The Warriors’ Owner Genuflected To Klay Thompson As His Son’s DAP Got Brutally Ignored
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Saturday night was fun, and that’s before we get into a wealthy venture capitalist genuflecting at the feet of his employee. In the above video, the somewhat conceited venture capitalist who owns the Warriors, Joe Lacob, bowed down to Game 6 hero Klay T…Share Tweet
USA TODAY Sports The Western Conference Finals has been a treasure trove of storylines, but until Saturday night, no one game had lived up to the hype of such a heavyweight battle. That all changed in Game 6, however, as the Warriors stormed back to win…Share Tweet
A Patriots Player Plans On Recruiting Kevin Durant To The Celticsdimemag.com 4 hours agoGetty Image The list of teams that want to try and sign Kevin Durant this summer is really, really long. From the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Golden State Warriors to the San Antonio Spurs, no one knows which team is going to pull in the former NBA MVP…Share Tweetdimemag.com 6 hours agoKlay Thompson was nothing short of brilliant in Golden State’s Game 6 win over Oklahoma City. The Warriors’ “other” star marksman went for 41 points, mostly because he was on fire from three, hitting 11 of his 18 attempts from behind the arc. He was esp…Share Tweet
‘Damn OKC’ Is Producing Some Brutal Thunder Takedowns On Twitterdimemag.com 15 hours agoRussell knows how to look good… Even while losing! pic.twitter.com/bioHeBqMbm — Bryce Wood (@woodymlb4) May 7, 2016 The Warriors came back from trailing for the most of Game 6 to take down the Thunder in their home building to force a Game 7 on Saturday…Share Tweet
'Lil' Stache Bro' returns to support Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 6 against Golden State WarriorsESPN.com 17 hours ago'Lil' Stache Bro' returns to support Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 6 against Golden State WarriorsShare TweetDraymond Green became Public Enemy No. 1 in Oklahoma after delivering a swift kick to the nether-regions of Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams during Game 3 of the 2016 Western Conference finals, an act that many felt merited a suspension for the…Share Tweetyahoo.com 22 hours agoThe Golden State Warriors survived on Thursday, holding off a late Oklahoma City Thunder charge to earn a 120-111 win in Game 5 of the 2016 Western Conference finals behind strong play from several contributors, headlined by the 31 points, seven rebound…Share TweetGetty Image The Golden State Warriors staved off elimination by defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder, 120-111, in Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals on Thursday night. The Warriors remain down 3-2 in the series and are headed to a building where the…Share TweetGetty Image David Fizdale served as an assistant coach for the Miami Heat from 2008 through the end of this season. He has also been an assistant with Atlanta and Golden State. He’s paid his dues, and been considered a lead candidate for head coaching j…Share TweetAfter last night’s loss to the Golden State Warriors, Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant were asked if they think Steph Curry is an underrated defender. Westbrook reacted like he’d just been asked if he likes to shop at T.J. Maxx.Read more...Share Tweet
The Warriors’ Stars Aren’t The Ones Keeping The Team’s Finals Hopes AliveGetty Image OAKLAND – With his record-setting team on the brink of elimination, Steve Kerr wasn’t most concerned by the struggles of a two-time MVP. He didn’t seem bothered by a crisis of confidence suffered by the runner-up for Defensive Player of the …Share Tweetyahoo.com May 27 (3 days ago)The Oklahoma City Thunder's stunning blowout wins in Games 3 and 4 of the Western Conference Finals inspired a number of questions about the record-setting Golden State Warriors. Was unanimous MVP Stephen Curry too hurt to make a big impact? Did their 7…Share Tweet
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