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Mark Jackson Coaching For His Job?

The Golden State Warriors’ spring success might decide the fate of Mark Jackson. In an odd twist of fate, it appears as though ownership subscribes to the Janet Jackson theory: What have you done for me lately? Jackson is on the verge of taking the Warriors to consecutive postseasons for the first time in over two decades, and yet, an argument could be made that he is on the hot seat since he has yet to rec ...

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Time Off May Decide Warriors’ Season

The Golden State Warriors will be getting some timely down time this week. The Dubs will benefit from a four-day breather this week before taking on the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday. With the Golden State in the midst of a playoff push, this break could not have come at a better time. Between injuries and individual struggles, the Warriors will get an opportunity to regroup and potentially get ready for the ...

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My Case for Jim Barnett

I sat down in the media dining room at Madison Square Garden. The Warriors were about to square off against the New York Knicks for what would be Stephen Curry’s first game in The Big Apple since his incredible 54-point performance last February. It was Friday night, the game was to be broadcasted on ESPN and the energy in and around the arena was buzzing. I took my seat at the far end of the dining room, m ...

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Warriors Look To Finish The Season Strong

It is no secret that the Golden State Warriors have struggled to build significant momentum during the season; except their 10-game winning streak in the early stages. The Warriors have a little luck on their side. A favorable home schedule has Golden State in an optimistic mood. Tonight, the Atlanta Hawks visit the Warriors. Mark Jackson's club will play nine of their next 11 games at home and 13 of their ...

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Carmelo Anthony to the Golden State Warriors?

With Carmelo Anthony scheduled to become a free agent this offseason, it’s worth pondering whether the Golden State Warriors should be on his list of potential destinations. Anthony can opt out of his contract this summer and hit the open market. Earlier in the season, Anthony publicly manifested his desire to become a free agent to Rafi Kohan of The New York Observer: I want to be a free agent. I think eve ...

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Monta to Milwaukee, Andrew to Oakland: Two Years Later

March 13th will mark the two-year anniversary of the Golden State Warriors’ most consequential non-draft personnel move of the last decade: the Monta Ellis trade. Let’s rewind the tape a bit to get a sense of where the Warriors were then, and then fast-forward a bit to see where they are now. The Warriors’ 2011-12 season was tumultuous, to say the least. It had been several years since the raucous heights o ...

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Catching Up with Some Old Friends: Ex-Warriors Around the League

There’s really no high-minded purpose to this article. Sometimes it’s fun to simply find out what some of our favorite—or least-favorite—Golden State Warriors of yesteryear are up to these days. And there’s a long list of lovable headcases and goofy role players kicking around the league who used to don the blue and gold. Let’s catch up with some of them! (The first of these players are, selfishly, listed i ...

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Thank You Bazed God: Kent Bazemore and Other Summer League Superstars We’ve Loved

Let’s look at a couple of video clips. First, here’s Oakland’s favorite cheerleader-raconteur Kent Bazemore taking it to the rim in NBA Summer League play. He spies an opening, and uses a frighteningly quick first step to reach the hole, where he absolutely destroys the rim, triggering a rally that culminated in a Warriors win. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kzy1C8M5tPM Next is Bazemore in a similar positi ...

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