Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr: ‘We’re banged up physically and spiritually’

Draymond Green addressed the media for the first time yesterday since his verbal altercation with Kevin Durant on Monday at the end of regulation against the Clippers. Green served a one-game suspension for conduct detrimental to the team. Draymond Green addressed the KD situation for the first time: “We’re not going to crumble off an

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Warriors

It’s time to accept the truth about the Golden State Warriors

Ever since the Warriors begun blitzing the entire NBA on their way to a 73-win season and two championships in the span of three years, it seems as if we’ve been eager to pounce on any opportunity that emerges to christen a team as the one that can finally dispatch of Golden State. On Monday night in

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Stephen Curry

2018 Western Conference 1st Round Preview: Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry health It could be the biggest storyline heading into this year’s playoffs. Curry will sit out the entire first round match-up versus the San Antonio Spurs and is targeting a Western Conference semi-finals return. The injury which is diagnosed as an MCL sprain was suffered on March 23rd in the Warriors 104-96 victory

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Warriors

How will the Warriors answer adversity?

The first eight games of the NBA playoffs have been quite the cake walk for the Golden State Warriors. With defense leading the way and their offense running like a well-oiled machine, nothing has seemed to clog their path to the NBA Finals just yet. Even with Kevin Durant missing their first couple of games, the

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Portland

Desperation is running high in Portland

The Portland Trail Blazers have found themselves in a position of win or go home. Desperation is running high as they attempt to find an answer to come away with a victory. Game 3 was a tale of two halves that began as an energetic run by Portland. Their defense was swarming, the ball was

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LeBron James NBA Resting

The NBA needs to address the dilemma of resting players 

The NBA may have a problem on their hands that can possibly require a solution sooner than later. This problem has been brewing for quite some time, but after these past two weeks, I think it has hit its tipping point. Last Saturday, there was an anticipated match-up between the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio

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Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors should avoid the 2 seed at all costs

The Golden State Warriors haven’t looked like the league-fearing powerhouse without Kevin Durant. Their offense is out of sync, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are cold and it has resulted in multiple losses. With a record of 6-4 in their last ten games and 3 losses in their last 5 games, the Warriors are struggling

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Stephen Curry

Struggle is the last word I would use to describe Stephen Curry’s season

There’s been this notion surrounding back-to-back MVP Stephen Curry that he’s been struggling this year and that’s just blasphemous.  Coming into this year we knew every thing involved with the Golden State Warriors would include over-scrutiny and overreaction. Many questioned if they could gel and if there were enough shots to go around but as

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Steve Kerr and Damian Lillard

Steve Kerr’s pick for League MVP is a valid one

There are so many valid candidates for League MVP this season. There’s no question that a lot of people are going with either Russell Westbrook or James Harden. Of course LeBron James is still in the mix because he’s just that good. But with Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant joining forces, their chances have diminished

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Stephen Curry, Golden State Warriors, 2016 NBA Finals

Warriors have some questions to answer this offseason

After frittering away a 3-1 series lead in the 2016 NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors have questions to answer this offseason.  The Warriors flexed their championship chiseled muscles all year long en-route to the greatest regular season record of all-time at 73-9, but they failed to muster up the vigor to trump the brawn

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