The Golden State Warriors will be heading into the NBA Finals undermanned, as All-Star forward Kevin Durant and big man DeMarcus Cousins aren’t expected to return for the series opener. However, head coach Steve Kerr is already prepared for all the...
by: ANDREW GREIF Los Angeles Times (TNS) — Wisconsin State Journal 20h
Golden State's bench has averaged 14.7 points and 24.6 minutes a game while outscoring opponents by 2.2 points per 100 possessions in the postseason, but in the five games since
by: Omar Guerrero — Clutchpoints 24 May
The New Orleans Pelicans were the biggest winners of the 2019 NBA Draft Lottery when they surprisingly won the first pick despite only having a six percent chance. Pelicans General Manager David Griffin is expected to select Zion Williamson from...
by: Kerith Burke — NBC Sports Bay Area 24 May
Kerith Burke takes you inside the defending NBA champs as she answers your questions. This week, fans wanted to know how media attention will affect Kevin Durant's decision, among other things,
by: Frank Urbina — USA Today: Hoops Hype 24 May
HoopsHype provides the full list of players eligible for rookie-scale extensions this summer, and discusses the most interesting cases.
by: Rusty Simmons — San Francisco Chronicle 23 May
Center DeMarcus Cousins remarkably returned to Warriors practice Thursday, just 5 1/2 weeks after tearing his left quadriceps, and might be able to play in the NBA Finals.
How I ended up in the Golden State Warriors’ pregame huddle at Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference finals - oregonlive.com
by: Geoffrey C. Arnold | email@example.com — Oregon Live 23 May
A story of how I unknowingly joined the two-time defending NBA champions' huddle as Kevin Durant's substitute.
by: Nathan Beighle — Fansided: Blue Man Hoop 23 May
Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob is reportedly confident that he can bring back both Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson this offseason. It'll be difficult...
by: Mark Medina, The Mercury News — The Journal Times 23 May
Just like they did in the 2016 offseason, the Warriors are about to welcome a star to a team that had won plenty without him. This time, the Warriors are
by: Mark Medina, The Mercury News — Wisconsin State Journal 23 May
The Warriors plan to reevaluate Kevin Durant on Thursday.
by: MARK MEDINA The Mercury News — Sun Herald 23 May
Just like they did in the 2016 offseason, the Warriors are about to welcome a star to a team that had won plenty without him. This time, the Warriors are not making a free-agency pitch to Kevin Durant during their visit to the Hamptons. Instead, the...
by: ANDREW GREIF Los Angeles Times — Sun Herald 23 May
Without even playing, the Golden State Warriors won again Tuesday.
by: Rob Mahoney May 22, 2019 — Sports Illustrated 22 May
Steve Kerr has leaned on his bench more than usual with Kevin Durant, DeMarcus Cousins and Andre Iguodala fighting injury. With the NBA Finals approaching, the Warriors are living by their strength in numbers moniker.