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Harrison Barnes Should Stop Giving A Shit

  Steph Curry don’t give a shit. Draymond Green really don’t give a shit. Klay Thompson don’t give two shits. Harrison Barnes? He gives too many shits. Basketball players have to not give a shit to reach their potential. This is a scientific fact. I know because it happened to me. And anything that happens to me is a universal truth for all. Or so I believe. See, growing up I was a really good basketba ...

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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 67

  The WarriorsWorld podcast is back and ready to talk everything Media Day and Warriors training camp. In our first segment we wrap up a tame Media Day and talk about out our biggest concerns heading into training camp. In our second segment we welcome in Steve Berman, the Bay Area Sports Guy, to talk Media Day, the new era of Warriors basketball and what big storylines we see heading into the new seas ...

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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 66

It's almost time. The season is almost upon us, and as Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson wrap up their Gold medal campaign in Spain, the WarriorsWorld team can't wait to get things in motion. But first, we talk FIBA, the Splash Brothers' performance and what we can take away from the summer. We're joined by a longtime supporter of the site and talk recent transactions as well as give our "Boof of the Week" aw ...

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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 64

Another week, another episode of the WarriorsWorld podcast! In our first segment, we discuss the Warriors 2014-15 schedule and breakdown our favorite matchups, sneaky good games and our initial predictions for the season. In our second segment, we welcome in Clippers swingman Jared Dudley who talks about his offseason, Steve Ballmer, how the Clippers gameplanned for Stephen Curry and why the Warriors should ...

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Our interview with Warriors Point Guard Aaron Craft

What’s in a summer? For Aaron Craft, the undrafted rookie out of Ohio State who just recently signed a partially guaranteed one-year deal with the Warriors, a lot is riding on these dry summer months. For one, Craft has already impressed many, including first year head coach Steve Kerr, during Craft’s time playing for the Warriors’Summer League team in Las Vegas. Craft won over Kerr with his high energy, de ...

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Top-5 Game Winners of the 2013-14 Season

Game winners are fun. They count the same as 115-92 victories, but the excitement garnered from a well executed dagger is one of the great feelings the NBA produces on a nightly basis. Sometimes, your team is on the opposite end of one which, conversely, produces one of the emptiest feelings the NBA has to offer. But, if you're lucky enough the possession arrow points to your team's side and the basket is d ...

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Top-5 Trades in Warriors History

The long, windy, desolate road of Golden State incompetence is known. Frankly, it's depressing. Fans are more than aware of the miscues and critics have no shortage of words for how awful these decisions were. Drafts, trades, firings and hirings: the Warriors have had it all. But, despite all the mistakes multiple owners, general managers, coaches and players have made, there actually have been some fantast ...

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NBA Summer League 1-on-1: Festus Ezeli

Festus Ezeli was selected with the last pick of the first round in the 2012 NBA Draft. He wasn't a popular name, but his selection assured the organization (and fans) that the team recognized its need for a formidable center to backup Andrew Bogut. Ezeli showed promise with stout interior defense, his ability to block shots and subsequently, filling in the role he was drafted for earlier than many thought h ...

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