Andy Liu is a student at UC San Diego but grew up in San Francisco, where his love for the Golden State Warriors has grown to new heights as the team has descended to newly low heights. You can find his work at the school newspaper, Bleacher Report and as a newly minted Golden State of Mind member. Misery loves company and there's nothing in the world like watching Andris Biedrins shoot free throws.
The Golden State Warriors lost in six games to the San Antonio Spurs. But that's hardly cause for moping; with the future seemingly bright, I discuss the the series, some closing thoughts and expectations for next season.
The Golden State Warriors tried a late comeback but fell short to a humming San Antonio Spurs offense. The Dubs will head back to Oracle Arena for an elimination Game 6. Do they have enough left in the proverbial gas tank?
The Golden State Warriors stave off another determined San Antonio Spurs rally by holding on with excellent defense and timely shots. Klay Thompson got hot while Draymond Green and Andrew Bogut played lockdown defense.
Who doesn't love a thorough statistical breakdown of whether the Golden State Warriors can win 1-2 games against the San Antonio Spurs—a team they haven't at their house in the Tim Duncan era?
Stephen Curry this, Stephen Curry that, the Denver-Golden State series centered around Curry's ability to rain threes and his ankle but an underrated presence has been Bogut's ability to play through injury, and play well.
The Golden State Warriors come out sluggish but battle back late in the second half before falling in Denver. This sets up Game 6 at Oracle. Just like 2007.
It's playoff time in the Bay Area and so there's your usual complaints about bandwagoners and how us "true fans" hate them and how they have no place cheering for OUR team. It's time to toss in a little stream-of-consciousness stuff.
David Lee is out for the rest of the season with a Grade 3 hip flexor tear. So there goes any shots at the NBA Finals. What will the Golden State Warriors do without Lee? Does this improve the defense?
The Santa Cruz Warriors keep up the winning ways by sweeping the Austin Toros and advancing to the Finals. They will play the Rio Grande Valley Vipers (Houston Rockets affiliate).
This is but one of 14325235 series previews out there. Unlike Chicago Bulls-Brooklyn Nets, people will actually watch and care about this one. I'll be looking at some strengths, weaknesses, key factors, and of course: a small video breakdown. Enjoy.
The Golden State Warriors face off against the Denver Nuggets at 2:30 Pacific Time on Saturday. Here are a bunch of stuff around the internet on what should be the most entertaining series in the first round.
The Golden State Warriors finish the season with a flourish: beating the Blazers 99--88, having Stephen Curry break the all-time three-point record and finishing 47-35 overall. Good for the sixth seed in the Western Conference.
(h/t to JRAM_91 for finding this) @billsimmons No team in Basketball Ref's database since 1986 has had 50 FTAs and 3 ORebs in a game. — Andy Glockner (@AndyGlockner) April 13, 2013 K...
The Dubs have played much better defense as of late in their 12-4 run at the finish line. What has been the source of the upswing? The easy answer is Andrew Bogut but has it really been that good? And what should changes should we expect?
The Golden State Warriors made a move to fill out the roster, signing point guard Scott Machado to a 10-day contract. With the season so close to over, he'll remain on the roster for the rest of the regular season.
The Golden State Warriors win despite another lackluster performance against a team that boasts players that we know for big-time college performance rather than their play in the NBA.
The Golden State Warriors let the New Orleans Hornets hang around for a while but hang on for a 98-88 win, moving the magic number to 3.
The Golden State Warriors face off against the New Orleans Hornets in a home-friendly schedule as they cling to the sixth seed in the Western Conference.
This is your massive link dump on a Friday morning on the five teams fighting for the sixth to eighth seeds in the Western Conference.
The Santa Cruz Warriors rally past the Idaho Stampede 89-84 to extend their winning streak to nine in a row. Jeremy Tyler starred with 22 points on 10-17 shooting.
The Golden State Warriors knocked around Kobe's Lakers for three and a half quarters before holding on and closing it out in a six point victory. The Dubs move to 10 games above .500 for the first time in over a month.
Stephen Curry ankle injury? Fret not, we have good news! The Golden State Warriors D-League team in Santa Cruz bring back developmental projects in Jeremy Tyler and Travis Leslie.
The Golden State Warriors, winners of four out of their last five games, head into San Antonio to take on the streaking Spurs. What else is new?
Bill Simmons of ESPN implied that a Klay Thompson + filler for James Harden trade was talked about at a certain point. This, of course, got the Warriors fan base riled up. But Tim Kawakami is here to make sense of everything.
The Golden State Warriors get blown out on their home court by 18 to the Chicago Bulls. And it wasn't nearly that close.
Despite a blowout against the New York Knicks, there are offensive issues abound for the Golden State Warriors.
The Golden State Warriors didn't make any moves at the trade deadline to shore up their defense but did so today by signing Malcolm Thomas to a ten-day contract.
There was a game last night but it was something much more for Kings fans who had a chance to show their stuff in a visiting stadium.