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Warriors Must Rebound On Home Court

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  After an embarrassing 40 point defeat in the Staples Center, the Warriors look to bounce back and regain control of this series against the rival Los Angeles Clippers. It must feel really good to be home, back in the Bay after an up and down trip to Los Angeles. Im sure it is frustrating dealing with Chris Paul’s arrogance, ... Read More »

Balanced Scoring Attack Sparks Warriors Over Celtics

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  After being down 49-47 to the Boston Celtics at the half, the Golden State Warriors re-grouped, re-hydrated, and re-gained that finishing touch they have been known for all season. In the first half Boston actually out shot and out rebounded the Warriors, shooting 45% from the floor, with 26 rebounds. That compared to the Warriors 42% and 22 boards. ... Read More »

WARRIORS THUMP THE THUNDER ON IGUODALAS’ BUZZER BEATER

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    Andre Iguodala stole the show with his buzzer beating fade away to push the Golden State Warriors over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Thursday night. Actually, the whole team played an absolute complete game versus one of the Western conference juggernauts. In the past, it would of been a very rough night out at the Oracle Arena, but these ... Read More »

Golden State Warriors: Time to Regroup

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  After a heartbreaking loss to the San Antonio Spurs in the 2nd round play-off series of 2013, the Golden State Warriors focused all their attention to a productive off-season. With the 2013-2014 season tip-off just around the corner, the “Dubs” are actively looking to bounce-back and have another successful season within the Western Conference. During the offseason, the “Warriors” ... Read More »

No Jack, No Landry, No Problem for Golden State Warriors

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  The Golden State Warriors made under-the-radar moves last season by acquiring veteran role players Carl Landry and Jarret Jack. Both of them provided veteran leadership throughout the season. Without Jack and Landry the Warriors certainly would not have had the success they had last season. With Curry’s fragile ankles constantly giving him trouble, Jack stepped onto the court as ... Read More »

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