Anyone who just watched the Warriors break a 40-year title drought knows that the team has a ton of players who deserve to get paid. But, thanks to contract timing and existing long-term deals, the team will take the court in 2015-2016 with a starting five – in terms of top salary – that does not include the reigning NBA MVP.
Stephen Curry has surpassed LeBron James for the most popular jersey in the NBA.
Guess when people are married long enough, their skills start to rub off on each other…
Feeling like you should have just splurged and spent the $650 or more it cost to attend a Warriors NBA Finals game? Fear not, there is still a way for you to dump a ton of cash to commemorate the franchise’s first title in 40 years.
On Wednesday, the sports network announced the finalists for the annual awards gala, but left Bumgarner – the Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year – out of the running for the top individual prize among men. Here’s a look at the numbers four players ESPN thought were more worthy of the ESPY:
Sports Illustrated is showing some love to the Warriors by putting Steph Curry on its cover with his team’s new prized possession – the Larry O’brien trophy.
Missed out on the big Warriors parade in Oakland? We have the photo highlights here…
Stephen Curry came off the plane, lifted the Larry O’Brien Trophy as he walked down the mobile staircase and let the gold award shine in the California sun.
One Golden State Warriors fan used thousands of grains of salt to show love for the team as they battle the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.