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Wallpaper Wednesday: Steph Curry Ready To Take The Throne

The Warriors are getting ready to take on the Sacramento Kings tonight to open the 2014-15 season. The Warriors have been picked to surprise some people this season and some have even gone as far as to predict they will reach the NBA Finals. Quite a change for a franchise that has not reached past the Western Conference Semi-Finals since the 1975-76 season. One of the main reasons the Warriors find themselv ...

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Warriors Weekly: The Summer That Was And Klay’s Extension

Welcome to another year of Warriors Weekly! Every Tuesday, I will do my best to reflect on the past week, look ahead and shed some light on the important issues surrounding the team I have covered most of the last five years. The Summer That Was: Despite the absence of a draft pick or much salary cap flexibility, Bob Myers and company certainly made it a compelling summer. It all started out with the firing ...

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Are The Warriors Finally Favorites?

No, the Warriors aren’t the favorites to win the Finals, the Western Conference or even their own division, but have they captured the hearts and minds of the national conglomerate? What may seem a minute task for some is vastly important to most. The players, this team and most importantly, the organization is finally being recognized and in their most promising season yet, expectations are at an all-time ...

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What We Learned From The Warriors This Pre-Season

As preseason winds down, some trends are beginning to emerge for Steve Kerr’s 2014-15 Golden State Warriors. Preseason play is hard to quantify. The stats, while meaningful in pointing out some developments, are also largely meaningless. And while everything should be taken with a grain of salt, let's delve into what we’re seeing so far. Here are the Top 7 trends we saw from the Warriors in the Pre-season: ...

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Can Stephen Curry Capture the 2014-15 MVP?

The MVP award should be within the sights of Stephen Curry during the 2014-15 campaign. After a sensational 2013-14 season in which Steph averaged career highs in points (24), assists (8.5), true shooting percentage (61) and PER (24.1), it’s time to look at Curry as an MVP candidate. To be clear, I’m not talking about him merely as a feel good story who could hopefully finish somewhere among the top five at ...

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Tweets Of The Night: Warriors Lose Without Splash Brothers In Texas

The Warriors have now last two consecutive pre-seasons games, this time it was to the Houston Rockets. The sky is not falling, not only is this the pre-season, but the Warriors were without Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. Nemanja Nedovic filled in nicely for Curry, scoring 16 points and dishing out five dimes. Justin Holiday played about 20 minutes, but made the most of it. He finished the game with 18 point ...

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WW Forum Roundup: Which Players Will Crack The Roster?

The Warriors finally got their first loss of the pre-season, but surely nobody is losing sleep over it. The Warriors look like a team that is coming together and have adapted to Steve Kerr's coaching style. With no game today, our forums had some interesting topics.  Much debate on which player will earn the last spot on the roster. Steve Kerr is high on Jason Kapono, but Justin Holiday has shown some promi ...

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Tweets Of The Night: Warriors Lose To Heat In KC

  The Golden State Warriors finally lose in the pre-season. The Miami Heat scored 32 points in the fourth quarter and held the Warriors to 13. No need to panic, this is simply a pre-season game and at times the Warriors looked like they were beginning to gel offensively. Klay Thompson had a game high 29 points, David Lee right behind him with 24 of his own. Chris Bosh had 21 for the Heat. Some members ...

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