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A Quick History Lesson About the NBA’s Best Team I am never surprised by the people I meet or the things I see while using Bay Area Rapid Transit. On my way to Oracle for a recent game, I hopped on BART and had this cross-generational exchange with a 17-year-old Warriors fan holding the handrail next to me. Kid: “Nice jersey.” Me: “I’m sorry – what’s that?” Kid: “That’s a dope Draymond Green retro.” Me: “Oh ...

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Roundtable: Bogut’s Health & The Splash Brothers’ All-Star Odds

1. Should the Warriors limit Bogut's minutes and sit him on back end of back to back games? Jordan Ramirez Yes, because Andrew Bogut is simply more important to this team come playoff time. Reaching 60 wins is now a realistic possibility, even more so with Bogut, but given the deep pool of Western Conference contenders the Warriors are looking at a difficult matchup regardless of seeding. If limiting Bogut’ ...

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The Warriors Lost! What Happens Next? | WW Podcast 76

What!? A loss!? What is this!? After winning 16 straight games, the Warriors finally fell against the Memphis Grizzlies. Without Andrew Bogut for the forseeable future, what can we expect from the team now? In the first segment, we discuss the recent road trip, Bogut's injury and discuss the upcoming Oklahoma City Thunder matchup with The Sports Fan Journal's Ed Maisonet. In our second segment, we take a ha ...

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Warriors Streaking, Curry’s Game Winner & MVP Talk | WW Podcast 74

We're back from the Thanksgiving holiday to talk everything about the first place Golden State Warriors. The team is riding a 10-game winning streak and is 15-2. So, naturally, there are positive vibes all the way around. In our first segment, we discuss the five-game road trip, Stephen Curry's game winning shot and welcome in KTVU legend Sal Castaneda to talk the Bay Area vibe surrounding the team. Next, w ...

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Curry Shows His Magic In Win Against Orlando

Sports are stupid sometimes. The Warriors had no business winning this game. Coming off a perfect five-game road trip, the team looked sluggish, one step slow and outgunned for most of the game. In a Tuesday night matchup against the Orlando Magic, many thought the Warriors would cruise to another double-digit victory against a hapless Eastern Conference opponent. -== Steph Curry Drains Game Winning 3-PT Sh ...

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Warriors Show Maturity With Blowout Win Against Jazz

Al Jefferson had 30 points on 12-22 shooting with 13 rebounds. Gerald Henderson dropped 17 points with eight rebounds and six assists. The Warriors combined to shoot 32% on 93 shots, made only 4-20 from deep with only four fast break points. The Charlotte Bobcats were rounding out a 4-game road trip, where, after their 91-75 drubbing of the Golden State Warriors, would have them coming home 3-1. The Bobcats ...

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Warriors Go Streaking & We Give Lacob His Props | WW Podcast 73

There's been three games since our last podcast, which has resulted in three Warriors wins. The team took care of business against the Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets and Los Angeles Lakers last week, and we're here to talk about the victories in our first segment. In our second and final segment, we welcome in 95.7 The Game's Matt Steinmetz as we talk about the team's early success, give Joe Lacob his pro ...

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Diving Into Turnovers, Iggy & Coach Kerr | WW Podcast 72

5-2 record and Warriors fans are panicking! Alright, maybe not that drastic, but there are some questions with this team and the WarriorsWorld podcast discusses all of them this week. In our first segment, we talk the 5-2 start and the last two games to be specific. Should we be concerned about the turnovers? Can Andre Iguodala flourish with the second-unit? How has Steve Kerr faired throughout his first ha ...

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