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“Warriors WrapUp”: Golden State blows out Blazers 135-90; Ian Clark has career-high 23 points; Durant ridiculously efficient

It was apparent from tipoff that the Golden State Warriors were determined to put their mini-slump behind them. And that’s exactly what they did on Saturday night, pounding the Portland Trail Blazers from start to finish, en route to a … Continue reading

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No question about it, Warriors-Clippers rivalry is dead

There was a large media contingent at Warriors’ shootaround on Wednesday morning – just hours before their game against the LA Clippers at Oracle Arena. Supposedly, the rival LA Clippers. But if the Clippers are, in fact, a big-time enemy … Continue reading

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Warriors’ weaknesses hard to find, but there might be some

The Golden State Warriors don’t have many weaknesses. That much we know. Yes, the Warriors got knocked off the by Lakers on Sunday in LA, but that doesn’t change the big picture: They’re still the odds-on favorites to win the … Continue reading

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Blowout at Portland showed why Warriors needed Varejao

The Portland game had to be the one that convinced the Warriors’ front office to go out and get Anderson Varejao or at least get serious about another big. General manager Bob Myers, et al., were thinking of it before … Continue reading

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Varejao could be factor sooner rather than later for Warriors

If the Warriors win back-to-back NBA titles, it won’t be because of Anderson Varejao. But there’s a very real possibility that if they do win another championship this year, you’ll look back and say: They couldn’t have done it without … Continue reading

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When Warriors do lose, there’s lots to talk about

Boy, one loss can really change everything. Or so it seems. The Blazers rout the Warriors 137-105, and all of a sudden there are a lot of talking points with Golden State, despite its 48-5 record. My co-host on the … Continue reading

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Warriors assistant GM Kirk Lacob: On tinkering, futures of Barnes and Ezeli, ultimatum to dad about Curry, etc.

Golden State Warriors assistant general manager Kirk Lacob joined the “NBA This Week” on 95.7-FM The Game in San Francisco and talked a lot of subjects in and around the Warriors and NBA. Lacob joined us from Santa Cruz, site … Continue reading

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Banged-up Warriors don’t have an answer for Mavericks, Barea

The Warriors were blown out by the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday night 114-91, and it was only their second loss of the season in 31 games. Of course, the Warriors were without MVP Stephen Curry and they were also missing … Continue reading

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AnswerCam: Questions on Ezeli, Barbosa, Spurs and more

I had a chance to answer some good questions from Warriors fans recently. Over the course of the season, I’ll post these periodically. Thanks.

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As Warriors try to stay unbeaten, three questions emerge

The Warriors are 7-0 and take on the Detroit Pistons Monday night at Oracle. Things are going terrifically well for Golden State, and even a couple blips with coach Steve Kerr and center Andrew Bogut’s health seem to be short … Continue reading

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