Stephen Curry Headlines

  • Warriors Hope to Re-Sign Klay Thompson, Draymond Green Before Contracts Expire

    The Golden State Warriors ' dynasty faces a crucial period, as Kevin Durant , Klay Thompson and Draymond Green could all hit free agency over the next two years. However, the team is hoping that the stars never reach the open market...

    Bleacher Report
  • Basketball season is here: Here are the 10 best NBA players, according to the 'NBA 2K19' video game

    The NBA regular season is tipping off October 16th — that's tonight — and fans will get to see their favorite teams lineup with their 2018-19 roster for the first time. But fans of the "NBA 2K19" have already been enjoying the new rosters since last month, in video game form. "NBA 2K" is the world's most meticulously-crafted basketball simulation and a new season means new ratings for more than 350 NBA players. Basketball fans and players alike have always had a strong response to the 2K...

    Business Insider
  • Obama Foundation new donors: Neil Bluhm, Steph Curry

    Obama Foundation fundraising for the third quarter was marked by no significant corporate contributions, a departure from prior quarters.

    Chicago Sun-Times
  • 'Something else going on': Warriors reportedly worried about Patrick McCaw

    The Patrick McCaw offseason saga took another strange turn over the weekend when several players came forward anonymously to express concern about their former teammate.

    SFGate
  • Predicting NBA Stat Leaders for Every Major Category This Season

    We're still going to play out the 2018-19 NBA season. Don't worry. But thanks to our handy-dandy crystal ball, we already know who's going to emerge victoriously in each of the major statistical categories...

    Bleacher Report
  • 12 things you might not have known about DeMarcus Cousins

    DeMarcus "Boogie" Cousins surprised just about everybody when he chose to sign a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors this offseason.

    SFGate
  • Kevin Durant trolls Stephen Curry over Carolina Panthers loss to Washington

    Golden State Warrior Kevin Durant had his moment of triumph over teammate Stephen Curry Sunday, trolling the point guard over their hometown football team rivalry - and wasting no time to roast Curry on social media.

    SFGate
  • Kevin Durant Taunts Stephen Curry, Throws His Shoe After Redskins Beat Panthers

    Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant was ruthless when it came to celebrating the Washington Redskins' 23-17 win over the Carolina Panthers Sunday...

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  • Report: Stephen Curry Avoids Suspension for Stepping on Court During Dead Ball

    Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will not be suspended for stepping onto the court during a heated exchange between Quinn Cook and Lance Stephenson during Friday's preseason game against the Los Angeles Lakers ...

    Bleacher Report
  • Warriors are ‘leaving the building, not the community’

    It is the NBA’s oldest arena, in many ways a relic from some other time. As the modern-day landscape trends toward aesthetics and downtown locations, Oracle Arena is bordered by a freeway, expansive parking lots and the concrete-dull Oakland Coliseum, with the grim spectacle of graffiti-laden industrial structures in the distance. And it is paradise. The world’s greatest basketball is played here. With the 2018-19 season at hand, the Warriors are more than clear-cut favorites to win that third...

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  • Warriors have always had a deep connection with their Oakland fans

    The Warriors have taken great pride in reaching out to the community over the years. One afternoon in 1978, at Marine World/Africa USA in Redwood City, you could take that literally. A long reach was needed when one of the park’s show dolphins, by the name of Dr. Spock, swallowed a large metal bolt that had fallen off a pipe. The park’s on-hand veterinarian tried putting his hand down the dolphin’s throat, but no luck, and there were fears that some type of surgery would be required. In a stroke...

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  • Warriors implement their blueprint for success

    It was earth-shattering news when Joe Lacob and Peter Guber purchased the Warriors from Chris Cohan in July 2010. People were shocked to learn that Lacob’s group had outfoxed someone who usually gets his way, Oracle chief executive Larry Ellison. But it was more than that. How could this long-downtrodden franchise be worth $450 million, at that time the most ever spent for a North American sports franchise? No set of research data could justify such an expense — unless you included the Warriors’...

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  • Donald Trump’s Absentee Presidency

    The New York billionaire seems unable to comfort the nation in times of tragedy or celebrate its moments of triumph.

    The Atlantic
  • Warriors hope to land five stars on Team USA

    USA Basketball managing director Jerry Colangelo said that five Warriors players -- Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, DeMarcus Cousins and Klay Thompson -- have made known their interest in playing for Team USA.

    ESPN.com
  • Draymond Green Discusses Drinking with Stephen Curry to Help Break out of Slumps

    When Stephen Curry goes into a slump, all he has to do to correct things is call Draymond Green to go drinking...

    Bleacher Report
  • No surprise, the West title still runs through the Warriors

    Golden State coach Steve Kerr is a happy man these days. He's got a new contract. He's got his son Nick, who was helping out in San Antonio, working in the Warriors' video room now. He's leading a team that has won three of the last four NBA championships and is the overwhelming favorite to...

    ABC News
  • The Death of Bully Ball and the Rebirth of Steph Curry

    Stephen Curry is about to run wild. That's not something you'd expect from a 30-year-old with nothing left to prove, particularly one who is embarking on what should be a fifth consecutive run to the Finals...

    Bleacher Report
  • In first game against LeBron James’ Lakers, Warriors look the part of rivals

    LAS VEGAS — After fouling out midway through the third quarter Wednesday night, Kevin Durant pulled on his Warriors warm-up and sat along the baseline. It was there that the Lakers could best hear his heckling. In a no-stakes game, Durant seemingly had just as much emotion as he would in the playoffs. It was further evidence that, though players might refute the notion that Warriors-Lakers is a budding rivalry, this meeting has a bit more juice than a typical matchup. With less than a week...

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