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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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Report: Mark Jackson forces reassignment of assistant Brian Scalabrine

According to Yahoo! Sports, head coach Mark Jackson has forced the reassignment of assistant coach Brian Scalabrine from the Warriors bench. In what's become an increasingly dysfunctional atmosphere,Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson has forced a reassignment of assistant coach Brian Scalabrine, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Ownership and management have been strong advocates of Scalabrine and his ...

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My Case for Jim Barnett

I sat down in the media dining room at Madison Square Garden. The Warriors were about to square off against the New York Knicks for what would be Stephen Curry’s first game in The Big Apple since his incredible 54-point performance last February. It was Friday night, the game was to be broadcasted on ESPN and the energy in and around the arena was buzzing. I took my seat at the far end of the dining room, m ...

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Reactions: Warriors 90, Spurs 99

San Antonio Spurs 99 FinalRecap | Box Score 90 Golden State Warriors David Lee, PF 28 MIN | 5-11 FG | 3-4 FT | 7 REB | 1 AST | 0 STL | 0 BLK | 5 TO | 13 PTS | -3Lee doesn't get a low grade for his defense, and quite frankly the entire Warriors defense didn't have a bad night on that end, it was more the Spurs incredible, pinpoint execution that made it seem worse than it actually was. The Spurs shot 39% on ...

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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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Reactions: Warriors 103, Magic 89

Orlando Magic 89 FinalRecap | Box Score 103 Golden State Warriors David Lee, PF 32 MIN | 8-12 FG | 4-4 FT | 10 REB | 1 AST | 1 STL | 0 BLK | 1 TO | 20 PTS | +20Lee had an efficient game on the offensive end, draining most of his shots inside, every free throw and grabbing 10 rebounds in 32 minutes. He struggled defensively against Nikola Vucevic, who has now entered "Warriors Killer" territory. Jackson opte ...

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