Western Conference Finals Preview: Warriors vs. Mavericks

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After a pair of grueling second-round series, the Golden State Warriors and Dallas Mavericks are set to square off in the Western Conference Finals. The series starts in San Francisco since the Warriors clinched home-court advantage with a superior regular-season record. However, Dallas beat Golden State in three of their four matchups despite being the […] READ MORE


Golden State Warriors Beat Memphis Grizzlies and Return to West Finals

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The series that started with back-to-back ejections ends with the Grizzlies being ejected from the playoffs. The Golden State Warriors beat Memphis 110-96 in Game 6 and sealed their series victory. Injuries and suspensions overshadowed the on-court results of the first three games. Golden State overcame Draymond Green’s ejection as the Warriors beat Memphis in […] READ MORE


Five Adjustments to Make After the Golden State Warriors Lost Game Five

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If you thought the last game was ugly…the Warriors lost game five in the first half. Possibly the first quarter. It’s conceivable the Warriors lost Game Five before the opening tip. Golden State was shellacked by the Memphis Grizzlies and ultimately lost 134-95. Garbage time started midway through the third quarter, and the Grizzlies pushed […] READ MORE


What Kings Fans Should Expect From New Head Coach Mike Brown

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The Sacramento Kings made it official and crowned Mike Brown as the team’s head coach on Sunday. Sacramento team owner Vivek Ranadive and general manager Monte McNair selected Brown as the Kings’ head coach over announcer Mark Jackson, the other rumored finalist for the job. Brown became the Kings’ new coach after a well-publicized search. […] READ MORE


How the Golden State Warriors Won Game Four

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This was ugly. This was physical, full of mistakes, missed shots, and miscues. The game plan couldn’t have resembled how the Warriors won Game Four. For the sake of Kings fans everywhere let’s hope not, anyway. Mike Brown was the substitute coach for the Warriors after Steve Kerr was placed in health and safety protocols. […] READ MORE


Golden State Warriors: Three Adjustments to Make After Game Two Loss

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The Golden State Warriors lost Game Two to the Memphis Grizzlies Wednesday night. The contest was gut-wrenching for a number of reasons. Dillon Brooks earned an ejection after flagrantly clothes-lining Gary Payton II in mid-air. We know now that Payton will miss at least the remainder of the series, while Brooks has been suspended for […] READ MORE


Golden State Warriors: Three Takeaways from Game One Win

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The Golden State Warriors won Game One of their second-round series against the Memphis Grizzlies. The visiting team eked out a one-point victory behind the spectacular performance of Jordan Poole. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson displayed tremendous defense in thwarting Ja Morant at the rim on separate plays late in the fourth quarter. Thompson provided […] READ MORE


Ten Best Playoff Players Left in the NBA Postseason

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A thrilling first round of the playoffs is complete, and it’s a great time to take stock of where each team stands as the second round starts. Ranking the best playoff players left isn’t just a fun exercise. It can work as a shorthand to see who should be championship favorites since superstars have such […] READ MORE


What Can We Learn From the Warriors’ Series Win Over the Nuggets?

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The Golden State Warriors’ series win against the Denver Nuggets is official. The 4-1 margin of victory was just one game off of our series prediction. Stephen Curry returned from a sprained foot and looked every bit a two-time MVP in the Warriors’ series win. He teamed with Draymond Green, Jordan Poole, Klay Thompson, and […] READ MORE


What Should the Brooklyn Nets Do This Offseason?

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Off-court intrigue surpassed on-court results in a third consecutive season for the Brooklyn Nets, which culminated in the Nets’ series loss to Boston in four games. Brooklyn is officially the only team unable to win a game in the first round. The bulk of the credit goes to Boston, to be sure, but there’s no […] READ MORE