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The Warriors begin inaugural season Chase Center with matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers.

OPENING NIGHT AT CHASE CENTER
The Dubs officially tip off their inaugural season at their new home at Chase Center Thursday night against the Los Angeles Clippers. This will be the first of four matchups between the two teams this season after the Warriors took the season series last year 3-1, and 4-2 in the first round playoff series between the two teams. (Pacific), but fans are encouraged to arrive early! There will be pregame fun for fans throughout Chase Center and Thrive City, topped-off by a pregame ceremony beginning at 7:15 p.m. Plus, all fans in attendance will receive a Warriors Opening Night T-Shirt, courtesy of Chase.

The Dallas Mavericks acquired center Willie Cauley-Stein from the Golden State Warriors on Saturday in exchange for a second-round pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.

Cauley-Stein, 26, provides the Mavericks size to replace Dwight Powell, who sustained a ruptured right Achilles tendon during Tuesday’s 110-107 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. Powell is out for the remainder of the season.

The second-round pick the Warriors received from Dallas was originally owned by the Utah Jazz.

Cauley-Stein signed a two-year deal with the Warriors in the offseason after spending his first four campaigns with the Sacramento Kings.

A trade is in the works that will send Golden State Warriors 7-foot center Willie Cauley-Stein to the Dallas Mavericks, ESPN reported Friday.

Citing league sources, ESPN reported the Warriors will receive a 2020 second-round draft pick.

The Mavericks need a backup big man after losing Dwight Powell, who ruptured his right Achilles tendon during Tuesday night’s 110-107 home loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. Powell is out for the rest of the season.

Cauley-Stein has averaged 7.9 points and 6.2 rebounds over 41 games in his first season with the Warriors. Dallas on Friday also sent forward Isaiah Roby to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Justin Patton.

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Can the Clippers make it a series? Or will the Warriors continue to run through the Western Conference en-route to another Finals appearance.

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The Clippers won the first meeting this season between these two teams, no one remembers the overtime thriller for the result.

Golden State Warriors will host Los Angeles Clippers in the Week 1, Thursday night game on October 24.

Many fans may have changed the channel in the third quarter of the Los Angeles Clippers game against Golden State Warriors last night, but they’d have missed out on one of the greatest comebacks in NBA history as the Warriors watched a 31-point gap evaporate, eventually losing the game 135-131.

Putting on an impressive display in defence along with 36 points courtesy of shooting guard Lou Williams, the Clippers’ recovery beats the 29-point margin the Los Angeles Lakers overhauled against the Seattle Supersonics in 1989.

It means the Western Conference is now tied at a game a piece.

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After having a stranglehold on the NBA for the past five years, it seems as though the Golden State Warriors have finally fallen back down to earth. The combination of Kevin Durant leaving for Brooklyn and Klay Thompson out for at least most of the upcoming season with a torn ACL left general manager Bob Myers scrambling for answers so that his team could remain competitive, and what he did certainly shocked the rest of the league. Myers was determined to not lose KD for nothing, so once he heard the news that he wasn’t coming back he started contacting Brooklyn to conduct a sign-and-trade. The two sides ended up finalizing a deal that sent Durant and a future first round pick to Brooklyn for the rights to all-star point guard D’Angelo Russell.

Russell’s fit in Golden State will be tricky to figure out.

Oh how a few injuries change everything.

After losing Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson during last year’s playoffs, the Golden State Warriors became solely dependant on Steph Curry in the NBA Finals. They made it through Game 5 but failed at their final game at Oracle Arena in Game 6 of the Finals. This offseason, blockbuster moves were made as Kevin Durant departed for the Brooklyn Nets to team up with Kyrie Irving while D’Angelo Russell was added in a sign-and-trade.

The 2020 Warriors will look significantly different than those of last season, or even the past few years. They’re no longer the powerhouse and superteam of the past and with Thompson’s injury, they aren’t anywhere close to the same fear. While Steph Curry is a dangerous weapon, D’Angelo Russell is coming off a career year that some may doubt he can repeat.

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Duds and studs.

Golden State Warriors: The drastic fall of an all-time great dynasty

Kevin Durant was never supposed to be on the Golden State Warriors.

It was an accident: A one-time-only salary-cap spike left a 73-win team with enough space to add perhaps the world’s second-best player. It had never seen a Big 4 like this.

All four stars were still younger than 30 after they won their first title, obliterating the league across a 15-1 postseason. The Warriors looked poised to be the greatest dynasty since Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls.

Only two years and one championship after that 2017 crown, that team is gone. Durant plays for the Brooklyn Nets, which is a thing you have to say out loud a few times before you believe it.

He is recovering from a devastating injury; Klay Thompson is too.

Andre Iguodala plays for the Memphis Grizzlies.

Maybe it is just this hard to sustain greatness.

To say that the Golden State Warriors — once seen as the NBA’s juggernaut after winning five straight Western Conference titles and three championships in a four-year span — have struggled to start the season would be a bit of an understatement. Head coach Steve Kerr lost star Kevin Durant in free agency, while two-time league MVP Steph Curry and five-time NBA All-Star Klay Thompson are both sidelined to recover from serious injuries.

The Golden State Warriors, who lit the NBA for half a decade, have won just one game this season — against the Zion-less New Orleans Pelicans, who earned their first win Thursday night.

In four games, the Warriors have been outscored by a total of 47 points.

To add injury to insult, Stephen Curry broke his hand against the Suns Wednesday night.

Going into the season, most people, including myself, thought the Dubs’ collective institutional knowledge — powered by a lighter, freer Curry and Draymond Green — would sneak them into the playoffs. In hindsight, it all seems so obvious.

With no release valve for five years, the Warriors weren’t primed to simmer down slowly. Not because it’s deserved or because the universe must achieve symmetry.

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For nearly half a decade, the Golden State Warriors dominated basketball. This powerhouse franchise swiftly knocked off every opponent in their way, reaching five consecutive NBA Finals and only being defeated twice.

En route to their three championships, the Warriors shattered numerous records.

The Golden State Warriors got the wind knocked out of them in the NBA Finals, a deflation that hurt doubly because they could hardly catch their breath before hitting a foundation-shaking free-agency session.

The Warriors have a dizzying array of options—more than any 73-win conference champion should, by rights.

They’ll devote all of their resources to pursuing one that would leave the rest of the NBA breathless: signing Kevin Durant.

The cleanest way to connect on this big swing involves the Warriors renouncing all eight of their current free agents, including Harrison Barnes and Festus Ezeli.

With the Warriors moving from Oracle Arena, the Warriors star pays tribute

OAKLAND, Calif. — Standing on Ninth Street in historic Old Oakland, former Golden State Warriors security guard Ralph Walker looked confused after being handed a black Under Armour shoebox that read “Oakland” on the top and “47” on the side.

Walker was the main team security guard for Stephen Curry. He was on the floor with Curry at all times and traveled the world with the two-time NBA MVP to ensure he was always protected. He retired following the Warriors’ 2018 NBA championship after 12 years with the team.

Holding the shoebox, Walker pulled out a handwritten and signed letter from Curry:

“It’s been my pleasure to represent the town the last 10 years.

Through the ups and downs, the city always had my back.

The energy was electric night after night.

Kevin Durant will likely miss the 2019-20 season after rupturing his Achilles’ tendon in The Finals three weeks ago.

NEW YORK (AP) — Kevin Durant is headed to the Brooklyn Nets, leaving the Golden State Warriors after three seasons.

His decision was announced Sunday at the start of the NBA free agency period on the Instagram page for The Boardroom, an online series looking at sports business produced by Durant and business partner Rich Kleiman.

Durant won titles with Golden State in 2017 and ’18 then was injured for much of the postseason this year as the team lost the NBA Finals in six games to the Toronto Raptors.

A ruptured right Achilles tendon could keep him out the entire next season, and whenever he returns it will be in the Brooklyn black.

And he’ll be joined by Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan, his 2016 U.S.

Golden State’s chances of reaching a sixth-straight NBA finals already appear slim.

But they still have a solid core – and a chance to rebuild their roster

It took six games for the Warriors’ story to change. In a 288-minute blur, they plummeted from the top of the league to its cellar, a cruel fate for a team widely considered to be one of the best to ever play in the NBA.

The onslaught began at this year’s NBA finals, when the Warriors lost Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson to injuries in back-to-back games, destroying their championship hopes and leaving the next season dangling on the already tenuous fibers of Stephen Curry’s battered extremities.

The latest blow came on Wednesday evening.

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Tanking or not, the Golden State Warriors had no business losing to the Minnesota Timberwolves last night. They took control of the game in the third quarter, and led for a majority of the second half. A D’Angelo Russell jumper with a little over two minutes remaining put the Warriors up by six points.

LOS ANGELES — For the first time this season Friday, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson shared a road bench.

Both dressed in black blazers, they cheered and danced much of the night, reveling in one of the young Warriors’ best performances of the season. But when the fourth quarter arrived and Golden State’s inexperience began to show, Curry and Thompson seldom got up from their seats as the Warriors endured a 109-100 loss to the Clippers at Staples Center.

In fumbling away a 10-point, second-half lead, Golden State had slipped back into bad habits, giving up open driving lanes as it failed to communicate. During little more than a three-minute span to open the fourth, the Warriors surrendered a 14-3 run to fall behind by two.

Golden State tried to atone for its mistakes, but that was a tall task in a hostile environment against an NBA title contender.

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The top-seeded Warriors began the postseason as overwhelming favorites to beat the Los Angeles Clippers and cruise to the NBA Finals yet again, but the three-time champions may be in trouble after surrendering a 31-point lead on Monday to lose Game 2.

The Warriors dominated the Clippers at home in the first half, but bench scorer Lou Williams and big man Montrezl Harrell led Los Angeles to a record comeback. The Warriors preparing for the rest of the series without DeMarcus Cousins, who suffered a leg injury in the first quarter and is expected to be out.

The record was previously held by the Los Angeles Lakers, who trailed the Seattle Supersonics by 29 points in the first half but came back to win in 1989.

Like most hot startups, the NBA team ran hot, sold out, and then crapped the bed.

For the last half-decade, the Golden State Warriors have been nearly unstoppable. Their lethal core players, dynamic sweet-shooting guard Steph Curry, do-it-all utility man Draymond Green, and dead-eyed shooting wing Klay Thompson went to five straight NBA Finals, won an NBA Record 73 regular season games, and transformed the Warriors’ organization from one that was an NBA laughingstock, a cult product with the weird, lumpen rosters to match, to an organization that could convince all-world scorer Kevin Durant to join the team in free agency and make them fundamentally unbeatable at full strength.

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Seeking inroads in the state, billionaire Tom Steyer is paying black vendors, hiring black staff members and appearing in rural outposts, lavishing money and attention.

Basketball icon Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash on Sunday in Calabasas, California. Bryant was with eight others in his private helicopter, a Sikorsky S-76B, a model with a strong safety record and a reputation for serving as a reliable VIP and corporate transport. Bryant’s use of the helicopter to avoid traffic between his Orange County home and Los Angeles was famous, with Bryant offering the helicopter to help teammates get to doctors’ appointments.

The leading three Democratic U.S. senators running for president barnstormed across Iowa this weekend, seeking to maximize a frenzied 36 hours before returning to Washington to resume duties as jurors in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.

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Three losses in a row and four in their last six certainly qualifies as one.

The Golden State Warriors are going through their roughest patch of the dynasty era, thanks to a hellish week that saw Draymond Green and Kevin Durant fight in the locker room and a whole lot of losing on the court. For the first time in the Steve Kerr era, the Warriors have lost four of their last six games.

Three losses in a row and four in their last six certainly qualifies as one.

The Golden State Warriors are going through their roughest patch of the dynasty era, thanks to a hellish week that saw Draymond Green and Kevin Durant fight in the locker room and a whole lot of losing on the court. For the first time in the Steve Kerr era, the Warriors have lost four of their last six games. That includes defeats to the Mavericks and Clippers, and a close escape win over the lowly Hawks.

After the team’s third consecutive loss, a 104-92 loss to the Spurs on Sunday, coach Steve Kerr spoke about his team’s rut.

After an easy win against Memphis Grizzlies yesterday, Warriors were once again buried nearly 50 points away against the Dallas Mavericks today.

Luka Doncic is the name that made the army of coach Steve Kerr hated today. The Slovenian player gave himself 33 points in the first phase of the match, thereby burying the visitors “Golden Gate Bridge” at the home of American Airlines with the score 142 – 94 in the NBA series regular season 2019-20 awards.

Luka earned himself the earliest triple-double record in NBA history when in just 26 minutes on the pitch, he gave himself 35 points, 11 assits, and 10 rebounds. In particular, to mention 22 points, 5 assists, and 5 rebounds in the first half only.

Golden State Warriors just got their victory over Memphis Grizzlies yesterday, to end their 7-game losing streak.

After an easy win against Memphis Grizzlies yesterday, Warriors were once again buried nearly 50 points away against the Dallas Mavericks today.

Luka Doncic is the name that made the army of coach Steve Kerr hated today. The Slovenian player gave himself 33 points in the first phase of the match, thereby burying the visitors “Golden Gate Bridge” at the home of American Airlines with the score 142 – 94 in the NBA series regular season 2019-20 awards.

Luka earned himself the earliest triple-double record in NBA history when in just 26 minutes on the pitch, he gave himself 35 points, 11 assits, and 10 rebounds. In particular, to mention 22 points, 5 assists, and 5 rebounds in the first half only.

Golden State Warriors just got their victory over Memphis Grizzlies yesterday, to end their 7-game losing streak.

If the Warriors intend to win another title this season, and carry on their magnificence through the opening of San Francisco’s Chase Center next year, they’re going to need harmony between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant. In the wake of Green’s one-game suspension, announced Tuesday, it’s going to be a challenge for everyone to make that happen.

At first, it was believed that Monday night’s squabble in Los Angeles — Green and Durant in volatile arguments both during and after the game — was “just one of those things” in the NBA, the type of internal friction that occurs on every team. Head coach Steve Kerr and general manager Bob Myers made the stunning decision to punish Green, effectively siding with Durant.

It’s the last thing they’d ever want to do.

If the Warriors intend to win another title this season, and carry on their magnificence through the opening of San Francisco’s Chase Center next year, they’re going to need harmony between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant. In the wake of Green’s one-game suspension, announced Tuesday, it’s going to be a challenge for everyone to make that happen.

At first, it was believed that Monday night’s squabble in Los Angeles — Green and Durant in volatile arguments both during and after the game — was “just one of those things” in the NBA, the type of internal friction that occurs on every team. Head coach Steve Kerr and general manager Bob Myers made the stunning decision to punish Green, effectively siding with Durant.

It’s the last thing they’d ever want to do.

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Their backs truly against the wall, Golden State is officially out of time to figure things out.

With 53 seconds remaining, Chris Paul crumpled to the floor, his right leg awkwardly held akimbo.

Down just one point, with time ticking down on the game, Quinn Cook capitalized on Paul’s inability to make it back on defense, but missed as Paul looked on while clutching his hamstring.

Their backs truly against the wall, Golden State is officially out of time to figure things out.

With 53 seconds remaining, Chris Paul crumpled to the floor, his right leg awkwardly held akimbo.

Down just one point, with time ticking down on the game, Quinn Cook capitalized on Paul’s inability to make it back on defense, but missed as Paul looked on while clutching his hamstring.

It was the story of game five of the Western Conference Finals, unfolding in an allegory for the entire series. The Houston Rockets give the Golden State Warriors very little room for error, and if the Warriors can’t take advantage of the sliver of hope, it’s disastrous. The falling of Paul widened this sliver of hope, into a wide open door — how both teams handle this change will be a defining feature of their respective seasons.

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What happened to Jordan Poole on Sunday in New Orleans was some of the cruelest fate basketball gods could have laid on a 20-year-old drafted in the first round mostly because of their ability to shoot.

The rookie missed every shot he took. All seven attempts from the field and, in a moment of peak torture, his only free throw.

The first 14 games of Poole’s NBA journey ended with one in which he failed to score a single point in 23 minutes of activity.

Had he made any three or four of those shots, the Warriors likely would have experienced their third victory of the season. Instead, they ended up 108-100 losers to the Pelicans, who for a variety of reasons were about as vulnerable as any team can be.

That loss, like the other 11, can’t be blamed on a single player.

What happened to Jordan Poole on Sunday in New Orleans was some of the cruelest fate basketball gods could have laid on a 20-year-old drafted in the first round mostly because of their ability to shoot.

The rookie missed every shot he took. All seven attempts from the field and, in a moment of peak torture, his only free throw.

The first 14 games of Poole’s NBA journey ended with one in which he failed to score a single point in 23 minutes of activity.

Had he made any three or four of those shots, the Warriors likely would have experienced their third victory of the season. Instead, they ended up 108-100 losers to the Pelicans, who for a variety of reasons were about as vulnerable as any team can be.

That loss, like the other 11, can’t be blamed on a single player.

As the Golden State Warriors’ last, best hope for avoiding a lost season crashed to the court hands first, the defending Western Conference champions suddenly found themselves reckoning with a dismal present and a potentially tumultuous future.

Two-time NBA MVP point guard Stephen Curry broke his left hand Wednesday when he attacked the basket, collided with Phoenix Suns center Aron Baynes and tried to brace for impact as he tumbled to the court. While it is not yet known whether Curry will need surgery or how long he will be sidelined, recovering from a broken hand is typically a matter of months rather than weeks. His absence, simply put, plunges Golden State into crisis.

There’s a reasonable chance the Warriors will be the West’s worst team during Curry’s absence.

As the Golden State Warriors’ last, best hope for avoiding a lost season crashed to the court hands first, the defending Western Conference champions suddenly found themselves reckoning with a dismal present and a potentially tumultuous future.

Two-time NBA MVP point guard Stephen Curry broke his left hand Wednesday when he attacked the basket, collided with Phoenix Suns center Aron Baynes and tried to brace for impact as he tumbled to the court. While it is not yet known whether Curry will need surgery or how long he will be sidelined, recovering from a broken hand is typically a matter of months rather than weeks. His absence, simply put, plunges Golden State into crisis.

There’s a reasonable chance the Warriors will be the West’s worst team during Curry’s absence.

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Visibility was so poor at the time of the crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others that both the LAPD and the country sheriff’s department grounded their choppers.

Two of Bernie Sanders’s highest-profile allies, Rep. and liberal documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, filled in for him on the campaign trail Friday night, speaking to a rally here at the University of Iowa, as the Vermont senator participated in the impeachment trial in Washington, D.C. Their message to the audience, overwhelmingly students, was not to settle for more moderate candidates who claim to have a better chance in the general election against President Trump, but to stick with Sanders.

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The Golden State Warriors shattered the record for best start in NBA history (24-0) en route to a 73-9 mark, eclipsing the legendary 1995-96 Chicago Bulls’ 72-10 regular season record.

Stephen Curry & Co.

The Golden State Warriors shattered the record for best start in NBA history (24-0) en route to a 73-9 mark, eclipsing the legendary 1995-96 Chicago Bulls’ 72-10 regular season record.

Stephen Curry & Co.

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Chicago Bulls will play visitors to Golden State Warriors in the NBA Week 6 game on Wednesday, November 27. So far this season, the Bulls stand with 6 wins & 12 losses while the Warriors made 3 victories through 18 matches.

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The Bulls’ Otto Porter Jr. (SF) after a foot injury will be out until December 6 while Luke Kornet (PF) and Ryan Arcidiacono (PG) remain on the game-time decision.

On the other side, the Warriors report game-time decision for Draymond Green (PF) and Damion Lee (SG).

Chicago Bulls will play visitors to Golden State Warriors in the NBA Week 6 game on Wednesday, November 27. So far this season, the Bulls stand with 6 wins & 12 losses while the Warriors made 3 victories through 18 matches.

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The Bulls’ Otto Porter Jr. (SF) after a foot injury will be out until December 6 while Luke Kornet (PF) and Ryan Arcidiacono (PG) remain on the game-time decision.

On the other side, the Warriors report game-time decision for Draymond Green (PF) and Damion Lee (SG).

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By defeating the Bulls for the second time, the Warriors achieved a season sweep for the first time this season.

The Golden State Warriors had 19 turnovers, which were considerably more than their season average of 14.7 (good for 11th in the entire league going into last night’s game). They gave up 10 offensive rebounds, which were translated into 19 second-chance points by the Chicago Bulls.

By defeating the Bulls for the second time, the Warriors achieved a season sweep for the first time this season.

The Golden State Warriors had 19 turnovers, which were considerably more than their season average of 14.7 (good for 11th in the entire league going into last night’s game). They gave up 10 offensive rebounds, which were translated into 19 second-chance points by the Chicago Bulls. The Warriors’ lackluster three-point defense allowed the Bulls to shoot an astonishing 17-of-41 from beyond the arc, good for 41.7 percent.

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No Otto Porter for at least a few more weeks.

Thaddeus Young is also missing tonight’s contest due to a personal reason.

For the Warriors, D’Angelo Russell returned after missing the previous 9 games (including the matchup with the Bulls), only to get nicked up again but he is going to play.

In a season full of some pretty terrible losses, this may have been the worst.

No Otto Porter for at least a few more weeks.

Thaddeus Young is also missing tonight’s contest due to a personal reason.

For the Warriors, D’Angelo Russell returned after missing the previous 9 games (including the matchup with the Bulls), only to get nicked up again but he is going to play.

In a season full of some pretty terrible losses, this may have been the worst.

The Warriors pulled away late to win by 14.

Eric Paschall dominated the Bulls frontline to the tune of 25 points while Zach LaVine looked like the only Bulls player with interest in playing offense. He had 36 points and was one of two Bulls players in double figures.

The Warriors followed up their win against the Bulls with a still current four-game losing streak which included double digit losses to the Atlanta Hawks and Orlando Magic.

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Still woefully short-handed, Golden State plays well at home, and the Bulls are pretty bad. It’s time for a win!

The Golden State Warriors continue to play with just eight available players (the mandatory league minimum number), but with help imminent and the team playing noticeably better, Wednesday’s home game against the Chicago bulls is winnable.

Still woefully short-handed, Golden State plays well at home, and the Bulls are pretty bad. It’s time for a win!

The Golden State Warriors continue to play with just eight available players (the mandatory league minimum number), but with help imminent and the team playing noticeably better, Wednesday’s home game against the Chicago bulls is winnable.

It would be just what the doctor ordered for a team and fan base that has borne one of the sharpest season-to-season declines ever.

Draymond Green, still nursing that sore heel, is listed as Questionable.

With around $130 million in salary for Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and D’Angelo Russell sitting on the bench, it’s no secret why the Warriors are bad right now. Beyond just the lack of top-end talent, the Warriors have been hurt by injuries to key positions.

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The Golden State Warriors have massive plans for the offseason that involve their star players and a lot of cash.

The team is expected to offer both Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant full five-year max contracts despite the injuries they sustained during the NBA Finals.

Thompson, who tore his ACL, would receive $190 million.

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After the 1961/1962 season, the team moved to San Francisco and became the San Francisco Warriors. Already in the second season, the San Francisco Warriors got to the final but lost to the Boston Celtics, the champions with the most wins. In 1971, the team moved to Oakland and became Golden State Warriors.

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The National Basketball Association announced today that the Golden State Warriors’ 2019-20 season, presented by Kaiser Permanente, will feature 30 national TV appearances on ABC, ESPN and TNT.

The Warriors will tip off the season at Chase Center on October 24 against the L.A.

Clippers on TNT, marking the first regular season NBA game in the city of San Francisco since January 29, 1971, when the Warriors defeated the Buffalo Braves, 106-100, at the San Francisco Civic Auditorium.

Tip-off time for all of Golden State’s weekday home games during the 2019-20 season will be 7:30 p.m., with the exception of the Christmas Day matchup with the Houston Rockets, which tips off at 2 p.m.

at Chase Center, and nationally-televised 7 p.m.

Our NBA experts examine the latest league hierarchy with the season’s second half well underway.

Zion Williamson was on the floor when the final buzzer sounded for the first time Sunday night. The moment also marked his first NBA win, in which the rookie scored the Pelicans’ final eight points.

Teams took turns taking shot clock violations in honor of the No.

Our NBA experts examine the latest league hierarchy with the season’s second half well underway.

Ja Morant scored 14 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter to help the Memphis Grizzlies hold off the Phoenix Suns 114-109 on Sunday night for their second straight victory.

Devin Booker had 35 points before fouling out and the Phoenix Suns held on to beat the Spurs 103-99 on Friday night, snapping an 11-game skid in San Antonio.

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Our NBA experts examine the latest league hierarchy with the season’s second half well underway.

Zion Williamson was on the floor when the final buzzer sounded for the first time Sunday night. The moment also marked his first NBA win, in which the rookie scored the Pelicans’ final eight points.

Teams took turns taking shot clock violations in honor of the No.

Our NBA experts examine the latest league hierarchy with the season’s second half well underway.

Ja Morant scored 14 of his 23 points in the fourth quarter to help the Memphis Grizzlies hold off the Phoenix Suns 114-109 on Sunday night for their second straight victory.

Devin Booker had 35 points before fouling out and the Phoenix Suns held on to beat the Spurs 103-99 on Friday night, snapping an 11-game skid in San Antonio.

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Kevin Durant: ‘I feel like this is way past due to incorporate Oakland into this whole thing’

OAKLAND, California — Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant looked like he felt disrespected when recently asked whether he knows what “The Town” means.

The Warriors will begin playing in alternate black jerseys featuring “The Town” in tribute to Oakland beginning Saturday against the New Orleans Pelicans at Oracle Arena. The familiar city symbol of an oak tree is also featured on the jersey, which goes on sale Saturday online and at the arena.

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The Golden State Warriors, since moving to the West Coast in 1962, have truly become the Bay Area’s team.

The Warriors are the common ground in a region where a bridge separates some of the fiercest rivalries in sports. Though they’ve called Oakland their home since 1972, the team has honored all of its fans, occasionally re-discovering and re-inventing old uniforms. For the 2015-16 season, the Warriors will don jerseys featuring the iconic “The City” logo, paying homage to the past and possibly foreshadowing the future.

After playing with uniforms that said “San Francisco” across the chest, the Warriors unveiled “The City” jerseys that featured  a graphic of the Golden Gate Bridge over water on the front and a traditional San Francisco Cable Car on the back for the 1966-67 season.

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Golden State Warriors (10-37, 15th in the Western Conference) vs.

Philadelphia 76ers (30-17, sixth in the Eastern Conference)

BOTTOM LINE: Philadelphia will try to keep its seven-game home win streak alive when the 76ers face Golden State.

The 76ers are 21-2 in home games. Philadelphia ranks fifth in the league with 26.2 assists per game led by Ben Simmons averaging 8.4.

The Warriors are 3-20 on the road. Golden State is 5-20 in games decided by 10 or more points.

TOP PERFORMERS: Furkan Korkmaz leads the 76ers averaging 1.8 made 3-pointers and scoring 8.9 points per game while shooting 39.3 percent from beyond the arc. Simmons has averaged 21.1 points and totaled 9.9 rebounds while shooting 63.9 percent over the last 10 games for Philadelphia.

D’Angelo Russell leads the Warriors averaging 23.9 points and is adding 3.6 rebounds.

It was only a matter of time before the Golden State Warriors made a move, and although this wasn’t quite a blockbuster, the team surprisingly agreed to trade Willie Cauley-Stein to the Dallas Mavericks on Friday afternoon. Golden State will receive a second-round pick in this year’s draft while Dallas will receive a young, serviceable and inexpensive big man in the wake of losing Dwight Powell to a season-ending Achilles injury.

To say that the 2019-20 season has been a disappointment for Golden State would be a bit of an understatement. Aside from losing Kevin Durant, the team saw mainstays Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston leave the franchise this past summer, as well.

Late Sunday morning, when word rippled through Warriors practice that Kobe Bryant had died in a helicopter crash, coaches quit barking assignments as players picked up their dribbles.

“When they heard the news, they just stopped,” general manager Bob Myers said. “It kind of paralyzes you for a little while.”

Tragedies happen daily, but few could believe that Bryant — a larger-than-life figure during his 20-year NBA career — was dead at 41. This is someone who had inspired an entire generation of players with his unyielding competitiveness and acrobatic dunks.

A cultural phenomenon during the dawn of the social-media age, Bryant had an uncanny knack for making people who had never met him feel as if they knew him.

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Expressions of grief, shock and denial on social media greeted the news that 41-year-old former Lakers legend Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash.

Aaron Calder was in intensive care for a liver condition which caused him to vomit blood.

Most of the Sunday political talk shows had already aired by the time The New York Times reported that former National Security Adviser John Bolton reveals first-hand information on President Trump linking Ukraine military aid to Kyiv investigating Joe Biden and other Democratic targets in his upcoming book. But Kasie Hunt’s MSNBC show Kasie DC had not taped, and she got what we might think of as a first draft of the Senate Republican response from Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.).Earlier Sunday, NBC’s Chuck Todd had asked Braun on Meet the Press about Trump’s impeachment trial, on which Braun serves as a juror.

Visibility was so poor at the time of the crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others that both the LAPD and the country sheriff’s department grounded their choppers.

Images of what the Allies found when they liberated the first Nazi death camps towards the end of World War II brought the horror of the Holocaust to global attention. Many of the ghastly pictures were at first held back from the broader public, partly out of concern for those with missing relatives. The concentration and extermination camps were liberated one by one as the Allied armies advanced on Berlin in the final days of the 1939-1945 war.

The NBA legend Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash on Sunday morning. The fog conditions were so bad that the Los Angeles Police Department had grounded its flights that morning, deeming it too dangerous to fly.

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Today — Cloudy with a high of 39 °F (3.9 °C).

Giraudo is Co-Founder and Senior Managing Partner of GESD Capital Partners.

He currently serves as Co-Chairman of Andre Boudin Bakeries, Inc., as Chairman of Milton’s Baking Company a maker of wholegrain breads, crackers and better for you frozen foods, Chairman of Lucky-Save Mart Super Markets Company and as Director of the Board of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Inc.. He served as Chairman of the Ascentia Wine Group owners of such wineries as Gary Farrell, Buena Vista, Geyser Peak, Covey Run, Ste Chapelle, Columbia, XYZin and Atlas Peak. He recently retired as an independent director of Overhill Farms a publicly traded food manufacturing company.

He also recently retired after 8 years as Executive Chairman of Pabst Brewing Company.

His group also owns and operates restaurant companies, baking companies and frozen food companies throughout the United States.

Giraudo is Co-Founder and Senior Managing Partner of GESD Capital Partners.

He currently serves as Co-Chairman of Andre Boudin Bakeries, Inc., as Chairman of Milton’s Baking Company a maker of wholegrain breads, crackers and better for you frozen foods, Chairman of Lucky-Save Mart Super Markets Company and as Director of the Board of The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Inc.. He served as Chairman of the Ascentia Wine Group owners of such wineries as Gary Farrell, Buena Vista, Geyser Peak, Covey Run, Ste Chapelle, Columbia, XYZin and Atlas Peak. He recently retired as an independent director of Overhill Farms a publicly traded food manufacturing company.

He also recently retired after 8 years as Executive Chairman of Pabst Brewing Company.

His group also owns and operates restaurant companies, baking companies and frozen food companies throughout the United States.

Chamath Palihapitiya, 34, a highly-successful Bay Area based entrepreneur and an original member of the Facebook management team, has been a prominent figure in the venture capital business and a multitude of successful online ventures during their formative stages. He is the Founder and current Managing Partner of The Social+Capital Partnership, a multi-hundred million dollar venture capital fund, which he pioneered earlier this year. The Social+Capital Partnership is aligned with a number of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs in business, finance and technology and focuses on investing in highly disruptive ideas in healthcare, education, financial services and the internet.

Prior to beginning his latest endeavor with The Social+Capital Partnership, Palihapitiya was the longest tenured original member of Facebook’s Senior Management team.

Chamath Palihapitiya, 34, a highly-successful Bay Area based entrepreneur and an original member of the Facebook management team, has been a prominent figure in the venture capital business and a multitude of successful online ventures during their formative stages. He is the Founder and current Managing Partner of The Social+Capital Partnership, a multi-hundred million dollar venture capital fund, which he pioneered earlier this year. The Social+Capital Partnership is aligned with a number of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs in business, finance and technology and focuses on investing in highly disruptive ideas in healthcare, education, financial services and the internet.

Prior to beginning his latest endeavor with The Social+Capital Partnership, Palihapitiya was the longest tenured original member of Facebook’s Senior Management team.

Stephen Curry is a professional American basketball player with the Golden State Warriors. The son of former NBA player Dell Curry, Stephen first garnered national attention for his impressive play at Davidson College. He was drafted in 2009 by Golden State and eventually developed into one of pro basketball’s top players with his stellar shooting skills. After garnering Most Valuable Player honors and helping the Warriors win the NBA championship in 2015, Curry led the team to a league-record 73 wins the following season. In May 2016, Curry became the first person to be named MVP by unanimous vote in NBA history, and one of only 11 players to win the MVP award two years in a row.

Stephen Curry is a professional American basketball player with the Golden State Warriors. The son of former NBA player Dell Curry, Stephen first garnered national attention for his impressive play at Davidson College. He was drafted in 2009 by Golden State and eventually developed into one of pro basketball’s top players with his stellar shooting skills. After garnering Most Valuable Player honors and helping the Warriors win the NBA championship in 2015, Curry led the team to a league-record 73 wins the following season. In May 2016, Curry became the first person to be named MVP by unanimous vote in NBA history, and one of only 11 players to win the MVP award two years in a row.

Joseph Leynard Smith best known as Joe Smith is an American former basketball player who was a forward for 12 teams in his 16 year NBA career. He was born on July 26th, 1975 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA.

He went to Maryland school and he was a player there and he was the number 1 pick in the NBA Draft in the 1995 season.

He was picked by the Golden State Warriors.

In the 1995-1996 season, he was named to the All-Rookie group.

All through his profession, he was the most exchanged player in the NBA. Smith was exchanged to the Philadelphia 76ers in 1998 and afterward to the Minnesota Timberwolves until 2003. He later joined the Milwaukee Bucks, the Denver Nuggets, the 76ers once more, the Chicago Bulls, the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Atlanta Hawks, the New Jersey Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers.

He was born on July 26th, 1975 in Norfolk, Virginia.

Joseph Leynard Smith best known as Joe Smith is an American former basketball player who was a forward for 12 teams in his 16 year NBA career. He was born on July 26th, 1975 in Norfolk, Virginia, USA.

He went to Maryland school and he was a player there and he was the number 1 pick in the NBA Draft in the 1995 season.

He was picked by the Golden State Warriors.

In the 1995-1996 season, he was named to the All-Rookie group.

All through his profession, he was the most exchanged player in the NBA. Smith was exchanged to the Philadelphia 76ers in 1998 and afterward to the Minnesota Timberwolves until 2003. He later joined the Milwaukee Bucks, the Denver Nuggets, the 76ers once more, the Chicago Bulls, the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Atlanta Hawks, the New Jersey Nets and the Los Angeles Lakers.

He was born on July 26th, 1975 in Norfolk, Virginia.

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Golden State Warriors, American professional basketball team based in San Francisco that plays in the Western Conference of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Warriors have won five NBA championships (1956, 1975, 2015, 2017, and 2018) and one Basketball Association of America (BAA) title (1947).

The Warriors were founded in 1946 and were originally based in Philadelphia. One of the original members of the BAA, the team won the league’s first championship behind the play of future Hall of Fame forward Joe Fulks, the BAA’s inaugural scoring leader. The Warriors lost in the BAA finals the next season, and in 1949 the team became a part of the NBA when the BAA merged with the National Basketball League (NBL).