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Sports Kawakami: No Curry, no worry for Warriors

So, as much as this must cheer the Warriors to discover and amplify, it must be just a little demoralizing for Portland.And everybody else.Read Tim Kawakami's Talking Points blog at blogs.mercurynews.com/kawakami. "Well, we can't look at it that way, Lillard said. "They are an elite team either way, and they showed that tonight."That seems to be more and more true every single Warriors performance.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
6 Points

Sports Stephen Curry injured again as Warriors win Game 4

"The third quarter, it was just a breakdown."For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors. It was his first game since the tweak of his right ankle eight days earlier in Game 1, and his much-anticipated return was spoiled by the knee injury.The Warriors still roasted the Rockets."There's a reason why those guys are champions," Bickerstaff said.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
6 Points

Sports Colorado State's Green vs. Gold game becomes D vs. O game

After the Green and Gold game at Hughes Stadium on Saturday, Colorado State coach Mike Bobo wryly admitted he feels better coming out of spring practice than he did a year ago after taking over the program from Jim McElwain."I probably might have seemed positive, but I didn't think we could win a game last year after spring," Bobo said, then laughed. "I thought we got better every day individually, I thought we got better as a football team."Spring games tend to be eye-of-the-beholder propositions.
The Denver Post
24/04
5 Points

Sports Warriors notebook: Steve Kerr, Luke Walton refute New York Post report

OAKLAND -- Warriors assistant coach Luke Walton has not interviewed for the New York Knicks opening, both Walton and Golden State head coach Steve Kerr said Monday.The New York Post reported Sunday that Walton had interviewed with several teams, including a conversation with New York Knicks president Phil Jackson. While the two did speak, it was not an interview."I talked to Phil, but I always talk to Phil. He's a mentor of mine," Walton told this newspaper.
San Jose Mercury News
19/04
8 Points
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Sports Draymond Green doesn't feel snubbed losing to Kawhi Leonard

But this should have been a closer race.Leonard finished with 547 points to Green’s 421, and much of that had to do the nine voters (out of 120) who somehow didn’t deem Green worthy of even a top three billing. But there is a discussion to be had, one that should be led by someone who doesn’t don a Warriors uniform.From that measured vantage point, here’s how I see it: Leonard . Whiteside was a distant third (83 points).“I think (voters) could have went either way,” Green said.
USA Today
19/04
17 Points

Sports Review: In 'Green Room' a punk band faces the truly hardcore

"Green Room" has it."Green Room," an A24 release, is rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America for "strong brutal graphic violence, gory images, language and some drug content." Running time: 117 minutes. Once it enters the grindhouse, it stays there.But you can't have a siege thriller without a siege, and "Green Room" is certainly among the genre's finest examples. Guns are employed, but the most chilling violence comes from teeth and blades on split-open flesh.
The Denver Post
13/04
4 Points

Sports Draymond Green giving Warriors' tickets to students with high grades

OAKLAND -- A thought popped into Draymond Green's head Monday night, so he tweeted it before he had a chance to forget.And with that, Green officially made plans to award three Oakland high school students with tickets to Wednesday's potential history-making game against the Memphis Grizzlies. Tuesday were $339 on StubHub.Follow Jimmy Durkin on Twitter at Twitter.com/Jimmy_Durkin.
San Jose Mercury News
13/04
4 Points
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Sports Warriors tie record with 72nd win, end Spurs' home streak

beating the Spurs in San Antonio.The Spurs had won 48 consecutive regular-season games at home, including an NBA-record 39 straight to this season. The Spurs tried to match the Warriors' pace Sunday, though, leading to a tense and at times sloppy game.LaMarcus Aldridge had 24 points to lead the Spurs, who have lost three straight for the first time this season. Curry made a 3-pointer in his 151st straight regular-season game, extending his own NBA record.
The Denver Post
11/04
19 Points
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Sports Warriors tie record with 72nd win, end Spurs' home streak

beating the Spurs in San Antonio.The Spurs had won 48 consecutive regular-season games at home, including an NBA-record 39 straight to this season. The Spurs tried to match the Warriors' pace Sunday, though, leading to a tense and at times sloppy game.LaMarcus Aldridge had 24 points to lead the Spurs, who have lost three straight for the first time this season. Curry made a 3-pointer in his 151st straight regular-season game, extending his own NBA record.
The Denver Post
11/04
16 Points
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Sports Warriors tie record with 72nd win, end Spurs' home streak

beating the Spurs in San Antonio.The Spurs had won 48 consecutive regular-season games at home, including an NBA-record 39 straight to this season. The Spurs tried to match the Warriors' pace Sunday, though, leading to a tense and at times sloppy game.LaMarcus Aldridge had 24 points to lead the Spurs, who have lost three straight for the first time this season. Curry made a 3-pointer in his 151st straight regular-season game, extending his own NBA record.
USA Today
11/04
5 Points
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