The Warriors beat the Bulls in Chicago on Friday night for only their 5th win against 19 losses. Now that Golden State has several of it’s injured players back, it’s time for our evaluation of some individual players. We discuss whether or not the Dubs should keep D’Angelo Russell for the long term.
The Warriors led by 15 points at one point against the Thunder on Monday Night, but Oklahoma City came back late for a win at Chase Center. Ray and Joe discuss the loss and analyze the play of the young players holding down the fort while veterans recover from injuries.
The Warriors sunk to a new low in their 142-94 loss in Dallas. Luka Doncic destroyed the Dubs with 35 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in just 25 minutes. Golden State head coach Steve Kerr said his team will flush this game and forget about it. We will as well, but first we examine a week that saw the end of a 7-game losing streak followed by the worst loss since 1973.
ESPN’s Mike Breen mentioned that the Warriors are “fun to watch” during Wednesday night’s telecast. Analyst Mark Jackson disagreed. Are the Warriors entertaining? Joe and Ray tackle that question after the Dubs were blown out by the Lakers in LA dropping to 2-10 on the season.
After a surprising win Monday over the Blazers the Warriors ran into a 3-point shooting roadblock in Houston. The Rockets drilled 21 3-point field goals on the way to a 129-112 win over Golden State. Ray and Joe discuss the up and down nature of the youthful Dubs this week.
Steph Curry suffered a broken hand in the Warriors recent loss to the Suns. Joe and Ray discuss how Golden State deals with the loss of their best player, they analyze the game agains the Spurs and survey the wreckage of the early part of the season.
The Warriors were blown out by the Clippers in their 2019–20 season opener at the brand new Chase Center. Ray and Joe analyze the game, the roster and set the stage for the entire season on our first podcast of the year
The last game at Oracle Arena was also the last game of the NBA season and the last Dubs OT podcast for 2018-19. Ray and Joe go over the game 6 thriller in Oakland that included a devastating ACL injury for Klay Thompson. We congratulate the Raptors on winning their first title and look ahead to what’s in store for Golden State next season.
The Warriors stayed alive in the 2019 NBA Finals with a one point win in Toronto. Kevin Durant returned to the lineup, but left with a devastating achilles injury. An MRI is scheduled for Tuesday. Ray and Joe break down the game and discuss the KD injury.
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Game 4 of the NBA Finals was a big disappointment for the Warriors after losing their second straight game to the Raptors, falling behind Toronto 3-1 in the series. Klay Thompson returned to the starting lineup and Kevon Looney also came back from injury, but Kawhi Leonard and Serge Ibaka were too much for the Dubs.