This is the May 15, 2013 news archive. View today's Warriors rumors and news.
For the Spurs, Parker Is the Steady Hand (Again)nytimes.com May 15, 2013Stephen Curry of the Warriors has been in the spotlight this round, but Tony Parker personifies the consistently efficient Spurs.Share Tweet
The Top 10 Point Guards In The NBA This Season; Everyone Is Now Gunning For Russell WestbrookThe point guard position in the NBA has quickly become one of the most competitive spots in all of sports. There are so many good lead guards in the NBA that it’s impossible for any player at the position to take a night off. The position has seen a majShare Tweet
Stephen Curry’s Wild Behind-The-Back Dime To Harrison BarnesThe Warriors were beaten thoroughly by the Spurs in Game 5, and Harrison Barnes might’ve been on the wrong side of the best highlight of the night. But the rook is stepping up. He had 25 points last night, single-handedly keep Golden State close when SaShare Tweet
Veteran Know-How: Stung repeatedly by Golden State's backcourt, the…CNNSI.com May 15, 2013Stung repeatedly by Golden State's backcourt, the Spurs struck back in a 109-91 Game 5 win by clamping down on the upstart Warriors like few teams have, writes Ben Golliver.Share Tweet
Tracy McGrady Blocked Two Shots, And The Spurs Won, Toodeadspin.com May 15, 2013So, the San Antonio Spurs smacked the Golden State Warriors 109-91. The Spurs are up 3-2, and have a chance to close out the most exciting series of the NBA Conference semifinals when they travel to Golden State on Thursday. Fine. Great. That's not why …Share Tweet
Kawhi Leonard’s Sick Statue Of Liberty Dunk On Harrison Barnes’ FaceCharles Barkley called it. Kawhi Leonard was going to have a big night, needed to have a big night for San Antonio to win. He delivered, going for 17 points and seven boards and this nasty Statue Of Liberty dunk on Harrison Barnes‘ face. Who would you rShare Tweet
Spurs-Warriors Game 6 PreviewMay 15Tim Legler breaks down what the Warriors need to do to win Game 6.
Warriors Done?May 15The Spurs have devised ways to stop the Warriors' potent 3-point attack. Ethan Sherwood Strauss and Graydon Gordian have seen enough to declare the Spurs will move on.
Sport Science: Stephen CurryMay 15John Brenkus and the Sport Science team examine Golden State guard Stephen Curry's sweet stroke.