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Reading the Warriors Tea Leaves: Potential First Round Playoff Loss Lies Ahead

By: Jesse Taylor Warriors fans are a passionate yet pessimistic bunch. I should know. I’ve been one for close to 30 years. Just sitting idly by while letting the season play out is not something I am comfortable doing. I need to know right now what lies ahead for the Warriors. So I decided to play the role of Miss Cleo and predict the remainder of the schedule for the Western Conference’s top 11 teams, from ...

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Enough With The David Lee Slander Already

By: Jesse Taylor David Lee is a bad defender. No stats or short video from a game in Minnesota needed to tell me that. But being bad at defense doesn’t mean you deserve to get laughed at and completely disrespected. According to multiple public reports and sources I’ve spoken to, that’s what happened Friday at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston. Speaking at one of the sessions, Grantland co ...

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Steph Curry the new age Chris Mullin

By: Jesse Taylor Saying you were broke in college is like saying you believe in God when you’re really not sure if you believe in God but you’re scared if you don’t believe in God while if you look at science and reality you probably really wouldn’t believe in God. Everybody says that shit. But for real, I was soooo broke in college. I graduated thanks to grant money and odd jobs like delivering pizzas and ...

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Should the Warriors trade for Eric Gordon? Bye Bye Klay?

By: Scott Horlbeck Bill Simmons had Ric Bucher and Marc Stein on the B.S Report last week (February 11th). I’m a huge Simmons fan so I listen to all his podcasts. After greeting both guys, his first question goes to Bucher - mind you, the Warriors have lost four in a row at this point. Simmons: “Let start with the Warriors. After a four game tail spin, I was actually thinking about them as a possible real d ...

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The NBA Shine

By: Jesse Taylor There was a 3-day shine emanating around my house this weekend. It felt so good to have it back. I was once a cynic. I gained more pleasure from griping about NBA All-Star Weekend than I did from the festivities themselves. But there are enough cynics; just read Twitter. The world doesn’t need me adding to it. For bringing that NBA shine back, I’d like to thank my 7-year-old son (pictured w ...

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Ball So Hard at Oracle Arena via @IMPRM

The Golden State Warriors, TripleDoubleSports.org, IMPRM Clothing & WEKSOS present the 3rd edition of "BALL SO HARD" @ Oracle Arena. This is the PERFECT family friendly event for ALL AGES as the first 100 people to purchase their tickets through this program will be invited to take a PICTURE and SHOOT A SHOT on the Golden State Warriors home court. Go to www.TripleDoubleSports.org and click on PURCHASE ...

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The Klay Thompson Watch: Game #8-What More Can I Klay? He Drives, Scores and Defends

Reader’s Note: Beginning January 29, WarriorsWorld spent two weeks examining the play of Klay Thompson. We first performed this exercise with David Lee. In his second NBA season, Thompson has been the Warriors’ most inconsistent player. You can argue that he hasn’t improved much from his rookie year and has made some of the most boneheaded plays this side of JaVale McGee. But when his shot is falling, it’s ...

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Putting Klay Thompson under the microscope

By: Mohamed Abdihakim Klay Thompson has been having a difficult season shooting the ball. The numbers, at first glance, tell a less grim story. Now firmly established as Mark Jackson’s primary two-guard, Thompson’s increased playing time has been accompanied by a boost in scoring. In his rookie season, the sophomore out of Washington State averaged 12.5 points per game, on just over 24 minutes of game time. ...

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