Once again, the Warriors fend off a Rockets last minute comeback attempt.
After all his made buckets that led up to the final moments, it was Stephen Curry's defense that finally won Game 2 for the Warriors, 99-98, on Thursday. James Harden couldn't get a clean look for a potentially game-winning
Fans cheer after Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry scored against the Houston Rockets during the second half of Game 1 of the NBA basketball Western Conference finals in Oakland, Calif., Tuesday, May 19, 2015. (AP Photo/Ben Margot) (Ben
The Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets ranked first and second in pace in the regular season, so the action figures to be fast. That's an arrangement the Warriors welcome, as they've managed a better offense (second-ranked) and defense (first
Common sense would tell you a rapper doesn't have the power to "curse" NBA players, but just in case the Golden State Warriors aren't taking any chances. The Dubs tweeted rapper Lil B Friday afternoon in an effort to get on his good side, and to