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3×3: Should Harrison Barnes start? Who is the Back-up C? Biggest Camp storyline?

Biggest storyline to monitor during Training Camp? Jordan Ramirez: The Warriors front-court is a serious concern. Management is putting a lot of faith into Andrew Bogut, Festus Ezeli, Mo Speights and (gulp) Ognjen Kuzmic. With no moves made to bolster their line this off-season, their health is extremely important to the success of this team. With Andrew Bogut playing, this team is exponentially better than ...

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Warriors New SF Arena Updates

Last month, the Golden State Warriors proposed a new 12-acre sports and entertainment center in Mission Bay. As designed by Snohetta, the 18,000-seat arena is sited on the eastern portion of the Mission Bay site, with two office buildings on the western corners along Third.  Up to 90,000 square feet of retail would be concentrated within the ground floor of the office buildings and in a Market Hall along Te ...

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Best Backcourt in NBA: Warriors or Clippers?

Recently, ESPN Insider Amin Elhassan, ranked the best backcourts in the NBA.  Pacific Division rivals, the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers ranked 2nd and 1st respectively. This brings up an interesting argument, which backcourt is better? Lets start with the numbers. Here is Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Chris Paul and JJ Redick broken down by the numbers last season. All stats are per 100 po ...

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VIDEO- Steph Curry: The Greatest Shooter of All-Time

This video is a compilation of Steph Curry 3-pointers sorted out into different categories: (0:31) - "CREATE OFF DRIBBLE" (3:16) - "TRANSITION" (4:13) - "LONG-RANGE" (5:45) - "OFF THE PASS" (6:48) - "CLUTCH SHOOTING" (7:20) - "FOUR-POINT PLAYS" (7:44) - "FLY BY" (8:23) - "ON FIRE" Steph Curry is the greatest shooter of all-time because of his ability to shoot the ball in so many different ways and at an eff ...

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An Increased Offensive Role for Andrew Bogut is Essential

By: Drew Kells When the Warriors’ front office came to an agreement on a three-year, $36 million extension with Andrew Bogut last October, it was clear that they saw him as a key piece of the franchise moving forward. On one side it looked risky paying top dollar to the injury prone center that had played a combined 44 games over the two previous regular seasons. On the other hand, it was a no brainer locki ...

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Better Back-court, Baron/JRich or Steph/Klay?

Sports debates are always entertaining as they usually include some yelling, profanity, false statistics, threats, slander but most importantly tons and tons of passion.  Recently at WarriorsWorld HQ's we were engaged in an interest debate - which was the better back-court, Baron Davis and Jason Richardson or Steph Curry and Klay Thompson. The Splash Brothers dominated the debate.  Steph and Klay are coming ...

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The Top 10 Warriors games for next season

  The Warriors’ 2014-15 schedule has been released, and with that comes a slew of marquee games for one of the newest contenders in the NBA. This team has star power, a highly competitive roster with hopes of winning a championship and last but certainly not least, the best fan base in the league.   The release of the schedule marks one more chore off the off-season checklist. The season is almost ...

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Our interview with Warriors Point Guard Aaron Craft

What’s in a summer? For Aaron Craft, the undrafted rookie out of Ohio State who just recently signed a partially guaranteed one-year deal with the Warriors, a lot is riding on these dry summer months. For one, Craft has already impressed many, including first year head coach Steve Kerr, during Craft’s time playing for the Warriors’Summer League team in Las Vegas. Craft won over Kerr with his high energy, de ...

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