(Video) NBA: GSW Slip Past OKC For Game 5 Win


Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors held on to their slim lead until the final seconds of game 5 of the Western Conference Finals with a score of 120-111.

NBA: Stephen Curry: “The series isn’t over; This isn’t how we’re going to go out’


Stephen Curry is the MVP and Draymond Green is supposed to be the heart of the team, but they both fell way short as the Oklahoma City Thunder took a commanding 3-1 lead over the Golden State Warriors in the western conference finals.  Curry finished with 19 points on 20 shot attempts and Green finished with just 6 points on 1-of-7 shooting from the field.  Though many have said the Warriors are done, they are convinced they can become the third of 40 teams to come back from a 3-1 deficit in an NBA conference finals.

(Photos) NBA: Twitter Goes IN on Warriors as Thunder Take Commanding 3-1 Lead in WCF

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The major question was whether or not Draymond Green was going to play after a second kick to the groin of Steven Adams.  The league decided not to suspend Green and it was assumed the Golden State Warriors would now win and even the series up 2-2 with the Oklahoma City Thunder.  That however did not happen.  The Thunder came out ready to prove everybody wrong and won another blowout game 118-94, to take a commanding 3-1 lead over the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals.  It shocked everyone as people thought the NBA record holding, 73-9 Warriors would roll over the Thunder as they have before.  As you know, no one is exempt from social media ridicule, especially not the Warriors who were “supposed” to win.  So out came the crying Jordan memes and more.  Even little Riley Curry was not spared.

(Video/Photos) NBA: Stephen Curry Dove Into Stands, No One Caught Him & He Got Punched in the Face!

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The Golden State Warriors were looking more like their old selves on Wednesday night as they pummeled the Oklahoma City Thunder, winning game 2 by a large margin of 118-91.  Stephen Curry was in MVP form, knocking down 3’s and even diving into the stands after a loose ball in the first quarter.  Now Curry is supposed to be the most beloved player in the Bay but it didn’t look like it last night.

NBA: Warriors Pranked Luke Walton, Telling Him Lakers Lost Their Lottery Draft Pick


Luke Walton is still the assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors as they fight to become back-to-back NBA champions, but next season he will be the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, basically starting from scratch.  The Lakers needed to place in the top 3 of the draft lottery or their pick would go to the Phoenix Suns via the previous trade for Steve Nash.  The Warriors decided to play a prank on their coach before he flies the coop.

(Video) NBA: Stephen Curry Tells Blazers & Fans “I’m Back” While Going OFF in Overtime

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An ankle injury caused Stephen Curry to miss two games against the Rockets and a knee injury kept Curry out for four games; one against the Rockets and three against the Trail Blazers.  The back-to-back MVP returned for game 4 against the Blazers and showed why he deserved that honor.  He of course started off a little rusty, going 0-9 from 3 pt range and only 13 points in the 1st three quarters, but towards the end of the 4th quarter and in overtime, Curry went off.  He was 5-7 from three-point range and added 27 more points including 17 points in overtime, an NBA record.

(Video) NBA: Draymond Green on Trail Blazers: ‘Of course I think they’re done’

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The Portland Trail Blazers started off strong on Monday night and seemed to have a viable chance to even the series up.  But the Golden State Warriors were resilient and Stephen Curry returned to MVP mode in overtime, scoring an NBA record of 17 points as the Warriors won 132-125 in OT.  The Warriors will now go back to Oakland with a commanding 3-1 series lead and a chance to wrap it up on their own court.  Are the Blazers done?  Well Draymond Green seems to think so.

(Photos) NBA: LOL Twitter Creates Hilarious Memes Out of Warriors’ Fashion Photoshoot

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The Golden State Warriors did a fashion photoshoot for the San Francisco Chronicle showing off each player’s personal style.  As you would expect, Twitter went ham.  Hilarious memes were created depicting what kind of person each photo looked like.  I gathered a few of the best ones for your viewing pleasure.  This might be their first major L of the postseason.

NBA: Michael Jordan & Scottie Pippen Respond to the Warriors Breaking Bulls Record

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Draymond Green said Michael Jordan told him and the Golden State Warriors to break the 96′ Chicago Bulls 72-10 record.  On Wednesday night they did it; after beating the Memphis Grizzlies 125-104, the Warriors finished at 73-9, the new record.  Following the game, Jordan and Scottie Pippen, former members of the Bulls, had words for the Warriors.

(Videos) NBA: Warriors Break 96′ Bulls Record & Finish Season at 73-9

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The Golden State Warriors began the season with a 24-game win streak before they suffered their first loss.  It became clear that this season they were even better than the last and last season they won the NBA Finals championship.  As the wins piled on, everyone began to wonder if they could beat the best team in history, the 96′ Bulls who finished with 72-10 season.  On Wednesday night, they accomplished that feat.

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