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The 6th Man And Generating Offense Without Steph Curry

The sixth man is a funny concept. The NBA defines the sixth man of the year as “the league's most valuable player for his team coming off the bench as a substitute.” This definition over time seems to have evolved to ‘the player who scores the most off of the bench’. Even then, there’s a bit of a disconnect. Still, the concept of ‘how are we going to score when our best player is off the floor’ is an import ...

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Warriors World Roundtable: How Many Games Will The W’s Win?

Which game are you looking forward to the most? Sam Esfandiari: Christmas Day.  That has to be everyone's answer right?  Before the schedule was released, every Warriors fan assumed there would be another Christmas day re-match.  The flopping, the skirmishes, the ejections, every Warriors-Clippers game the last two seasons has had playoff intensity.  Add the heartbreaking seven game series loss in the final ...

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Warriors World Forum Roundup: Who has the better offensive game?

There is no denying that Steph Curry is an elite talent in the NBA, but how does he compare to LeBron James? Curry was a guest on the Dan Patrick Show this morning and was asked if he was a better offensive player that the four time NBA MVP. Like any other great player, Curry is confident in his own ability and he has the numbers to prove it. Which is why Curry would acknowledge that he believes he's the be ...

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Has the Warriors’ Bench Improved This Off-Season?

With the signing of Andre Iguodala, the Warriors broke the 50-game win barrier for the first time in 20 years. The Iguodala acquisition helped the Warriors become a top 5 defense in the NBA, and improve 4 wins upon the previous season. It was not without a cost however. In acquiring Iguodala, the Warriors had to let key bench catalysts, Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry, walk in free agency in the summer of 2013 ...

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USA Basketball Showcase: Splash Bros Bring Versatility To Team USA

Tonight’s Blue-White Scrimmage presents Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson a final opportunity to present their cases for making Team USA. Warrior fans will have an added interest tuning into the Team USA scrimmage when the ball tips tonight at the Thomas and Mack Center,. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson will be opponents for the first time in their professional careers. The Blue-White Scrimmage is the players ...

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Shaun Livingston Brings Versatility On Both Ends Of The Floor

Last season, Shaun Livingston played 76 games for the Brooklyn Nets. Livingston had a positive impact on both sides of the ball. Initially signed to be franchise point guard, Deron Williams struggled to stay healthy last season and his numbers were not as impressive. Livingston started the season playing less than 20 minutes per game, but his play eventually forced coach Jason Kidd to adapt his lineup and i ...

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Andre Iguodala Uses Yoga To Get Him Through The Season

This year's free agency period has been somewhat boring for the Golden State Warriors. The Kevin Love trade rumors got everyone riled up, but other than the Shaun Livingston acquisition, the Warriors are looking very similar to last year's squad. Last year, they acquired Andre Iguodala in a sign and trade deal with the Denver Nuggets and Utah Jazz. Iguodala is entering his 11th season in the league and is n ...

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Why The Warriors Should Keep Klay Thompson And Build For The Future

By: Corey Smith The trade talk centered around Kevin Love and the Golden State Warriors has seemed to divide both the decision makers in the Warriors Front Office, as well as the fan base. Long term projections of/involving Kevin Love, Kevin Martin, David Lee, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, etc. lead to a variety of opinions and desired outcomes. There are a few areas that most fans don’t recognize, but ar ...

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