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    SAN FRANCISCO — Favorable playoff seeding on the line, the Warriors can’t afford to lose winnable games. In Sunday night’s 110-108 loss to the San Antonio, a few questionable calls from the officiating crew nudged the game out of the Warriors’ control. In his first start since returning from injury, Draymond Green drew two technicals within an eight-second span and was ejected. Then Klay Thompson fouled Josh Richardson on a 3-point attempt that coach Steve Kerr challenged, only to have the call upheld and upgraded to a flagrant foul. In the game’s final minute, Andrew Wiggins was fouled with three seconds left and broke a tie on his first free throw, then missed the second. Then Kevon Looney was called for a loose-ball foul on Jakob Poeltl, who missed his second free throw for Keldon Johnson to quickly score the game-winning basket. Here’s what the Warriors had to say about how the game was officiated by Ed Malloy, Marat Kogut and Natalie Sago. Steve Kerr On the foul calls at the end: “I thought the two fouls at the end...
    SAN FRANCISCO — First thing’s first: the dunk contest is probably not in Gary Payton II’s future. “I’m an in-game dunker,” said Payton, who at 6-2 is shorter than all but one player on the Warriors’ roster yet has emerged as the team’s preeminent threat above the rim. “I don’t have too many tricks like the young guys have these days.” The Warriors, it turns out, do have some tricks with Payton in mind. He’s listed as a guard but plays like a power forward, which has set him up to slam home lobs on set plays in Golden State’s offense. He’s already rattled the rim nine times this season, tied with Andrew Wiggins for the team lead but in one-third of the minutes. More than a quarter of the time Payton has attempted a shot this season, it’s been a dunk. In the words of Otto Porter Jr., “Gary plays like he’s 6-8. His game is molded around the rim — lob threats, offensive rebounds.” Payton clawed his way on to the roster on the...
    Getty An exterior view of the Chase Center - home to the Golden State Warriors - in 2020. Golden State Warriors rookie Moses Moody made his NBA G-League debut last week with the Santa Cruz Warriors. Other guys who are either currently on the roster of the Dubs’ G-League affiliate or are expected to make appearances with the squad at some point this season include fellow rookie Jonathan Kuminga, Chris Chiozza and Jeff Dowtin. One name that few, if any members of Dub Nation will recognize that recently got to suit up with the Santa Cruz crew is Jonathan Amey Jr. While the name won’t ring a bell to most fans, Amey Jr.’s face is one that guys like Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson likely see on an almost-daily basis. The latest Warriors news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Warriors newsletter here! Join Heavy on Warriors! Amey Jr. is a 26-year-old security guard for Golden State and often greets players as they make their way in and out of the player’s...
    Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob gave a recent quote about the team’s interest in Ben Simmons, in which he unequivocally denied any trade talks. Lacob went as far as to not use Simmons’ name, which is a rather shocking display of trying to avoid the NBA’s league-wide tampering rules. The Warriors’ owner didn’t want to get fined, which isn’t surprising given he makes a lot of money. That didn’t stop Adam Silver from levying a significant warning the Warriors’ way in the form of — you guessed it — a fine! Warriors owner Joe Lacob has been fined $50,000 for violating anti-tampering rule regarding comments on 76ers’ Ben Simmons. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) September 22, 2021 Here’s exactly what Lacob said, per the San Francisco Chronicle: “In some ways, it doesn’t really fit what we’re doing. He makes a lot of money. And, can he finish games? I don’t know,” Lacob told the Chronicle. “He’s very talented. The problem is: We have Draymond. Draymond and him are very similar in the sense that neither one really shoots and they...
    Two Little Mix bandmates give birth days apart, more celebs who had babies in 2021 Rude Money Habits You Need To Break Now © Provided by NBC Sports Klay Thompson will find motivation wherever he can. Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown probably doesn’t need much help psyching himself up against the Cavaliers, who fired him twice. Or the Lakers, who fired him just five games into his second season in Los Angeles. But the Nuggets? That’s where Thompson’s shtick comes in, as relayed by Brown, Golden State coach Steve Kerr and former teammate James Michael McAdoo. The Athletic: McAdoo: If there was a guy on our team that had previously played for the other team, Klay would always say, “They didn’t want you!” Brown: If we’re about to play the Cavaliers … “They didn’t want ya, Mike B!” McAdoo: Literally every time, everyone would laugh. Kerr: He does his homework, too. He knows every single guys’ connection to every team. One time we were in Denver and we get done going through the scouting report and he goes, “They...
    Kevin Durant’s time with the Warriors continues to be the source of comments of all kinds. There the player became a legend, winning two titles in the three opportunities he had and both against LeBron James’ Cavaliers to crown the precious rivalry between the two teams. But it is not in sports that these conversations are focused: what led to his arrival in the team, leaving his great rival in the West after almost dethroning him after the best regular phase in history, and what was said about his exit, seasoned with a very serious injury from which it seems more than recovered two years later, they take the cake. In a conversation for Bleacher Report, the recent MVP of the Tokyo Olympic Games reviewed these aspects with Draymond Green, who also plays a leading role in these two aspects of the story. On how the DC-born forward signed for Golden State that July 4, 2016, is quite clear: “It was a purely basketball decision, but I could kill two birds with one stone and say I didn’t...
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Stephen Curry’s pregame warmup had a little added flair with so many more people watching again. He loved seeing all the familiar ushers as he drove up to the arena three hours early. He thanked the fans before tipoff for being patient and persistent through a pandemic. Curry scored 32 points, Draymond Green added 19 assists and 12 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors welcomed back fans for the first time since the pandemic began by beating the Denver Nuggets 118-97 on Friday night. READ MORE: Driver Killed In High-Speed Crash Near Sloans Lake “Just a little bit different of a buzz inside and outside the arena,” Curry said. “I know you got to take it slow and obviously keep everybody safe but ramp up how many people can get in the building and slowly but surely get back to a full, packed house where that energy is second to none. Us on the floor, we live off of that. You try to bring it when it’s an empty arena, you do your best but it...
    The main storyline prior to the Nets’ visit to San Francisco on Saturday was Kevin Durant’s return to the Bay Area, where he won championships with the Warriors. The reunion went as planned: There was lots of love for KD and Brooklyn won comfortably, 134-117. But then came the postgame interviews, where another of the Nets’ stars said something that nudged the Durant story to the side. The statement became one of the three main takeaways from the ABC prime-time matchup. Plot twist: Brooklyn has new look in backcourt Kyrie Irving casually let drop that the Nets’ offense has undergone an important change: He’s now playing off the ball and James Harden is the primary ballhandler. The switch worked great against Golden State: Harden had 19 points and 16 assists in 35 minutes, while Irving had 23 points and four assists in 34 minutes. “I feel he’s just been doing a great job of just managing the point guard role,” Irving said. “We established that, maybe, four days ago now? I just looked at him and I said, ‘You’re the point...
    Necessary For Steff Carrie, who is concerned about the Warriors’ current situation, the rest of the season promises to be complicated in California. However, the point guard admitted surprisingly about the match, and it was directly about his brother Seth. Despite being widely attacked by the Night Suns from Thursday to Friday, the Warriors did not perform well. For now, they can combine successes and not switch between good and bad. For a team that dreamed of a title at the start of the season, the gap to be filled by favorites can be enormous. Is it possible? You have to be honest and say no. The absence of Clay Thompson is very painful, and Kelly O’Brien (1/11 shooting against Phoenix) could not replace him. All of these are essential Step curry, Had other ambitions for himself when he joined this training. If we go to his last interview, there is something to be surprised about. According to Alex Didian NBC Games, Steph did not even know that there were 76 people at the summit of the Eastern Conference....
    Jonah Hill snuggles up with new dog and thanks rescue Asian stocks move upward as investor optimism defies evidence of pandemic’s impact How Steph Curry helped the Warriors beat the Raptors despite the worst shooting night of his career Last Sunday, Steph Curry reminded everyone that he's still one of the best players in the world, pouring in 62 points to set a new career high in the Golden State Warriors' win over the Portland Trail Blazers. Exactly a week later, Curry reminded everyone that he is indeed human.  © Provided by CBS Sports He managed just 11 points against the Toronto Raptors and submitted the worst shooting performance of his career, going 2 of 16 from the field. The good news for the Warriors is that the result was the same -- barely. They staved off a fourth-quarter comeback attempt to escape with a 106-105 win after Pascal Siakam's last-second effort bounced out.  It was a great sign for the Warriors that, even shorthanded, they were able to grind out a win despite Curry having a tough night. As...
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