The Warriors won’t be spending any of their upcoming time in D.C. with President Donald Trump, so they’ll reportedly be spending some time on “a private tour of an undisclosed locale” with local children instead.
Bill Walton, Doris Burke and Dave Pasch did commentary for last night’s Warriors-Blazers game. It was in honor of Oregon’s 159th birthday, Walton said. And it was a blast.
Between the serial testicle-kicking and overall dickishness, it’s easy to be annoyed by Draymond Green. But after last night’s loss to the Blazers, he showed that when it comes to settling bets he is a chill and honorable dude.
Steve Kerr—never one to shy away from expressing his takes on politics and gun control in particular—was asked about the horrifying school shooting in Broward County, Florida before tonight’s game against the Blazers. A subdued Kerr called for Americans who are also fed the hell up with the NRA’s influence over…
Okay, yes, maybe he gets points deducted for pulling this move during a game against the pitiful Suns, but Warriors head coach Steve Kerr did something genuinely cool and unexpected last night: he let his players run every timeout huddle. The Warriors won 129-83.
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Last night, the Thunder traveled to Oakland and were the best version of themselves, a team that overwhelms and antagonizes the opponent while producing bushels of cool-ass highlights. If you’re into Warriors schadenfreude then you probably relished Draymond Green getting ejected for yelling a whole bunch and Kevin…
At the end of the third quarter of tonight’s Thunder-Warriors game, Russell Westbrook benefitted from a bizarrely bad foul call that was triggered by nothing but tripping over his own two feet, no meaningful contact from Golden State necessary:
Last night, Warriors coach Steve Kerr replied to an NBA tweet that featured a video of James Harden hitting a three-pointer (and appearing to travel, though the egregious gather move is technically legal). He deleted his take within seconds, but that was far too late.
Our brief, basketball-halftime-centric national nightmare is over.
A squabble over space during a media scrum led one cameraman filming Kevin Durant to threaten another cameraman filming Kevin Durant. “I will knock you the fuck out,” said one cameraman. “What we doing?” asked Kevin Durant.
God bless ESPN’s Chris Haynes, who has tossed a bomb right into the NBA’s mid-season swoon by reporting that LeBron James is willing to meet with the Golden State Warriors about potentially joining them via free agency this summer.
The Warriors narrowly edged the Celtics last night in Oakland, 109-105, in a game that was within a couple possessions most of the way. As if plucked directly from the hopes and wishes of fans sick to death of this stretch of NBA basketball being defined by injuries and conflict, the game Saturday night featured…
Before his fourth ejection of the season, Kevin Durant notched a nice block in the Warriors’ 123-111 win over the Knicks. Or did he? Courtney Lee’s floater sure seemed to be on the way down. After Steph drilled a three in transition, coach Jeff Hornacek offered his nuanced take on the ball’s trajectory.
The NBA continues to be cranky as hell. Last night Kevin Durant got ejected again, for the fourth time this season, late in the Warriors’ 123-112 win over the Knicks. Then in his post-match presser, he called out referee James Williams by name for targeting him.
The Rockets are very good. They’ve got an insane wealth of shooting; they’ve got a deep supply of versatile wings; they’ve got more than enough off-the-bounce shot-creating; they’ve got strong, useful pick-and-roll bigs; they’ve got two of the, oh, six or seven best players in the entire Western Conference. They just …
The Rockets prevailed over the Warriors Saturday night in a game that featured Houston pulling out to a big early lead, the Warriors surging back in the third quarter, and then an odd and awkward cold finish by the visitors that allowed James Harden to pull some late game magic and bring home the victory. Chris Paul…
The Bulls went into halftime with a three-point advantage over the Warriors, and besides Jordan Bell getting dunked off the court with a sprained ankle, a few other embarrassing things have gone wrong for Steph Curry’s team so far this evening.
Jordan Bell’s first start of the month started in the cruelest way possible. On the very first possession of the Bulls-Warriors game tonight, Robin Lopez got up a full head of steam, forcing Bell to help over from the corner a bit late. Not only did Bell not quite reach Lopez, he injured himself on the landing.