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Game Recap: Curry’s Late-Game Heroics Carries The Warriors

Stephen Curry connected layup with 3.2 seconds left in the 4th quarter. He tallied 25 points leading the Warriors past the Rockets 102-99 in overtime. James Harden knocked down a go-ahead jumper and Curry responded with an off-hand layup over Dwight Howard. Jermaine O'Neal, who replaced the injured Andrew Bogut, had the defensive play of the night. The veteran center rejected Chandler Parsons' baseline dunk ...

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Reactions: Warriors 112, Rockets 116

Houston Rockets 116 FinalRecap | Box Score 112 Golden State Warriors David Lee, PF 37 MIN | 8-13 FG | 7-8 FT | 10 REB | 0 AST | 1 STL | 2 BLK | 2 TO | 23 PTS | -7All-Star David Lee was on full display Friday night. Terrence Jones isn't Serge Ibaka, but he's a competent defender that had the potential of limiting an already struggling Lee. Instead, Lee showed signs of life for the first time this season with ...

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Western Conference Performers 3-on-3

The opening weekend of the 2013 postseason has come and gone. Warriors World reached out to Jovan Buha of Clipperblog and Rey Moralde of Forum Blue & Gold to get their takes on the Western Conference playoffs. 1. Best performance from a player on a losing team in the Western Conference? Jovan Buha, Clipperblog: Dwight Howard. Somehow, Howard always makes a 20-15 game look mundane. That’s absurd. With Ko ...

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David Lee: Better than the Knicks Anticipated?

This past season, Jeremy Lin took over New York as well as the NBA by storm and became for a lack of a better comparison, the ultimate Disney movie. He reminded people that should they stick to their dreams, there is a good chance that they will come true. And just like that, the dream was over… In New York. Lin famously signed an offer sheet with the Houston Rockets that Knicks owner James Dolan did not wa ...

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Behind the Scenes: WarriorsWorld in Las Vegas

The evolution of the “blog” is amazing. No longer do you have to write for a major newspaper or work for a national outlet to gain access to events. While beat writers are still considered the prime channel for news and stories, blogs have advanced enough to where they’re now a respectable source for news and insight.  As a result, blogs are now now considered equals to those purist forms of journalism, als ...

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Klay and Lin

Another game, another strong performance from Klay Thompson. Jerry West's guy went 4-6 against the Suns, 5-10 against Houston, and 8-11 against Denver. The kid's showing out. Klay Thompson came out of school with a dubious statistical resume. Beautiful as his jumper flew, deft as his use of screens was, he never shot over 40% from behind the college arc. Shooting defined his NBA appeal, so this was a concer ...

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A look back at Jeremy Lin

The Warriors clearly erred in cutting Jeremy Lin, though this error did not seem so glaring at the time. The forgivable decision was connected to the unforgivable use of an amnesty on Charlie Bell, in pursuit of Deandre Jordan’s shadow. So focused was I on the waste of an amnesty, that I did not bother to consider the waste of a player. The amnesty-nixing was so harmful to future Warriors plans, that it ren ...

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