The Warriors are a deep team. Probably the deepest team in the NBA and definitely the deepest team left in the playoffs. With Klay Thompson and Draymond Green starting alongside Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala coming off the bench, most teams don’t even approach the depth of Golden State. But don’t let the Warriors’ deep
The Rockets went up by as much as 25 points last night, but things weren’t all fun and games. In the midst of a third quarter Warrior comeback, Dwight Howard swung an elbow at Andrew Bogut’s head, and received a flagrant one as a result. Bogut might have pushed Howard first, but Howard definitely overreacted
Floyd Mayweather isn’t rich enough, so the world is gifting him large sums of money on NBA bets. Floyd took the Warriors moneyline on Saturday night and it paid off in the form of $200k. Not bad for 48 minutes of work.
Draymond Green is having himself a great season, and his mother definitely has his back. You need to go and follow his mom on Twitter, who is as funny as it gets, especially during a Warriors game. Just check out her smack-talking on Thursday night that she let loose on mainly the Rockers, and try
Dwight Howard has said that he is willing to put his ego aside and play second fiddle to James Harden’s wizardry on the Houston Rockets. This means cleaning up the boards and playing stellar defense along with a nonspoken agreement not to complain like an utter diva.
A complete collapse by the New Orleans Pelicans — aided by the sudden inability to grab a defensive rebound — gave Steph Curry a chance to send Game 3 into overtime. Well, the game is in overtime because, you know, Steph Curry.
Stephen Curry was being his usual self on Tuesday night, and unfortunately Chris Paul took the brunt of it. Check out one of the nastier behind-the-back crossovers you will ever see, which put Chris Paul on skates.
The NBA season is only three days old, and already we have two examples of humorous pre-game trolling on the part of NBA arena staffs. Wednesday night, the Golden State Warriors played at Sacramento, a game which the Warriors won handily because they are the Warriors and the Kings are just a disaster. Prior to
The Golden State Warriors forced a Game 7 by beating the LA Clippers on Thursday night, 100-99. As entertaining as the game was, the halftime show for the Warriors featuring a guy doing cartwheels and a backflip over three people may have taken the cake. Pretty cool Big Baby Davis is willing to do half time shows
If you caught the Warriors and Raptors game on Sunday you may have noticed that a certain big man for the Warriors was not present. Jermaine O’Neal, who has been starting as of late for Golden State, couldn’t make the trip with the team due to a ‘passport issue’ said coach Mark Jackson. It would
In the fourth quarter of the Clippers-Warriors Christmas Day nightcap, Blake Griffin was assessed a preposterous technical foul for attempting to remove his jersey from the clenched hand of Warriors center Andrew Bogut. And, because it’s the NBA, the refereeing crew (led by Doc Rivers’ mortal enemy, Bill Kennedy) huddled around a replay monitor for
The Golden State Warriors are a whole lot of FUN. Of all of the teams we have covered so far, this specific Warriors squad is widely considered by countless NBA enthusiasts to be the most entertaining team to watch so far, through a quarter of the NBA regular season. Coming off of an impressive run