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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

With Curry on bench, Warriors crush Rockets, advance to second round

"We know how much he means to this team. We'd rather him be out there, but when he's not out there, we have to pull together."Klay Thompson nodded as Livingston spoke after he led the Warriors with 27 points, going 7 for 11 from 3-point range for a second straight game.Livingston, who started in place of Curry, added 16 points on 7-for-8 shooting from exclusively inside the arc while committing only one turnover."We're blessed," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said of Livingston's presence.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
13 Points

Sports Live updates: Warriors vs. Rockets, Game 5

Follow along as the Warriors try to clinch their best-of-7 first-round series against the Rockets tonight at 7:30 in Game 5 at Oracle. Get the latest score and analysis during the game from our writers.If viewing on a mobile device, click here.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
14 Points

Sports Golden State Warriors vs Houston Rockets Game 5 preview

With Curry out, the best Houston could do was cut the lead to 15 points at 73-58 with 2:38 to go in the third quarter, but the Warriors went on a 9-0 run to put the game away. If the Warriors advance by beating Houston in Game 5 or Game 6, they would play host to Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals on Sunday if the Clippers-Blazers series ends in six games. The Warriors played their second consecutive game without Curry. Livingston started in place of Curry and had 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting.
San Jose Mercury News
27/04
4 Points

Warriors say Curry has MCL sprain; out at least two weeks

If the Warriors advance, Curry is expected to miss games in the Western Conference semifinals against the Los Angeles Clippers or Portland Trail Blazers."Thanks 4 all the prayers & messages," tweeted Curry, who is scheduled to be re-evaluated in two weeks.
San Jose Mercury News
Today
20 Points

Warriors say Curry has MCL sprain; out at least two weeks

If the Warriors advance, Curry is expected to miss games in the Western Conference semifinals against the Los Angeles Clippers or Portland Trail Blazers."Thanks 4 all the prayers & messages," tweeted Curry, who is scheduled to be re-evaluated in two weeks.
San Jose Mercury News
Today
5 Points

Sports Howard: Rockets will win Game 5

HOUSTON -- Rockets center Dwight Howard expressed confidence heading into Game 5 in Oakland and his team needing a win against the Warriors to extend the series."Game 5 won't be the last game for us," he said after the 121-94 loss in Game 4. The Rockets employed the strategy as well, hacking Festus Ezeli and James Michael McAdoo.For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
16 Points
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Warriors go up 3-1 vs. Rockets, Curry hurt again

 Talk about mixed emotions.The Golden State Warriors, 3-1 series lead over the Houston Rockets and all, won’t know how to feel in these next few days. He also said the ankle was fine."Looked like he slipped on a wet spot, right before the half and we'll see what happens with the MRI," Kerr said. Howard, who plans to opt out and become a free agent, finished with 19 points and 15 rebounds.Follow Sam Amick on Twitter @sam_amick.
USA Today
25/04
13 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

Live updates: Stephen Curry expected to play for Warriors in Game 4 vs. Rockets

Follow along as the Warriors and Stephen Curry take on the Rockets in Game 4 of their best-of-7 series on Sunday at 12:30 p.m. Get the latest score and analysis during the game from our writers.If viewing on a mobile device, click here.
San Jose Mercury News
24/04
11 Points

Thompson: Draymond Green needs to be back at his best for the Warriors in Game 4

And if the Warriors are at their best, Houston doesn't stand a chance.The good news for Warriors fans: Green knows it. Curry's presence will help to that end.Usually when Green is on the court, the Warriors are winning. HOUSTON -- The Warriors are expecting to get their guy back for Game 4. "But I didn't play with my same energy level ... That's what caused all my problems."The Warriors can't afford a tamed Green.
San Jose Mercury News
24/04
7 Points
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Stephen Curry will be back for Game 4, but is he really back?

The question surrounding Stephen Curry changed on Saturday, when the Golden State Warriors star announced in no uncertain terms that his return from a two-game absence will come in Sunday’s Game 4 against the Houston Rockets.The ailing right ankle, for all intents and purposes, is back to normal.But now, after the Warriors have given a seemingly-lifeless Rockets bunch some hope with a Game 3 loss that cut their series edge to 2-1, the real crux of the Curry issue is this: will he really be back.
USA Today
24/04
8 Points
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Sports Rockets' Dwight Howard to celebration critics: 'Shut up'

the Golden State Warriors.“I think everybody made a big deal out of nothing, and we were very happy we won the game,” Howard said on Friday, following his team’s 97-96 win over the Warriors, who were without Steph Curry. Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard said that his team was concerned there was still time left on the clock, which is why they weren’t overtly excited following James Harden’s game-winning shot in Game 3 vs.
USA Today
23/04
9 Points

Sports Houston Rockets officials rip Charles Barkley, NBA refs

"I guarantee you the Rockets are going to lose this game."After Houston held on to win 97-96, Brown tweeted. "Should have been Golden State win - takedown is worth 2 points," Morey tweeted about the no-call on Green.Rockets CEO Tad Brown went after Barkley, who accused Houston of "fake hustle" during the Game 3 telecast on Thursday night."Ain't nothing worse than fake hustle," Barkley said. "Charles would know, his entire rockets career was fake hustle.".
San Jose Mercury News
23/04
5 Points
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