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Thompson: How do Blazers stop Bogut?

But when Bogut is on his game, points in the paint are harder to come by than expected against the Warriors. He's the jerk they want to give a piece of their mind to, except doing so only lets him know he's winning."I'm an a--hole," Bogut said. Sometimes Draymond Green, but mostly Bogut.He's the irritant they want to punch, except he might punch back. If the Warriors' persona is that of a friendly smile and ready handshake, Bogut is the tack between their fingers.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
11 Points

Thompson: How do Blazers stop Bogut?

But when Bogut is on his game, points in the paint are harder to come by than expected against the Warriors. He's the jerk they want to give a piece of their mind to, except doing so only lets him know he's winning."I'm an a--hole," Bogut said. Sometimes Draymond Green, but mostly Bogut.He's the irritant they want to punch, except he might punch back. If the Warriors' persona is that of a friendly smile and ready handshake, Bogut is the tack between their fingers.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
4 Points

Sports Watch: Breakdown of Warriors-Blazers, Game 1

And it's going to take something great from Portland to even make this series competitive.Courtney Cronin and I breakdown Game 2, a 118-106 Warriors win.The post WATCH: Breakdown of Warriors-Blazers, Game 1 appeared first on Marcus Thompson II.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
8 Points

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
8 Points

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
7 Points
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Sports Portland beat Toronto 2-1, LA and Kansas draw 1-1

USA Today
02/05
5 Points

Sports Warriors roll past Blazers 118-106 in Game 1

OAKLAND -- Klay Thompson and the Warriors stayed hot as they continue to dominate in the playoffs without an injured Stephen Curry.Thompson scored a playoff career-high 37 points in the Warriors' 118-106 win in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday.The Warriors led by as many as 26 points as Thompson has taken over as the primary 3-point threat. Believing the contact to be intentional, Henderson bumped Varejao and gestured at him.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
6 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
15 Points

Sports Kawakami: Warriors remember 32-point loss to Blazers

"No need to see it."No, the Warriors -- who are the far superior defensive team and are much deeper -- don't have to be at their very Curry best to beat Portland.But the Warriors sure can't be at their very worst.In that February game, the Warriors committed 20 turnovers and spent a disastrous third quarter mostly watching a parade of Portland sprints to the basket.Oh, and the Warriors got to watch Lillard go for 51 points."It wasn't a fluke," Kerr said of the loss.
San Jose Mercury News
01/05
9 Points
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2016 NBA playoffs preview: Warriors vs. Blazers

Not many teams can lose the soon-to-be back-to-back MVP and still be favored to win the Western Conference semifinals. The Golden State Warriors are the exception. But the Portland Trail Blazers . who have overcome all odds to become the league's biggest Cinderella story .
USA Today
01/05
5 Points
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Sports Trail Blazers take advantage of injury-plagued Clippers, lead series 3-2

USA Today
28/04
8 Points

Sports Blake Griffin out for rest of playoffs, Chris Paul has hand surgery

Blake Griffin will miss the rest of the playoffs after aggravating his left quadriceps tendon and Chris Paul has undergone hand surgery, leaving the Los Angeles Clippers without their top two players for the rest of their first-round series against Portland.The team says Griffin had an MRI on Tuesday that revealed no further structural damage to the quad that sidelined him for 45 games earlier in the season.
The Denver Post
27/04
5 Points
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Sports Paul leaves with broken hand, Blazers beat Clippers 98-84

Al-Farouq Aminu scored a career-high 30 points and the Portland Trail Blazers pulled away after Chris Paul left with a broken bone in his right hand, beating the Los Angeles Clippers 98-84 on Monday night to even their playoff series at two games apiece.Paul departed midway through the third quarter. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
26/04
13 Points
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Sports Paul leaves Game 4 with broken bone in right hand

The Clippers later reported Paul fractured the third metacarpal in his right hand.Following the game, Paul left the Moda Center without speaking with reporters.Paul was leading the Clippers with 16 points when he left the game. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
26/04
11 Points
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