On Thursday the Warriors led at one point by 19 points against a Nuggets team missing three starters, but Golden State still lost in overtime at home for its 10th consecutive defeat. Ray and Joe talk about the game, discuss some players who could get traded, weigh in on comments by Charles Barkley and Kevin Durant and give our thoughts about cheating in sports after the Astros scandal shook up the baseball world.
On Wednesday the Dubs went up against the NBA’s best in the Milwaukee Bucks and came up short, but Alen Smailagic showed why he deserves more playing time. Ray and Joe chat about his future and dream about the possibility of reigning NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo wearing a Warriors uniform down the road.
Happy New Year everyone! Unfortunately 2020 begins with the passing of former NBA Commissioner David Stern. We talk about his legacy and discuss the Warriors loss in Minnesota on Thursday night. Also, it’s time for a little trade speculation.
The Warriors pulled off the biggest NBA Christmas day upset in 30 years with a win over the Rockets Wednesday. 3 straight wins have Ray and Joe praising the coaching staff. For our end of the year podcast we talk about great moments of the past decade for the Dubs.
The Warriors were looking for the same magic they had earlier this season against the Trail Blazers, but they came up short Wednesday night in Portland. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum were too much for the Dubs, combining for 61 points. We discuss the game and take a closer look at the value of Willie Cauley-Stein and Alec Burks.
The Warriors came back from down 22 points in the first half Wednesday, but eventually lost to the Knicks in overtime. Even though the Dubs are the worst team in the NBA right now, they have shown a lot of fight. We talk about why Steve Kerr is the perfect coach to lead the team through a transition season.
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.
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.