Warriors Given 76-Percent Chance Of Beating Thunder In Western FinalsIf you are placing any bets on the NBA finals, there’s a professor in Merced who has a pretty good success rate in picking basketball series winners who might have the inside track for you.
Warriors Await Fate Of Draymond Green After Groin Kick To Thunder's AdamsThe Thunder aren't sure whether Draymond Green intentionally targeted Steven Adams' groin area on Sunday night. They just know they don't appreciate it.
Warriors Buckle Under Pressure In Oklahoma In Game 3 LossKevin Durant scored 33 points, Russell Westbrook had 30 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds, and the Oklahoma City Thunder rolled past the Golden State Warriors 133-105 on Sunday night to take a 2-1 lead in the Western Conference finals.
'No Worries' With Curry's Injured ElbowA black sleeve protecting his sore right elbow, MVP Stephen Curry insists he's fine after yet another postseason injury.
Thompson's All Around Game Outshines CurryA far cry from his brash, former basketball-playing father, Klay Thompson is perfectly content to be the soft-spoken, second superstar behind MVP Stephen Curry.
Hustle Points Determine Outcome Of Warriors-Thunder SeriesWho will win or who will lose in the NBA Western Conference Finals comes down to something so very basic.
Warriors Bounce Back In Game 2, Tie Up Western Conference FinalsThe Golden State Warriors beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 118-91 on Wednesday night to even the Western Conference final at one game apiece.
Adams Apologizes For Calling Curry, Thompson ‘Little Monkeys’When asked in a post-game interview about the play of Warriors guard Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, OKC center Steven Adams referred to them as “little monkeys.”
Future Of Oracle Arena Uncertain Without WarriorsWhat will happen to Oracle Arena if and when the Warriors move across the Bay to San Francisco?
Warriors Expect Tough Task From Thunder On Road To ChampionshipGolden State won all three regular-season meetings with the Thunder, but slowing down Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant will be a chore.
Can The Cubs One-Up The Dubs?If the Warriors end up fulfilling their Manifest Destiny by winning a second straight league championship, they will become the standard bearer for all sports arguments over the greatest team of all time.
Despite Elimination, Spurs Will Continue To ContendThe Thunder rolled over the Spurs, again. But San Antonio's future remains bright, with or without Duncan, Ginobili and Parker.