Rick Barry

Rick Barry #24 of the Golden State Warriors voted one of the Fifty Greatest Players poses for a portrait shooting his patented underhand foulshot in a gym in 1996. (Photo by Ron Modra/ NBAE/ Getty Images)

7 Pieces Of Warriors Gear That Prove You’re A Real Member Of Dub Nation

Do you feel surrounded by imposters? People who have no business doing it are claiming to be original Dub Nation members who have been there through it all? Sure, there’s room for everyone on the bandwagon, but the front seats are reserved for those of us who have suffered.

06/03/2015

Golden State Warriors legend and Naismith Basketball Hall Of Fame player Rick Barry. (Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)

Rick Barry: Warriors Better Team Than Cavaliers, Very Similar To 1974-75 NBA Champions

As the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers prepare for their showdown in the NBA Finals, there are remarkable similarities between this Golden State team and the one which won its only NBA title 40 years ago, according to Warriors Hall of Famer Rick Barry.

06/02/2015

Will Ferrell and Rickey Henderson. (Photo Credit: Major League Baseball)

John Madden: Will Ferrell ‘Lacks Respect’ By Playing In Spring Training Games

Madden said he won’t be tuning in when the actor and comedian takes the field at five Arizona Cactus League games, playing all nine positions.

03/12/2015

Golden State Warriors legend and Naismith Basketball Hall Of Fame player Rick Barry. (Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)

Warriors Legend Rick Barry Reveals Free Throw Secrets, Laments No One Shoots Underhanded

Golden State Warriors legend and basketball Hall-of-Famer Rick Berry reveals the story behind his underhanded free throws and said he is “astonished” that more players have not adopted his technique.

03/28/2014

Chris Mullin #17 of the Golden State Warriors looks on the court during an NBA game in the 1989-90 season. (Tim DeFrisco/Getty Images)

GameDay: Mullin Jersey Retirement Will Forever Be Remembered For Boos

Hello Warrior fans! Nice timing. It was Chris Mullin’s night, not yours. The evening shall forever be remembered for what you did, not Chris Mullin. There’s no question that Joe Lacob should have excluded himself from the entire deal. But did you have to pick that time, that moment to exercise your right to freedom of speech?

03/22/2012