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Kawakami: Draymond Green ignites Warriors as they roll past Rockets

OAKLAND -- Draymond Green had the strength and he had the numbers.Yes, it was almost certainly inevitable that the Warriors would finish off the Houston Rockets on Wednesday at Oracle Arena, even with Stephen Curry out once again.The Warriors are much, much better than Houston.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
4 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 confident, even without injured Stephen Curry

It was fast-paced, sweet-shooting Warriors basketball at its finest and accomplished after Curry limped his way off the floor. When Steph is with us, it's a bonus -- a superior team, a great team like we are."For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors. The Warriors will simply have to play through it."Our motto the last two years is 'Strength in Numbers,' " Marreese Speights said.
San Jose Mercury News
27/04
5 Points
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Sports Stephen Curry injury changes everything for playoffs

From San Antonio to Oklahoma City, Cleveland, Los Angeles and beyond, the reality that Curry won’t be part of the Warriors’ championship equation for the foreseeable future means everyone else’s odds just went up.This was fast becoming Curry’s NBA, the Warriors winning in ways we had never seen and the rest of the league being left behind.  don’t call for it.Draymond Green will be the ultimate X-factor, not only because of his fiery ways but because his versatile skillset .
USA Today
26/04
5 Points

Kawakami: Curry and Co. cap historic regular season with work of art

OAKLAND -- They got to 73 audaciously, uproariously and from such deep distance that you wondered if Stephen Curry & Co. No matter what happens, this has been an incredible season."But it obviously takes on a different meaning if we go on and win the title, and that's our focus now."The Warriors go into the playoffs as the defending champions, history-makers, and on this night, they were the most audacious, unprecedented thing we've seen.Or maybe will ever see.
San Jose Mercury News
14/04
5 Points

Sports Kawakami: Curry and Co. cap historic regular season with work of art

OAKLAND -- They got to 73 audaciously, uproariously and from such deep distance that you wondered if Stephen Curry & Co. No matter what happens, this has been an incredible season."But it obviously takes on a different meaning if we go on and win the title, and that's our focus now."The Warriors go into the playoffs as the defending champions, history-makers, and on this night, they were the most audacious, unprecedented thing we've seen.Or maybe will ever see.
San Jose Mercury News
14/04
6 Points

Sports Golden State Warriors vs. Memphis Grizzlies preview

Curry (29.9 points per game) has a virtual lock on his first NBA scoring title. The Warriors will be the first team in NBA history to go the entire season without losing consecutive games. Green and Curry have combined for 514 this season, a total topped by only two duos in the NBA -- Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant (592) and Sacramento's DeMarcus Cousins and Rajon Rondo (527).-- DARRYL MATSUDA. 7 because Dallas owns the tiebreaker, winning the season series 3-1.
San Jose Mercury News
14/04
7 Points
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Sports On the verge of history, Warriors showcase skills to another pro team

27; he has hit eight or more three-pointers in a game 15 times this season; his season average is five, on 45.2% shooting. The baseball Angels.Mike Trout, Albert Pujols, Joe Smith, palling around with Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and the other Warriors at the team’s practice facility on Tuesday because they were in town to face the Oakland A’s and because, well, greatness tends to gravitate to greatness. Curry losing to Smith and Green falling to Trout in their back-to-back games of P.I.G.
USA Today
13/04
4 Points
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Warriors beat Spurs, have 72 wins, need 1 for history

For good measure, and despite the “MVP” chants of Spurs fans who lavished the love on their own Kawhi Leonard, the Warriors’ reigning MVP even dribbled through the entire Spurs cavalry with some 90 seconds left before his layup put Golden State up 11 points late. The Warriors had been in that race until recently, losing two of their past three games at home after starting 37-0. Curry cradled the ball, pointing to his teammates who all implored their coach, Steve Kerr, to push for the record.
USA Today
11/04
7 Points
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