Category Archives: Warriors

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Old video of young Stephen Curry freestyle rapping at Davidson about dining hall emerges

Category : NBA , Warriors

Warriors superstar Stephen Curry may be a two-time league MVP now, but he was once a college student just like many of us.
Curry attended Davidson, where he was basically worshipped on campus, as he was the most famous person to ever go to the university.
He led the Wildcats to an Elite Eight appearance, and the team was one basket away from pulling off a major upset against Kansas and punching its ticket to the Final Four.
Not only that, he also had some pretty interesting freestyle raps, like this particular one, about Davidson’s dining halls.

A #ThrowbackThursday for the ages. @StephenCurry30 in college rapping about Davidson College's dining halls. Unbelievable. pic.twitter.com/W0SG8x8ME3
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) January 4, 2019

Bars for days.


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Watch: Steph Curry lofts ball into orbit with one hand, drains floater perfectly (even though it didn't count)

Category : Hot Reads , Warriors

Two-time MVP Stephen Curry has made a habit of sinking highlight-reel shots that few others in NBA history have been able to pull off.
He’s a special player, and special players make special plays. He did exactly that during the first quarter of Wednesday’s game against the Wizards, even though the shot didn’t technically count.
It was noteworthy, though. Check out how Curry took the contact from Tomas Satoransky near the top of the key, then flipped up a shot — that stayed in the air for what seemed like forever, and eventually dropped into the hoop.
Sure, the foul was committed just before Curry attempted his sweet scoop shot, but it was fun to watch nonetheless, and nearly counted.

Steph's absolutely absurd shot didn't count but pic.twitter.com/1PDW1LTGav
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) October 25, 2018

Based on the difficulty level of that trick shot alone, we’d have given Steph “continuation,” for the three-point play opportunity.


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Watch: Riley Curry busts out dance moves during game

Category : Featured , NBA , Warriors

The Warriors may still be playing exhibition games, but don’t tell that to Stephen Curry’s daughter, Riley, who already appears to be nearing midseason form.
Riley first went viral when she stole the show during a few postgame press conferences in the 2015 playoffs, but she’s been fairly quiet since that time, clearly trying to be on her best behavior when she does attend games.
She was at SAP Center for Friday’s preseason game featuring the Lakers and Warriors, seated alongside her mother, Ayesha. Riley made her way into the spotlight at one point during a stoppage in play, when she stood up and began busting out some dance moves while music was playing.

Riley Curry is a mood. pic.twitter.com/3EKtpTteNj
— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) October 13, 2018

Ayesha was certainly feeling it, and so were we. Riley — now at six years of age — has the “it” factor.


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Stephen Curry gets plunked in face by teammate's errant pass (Video)

Category : Featured , NBA , Warriors

Two-time MVP Stephen Curry is often a few steps ahead of everyone else on the court, but sometimes, even he gets caught off guard.
That’s what happened during Wednesday’s preseason game against the Lakers, when an unsuspecting Curry got drilled in the face by a basketball. It happened when teammate Damian Jones was attempting to casually toss the ball to an official after a turnover, but the Warriors center’s pass fell well short. Unfortunately for Curry, he happened to be in the way, and the ball hit him right in the face.

Steph Curry got drilled in the face with the ball LOL pic.twitter.com/v2VtGueahD
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) October 11, 2018

Curry wasn’t looking at Jones at the time, but we’re still surprised he didn’t use “the Force” to prevent the ball from hitting him.


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Steve Kerr admits he tried to get ejected from preseason game

Category : Featured , NBA , Warriors

Social media users had a chuckle on Monday night after a clip from a preseason game involving Warriors head coach Steve Kerr went viral. In it, Kerr appeared to thank an official for ejecting him from Monday’s game against the Suns, which sports fans believed was the case.
And apparently, they were not wrong, as Kerr confirmed as much in speaking to reporters after the game. Not only that, he went on to say he wasn’t enjoying the contest.

Asked if he was trying to get ejected, Steve Kerr did not hesitate: ‘Yes.’ He was not enjoying the game at all, so he figured he’d just fight for the players.
— Monte Poole (@MontePooleNBCS) October 9, 2018

The sequence of events took place when Kerr was arguing an illegal screen foul that was called on Stephen Curry in the third quarter of the game, which resulted in him getting hit with two technical fouls by referee Ben Taylor. The Warriors head coach wasn’t fazed, though, as he appeared to tell Taylor that he didn’t want to be there, and then following that up by waving goodbye.

Steve Kerr thanks refs for ejecting him "I didn't want to be here anyways" pic.twitter.com/MAz6CzknrV
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) October 9, 2018

It’s great that Kerr owned up to it, as he never ceases to entertain fans during games.


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Steve Kerr hilariously thanks ref for ejecting him from game (Video)

Category : Featured , NBA , Warriors

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr has seen his team win three titles in the past four seasons, so he doesn’t allow himself to get caught up in early-season overreactions. Kerr keeps his eyes on the prize, which, in his case, is the Warriors potentially hoisting the Larry O’Brien Trophy yet another time.
So when it comes to exhibition games, he’s not really interested in them all that much. And frankly, he doesn’t even really want to be there, which he informed an official during Monday’s preseason matchup against the Suns.
It happened when Kerr began arguing with an official over an illegal screen foul called on Stephen Curry in the third quarter. He continued to voice his displeasure, which resulted in him receiving not one, both two technicals. Kerr was then ejected from the game, and that prompted him to tell one of the officials the following:
“I didn’t want to be here anyway,” Kerr appeared to say.

Steve Kerr thanks refs for ejecting him "I didn't want to be here anyways" pic.twitter.com/MAz6CzknrV
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) October 9, 2018

It may only be October, but when it comes to speaking his mind, Kerr already appears to be nearing midseason form.


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[PHOTO GALLERY] Warriors Open Practice: Twin Steph Curry look-alikes, forgettable singing, and more

Category : NBA , Warriors

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Kevin Durant wears Shawn Kemp jersey in Seattle, gets ovation from fans

Category : Featured , NBA , Warriors

Kevin Durant returned home to the city where his career once began on Friday night, and he received quite the reception from fans.
Durant was selected by the Seattle Supersonics with the second overall pick in the 2007 draft, and he garnered Rookie of the Year honors that season. The team relocated to Oklahoma City after his inaugural campaign came to a close, though, so his tenure in Seattle lasted only one year.
Fans in the area apparently did not forget about him, either, as Durant returned to Seattle for Friday’s exhibition game against the Kings at KeyArena. Durant came out for pregame introductions while wearing a Shawn Kemp Sonics jersey, and he received an amazing ovation from fans while doing so.

Durant sporting the Sonics Shawn Kemp 40 comes out to massive ovation in Seattle pic.twitter.com/72T87uJiMB
— Seattle Superwob (@World_Wide_Wob) October 6, 2018

Durant seemed to be taken aback by the praise from fans, and understandably so. It was a great moment, and helps make a case as to why Seattle should have an NBA team once again.


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