Despite the Warriors' upbeat words and Chris Paul's injury, the Rockets could win this one.
by: Anthony Slater — The Athletic 1h
The Warriors' search for better offensive balance and flow all starts with getting reconnected with Kevin Durant.
by: Larry Brown — Larry Brown Sports 2h
Draymond Green is expressing confidence in his Golden State Warriors ahead of Saturday's Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals. The Warriors lost Game 5 of their series with the Houston Rockets on Thursday, putting them down 3-2 in the series and...
by: NBC Sports BayArea — Yahoo Sports 2h
The Western Conference Finals, with the Warriors one loss away from elimination, completely changes with Chris Paul out for at least Game 6.
by: STATS — Fox Sports 2h
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Houston Rockets will attempt to close out the defending champion Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the Western Conference finals on Saturday night, but will have to go about it without star point guard Chris Paul.
by: Monte Poole — CSN Bay Area 3h
In the long road to the NBA Finals, injuries can play a big role. The Warriors felt it in two straight losses and now it has reversed over to the Rockets.
by: Mark Medina — Mercury News 4h
The Warriors cited various improvements they showed in a Game 5 loss to Houston.
by: Connor Letourneau — SF Gate 4h
HOUSTON - To ensure his team is well-rested for Game 6 of the Western Conference finals Saturday night, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr gave his players Friday off. Their instructions were simple: Do anything that makes you happy, whether that be golfing,.
by: William Lou — The Score 6h
The Golden State Warriors are facing elimination for the first time since 2016, but Draymond Green isn't afraid of the Houston Rockets.Green parroted the same party line as Warriors head coach Steve Kerr, who proclaimed that he felt great despite choking.
Rockets vs. Warriors: Without Chris Paul, James Harden must flip his playoff narrative with a great Game 6 - CBSSports.com
by: Reid Forgrave — CBS Sports 6h
Harden has been notorious for disappearing in big games, but he has the chance in Game 6 to change that reputation
by: Dan Feldman — NBC Sports: Pro Basketball Talk 6h
Plenty of conflicting indicators out there
by: email@example.com (Chelsea Howard) — Sporting News 9h
Andre Iguodala missed Game 4 and 5 to a left leg contusion, but is questionable for Game 6 on Saturday.
by: Sean Keeley — The Comeback 9h
The 2018 NBA Playoffs have been a strange one as, despite a run where it seemed like every game was a blowout, ratings have been shooting up steadily. Perhaps it’s due to that sense of inevitability that Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors seemed...