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Sports Report: A's fans will pay to park on 'Free Parking Tuesday'

One reason to follow that advice is that "Free Parking Tuesday," an A's promotion this season, is being cancelled for Tuesday night's game against the Seattle Mariners because the Warriors are playing next door. With the A's and Warriors both playing at home Tuesday night, fans are being advised to take public transit to the games.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
34 Points

Sports Live playoff updates: Warriors vs. Blazers, Game 2 on Tuesday

Get the latest score and analysis during the game from our writers.If viewing on a mobile device, click here.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
32 Points

Warriors' Varejao says no intent to trip Henderson

On the play, Varejao was bumped by Henderson and Varejao's leg swiped backward and tripped Henderson, who quickly initiated a confrontation. Good."Varejao is the second Warriors player to be retroactively assessed a flagrant foul during the postseason. That's all."Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts welcomed the news when told that Varejao was hit with a flagrant foul: "Was he. If a player accumulates four points during the playoffs, he will get a one-game suspension.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
15 Points

Warriors coach Steve Kerr gets too much credit, claims radio host Colin Cowherd

``It's the easiest team I've ever seen in the NBA to coach.``We're giving Steve Kerr too much credit.''Cowherd made no mention of the strides the Warriors made when he came aboard in place of Mark Jackson. They come down and shoot lots of threes.''-- Action on the floor is controlled not by the coach, but by star guard Steph Curry.``This is not a team you have to bark instructions to regularly,'' Cowherd said. You don't have to outsmart other coaches, limit minutes,'' Cowherd said.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
15 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
04/05
11 Points

Live playoff updates: Warriors vs. Blazers, Game 2 on Tuesday

Get the latest score and analysis during the game from our writers.If viewing on a mobile device, click here.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
6 Points

Warriors' Curry wins Magic Johnson Award

OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry was named the winner of the Magic Johnson Award, which recognizes the top player who shows "cooperation and dignity" in dealing with the media and public.Curry, who was a finalist for last season's award that went to Chicago's Pau Gasol, was selected through a vote of Professional Basketball Writers Association members.Curry is the first Warriors players to receive the award since it was created in 2001.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
4 Points

Warriors' Varejao says no intent to trip Henderson

On the play, Varejao was bumped by Henderson and Varejao's leg swiped backward and tripped Henderson, who quickly initiated a confrontation. Good."Varejao is the second Warriors player to be retroactively assessed a flagrant foul during the postseason. That's all."Trail Blazers coach Terry Stotts welcomed the news when told that Varejao was hit with a flagrant foul: "Was he. If a player accumulates four points during the playoffs, he will get a one-game suspension.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
3 Points

Terry Stotts: Warriors' Anderson Varejao made 'dangerous play'

SAN FRANCISCO -- Portland coach Terry Stotts said Warriors center Anderson Varejao made a dirty play in tripping Trail Blazers guard Gerald Henderson in Game 1 on Sunday."It was a leg whip, and I thought it was a dangerous play," Stotts said Monday.The tripping incident in the third quarter with the Warriors leading 87-61 came after Henderson bumped into Varejao, and both players were sent sprawling.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
12 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

Despite Stephen Curry's absence, Warriors still winning

"They still move the ball really well."They do a great job of sharing the ball. there's a lot of shots out there, and Klay, he's the obvious guy to take some of those that are available," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. "We want him being as aggressive as possible, and he's been fantastic. If you allow them to be comfortable, you allow them to get those perimeter shots comfortably, being close to them isn't close enough.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
7 Points

Warriors' Curry won't play in Game 2

OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry will not play in Game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers, Warriors coach Steve Kerr said."I'll just say he's doubtful just so we give everybody something to chew on," Kerr said Monday, grinning. With the team expected to take Wednesday off after Game 2 on Tuesday night, the next opportunity for Curry to resume 5-on-5 work would be Thursday."Hopefully he'll be a part of it," Kerr said.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
5 Points

Sports Stephen Curry aiming to play in Game 3

The Warriors offered a rough two-week timeline for Curry to return to basketball activities after an MRI exam revealed a Grade 1 MCL sprain."Thanks for all the messages and positive energy this past week," Curry wrote on Instgram on Saturday.Curry was thanking soccer star Lionel Messi for sending him an autographed jersey.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
19 Points

Sports The Stuff of Legends (Warriors 118, Blazers 106)

When the Warriors regain use of both hands, they're going to be more dangerous than ever before.In the two full games since Curry went down with his knee injury, the Warriors have held opponents to 36.5% shooting. The faster the ball and the Warriors moved around the court, the more dialed in they seemed to get. Dismissed for so long as just an offensive threat, the Warriors' ferocious defense is now front and center. That fact alone isn't what earned the performance a place in NBA lore.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
8 Points
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