By Eric Ting, SFGATE Published 7:25 pm PDT, Wednesday, May 22, 2019 Click through the slideshow to see where members of the 2015 and 2016 Warriors are now. Click through the slideshow to see where members of the 2015 and 2016 Warriors are now. Photo: Ezra Shaw, Getty Images Photo: Ezra Shaw, Getty Images Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12 Click through the slideshow to see where members of the 2015 and 2016 Warriors are now. Click through the slideshow to see where members of the 2015 and 2016 Warriors are now. Photo: Ezra Shaw, Getty Images Where are the 2015 and 2016 Golden State Warriors now? 1 / 12 Back to Gallery The Golden State Warriors' dynasty of the late 2010s … [Read more...] about Where are the 2015 and 2016 Golden State Warriors now?
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MILWAUKEE — And just like that, the turbulent Celtics season has come to an end. After dropping both games at home to trail 3-1 heading into Game 5 of their second-round playoff series against the Milwaukee Bucks, the Celtics did their best to stay within striking distance Wednesday night at the Fiserv Forum. But their poor shooting — 19 for 71 (26.8 percent) through three quarters — stifled them, and the Bucks pulled away late in the third to seal Boston’s wretched fate. “This game was disappointing,” coach Brad Stevens said. “[The Bucks] were tremendous. Credit them, credit their coaches, credit their players. They’re better than we are.” For Boston, the disappointment extends beyond just Game 5. A team that was projected to win at least 60 regular-season games and challenge the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, the Celtics mailed in one discouraging performance after another over the course of this entire year. The ups and … [Read more...] about Where do the Celtics go from here?
Janie Mccauley, Ap Sports Writer Updated 11:08 pm PDT, Tuesday, April 30, 2019 OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors brought it on both ends, kept their mouths shut and handled business at home against James Harden and the Rockets. Now, the two-time defending champions are headed to Houston with a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinal. Durant scored 29 points and established an early defensive tone against Harden, leading the Warriors past the Rockets 115-109 on Tuesday night as the focus refreshingly returned to basketball after two days of constant chatter about the officiating. "Tonight I think it was a great officiated game," Golden State's Draymond Green said. "They let us be physical, both teams, and they made the calls they needed to make. It was kind of disheartening for a game that I love since I was a child to see the talk over the last two days was nothing about basketball and everything about foul calls. Is that … [Read more...] about Durant leads the way again, Warriors lead Rockets 2-0
DENVER • Count Alex English among the believers in this era of Nuggets action ball.Let’s throw a bullet next to his proclamation, since this is Alex English we’re talking about.“I personally feel like they’ll be in the Western Conference Finals if they continue to play like this,” the Nuggets G.O.A.T. said Sunday night as another sellout crowd packed into Pepsi Center.What’s going to be more crowded than the Nuggets’ bandwagon? Light Rail’s “E” Line on Tuesday. The Nuggets (29-14) and Warriors (28-14) carry the top records in the West into a game sure to say more about the up-and-coming Nuggets than the three-time world champs.What Steph Curry did for the crazy shot attempt, Nikola Jokic is doing for the crazy pass attempt. After Jokic erupted for 40 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists in Sunday’s 116-113 win against the Blazers, it seemed like anything is possible with the 7-foot unicorn from Serbia.I mean, come … [Read more...] about Paul Klee: With Golden State Warriors up next, Nuggets earn a prediction from franchise great Alex English
opinion Chuck Bennett Special to The Detroit News Published 6:05 PM EST Dec 6, 2018 Warriors party on at Prime + Proper Never let it be said that the Golden State Warriors are sore losers. After the team’s beat down by the Detroit Pistons on Saturday night at Little Caesars Arena, the defeated Warriors hosted a private dinner party at Prime + Proper. Kevin Durant and team shut down the popular downtown Detroit restaurant to host the team and invited guests, which included current Pistons and some of the old-school guys, as well, such as Rip Hamilton, Ben Wallace, Rasheed Wallace and James “Buddha” Edwards. It was a particularly special occasion for Ryan Jones, who celebrated his 10th birthday at the restaurant that evening and had a chance to meet his two favorite NBA players, Stephen Curry and Draymond Green. The hosts and guests enjoyed king crab legs and Miyazaki A5 beef washed down with multiple bottles of smooth-as-silk Dalla Valle Cabernet Sauvignon. … [Read more...] about Steph Curry, Golden State Warriors party at Prime + Proper