Tag Archives: Steve Kerr

Good things happening for Warriors and Speights is latest

When you win 67 games, an NBA championship, then follow that up with 60 wins in your first 66 games of the next regular season you’ve had quite a run, that’s for sure. Every once in a while you have … Continue reading

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Iguodala’s injury will impact Warriors — but how much?

Warriors coach Steve Kerr said before Saturday’s game against the Phoenix Suns that forward Andre Iguodala would miss two weeks because of a sprained ankle. Iguodala injured the ankle during Friday’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers, when Damian Lillard … Continue reading

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What’s eating Draymond Green … or is there anything?

Let me start out this post by saying: I have no idea what I’m talking or writing about. I don’t know what’s going on with Draymond Green. I’m not even entirely sure there is something going on with Green. What … Continue reading

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Warriors ‘Big 3’ of Myers, Kerr and Curry unique in today’s NBA

The Warriors did it again on Tuesday night, winning in exciting, entertaining and improbable fashion. They beat the Atlanta Hawks 109-105 in overtime, and on this night it was Draymond Green hitting and improbable 3-pointer to seal the deal. The … 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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Kevin Durant appears to be part of Warriors’ plan for future, but what does that mean for Warriors present?

First of all, the Warriors are not made up of porcelain dolls. They’re not going to crack when there’s a little adversity or an obstacle or challenge is put in front of them. They’ve made it through a half-season without … Continue reading

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Warriors are making it clear by their actions: They’ve got the 72-win Chicago Bulls in their sights

The Warriors have won seven in a row and are now 44-4, heading into Wednesday’s game against the Wizards. It wasn’t long ago that the Warriors, themselves, and their fans felt the team was in a little bit of a … Continue reading

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Warriors’ blowouts help chemistry, Bogut remains underrated

PHOTO BY DANIEL KATZ Here’s a little of this and that after the Warriors’ 127-107 victory over the Dallas Mavericks on Wednesday at Oracle – a place where they haven’t been defeated in more than a year. It’s been a … Continue reading

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Curry injury likely to be blessing in disguise for Warriors

While many Warriors fans seem to be concerned and a little bit pessimistic about Stephen Curry’s latest injury – a shin bruise – there’s a whole other way to look at it: This is a blessing in disguise for Curry … Continue reading

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