Klay Thompson Headlines

  • Warriors’ Lacob on Durant, Green: ‘We’re not choosing anybody over anybody’

    Joe Lacob has a message for Warriors fans. "I've read and heard all the things people are talking about. That we're choosing one person over another. We're not choosing anybody over anybody." The Warriors owner, of course, was referring to the one-game suspension of Draymond Green, following an ugly confrontation with Kevin Durant last week. Insults were hurled. Feelings hurt. And when the dust cleared, it was Green who sat out a game, without pay, costing him about $120,000. The star forward is...

  • Draymond Green Out vs. Mavs Due to Toe Injury; Steve Kerr Unsure About Return

    Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green will miss an indefinite period of time starting with Saturday's game against the Dallas Mavericks because of a toe injury. "We decided to give him some time off...

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  • The case for Kevin Durant to join the Lakers

    Are the Lakers the only alternative to Golden State that really makes sense for Kevin Durant? The Open Floor podcast discusses.

  • Golden State Warriors auctioning off 6 game jerseys worn by Durant, Curry for Camp Fire fundraiser

    Game jerseys worn and autographed by Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green, Shaun Livingston and Klay Thompson are currently up for bidding at the NBA's auction site.

  • Warriors get routed by Rockets as issues between Durant and Green linger

    HOUSTON — It is impossible to gauge just how much Kevin Durant’s problems with Draymond Green spilled into Golden State’s play Thursday night against the Rockets, but this much was certain: All is not right with the Warriors. In Houston for the first time since they escaped with a Game 7 win in the Western Conference Finals, Golden State failed to bring the energy the matchup demanded, slogging to a 107-86 loss at Toyota Center. In the wake of their third defeat in five games, the Warriors are...

  • Draymond Green Says Kevin Durant Feud Helped Team, 'Made Us Stronger'

    Draymond Green says his heated argument with Kevin Durant -- one in which he repeatedly called K.D. a "b*tch" -- is only gonna make the Warriors better ... saying, "Good luck with us now!" ICYMI ... the Golden State stars got into it at the end of…

  • Green: Tiff with Durant could galvanize Warriors

    Draymond Green, saying "I am never going to change who I am" in regard to his emotions, believes his spat with Kevin Durant will only strengthen the Warriors.

  • Where Will Kevin Durant and the Warriors Go From Here?

    The Kevin Durant-Draymond Green feud has become a real concern in Golden State. So where does that leave us? The Crossover breaks down five likely outcomes for the Warriors.

  • Warriors' top challenge may be their own locker room

    The dustup between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green might or might not have a negative effect on Golden State's quest for a three-peat. But there's no question how Monday night's incident will affect our interest in another title run by the NBA champs: We're going to need more popcorn. Nothing ...

  • With Draymond Green suspended, Warriors still prevail over Hawks

    The Warriors did the expected Tuesday night, pulling away in the second half for a 110-103 win over the Hawks at Oracle Arena. What wasn’t so anticipated, however, was that Draymond Green wasn’t there to enjoy it. A day after he got into a heated on-court exchange with Kevin Durant, Green was suspended for one game for what Golden State called conduct detrimental to the team. Without Green and Stephen Curry (strained left groin), the Warriors overcame a three-point halftime deficit, riding...

  • Warriors suspend fiery Draymond Green 1 game for conduct

    Warriors All-Star forward Draymond Green was suspended one game without pay by Golden State on Tuesday for conduct detrimental to the team. The Warriors made the announcement about four hours before they were set to host Atlanta, and said Green would serve the suspension against the Hawks. ...

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  • Warriors can’t capitalize on Klay Thompson’s late outburst in OT loss to Clippers

    LOS ANGELES - Klay Thompson adheres to a strict code: Regardless of how many shots he has missed, he'll continue to hoist jumpers. Slumps can last only so long for one of the greatest shooters in NBA history, right? After struggling much of the night Monday, Thompson unleashed one of his signature scoring binges, scoring 13 points in the fourth quarter to finish with 31 and lift the Warriors into an unexpected overtime. But with Stephen Curry sidelined by a strained left groin and Kevin Durant...

  • Durant's double-double lifts Warriors past Nets 116-100

    Quinn Cook did an admirable job late last season for Golden State when Stephen Curry was hobbled by knee and ankle injuries. With the two-time NBA MVP sidelined again, Cook is ready to do it again. Kevin Durant showed with his passing that he can do a pretty good imitation of Curry, too. ...

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  • Without Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, Warriors cruise to win over Nets

    While showing his team video Friday afternoon of its blowout loss to Milwaukee, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr explained that he had no problem with the occasional off night. It only becomes an issue, Kerr told his players, if they let that dud linger into their next performance. In its 116-100 rout of the Nets Saturday night at Oracle Arena, Golden State exorcised the memory of its recent pummeling by the Bucks. With Stephen Curry (strained groin), Draymond Green (sprained right foot and toe)...

  • Could Klay Thompson Ever Part Ways with the Warriors?

    Klay Thompson and the Warriors are synonymous. But with his free agency on the horizon, the Open Floor podcast considers how Thompson might fit in another town.

  • Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bucks Beat Warriors After Stephen Curry Injury

    The Milwaukee Bucks snapped the Golden State Warriors ' eight-game winning streak with a 134-111 blowout victory on Thursday night at Oracle Arena...

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  • Threeforall: Bucks become latest team to set a 3-point mark

    The best 3-point shooter who ever lived, at least in terms of volume, is Ray Allen. Boston used to have him. Milwaukee used to have him. And he doesn't figure into either franchise's greatest single-game 3-point barrage. With NBA records being set from 3-point range this season...

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  • Warriors GM on DeMarcus Cousins: If He Wants to Come Back, Let's Bring Him Back

    Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr recently made headlines by saying offseason signing DeMarcus Cousins would be one-and-done in the Bay Area because of financial constraints, but general manager Bob Myers isn't ruling anything out...

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  • Draymond Green's Best Chance at DPOY Is to Get Warriors Defense Back to Elite

    Draymond Green is one of the best defenders in the NBA , but if he wants the Defensive Player of the Year Award the way he expressed after Wednesday's game against the New Orleans Pelicans, he better get his team to ramp up its defensive intensity...

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  • Curry, Durant lead the way in Warriors' 7th straight win

    Draymond Green is playing the best coach Steve Kerr has ever seen, doing all the little things on both ends to spark his team. Stephen Curry's shot is on from everywhere, while Kevin Durant is his usual efficient, dominant self. The two-time defending NBA champions know they can be even...

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  • Klay Thompson Just Gets It

    Basketball is his job, but chilling and enjoying being alive is his passion. Alex Siquig on the Warriors' most relatable superstar.

  • Should the Warriors chase 74 wins this year?

    The Warriors are having more fun and playing a lot like the 73-win team from 2015-16. The Open Floor podcast offers their thoughts on Golden State's tremendous start and answer if they should chase the NBA regular season wins record.

  • Draymond Green sets the tone in Warriors’ win over Pelicans

    A basketball savant, Draymond Green can anticipate plays before they unfold, name almost every NBA player's weaknesses and detail all five positions' responsibilities at any given moment. The problem: Because Green's on-court IQ is unmatched, he sometimes gets bored when not challenged. In the Warriors' 131-121 win Wednesday night over the Pelicans at Oracle Arena, Green was plenty occupied, which is usually good news for Golden State. With Green giving him little room to operate, New Orleans...

  • Stephen Curry shares his favorite story about Riley

    In an interview with The Players' Tribune, Stephen Curry and soccer phenom Neymar discussed their lives in the sports site's series, "The Crossover." The conversation inevitably landed on their respective families, when both stars revealed their favorite stories about their children.