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Sports Warriors determined to set defensive tone again in Game 2

"They're a first-quarter team. They're the best in the league at getting off to good starts. So, we have to be able to match that."Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. They know their offense will come given this team's depth and many playmakers."It's very important we don't give up just layups early in the game," Bogut said. Andrew Bogut has taken to publicly calling himself unflattering names.Such was his mood Monday when someone inquired about the Golden State center often appearing mean and nasty.
USA Today
03/05
22 Points
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Sports Draymond Green leads Warriors to Game 1 rout

The Warriors, who have the long and versatile Shaun Livingston in Curry’s spot, have taken their defense to a new level in these past few weeks. And as they already knew and as the Blazers were reminded in the series opener, this harmonious hoops team known as the Warriors goes well beyond Curry and his transcendent talent.Klay Thompson, Curry’s fellow Splash Brother and one of the most understated stars in today’s game, had 37 points to lead the Game 1 win.
USA Today
02/05
2 Points
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Sports Klay Thompson, Draymond Green give Warriors comfortable halftime lead

The Golden State Warriors need their other key players to step up in Stephen Curry's absence. McCollum combined to score just 14 points on 3-for-19 shooting in the first half.Follow AJ Neuharth-Keusch on Twitter @tweetAJNK. So far in Game 1 against the Portland Trail Blazers, those players have been Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.Thompson .
USA Today
01/05
9 Points
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Trail Blazers preparing to let it fly against the Warriors

19 in Portland.“I believe in the percentages of the three-point shot,” said Blazers coach Terry Stotts. They are the first team to make more than 1,000 threes in a season and did it with the second-best percentage (41.6) in league history.The Blazers like the three-point shot, too, and not just because of the drill. That game was by far the Warriors’ largest losing margin in a regular season that saw them set an NBA record for wins with 73 and just nine losses.
USA Today
01/05
13 Points

Sports Lakers tab Golden State's Luke Walton as next coach

Walton, 36, will remain with the Warriors through the end of the playoffs.Walton accepted his first head coaching job after leading the Warriors to a 39-4 start this season while serving as the interim and Steve Kerr was on a leave of absence.Walton coached on Kerr's staff for two seasons. OAKLAND -- Luke Walton is returning to the Los Angeles Lakers as head coach following a meteoric rise up the coaching ladder with the Warriors.The Lakers announced they reached agreement with Walton on Friday.
San Jose Mercury News
30/04
4 Points
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Sports Klay Thompson, Warriors rout Rockets to advance to second round

A three from Thompson, then another from Green, and the Rockets seemed to already be reaching for their tent bags.In the first quarter that Golden State led 37-20, the Rockets not named James Harden missed all 15 of their shots. Most likely not, even though he did an admirable job trying to keep the Rockets’ wreckage contained. Most likely not, as the Rockets center has said he plans to decline the player option in his contract in order to become a free agent.
USA Today
28/04
19 Points

Warriors' Stephen Curry in good spirits

The last thing they want is the MVP further injuring himself during a sideline celebration. "It's good to see guys when they're hurt supporting the team. He's obviously frustrated and we just want him to know we're with him and we'll hopefully hold the fort down until he's back."Before the game, Curry took in chapel with Warriors and Rockets players in a room adjacent to the locker room. On his way, he playfully mimicked the familiar cry of security guards at Oracle Arena who yell, 'Hold 'em up.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
15 Points
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Sports Warriors roll into second round of playoffs without Curry

Portland leads 3-2.Without the MVP, Curry's fellow Splash Brother set the tone from the opening tip. Beverley played 25-plus minutes after injuring his right hamstring during Sunday's Game 4.Warriors: In the six quarters after Curry went down Sunday, Golden State outscored Houston 179-119. They have lost only two home games total in the postseason dating to the start of last year's run.
The Denver Post
28/04
9 Points
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Sports Warriors roll into second round of playoffs without Curry

Portland leads 3-2.Without the MVP, Curry's fellow Splash Brother set the tone from the opening tip. Beverley played 25-plus minutes after injuring his right hamstring during Sunday's Game 4.Warriors: In the six quarters after Curry went down Sunday, Golden State outscored Houston 179-119. They have lost only two home games total in the postseason dating to the start of last year's run.
The Denver Post
28/04
5 Points

Sports Who will be the next coach of the LA Lakers? The candidates list

Jeff Hornacek: Veteran NBA coach who was fired by Phoenix earlier this year. Nate McMillan: An assistant with Indiana, he formerly a head coach in Seattle and Portland. Brian Shaw: Former Lakers guard who was Denver coach for two seasons before being let go. He currently coaches at UConn and was mentioned as a candidate for the Lakers position in 2014. Jeff Van Gundy: ESPN analyst and former Knicks/Rockets coach, he is mentioned nearly every time there's a coaching change.
San Jose Mercury News
27/04
9 Points
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Sports Cavalier making most of long break between playoff rounds

Cleveland will face the Atlanta-Boston series starting Monday.Irving said it's critical for the Cavs to stay rested and make the most of the time off.Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. Paul's injury is a devastating double shot for the Clippers, who also lost Blake Griffin with a leg injury.Irving and the Cavs are relatively healthy following a first-round sweep of Detroit. They practiced Wednesday while awaiting a second-round opponent.
USA Today
27/04
9 Points
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Navarrette: A California primer for Trump, Cruz, Kasich

In fact, it happens all the time.And that's why I doubt that Trump's carnival show will find much of an audience in California. The California primary isn't until June 7, and, typically by then, the Democratic and Republican races have long been settled. Now that I've returned to the state where I was born and raised, I've discovered the same thing about California. Latinos now make up more than 38 percent of California's population, and they outnumber every other group, including whites.
The Denver Post
27/04
3 Points
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Sports Golden State's Steve Kerr wins NBA's coach of the year

Steve Kerr is the NBA's coach of the year, after leading to the Golden State Warriors to the best regular season record in league history.Kerr got 64 first-place votes from the panel of 130 media members who regularly cover the league. Voters took notice of Walton's work as well; he finished tied for eighth in the balloting.Golden State finished 73-9 this season, breaking the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls' record of 72-10 for the best record in league history.
The Denver Post
27/04
7 Points

Ruben Navarrette: California looms on GOP horizon

You can be a superb GOP candidate and still lose to a mediocre Democrat. Otherwise, there's another concept that California Republicans might as well get used to: extinction. SAN DIEGO -- In this presidential election, California could count for a lot. The California primary isn't until June 7, and, typically by then, the Democratic and Republican races have long been settled. Now that I've returned to the state where I was born and raised, I've discovered the same thing about California.
San Jose Mercury News
26/04
2 Points
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