Steph Curry's So Good We've Forgotten This Is Impressive

This is a really impressive play from Stephen Curry, but at this point we’re so saturated with evidence of his skills that we’re almost numb to recognize them. It takes the occasional pinch, to wake up, to realize that what is everyday for Steph Curry is a career highlight for a lot of other guys. » 5/03/15 3:50pm Sunday 3:50pm

Every Angle & Call Of Curry's Miracle Three You Didn't See On TNT


We’re still shaking our heads at Stephen Curry’s game-saving three-pointer that forced overtime in New Orleans and thoroughly broke the Pelicans. In an attempt to save the moment for posterity’s sake, we’ve collected all the alternate video angles of the shot—including isolated cameras on Curry and Anthony… » 4/24/15 10:49am 4/24/15 10:49am

The Pelicans Didn't Just Lose A Game, They Lost Their Moment

For a very long time last night, it looked like the New Orleans Pelicans were about to give us two of the best things an early-round playoff series can offer: An eight seed catching fire and pulling off an upset on its home floor, and a young superstar’s first signature playoff win. We were headed toward both of those… » 4/24/15 9:38am 4/24/15 9:38am

Down 20 Late, The Warriors Top The Pelicans In A Bananas Game

That might be the most incredible basketball game I have ever witnessed. As late as six minutes into the fourth quarter, the Pelicans held a 17-point lead over the Warriors. The Warriors weren’t just getting beat, they were getting comprehensively outplayed by the eight seed. And then in six quick minutes, the… » 4/24/15 1:58am 4/24/15 1:58am

Stephen Curry Forces Overtime With How-Did-He-Do-That Three-Pointer

We all saw it happen, but Warriors fans, Pelicans fans, and neutral observers are all still in disbelief. Moments after hitting a clutch three to keep the game in reach, Stephen Curry hit a holy-shit three from the corner—one that probably should have been an and-one—to force overtime in New Orleans. » 4/24/15 12:34am 4/24/15 12:34am

Monty Williams Hands The Warriors An Even Stronger Home-Court Advantage

The Golden State Warriors are essentially unbeatable at home, in no small part because of the legion of crazy-loud fans that pack Oracle Arena every game. There’s not much an opposing coach or player can do to mitigate such a home-court advantage during the playoffs, other than to play well and avoid saying anything… » 4/20/15 3:57pm 4/20/15 3:57pm

The Golden State Warriors Are Going To Win The NBA Finals

If you are a longtime basketball fan who can’t shake the notion of the Warriors as a sad-sack franchise, or if you pay too much attention to Charles Barkley-class pundits’s ramblings about jump shooting and experience, this is going to sound crazy to you, but let’s get straight to it: the Golden State Warriors are… » 4/18/15 11:49am 4/18/15 11:49am

The Lakers' Pyrrhic Victory Lays Bare The NBA's Flawed Incentives

With the game tied 111-111 with 0.7 seconds left in overtime, the Lakers' Jordan Clarkson made a layup to defeat the 76ers. Clarkson was the 46th pick in the draft, sandwiched between two guys named Dwight Powell and Russ Smith. Both Powell and Smith have already been traded—in Powell's case three times—and have… » 3/31/15 12:26am 3/31/15 12:26am