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Warriors at Lakers: 3-on-3

With the Golden State Warriors taking on the Los Angeles Lakers tonight, Warriors World reached out to Forum Blue & Gold, the Lakers’ ESPN TrueHoop Affiliate blog, in this latest installment of 3-on-3. 1. Best moment of the Lakers season? Ryan Cole, Forum Blue & Gold: Steve Blake's game-winner over Dwight Howard was easily the highlight of this season. In a year where everything has seemingly gone w ...

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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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Are S.A. Spurs Team to Beat in the West?

The San Antonio Spurs are perhaps the best team in the Western Conference. Many expect the Oklahoma City Thunder to represent the West in the NBA Finals, but Russell Westbrook’s injuries are enough to cause fans to pause and reconsider their stances. That gives the Spurs an opening, and if we’re being honest, San Antonio could still claim the conference crown even with a healthy Westbrook. The Spurs own the ...

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Harrison Barnes Disappoints

Harrison Barnes has let many down so far this season. After breaking out in the playoffs last season and averaging 16.1 points per game, many expected Barnes to play like a stud this season. However, the second-year player has taken a step back. His scoring average has slightly improved, but that’s more so a product of added minutes. When we compare his statistical output per 36 minutes from last season and ...

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Draymond Green Defends Like LeBron James?

Draymond Green’s versatility on defense has prompted head coach Mark Jackson to compare him to perhaps the best player in the league: LeBron James. Green is in fact a unique player because of his size and quickness. At 6’7’’, the former Michigan State Spartan has the ability to guard every position on the court, and that’s a product of his competitive spirit. Jackson noticed this in Green’s rookie season wi ...

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News: Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala injuries

The Golden State Warriors will be without two key players tonight in their contest against the Orlando Magic. Andre Iguodala will be out of the lineup, and will also miss three games with knee tendinitis. Head coach Mark Jackson shared the news with Monte Poole of CSN Bay Area. Iguodala is averaging 9.3 points and 4.6 rebounds this season. Also worth noting, Andrew Bogut, averaging 7.8 points and 10.1 rebou ...

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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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