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Vytis writes for several ESPN TrueHoop blogs, including Warriors World, Roundball Mining Company and HoopChalk. You can contact him on Twitter @VytisLasaitis

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Game Preview: Warriors Looking To Extend Winning Streak To Three Games

The Golden State Warriors are riding a positive wave following a tough victory over the Utah Jazz. Stephen Curry exploded for 44 points, leading the Dubs to their first consecutive victory since Jan. 7. On Tuesday, the Charlotte Bobcats are coming to town, as Golden State tries to put together a little mid-season streak. Frontcourt: David Lee missed last game, and his offense was sorely missed. It took all ...

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Game Preview: Warriors Looking To Win Two Straight Games In Utah

The Golden State Warriors took advantage of the absence of Chris Paul, and cruised past the Los Angeles Clippers at home on Thursday. On Friday, the Utah Jazz will host the Warriors on the end of a back-to-back, as Golden State will look to win two games in a row for the first time since the end of their 10-game winning streak. Frontcourt: Derrick Favors is not yet a well-developed offensive big man in the ...

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Game Preview: Warriors Looking To Regain Consistency Against Clippers

The Golden State Warriors put up a sloppy performance against the Washington Wizards, with basically every starter struggling mightily on the offensive end. No one could make a shot, and although the Warriors were able to keep the game close with great defense, the execution down the stretch was poor. Golden State has dropped three out of the last four games, and will look to regain some consistency against ...

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Was Andre Iguodala The Missing Piece For Warriors?

When Mark Jackson was appointed as the head coach of the Golden State Warriors in June of 2011, he vowed to alter his team’s identity and introduce a seemingly foreign concept – defense. The Warriors had just finished the season 26th in defensive efficiency, allowing 106.7 points per 100 possessions. Jackson’s ambition, while admirable, was laughable considering the players he had at his disposal. The team ...

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Game Preview: Warriors Looking To Build On Strong Effort Against Wizards

After a couple of tough losses, the Golden State Warriors went back to the drawing board and showed up big-time in their last game. They came out of Sunday's contest with a statement victory against the Portland Trail Blazers, shutting down the best offensive team in the league. Tuesday evening, the Washington Wizards will be the Warriors' opposition for the second time in January. Last time around, Golden ...

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Inside The Scope: Golden State Warriors x Minnesota Timberwolves

Following what feels like a too long of a wait for most Golden State Warriors fans, Stephen Curry and the Dubs will be back on the national television stage Friday night, taking on the Minnesota Timberwolves. After dropping three straight games, the Wolves regained some confidence by blowing out the Utah Jazz two games in a row. They will look to extend their brief winning streak against the Warriors, who w ...

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Inside The Scope: Golden State Warriors x Indiana Pacers

For the first time this season, the Golden State Warriors will face the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers have established dominance in the Eastern Conference, at least in the standings, and have been the most impressive team in the NBA during this regular season. After lining up four straight wins on their home court, the Pacers hit the road and will visit Oracle Arena on Monday. Keys to the game/Players to watch ...

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Inside The Scope: Golden State Warriors x New Orleans Pelicans

Fresh off being at the mercy of Kevin Durant, the Golden State Warriors will try to bounce back from a tough loss by taking on the struggling New Orleans Pelicans. Although this will be a back-to-back game for the Warriors, they are catching the Pelicans at the right time. New Orleans are currently on a seven-game losing streak, the highest in the Western Conference. Tyreke Evans could potentially return to ...

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