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Video: Steve Blake Displays A Little Trickery

The Warriors have found their backup point guard. Steve Blake seems to be meshing with the Warriors quite nicely. Their Friday night thrashing of the New York Knicks gave Blake some opportunities to show a little flash. With just under ten minutes in the 2nd quarter, Blake hit Pablo Prigioni with a textbook crossover; creating an open lane to the basket. Blake was not done there... the veteran point guard b ...

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What is Andrew Bogut’s Value?

Andrew Bogut will become a free agent at the conclusion of the 2013-14 season and it is interesting to determine prior to the start of the season just what his financial value is. The Aussie’s camp probably would have preferred for the big man to enter free agency during the 2013 offseason given his monster defensive showing during the 2013 playoffs. The Golden State Warriors morphed into a wrecking ball wi ...

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Inside the Scope: Golden State Warriors x New York Knicks

  Game Details Tip Off: 5:00 p.m. (PT) Television: ESPN, CSN-BA New York Knicks Team Profile Offensive Efficiency: 108.3 (3rd in NBA) Defensive Efficiency: 103.3 (15th in NBA) Leaders Points: Carmelo Anthony, 28.4 PPG Rebounds: Tyson Chandler, 11.1 RPG Assists: Raymond Felton, 6.0 APG Steals: Jason Kidd, 1.7 SPG Blocks: Tyson Chandler, 1.2 BPG Field Goal Percentage: Tyson Chandler, 66.1% FG 3-Point Fie ...

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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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The “Defending” Champs: Dallas Mavericks

Last season, the Dallas Mavericks won 57 games and earned themselves the third seed of the Western Conference standings. One could argue that Dirk Nowitzki should have received far more consideration for the MVP award given how well the team performed when he was in the lineup, but his contributions largely went unnoticed outside of Dallas. Disco Dirk submitted a quite impressive shooting season: 51.7 perce ...

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Stuck in a Kwame Brown Moment

In Vanity Fair, Kurt Anderson controversially writes that we’re stuck in the cultural moment of the 90’s. The damning piece reminded me of Warriors fandom, which often feels like a dreary groundhog day of underwhelmed low expectations, dating back to 94.’ The “We Believe” run was a refreshing day dream, but fans were quickly returned to this grim, repetitive slog. I naively hoped a big Chris Paul trade coul ...

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Losing Paul From Losing Confidence?

No Chris Paul trade for Golden State. You heard it here last. Instead, the Lakers completed a CP3 deal that got revoked via David Stern fiat. Look, I get why Stern was against CP3’s intentions. It’s total madness to let players decide team fates. That's the job of bouncing ping pong balls, obviously. Then again, what the NBA did on 12/8/2011 was so rash, so aromatically nutty, that it broadened the scope of ...

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Stephen Curry for Chris Paul: Do It

I’m a huge Curry fan for reasons statistical and aesthetic. But if the trade means Chandler and Paul in Oakland, if this is reality and not some toad-licked fantasy from the buzzing brain of a crazed GM: Do it. Blogging about hoops can be a tricky pose because I often find myself teetering between fan and ersatz journo. When contemplating a Paul-Ellis-Wright-Lee-Chandler lineup, the thermometer swings wildl ...

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