Monthly Archives: February 2017

‘Warriors WrapUp’: Durant injured in 112-108 loss to Wizards; team announces he’ll miss at least four weeks; Curry misses potential game-winner; Matt Barnes on the way

The Warriors lost a game on Tuesday night. But they lost more than that, too. Golden State forward Kevin Durant sustained a left knee injury less than two minutes into the game and did not return. The Warriors ended up … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

‘Warriors WrapUp’: Golden State survives awful 3-point shooting night by getting to foul line in 119-108 win over 76ers; Curry goes 0-for-11 from beyond arc; Pachulia picks up slack

The Warriors started out their five-game road trip with a strange one in Philly. A team known for taking a lot of 3-pointers and not many free throws could barely make a shot from beyond the arc and got to … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

Is Draymond Green the best defender in NBA history?

I’ll admit it, a few years back I thought Warriors forward Draymond Green was just OK. This was back when he was cramping David Lee’s style and we were getting into early talk of contract extension and playing time and … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | 11 Comments

‘Warriors WrapUp’: Golden State handles Nets 112-95; Durant misses game; Curry’s 27 points lead team; Briante Weber waived, Calderon reportedly on way; ‘odd vibe’ afterward

This was a punch-the-clock, take-care-of-business game for the Golden State Warriors. And that’s exactly what they did, though they were a little bit late to work and didn’t really put in a full day. Facing a brutal upcoming two-week stretch, … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

‘NBA This Week’: Wrapping up trade deadline; Kings’ situation dicey; why Boston sat tight; interviews with Marc Zumoff, the voice of the 76ers, and the Washington Post’s Tim Bontemps

On the “NBA This Week,” we welcomed Philadelphia 76ers play-by-play man Marc Zumoff and the Washington Post’s Tim Bontemps to the show. It was a busy week in the NBA, so there was a lot to talk about. Here’s link … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

‘Warriors WrapUp’: 50-point third quarter highlights 123-113 win over Clippers; Warriors make nine 3-pointers in period; Pachulia, West return

Well, that escalated quickly. It was a relatively calm, cool and collected game between the Clippers and Warriors on Thursday night at Oracle — until it wasn’t. And once the game got a little chippy, shall we say, the Warriors … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

Warriors general manager Bob Myers: on whether he was GM candidate in LA; how close Warriors were to making deal; difference between this trade deadline and past ones, more

Nobody really expected the Golden State Warriors to be active at Thursday’s trade deadline — and they did not disappoint. The Warriors are sitting at 47-9, the best record in the NBA, so general manager Bob Myers wasn’t exactly on … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

Stephen Jackson: on the ‘We Believe’ Warriors: his admiration for Don Nelson; smoking weed before games, and plenty more

Stephen Jackson is nothing if not honest. It’s what makes Stephen Jackson … Stephen Jackson. That honesty and straightforwardness came out big time on Wednesday during a 20-minute interview. We talked to Jackson about a variety of topics, including his … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

DeMarcus Cousins traded to New Orleans; sets up possible Pelicans-Warriors first-round playoff matchup; Divac, Kings taking lots of heat; Alvin Gentry needs to get it done

  What a fascinating day for the NBA and Sacramento Kings. In a blockbuster trade, the Kings sent DeMarcus Cousins and Omri Casspi to the New Orleans Pelicans for Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, Langston Galloway and a first and second-round … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment

Kings hoping the trade of DeMarcus Cousins is similar to when Detroit Pistons traded Grant Hill

The trade of DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans couldn’t have come at a better time. The reason? Well, it body-checked out of the way what had been the biggest story during All-Star Weekend: the Russell Westbrook-Kevin Durant feud. … Continue reading

Posted in Warriors | Leave a comment