This was almost entirely written 19 hours before tip-off. One of these teams won, the other lost, and game 4 is set up to be the decider.
I'm doing something different for tonight's recap. Listen, there's no way I'm going to be able to write anything coherent on a Friday night, or Saturday morning for that matter. So: the recap is...
If there was any lingering doubt about this Warriors team, they shoved it aside in game 1. This team is real, and they are spectacular.
Dear Self: Please, please, for the love of all that is holy — stop volunteering to write recaps of Warriors-Kings games!
Instead of popping bottles in celebration of Stephen Curry's career game, the Golden State Warriors leave New York having wasted an historic performance and a prime opportunity to steal one on the road.
The Golden State Warriors, partnering closely with adidas, released a new alternate uniform on Tuesday. What follows is over 1,000 words of critique that could only come from someone with an unhealthy interest in these sorts of things.
Shorthanded? Ha! Warriors don't care! Big victory for a team missing three starters, one crucial backup, in the 4th in 5 nights. The only question is who gets the Warrior Wonder.
The Warriors have the 7th best record in the NBA, and two players deserving of making the All Star game. No, seriously.
According to Woj, the Sacramento Kings are close to being sold to a Seattle ownership group. All of Norcal is soon to be Warriors country exclusively.
The Pacific Division is looking like a two-horse race. Tonight, those horses don their armor and do battle. Expect a bloodbath of equine proportions.
All signs point to danger. It would be easy for the Warriors to overlook the Cats, who will themselves be looking to end a 13-game slide.