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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 54

It's officially the second half of the season and welcome back for another edition of the WarriorsWorld podcast! In our first segment we talk about the Warriors win over the Rockets, Mark Jackson's offensive philosophy (or lack thereof) and the addition of Steve Blake. In our second and final segment we talk everything All-Star Weekend as I give a play-by-play of each day and give my thoughts on the city of ...

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Reactions: Warriors 102, Rockets 99

Houston Rockets 99 FinalRecap | Box Score 102 Golden State Warriors David Lee, PF 45 MIN | 11-22 FG | 6-7 FT | 14 REB | 0 AST | 2 STL | 1 BLK | 5 TO | 28 PTS | +12Lee now has 18 20/10 games this season, but this one might be the most frustrating of them all. Lee's first half was special: 6/7 from the field, 17 points (5/5 on FT) and nine rebounds. The second half saw different looks for Lee, as Kevin McHale ...

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Warriors Acquire Steve Blake from Lakers

The Golden State Warriors have acquired guard Steve Blake from the Los Angeles Lakers for Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks. The deal was first reported by the Los Angeles Times. Lakers closing in a deal to send Steve Blake to Golden State, according to Times sources. — Mike Bresnahan (@Mike_Bresnahan) February 20, 2014 Yahoo! Sports later confirmed the report. Golden State expected to send Kent Bazemore and ...

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Stephen Curry Google Hangout By Finish Line and Under Armour [Video]

On Friday, Golden State Warriors point-guard Stephen Curry held an autograph signing, Q&A and shootaround at Oakwood Center in New Orleans. The event saw hundreds of basketball fans crowd the hallways in anticipation of seeing the newest, freshest face in the NBA. Curry addressed the crowd, answered questions from fans and even challenged a lucky few to a 3-point contest. The event was live streamed on ...

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Warriors Disappoint in Lackluster All-Star Saturday Night

It sounded like a good idea at first.  Harrison Barnes can dunk, so he was in the dunk contest. Stephen Curry can shoot, so he was in the 3-Point Contest. The Warriors are an exciting team with a devout fan base and a large market. Barnes, despite his struggles this season, still carries a lot of weight due to his enormous success in high school, his time at North Carolina and his performance in the playoff ...

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Sights and Sounds From Friday at All-Star Weekend

I arrived in New Orleans Friday morning at around 9:00 AM and haven't slept but an hour on my red eye flight. This is New Orleans, All-Star Weekend and I'm only 22. I can't get tired. Not this weekend. In a weekend where the Warriors will be participating in four events, the potential to see multiple winners is there. On Friday, Harrison Barnes participated in the Rising Stars Challenge, and despite a 1/7 f ...

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Your 2014 Warriors All-Star Weekend Primer

For the second straight season, WarriorsWorld will be bringing you all the sights, sounds and musings from All-Star Weekend. 2013’s festivities in Houston saw Harrison Barnes and Klay Thompson compete in the Rising Stars Challenge, Stephen Curry splash in the 3-Point Contest and David Lee represent the Warriors as their first All-Star in 17 seasons.  Nothing against Houston, but it’s no New Orleans. As some ...

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Reactions: Warriors 110, Heat 111

Miami Heat 111 Final Recap | Box Score 110 Golden State Warriors David Lee, PF 33 MIN | 8-15 FG | 5-8 FT | 11 REB | 2 AST | 2 STL | 0 BLK | 3 TO | 21 PTS | +8Lee played well in is first start at center this season. The offense looked staggered and confused in the first half as the Warriors felt the wrath of the Heat's swarming defense. Bogut's absence led Lee to the starting center position against Chris Bo ...

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