The Warriors got blasted by the Bucks on Thursday night for their first home loss of the season. Ray and Joe talk about that game and how the Warriors cope with Draymond Green and Steph Curry being out of the lineup for Saturday’s game against Brooklyn.
It was another big game for Steph Curry as the Warriors returned home and handled the Pelicans on Halloween night. Curry dressed like, well, himself and scored a team-high 37 points. Joe and Ray talk about his hot start to the season. Plus, Draymond Green comments about the officials calling too many fouls.
The Warriors returned home and blasted the Phoenix Suns 123-103. Rookie Damian Jones had 13 points on 5-5 from the field and got some praise from head coach Steve Kerr. Steph Curry gives his thoughts on the 3-point shooting so far and Ray/Joe discuss what’s happening with Klay Thompson.
The Warriors got their NBA championship rings, unfurled their 2017-18 title banner, and opened the 2018-19 season with a 108-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. Joe and Ray were on the scene at Oracle Arena for the final Golden State opener in Oakland.
The Warriors have won 3 NBA championships in the last 4 years. Now they look for a 3-peat. Ray Woodson was out at media day in Oakland and helps us preview the 2018-19 season with comments from Steph, KD and Klay as well as newcomer DeMarcus Cousins. Plus, GM Bob Myers talks about a new approach for Golden State and Steve Kerr details his plan for the center position.
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Warriors guard Steph Curry went 1-8 on 3 point field goals and the Dubs lost game 2 of the Western Conference Finals in Houston to even the series at a game apiece. Joe and Ray discuss whether or not something is wrong with Steph and where the Warriors stand going into game 3. Plus, we hear from Curry and Steve Kerr.
The Warriors took down the San Antonio Spurs in 5 games. Now it’s time to look ahead to the Western Conference semifinal series with the New Orleans Pelicans, who surprisingly swept the Portland Trailblazers in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Ray and Joe dissect the two teams before they get together for game 1 on Saturday night in Oakland.
The Warriors followed a nice win in Oklahoma City with a stinker at Indiana. Head coach Steve Kerr says he was “embarrassed” by the team’s effort while Kevin Durant countered with: “I thought we cared.” Either way, it’s almost playoff time, so Joe and Ray assess the outlook for the Dubs with one more week and three games left in the regular season.
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.