Tag Archives: Steve Kerr

How the Warriors became a great team: 12 easy steps

If you ever decide to write a book about the Warriors, but you want to start AFTER their turnaround began, feel free to use this as a guide. It’s not quite up to date — as it doesn’t include the … Continue reading

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‘NBA This Week’: Mike Brown talks crunch-time Warriors, Curry’s role; Scott Hastings on officials, Nuggets’ woes, David Letterman; Tim Bontemps on Warriors-Cavs, Rockets & NBA

On “NBA This Week” we revisited the Cavaliers’ 109-108 Christmas Day victory over the Warriors, and tried to assess just what it exactly meant. Last year the Warriors went into Cleveland and blew out the Cavs during the regular season. … Continue reading

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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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‘Warriors WrapUp’: Golden State wipes out 16-point halftime deficit; is Draymond Green the Warriors’ MVP?

The Warriors played Thursday night’s game agains the Brooklyn Nets without starting power forward Draymond Green. And you could tell. Yes, the Warriors came away with a 117-101 victory, to raise their record to 26-4, but it certainly looked different … Continue reading

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‘Warriors WrapUp’: blowout win over Jazz; Golden State defense stifling; Utah offensively challenged; McGee chipping in

The Jazz came into Oracle Arena on Tuesday riding a four-game winning streak and having won 7 of their past 8 overall. On the surface, the Jazz have the kind of team that could give the Warriors some trouble. They … Continue reading

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A new appreciation for Pachulia; West’s spotty start; Which bigs are good enough to play against Warriors’ smalls?

I had an opportunity to talk Warriors basketball with Greg Papa during his show on 95.7-FM The Game on Monday. Below is a link to that interview. Among the topics of conversation during the 20-minute discussion were some of the … Continue reading

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Warriors take care of business vs. Dallas, but little more

The Golden State Warriors took care of business on Friday night against the Dallas Mavericks, beating them 128-120 at Oracle Arena — their 52nd consecutive win at home. The game wasn’t a beauty, by any stretch, but it was plenty … 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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Ins, outs & an interview with Sam Amick about Warriors-Spurs

Another “NBA This Week” show is in the books, and today’s show was a fun one. We were joined by USA Today NBA writer Sam Amick, who is in San Antonio for tonight’s Warriors-Spurs game. This is Biggest Game of … Continue reading

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With playoffs looming, Barnes’ struggles get more concerning

If there’s been a backdrop to this wonderful Warriors’ season it’s been this: What’s going to happen with Harrison Barnes when it’s all over? Barnes, if you don’t know, is a restricted free agent and there are questions about whether … Continue reading

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