In game 2 of the Western Conference semifinals both the Rockets and Warriors saw top players go out with injuries and return. James Harden battled back after getting hit in the eyes. Steph Curry played after dislocating a finger on his left hand. In the end, Golden State won another close game at home to go up 2-0 in the series which is headed back to Houston on Saturday for game 3. Ray and Joe dissect game 2 and the series so far.
The Warriors took game 4 of their playoff series with the LA Clippers behind strong performances from Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant. Joe and Ray dissect the series and look ahead to game 5 in Oakland as the Warriors look to move on to the 2nd round.
The Warriors took game 1 of their playoff series with the LA Clippers 121-104. Joe and Ray talk about Steph Curry’s 38 point performance, the ejections of Kevin Durant and Patrick Beverley and what to expect in game 2 on Monday night in Oakland.
The Warriors concluded a 47-year run at Oracle Arena with a win in their final regular season home game in the building. So many memories and emotions were flowing on Sunday night. Golden State also clinched the #1 seed in the Western Conference by beating the Clippers. Ray and Joe take it all in and get you ready for the playoffs!
The Warriors finished their road trip 3-1 with wins in Houston, Oklahoma City and Minnesota. Steph Curry scored 36 points in the Tuesday win against the Timberwolves. Jonas Jerebko chipped in with 18 points in 18 minutes off the bench.
The Warriors beat the Rockets for the first time this season and they did it on the road without Kevin Durant. Ray and Joe talk about better defense, rebounding and a solid performance by DeMarcus Cousins.
The Warriors 33-point loss to the Celtics on Tuesday night was a bad look on several fronts. Ray and Joe talk about what went wrong and the post-game comments from Steve Kerr, Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins.
The Warriors finished up their road trip with a win against NBA Finals contender Philadelphia. We discuss Andre Iguodala’s comment about Steph Curry being the second best point guard in NBA history and look at the possibility of center Andrew Bogut returning to Golden State.
The Warriors came out of the All Star break and faced a formidable Kings team gunning for a playoff berth. Steph Curry hit 10 three-point shots and scored 38 points to lead Golden State to the victory, its 17th in the last 19 games. Ray and Joe discuss the win and Draymond Green’s technical foul, which almost proved to be costly.