Quinn Cook had another 20-point game to lead the Warriors, but Golden State couldn’t slow down LaMarcus Aldridge (33 points, 12 rebounds) and the Spurs in San Antonio. We update you on Draymond Green’s injury and partake in a little NCAA Tournament discussion.
The Warriors are limping though March as they are decimated by injuries, albeit none of them serious. Ray and Joe discuss consecutive losses in Portland and Minnesota without Steph Curry and bench players Andre Iguodala, David West, Jordan Bell and Patrick McCaw.
The Warriors post-All Star roll continued with a win over the Wizards in Washington, D.C. Kevin Durant was stellar in his return to his hometown with 32 points. We discuss the importance of pursuing the #1 seed in the West, Zaza’s reputation and the Warriors bench play.
The Warriors started the post-All Star break with a win over the Clippers that featured a 44-point night from Steph Curry. Joe and Ray discuss the Dubs 1st quarter improvement after Steve Kerr inserted Jevale McGee into the starting lineup in place of Zaza Pachulia .
The Warriors head to the All Star break after a loss in Portland, despite 50 points from Kevin Durant. We chat about another rough first quarter for Golden State and hear from Durant as well as Steve Kerr.
The Warriors have lost two in a row for the first time this season after another whipping at the hands of Russell Westbrook, Paul George and the Oklahoma City Thunder. We discuss the ugly Warriors loss on Tuesday at Oracle Arena and search for answers to the questions surrounding the Dubs, who have lost three of the last four games.
Could LeBron James become a Warrior next season? Ray and Joe discuss the rumor that has fans intrigued and we hear what Kevin Durant says about the possibility. Meanwhile, the Clippers got the NBA trade deadline newswire started in a big way by shipping Blake Griffin to the Pistons. We ponder the Warriors needs and get an idea of their motives as GM Bob Myers speaks.
Check out our podcast from Saturday morning, on-site at Toscalito Tire and Automotive in San Rafael. We review the win over the Timberwolves, preview the Celtics game and talk about the All-Star selection process. Plus, we hear post-game comments from Steph Curry, Steve Kerr and Kyrie Irving after the Warriors win over the Celtics at Oracle Arena Saturday night.
13 consecutive wins on the road keep the Warriors on top in the NBA standings. The win in Cleveland on Monday night gave Golden State a sweep of the two-games in the regular season against the Cavs. Ray and Joe talk about dunks, Jordan Bell and the feisty Rockets/Clippers game in LA Monday.
Steph Curry continued his sensational run in a win over Denver, so we talk about his MVP candidacy and the Warriors standing at the halfway point of the season. Plus, Steve Kerr talks about LaVar Ball/Luke Walton and Steph chats about the possibility of being an NFL owner.
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