand, it was a no brainer locki ...

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Better Back-court, Baron/JRich or Steph/Klay?

Sports debates are always entertaining as they usually include some yelling, profanity, false statistics, threats, slander but most importantly tons and tons of passion.  Recently at WarriorsWorld HQ's we were engaged in an interest debate - which was the better back-court, Baron Davis and Jason Richardson or Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. The Splash Brothers dominated the debate.  Steph and Klay are coming ...

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