The Thompson family is doing pretty well for themselves right now. Warriors guard Klay Thompson’s younger brother Trayce was brought up to the big leagues on Aug. 3 and hit his first MLB homer Tuesday for the White Sox. The solo shot came off of Hector Santiago to put Chicago ahead 3-0, and of course,
Working on being more versatile this offseason S/o to @ttwersky for the dime in the shooting pocket A video posted by Klay Thompson (@klaythompson) on Aug 11, 2015 at 5:31pm PDT Klay Thompson of the Golden State Warriors is “working on being more versatile this offseason” and it seems to be working. Check out the
I am going to file this one in ‘things I never knew about Klay Thompson.’
The newest rivalry in sports isn’t between two teams, it’s between two well-known young daughters of professional athletes. Steph Curry’s daughter Riley showed off her “Nae Nae” skills earlier this month, but it appears her dancing skills will officially be put to the test. Leah Still, the strong and courageous daughter of Devon Still, saw
🏆 — Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) July 8, 2015 While the Clippers and Mavericks were engaged in a hotly contested emoji battle for the services of DeAndre Jordan, the Golden State Warriors won the war with one perfect Tweet and emoji. It is safe to say that the Warriors have picked up another trophy.
We keep hearing this and that about Stephen Curry making three-pointers. He made 77 straight threes in practice, this. He set the NBA record for three-pointers in a single season and playoffs, that. Nah, it’s all about Ayesha Curry, because apparently, she’s draining NBA three-pointers now too. 9 months pregnant and can still knock em
J.R. Smith didn’t play very well in the NBA Finals, but that won’t stop him from opting out of his contract and looking for a longer, higher pay deal with the Cavaliers. The journey has been long for Smith, playing in the slums of the NBA for a while with the Knicks. But he soon found
The Warriors promotional commercial for the 1999-00 season relied upon the word “Great”, but the only thing about the Mookie Blaylock-led team that resembled “Great” was their ability to suck.
After dominating the league for basically the entire season, the Warriors are finally the NBA champions. They got through the gauntlet-of-death known as the Western Conference without much difficulty, losing only three games on their way to the Finals. And when they got there, they were able to shake off a rusty start to run
Riley Curry continues to steal the show.
Steph Curry has some of the better handles you will find, and before each game he pops over to the side of the court with two basketballs to practice it. It is hard to actually explain what he is doing, because he is just that damn good.
Harrison Barnes isn’t the star of the attraction on the Warriors, but he flashes moments as a role player that show you just how good he could be. He’s a versatile wing with good size and strength, enabling him to play power forward in small-ball lineups. And his superior mobility resulted in not one, but