New York Post "For a few fleeting moments Monday night, what once looked like it would be the signature win of the Nets’ season instead was about to be engulfed in the flames shooting out of Stephen Curry’s right hand. But after the league MVP candidate pulled the Warriors back from a 10-point deficit with..." March 03
Leandro Barbosa (viral upper respiratory infection) will not play tonight in Brooklyn.
Oakland Tribune "Warriors forward Draymond Green fired back at Charles Barkley again Saturday, this time after the Hall of Famer and current TNT analyst was critical of Green's size and toughness. Green caught wind of Barkley's comments about Green being small and not "tough enough" after Golden State lost to..." March 01
Steve Kerr said he'd like to rest Andrew Bogut on Sunday at Boston, but the team is waiting to hear if Festus Ezeli will be suspended.
NBA.com "Golden State Warriors center Festus Ezeli has been suspended one game without pay for initiating an altercation with Toronto Raptors forward-center Tyler Hansbrough by grabbing his throat, it was announced today by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations. " February 28
TMZ.com "Baron Davis is in talks to return to the NBA ... TMZ Sports has learned ... with sources telling us the 35-year-old has been in communication with multiple "playoff contenders." Davis -- a 2-time NBA All-Star -- hasn't played in the league since 2012 ... but we're told he's been keeping himself..." February 28
Andre Iguodala resting tonight
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said he talked to Stephen Curry and the team's athletic trainer. The foot is no longer a concern.
Steve Kerr says he will rest Andrew Bogut & Andre Iguodala during this next stretch, but not tonight
CSN Bay Area "10 days after wrapping up an All-Star Weekend that verified his status as a superstar, Stephen Curry on Wednesday will make another stop for those of exalted status. One day after the Warriors play the Wizards in Washington on Tuesday, Curry is going to the White House." February 25
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors got Stephen Curry back on Wednesday and he brought just enough mojo with him. Just enough. The Warriors subdued the Wizards 114-107 at Verizon Center in Washington despite being slightly outshot (53.2 percent to 50 percent) and thoroughly outrebounded (45-29) and mostly..." February 25
Indianapolis Star "Back in early January, Frank Vogel declared how much he liked how his Indiana Pacers were playing. He said this fresh from a defeat, after one of those games that littered the earlier part of the season: Indiana showed a keep-on-trucking temperament by "sharing the basketball, playing hard," as..." February 23
SI.com "Harrison Barnes was shocked when Kerr called him last May and said he wanted to meet him wherever he was. “That’s big, actually making the commitment to fly out and see guys,” says Barnes, who was in Miami at the time. “It would’ve been easy for him to fly and meet Steph and just call everybody..." February 23
Stephen Curry officially out due to sore right ankle.
NBA.com "The Golden State Warriors have signed forward James Michael McAdoo for the remainder of the season, the team announced today. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. McAdoo, 22, has appeared in four games with Golden State this season, averaging 3.5 points and 1.3 rebounds in 5.0..." February 20
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Sporting News "Last year, Michigan State prospect Adreian Payne (now with the Wolves) was discussing his former Spartan teammate, Draymond Green. Payne said he thought that the gregarious Green could run for mayor of just about any town, “and win by a landslide.” When told of that recently, Green laughed and..." February 19
Pro Basketball Talk "Stephen Curry is the best player on the league’s best team, and was the top overall vote-getter in the final All-Star balloting results. Despite that meteoric rise to an elite level of stardom, he’s not quite to the LeBron James level of global icon just yet. But speaking to reporters following..." February 17
ESPN.com "Jermaine O'Neal has called off his comeback plans for now, the veteran big man announced Monday on Instagram. The Dallas Mavericks, one of several teams to express interest in O'Neal, were optimistic that they would sign the 18-year veteran soon after the All-Star break. However, O'Neal..." February 17
Real GM Basketball "The Golden State Warriors will almost certainly find themselves paying the luxury tax next season unless they unload David Lee's $15 million salary. Ownership hasn't said a deal to trad away Lee has to be found before the deadline as they don't want to upset the team's current chemistry. " February 17
Detroit Bad Boys "Draymond Green, who is expected to be one of the most highly coveted free agents this summer, has "significant interest" in signing with the Detroit Pistons, according to Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski. The Pistons are expected to be quiet up to this year's NBA trade deadline, but all signs point..." February 17
SI.com "Splash. In a performance astounding yet highly unsurprising, Warriors star Stephen Curry got hot, stayed hot and took home the Three-Point Contest title with 27 points in the final round. Saturday was Curry's fourth appearance in the competition and his first title. "Just being in that..." February 15
ESPN.com "Two pairs of Stephen Curry's shoes that he was set to wear in Saturday night's All-Star competitions were stolen, an Under Armour spokesman confirmed to ESPN. The theft was reported in time so that backup pairs of shoes with the same design were on his feet Saturday night. The NBA told shoe..." February 15
New York Post "The Rising Stars Challenge may have had a new format this year, but the game didn’t look much different. Led by 22 points, six rebounds and four assists from MVP Andrew Wiggins, Team World wound up pulling out a 121-112 victory over Team USA at Barclays Center Friday night, in the first year..." February 15
SB Nation "NBA players have rejected a proposal that would "smooth" the projected windfall from the new television deal that the league signed last October, setting up a substantial increase of the salary cap in 2016, according to reports. Per Tim Bontemps of the New York Post, the salary cap is expected..." February 14
Sporting News "Stephen Curry plans to use his platform during NBA All-Star weekend to honor the life of Deah Shaddy Barakat. Barakat was one of three victims who were shot to death Feb. 10 near the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The other victims were his wife, Yusor Mohammad, and his wife's..." February 14
San Jose Mercury News "The Warriors went into the All-Star break with the best record in the NBA after notching a 94-91 win at Minnesota on Wednesday. To the victor go the spoils. Klay Thompson was named an All-Star starter by coach Steve Kerr, who by virtue of the Warriors leading the Western Conference had earned..." February 12
USA Today "The Steve Kerr stories will write themselves this weekend in New York, where the Golden State Warriors' first-year coach will oversee the Western Conference All-Star team at the NBA's annual midseason affair. Seven months ago, Kerr had a verbal agreement to join old pal Phil Jackson as the next..." February 12
Warriors will go with their usual starting lineup: Curry, Thompson, Barnes, Green and Bogut.
Pro Basketball Talk "Amar’e Stoudemire is in the final year of his deal with the Knicks, one that will pay him more than $23 million this season. Unless, of course, he were to agree to a buyout of his deal — something that Stoudemire will reportedly take the All-Star break to consider. Should that happen, plenty..." February 11
Draymond Green to KNBR on his ankle: "It's feeling great."
CSN Bay Area "No 40-point blowout for the Warriors. But they'll take the win, even if they can't be proud of their performance. After clobbering the 76ers by at least 40 points in their last two meetings, the Warriors were downright lackluster in slipping out of Philadelphia with an 89-84 victory Monday..." February 10
Draymond Green will not return with a sprained right ankle.
New York Post "Warriors assistant coach Luke Walton was prepared to join Derek Fisher’s Knicks coaching staff this past June until Steve Kerr made an interception. Kerr, who broke a verbal agreement to coach the Knicks, offered Walton the job as “third’’ assistant with the Warriors. Walton told Kerr he first..." February 06
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors assigned center Ognjen Kuzmic to the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced today. Kuzmic has appeared in 10 games (all starts) for Santa Cruz this season, compiling averages of 8.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, 2.20 blocks..." February 05
CSN Bay Area "With a national TV audience looking on Wednesday night, Stephen Curry lit up the Dallas Mavericks. Curry scored a season-high 51 points to lift the Warriors to a 128-114 win over the Mavericks before another sellout crowd at Oracle Arena. Curry shot 16-of-26 from the floor, including..." February 05
CSN Bay Area "With the Warriors facing four games in five nights, this victory went wonderfully, as if scripted by coach Steve Kerr and his staff. The Warriors took the court Tuesday at Sleep Train Arena hoping to win handily enough to save plenty of energy for the Dallas Mavericks, who visit Oracle Arena..." February 04
The Score "Given the Tim Donaghy scandal of 2007, it is perhaps surprising that the NBA is the professional sports league at the forefront of the push to legalize sports gambling in the United States. NBA commissioner Adam Silver - thought to be the most influential person in the business of sports - has..." February 04
Warriors announce they recalled Festus Ezeli from the D-League, and NBA announces Steve Kerr is the West Coach of the Month.
Yahoo! Sports "Every year, NBA fans and coaches select the players who will represent the Eastern and Western Conferences in the midseason All-Star Game, and every year, some deserving player finds himself on the outside looking in. This time around, after NBA Commissioner Adam Silver chose Sacramento Kings..." February 02
Pro Basketball Talk "The Warriors have $78,772,757 committed to David Lee, Andrew Bogut, Andre Iguodala, Stephen Curry, Shaun Livingston, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, Brandon Rush and Festus Ezeli next season. Even if they fill the rest of their roster with minimum-salary players, they’d eclipse the projected..." February 02
Inside the Warriors "The Warriors and forward James Michael McAdoo reached agreement on a second 10-day contract Monday, according to agent Jim Tanner. McAdoo averaged 37.5 points and 13 rebounds and shot 66 percent from the field in two games for Santa Cruz in his return to the team having completed his first..." February 02
SLC Dunk "Personally, I wanted to strangle Boler tonight. About three minutes left, he started talking like the Jazz had already won the game. I yelled. I screamed. I did a yell-scream. "This is the freaking Warriors! All they need is four straight 3's wrapped around three straight stops! How often do..." January 31
James Michael McAdoo to head back to Santa Cruz after 10-day contract, per source.
Covers.com "The Golden State Warriors recalled center Ognjen Kuzmic and assigned center Festus Ezeli to Santa Cruz of the NBA Development League on Wednesday. Kuzmic had 10 points and 13 rebounds in 28 minutes of Santa Cruz's 102-89 loss to Bakersfield on Tuesday night" January 29
Steve Kerr said Andrew Bogut went through practice today and is good to go vs. Utah. Festus Ezeli will get D-League minutes this weekend.
Larry Brown Sports "Klay Thompson may have set an NBA record last week by scoring 37 points in a quarter, but George Gervin does not feel that his record was broken. Gervin, along with Carmelo Anthony, was the previous record holder with 33 points scored in a quarter. The big difference is that Gervin accomplished..." January 29
CSN Chicago "Two days after a disappointing loss to the Miami Heat, the Bulls looked to rebound against the league-best Golden State Warriors at Oracle Arena. And that's just what they did, securing a thrilling overtime win thanks to a vintage Derrick Rose step-back jumper with seven seconds left that..." January 28
ESPN.com "The Golden State Warriors' backcourt duo of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson highlight a group of five players who plan to participate in next month's All-Star 3-point contest, Yahoo! Sports has reported. The Los Angeles Clippers' J.J. Redick confirmed that he will compete, and the report,..." January 27
Yahoo! Sports "The Golden State Warriors' backcourt of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson plan to participate in the NBA's three-point shooting contest during All-Star Weekend in New York, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Atlanta's Kyle Korver, Portland's Wesley Matthews, and the Los Angeles Clippers' J.J...." January 27