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The Warriors Have A Really Good Problem To Have

With the entire Dwightmare circus over with, the Warriors came out on top. No, they didn’t sign Howard, they avoided that entire mess, and went after forward Andre Iguodala. They locked up the former Denver Nugget for four years and $48 million. Some believed that acquiring Iggy meant that they were going to package Harrison Barnes and David Lee for a sign-and-trade deal with the Lakers for Dwight, but that ...

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Throwback Team Thursday: 2007 Golden State Warriors

The 2006-2007 Golden State Warriors were far from a star-studded team. Led by Baron Davis, the Warriors were a group of gritty veterans that shot the three-ball well and refused to back down from anyone. Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson provided defensive prowess and heart while Jason Richardson, Al Harrington, and a young Monta Ellis lit up the scoreboard with a variety of flashy plays and deep threes. It a ...

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NBA Playoffs Round 2 Predictions

Golden State Warriors vs. San Antonio Spurs: Spurs in 6 [caption id="attachment_13728" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Photo Credit: (REUTERS/Robert Galbraith)[/caption] After an exciting up and down series between two of the most exciting and energetic teams in the NBA, the 6-seed Warriors now face the 2-seed Spurs. The Warriors were able to strive in a fast-paced round one against Denver, but now they fa ...

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The Most Dangerous 8th Seed In NBA History: The Los Angeles Lakers

[caption id="attachment_12848" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: Steve Dykes / EPA[/caption] On January 23rd the Los Angeles Lakers lost on the road to the Grizzlies 106-93 and dropped to 17-25 to 12th place in the Western Conference. Most experts by now had completely counted the Lakers out and gave them no shot at making the playoffs. The story of the Lakers’ ineffectiveness and futility head ...

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The 5 Most Exciting Point Guards in the NBA

[caption id="attachment_12804" align="aligncenter" width="534"] Russell Westbrook's athleticism leads an exciting new wave of point guards that are just plain fun to watch. Via usatoday.com[/caption] As the NBA playoff push heats up, let’s take a look at the five most exciting, UN-INJURED point guards in the league. (All provided statistics are career regular season averages.) 5. Tony Parker-Best Veteran: a ...

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The Year of San Francisco

Every year, Boston, New York, or Los Angeles are usually involved in the championship discussions of the major sports. When a smaller city rises to the top in one sport, it comes off as a surprise to many, but when one city does it in all three sports, the sports world gets turned upside down. San Francisco is doing just that. 2012 San Francisco Giants [caption id="attachment_11764" align="aligncenter" widt ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Andrew DeClercq

Andrew played college ball at the University of Florida and helped lead them to the Final Four in 1994. In the 1995 NBA Draft DeClercq fell to the 34th pick overall by the Golden State Warriors. In his first season Andrew didn't see the floor very often, not because he was so tall (bad joke), but because he only played 9 mpg. The next two seasons (one with Warriors one with the Boston Celtics), Andrew avera ...

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