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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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The Warriors weren’t always this good; remember Curry was drafted by team relying on Monta Ellis and Corey Maggette

Last year, as the Warriors were on their way to what would become an NBA-best 73-9 regular season, their fanbase was growing by leaps and bounds. There were lots of … “novice” Warriors’ fans should we say — though we’re … Continue reading

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As Warriors’ teammate, Monta Ellis did Stephen Curry no favors

The Warriors will visit the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday, and in the process will see old friend Monta Ellis. Although “old friend” probably isn’t what Stephen Curry would call him. Then again, Curry just might; he’s that freakin’ good of … Continue reading

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Warriors playing Nellie small ball, but it doesn’t mean they’re small

The man who’s so big he’s got three names, Ethan Sherwood Strauss, wrote a real nice piece on the Warriors and the evolution of their defense. Here is it: http://espn.go.com/nba/story/_/id/12273986/how-golden-state-warriors-built-nba-best-defense In Part 1 of an 11-part breakdown detailing the team’s … Continue reading

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