Tag Archives: Chris Webber

After Chris Webber-Don Nelson feud, Warriors descended into decade-long bleakness; DeClercq, Welsch, Gatling, LaRue, Farmer, Owes, Delk, Jimmy Jackson …

Guess I’ll call this unwritten book. I’ve been putting some old Warriors’ stories here — along with all my other usual type stuff. If not here, then where … Back in 1995-96, Warriors fans had no idea what they were … Continue reading

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Is greatest shooting backcourt in NBA history playing alongside greatest frontcourt passing tandem in history?

PHOTO BY DANIEL KATZ OAKLAND — After watching the Warriors blow out the San Antonio Spurs 120-90 on Monday night at Oracle, I asked the same question I’ve asked myself after most of their wins: How is anyone going to … Continue reading

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Doug Christie: on Warriors-old Kings comparisons, surpassing 72 wins and how to defend Curry

Doug Christie was an integral member of the terrific Sacramento Kings teams of the 2000 era. He was one of the NBA’s premier wing defenders, and he also had the ability to bring the ball upcourt and run an offense. … Continue reading

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One-man’s list: The 10 greatest NBA offenses in my lifetime

On our most recent Sal and Steiny Podcast, we found ourselves once again talking about how great the Warriors have looked early in the season and how magnificent Stephen Curry is playing. Never mind Saturday’s ordinary win over the Kings, … Continue reading

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