Category Archives: New Orleans Pelicans

Warriors haven’t been in a lot of crunch-time situations this season, but they haven’t done well when they have been

At 27-5, the Warriors haven’t had a lot of games that have come down to crunch time. But in the few they’ve had, they haven’t done particularly well — at the offensive end at least. We’re still talking about a … Continue reading

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Sal and Steiny: Draymond Green’s impact; fans vs. fanatics; Jed York’s mindset, the drought and more

On Sal and Steiny podcast No. 83, Castaneda and Steinmetz talk plenty of Warriors, but more specifically about Draymond Green. Against the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday, Green came up with a steal on Anthony Davis in the game’s final … Continue reading

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What we learned about Warriors’ opponents on road trip: LA Clippers, Utah, Memphis, Minnesota and New Orleans

The Warriors just finished up their five-game road trip with a thrilling 113-109 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday. They went 4-1 on the trip, with their lone loss to the Grizzlies. Next up is the New York … Continue reading

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Warriors finishing up 5-game road trip; David West’s consistency; DeMarcus Cousins and the Kings

The Warriors finish up their five-game road trip on Tuesday night against the New Orleans  Pelicans. Golden State has won three of four on this road trip, but there’s alway a challenge when it comes to the final game of … Continue reading

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Warriors’ road to championship will be tougher than last season

When Clippers coach Doc Rivers said the Warriors were lucky they didn’t have to play the Spurs or Clippers during this past offseason, it obviously struck a nerve with the Golden State organization and fans. The implication was that if … Continue reading

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Long rebounds, scramble plays and loose balls have become the Warriors’ best friends

There was a sequence in Game 4 of the Pelicans-Warriors series that — once again — reinforced what I’ve been thinking for a little while now: The Golden State Warriors can win it all. The sequence was the kind of … Continue reading

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Curry’s game-tying 3 a thing of beauty; Gordon’s 3 in OT and Evans’ blunder pure ugly

Stephen Curry made the biggest shot. We all know that. His circus 3-pointer at the end of regulation tied the game for the Warriors, and they eventually brought it home 123-119 in overtime against the Pelicans. The Warriors are now … Continue reading

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Why foul intentionally? Because 3-pointers are a dime-a-dozen

We’ve seen it a few times already in the postseason — one team intentionally fouling another team’s bad free-throw shooter. “Hack-a-Whoever” has become a legit issue in the NBA and there’s a reason it has: Because there are respected people … Continue reading

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Not enough players, not enough offense for New Orleans

The Warriors are up on the Pelicans 2-0 in their first-round best-of-seven series, and some things have become apparent. First and foremost, New Orleans seems incapable of winning this thing. They didn’t look like they could win it before the … Continue reading

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Pelicans-Warriors still looks like short series after Game 1

Warriors win Game 1 against the Pelicans 106-99. I was thinking this was going to be a five-game series — or certainly on the short side — and nothing happened on Saturday that made me think any differently. I had a … Continue reading

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