Warriors Clinch Playoffs, Beat Lakers 112-95

The ​Golden State Warriors are headed to their first back-to-back postseason trip in 22 years, appropriately carried by the phenomenal play of Stephan Curry, as they easily took care of the Lakers 112-95. Curry finished with 30 points on 12-of-20 shooting, 12 assists and ten rebounds. This was his fourth triple-double of the year and puts him in a three-way more »

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Report: Lacob and Other ‘Big-Money Types’ Have Interest in Buying Oakland Athletics From Fisher, Wolff

Joe Lacob, the majority owner of the Golden State Warriors, is interested in buying the Oakland Athletics, as Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News reports. Multiple sources: Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob has had talks with A’s owner John Fisher about Lacob’s interest in buying the A’s… MORE… — Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) April 8, 2014 Of course, there’s always more »

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Warriors Sweep Jazz for the Year, Win 130-102

When ranking the most effective back court in the NBA, it’s hard not to think of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson as the most effective duo in the league.  They made a very strong case for it Sunday night, combining for 64 points while sitting out the entire fourth quarter and leading Golden State to a 130-102 win over the more »

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Spurs School Warriors, Extend Winning Streak to 19

Wednesday night in San Antonio, the Spurs performed surgery on the Warriors.  Routine Surgery. San Antonio cruised to an easy victory 111-90 against Golden State, and extended their current win streak to 19 games, currently tied for the 6th longest in NBA history. Coming off perhaps their most emotional win of the season against the Mavericks in overtime on Tuesday more »

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Warriors Can’t Find Way to Win, Fall to Knicks 84-89

Steph Curry saved the Warriors from a loss against Memphis on Friday, but he couldn’t make magic happen twice, as Golden State fell to the Knicks Sunday night, 94-89.  Despite the Warrior’s great record since the All-Star Break, this loss will be considered a huge setback in the ultra-competitive Western Conference. New York (31-43) is fighting for 8th seed in more »

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