Blake Griffin Fouls Out, Dumps Water All Over Warriors Fan

Blake Griffin fouled out with 48 seconds left in the game, and the score tied 105-105. It was kind of a ticky-tacky foul and Griffin was reacting to the video replay. He lifted his arms in exasperation and dumped the water he was holding all over the guy in a Warriors shirt behind him. Then he threw the cup at him. » 4/19/14 6:26pm Yesterday 6:26pm

Kevin Love Gives Us One More Gorgeous Outlet Pass

The Minnesota Timberwolves' season has been a big disappointment, and Kevin Love lost his spirit a long time ago. But Love played balls-out in a duel against Stephen Curry and the Warriors last night, posting a 40-14-9 stat line and launching another one of his patented outlet passes. » 4/15/14 9:28am Tuesday 9:28am

Andrew Bogut Has A Fractured Rib Dangerously Close To His Lungs

Andrew Bogut is out indefinitely following this injury from the closing minutes of regulation of Sunday's wild Golden State-Portland game. With around 24 seconds left in the fourth, LaMarcus Aldridge and Bogut collided and Bogut went sprawling to the court. He immediately clutched his pectoral area and, as Aldridge… » 4/14/14 10:46pm Monday 10:46pm

The Warriors Get Rid Of Another Assistant Coach

Something is going on with the Golden State Warriors. On March 24, Brian Scalabrine was demoted from assistant coach with the Warriors to a position with Golden State's D-League affiliate. Today, the Warriors have fired assistant Darren Erman after meeting with "key team officials." GM Bob Myers said it was the result of … » 4/05/14 4:10pm 4/05/14 4:10pm

Klay Thompson Dunk Sends Kyle Singler Stumbling Into Crowd

There are better dunks and worse posterizations than this Thompson-Singler affair, but Singler's exit makes this fantastic. Despite his efforts to remain upright, he stumbles back for what feels like forever, until he runs into the cameraman. It's at this point that he gives in to momentum and just plunges into the… » 2/24/14 11:10pm 2/24/14 11:10pm

Marreese Speights Dominates: The Spectacle Of The Fattish NBA Gunner

About halfway through the second quarter last night, Marreese Speights missed a step-back three. It was the first shot he'd missed all night, and it seemed to be off more because Speights got tired from bludgeoning the 76ers with their own dismembered arms and legs than because of anything Philadelphia had done. » 2/11/14 11:22am 2/11/14 11:22am

The Reason To Love Joakim Noah, In One Meaningless Play

Here's a play from the end of of last night's Bulls-Warriors game that's really nothing special at all. The game itself wasn't all that interesting—the ever-overmatched Bulls hung around for as long as they could, scrapping out points like a mid-major college team, before eventually being overwhelmed in the fourth… » 2/07/14 11:17am 2/07/14 11:17am