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  • Stephen Curry returns to practice, questionable to play in Game 1 vs. Pelicans

    The Golden State Warriors got some good news on Thursday. Head coach Steve Kerr told reporters that point guard Stephen Curry has returned to practice for the first time since suffering a sprained MCL on March 23. ”Steph practiced at 100 percent, he did everything, he looked good,” Kerr said.
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Portraits of some of the 'Golden State Killer' victims

    The suspected "Golden State Killer," believed to have committed 12 murders, at least 50 rapes and multiple home burglaries in the 1970s and 1980s, is now behind bars. The sudden arrest of 72-year-old Joseph James DeAngelo this week has shocked some of his victims and their family members, bringing their decades-old emotions back to the surface. DeAngelo, a former police officer, was taken into custody on Tuesday at his home in Sacramento County, the same county where his alleged crime spree began in 1976. The crimes continued across the state until 1986. His alleged "reign of terror" spanned from the Sacramento area in Northern California down to Orange County in Southern California, Orange County
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Curry 'questionable' for Pelicans game one - Kerr

    Stephen Curry appears close to returning from injury after Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr described him as "questionable" for game one of their second-round matchup with the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday. Curry has been out since March 23 with a sprained left MCL and has played just one game since March 8 as he has dealt with leg injuries all season long. "Steph practiced, he did everything, looked good, too," Kerr told reporters. "I would say he's questionable for game one.
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • 'Golden State Killer,' an ex-cop, US Navy vet, warehouse worker

    It was one of the most notorious unsolved crime sprees in US history -- a decade-long series of sadistic rapes and murders that terrorized tranquil California neighborhoods. Along the way, the meticulous masked assailant was given a number of nicknames: the East Area Rapist, the Original Nightstalker, the Golden State Killer... After a 40-year search, California authorities on Wednesday announced that they had finally caught their man -- a 72-year-old named Joseph James DeAngelo.
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Stephen Curry Questionable for Game 1 vs. Pelicans Saturday

    Warriors All-Star Stephen Curry is questionable for Saturday's Game 1 against the Pelicans coach Steve Kerr told reporters Thursday. Curry has been out with a left MCL injury since late March. He got hurt in his first game back after missing about
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Can The Thunder Keep Their Comeback Rolling?

    Apr. 26, 2018 at 4:00 PM FiveThirtyEight’s NBA podcast breaks down the OKC-Utah series and the upcoming clash between New Orleans and Golden State. By Neil Paine and Kyle Wagner Welcome to The Lab, FiveThirtyEight’s basketball podcast. On Thursday’s show (April 26, 2018), Neil and Kyle talk about two Western Conference series: Oklahoma City vs. Utah and Golden State vs. New Orleans. Russell Westbrook helped the Thunder force Game 6, but can his team really win two more consecutive games against the Jazz? And can the Pelicans take advantage of the Warriors while Golden State is without Stephen Curry? The Lab will be back with another episode next week. In the meantime, keep an eye on FiveThirtyEight’s
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Stephen Curry back in full practice mode for Warriors

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Stephen Curry resumed full practice with contact and could play for the defending champion Golden State Warriors as soon as Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals Saturday night against New Orleans. Coach Steve Kerr is calling Curry questionable for Saturday. “Steph practiced at 100 percent, he did everything, he looked good,” Kerr said.
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Steph Curry was a full participant in Warriors practice on Thursday

    Steph Curry is close to returning to game action. The two-time MVP was a full participant in practice on Thursday, Steve Kerr told reporters. According to the head coach, Curry is questionable for Game 1 vs the Pelicans.
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • 'Golden State Killer' suspect shocked by arrest, told police he had a roast in oven

    The suspected "Golden State Killer" who was arrested this week for killing and raping dozens of California residents decades ago, seemed shocked to find police outside his home, according to Sacramento County Sheriff's Department official Paul Belli. Joseph James DeAngelo, a 72-year-old former police officer, was taken into custody on Tuesday at his home in Citrus Heights in Sacramento County, the same county where his alleged crime spree began in 1976. The crimes continued across the state until 1986. DeAngelo, who lived at the home with family, told police he had a roast in the oven. Officers said they could take care of it, Belli told ABC News. DeAngelo was placed under arrest without incident.
    27 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Inside the timeline of crimes by the 'Golden State Killer'

    The suspected "Golden State Killer" behind serial rapes and murders across California in the 1970s and 1980s has finally been identified. Joseph James DeAngelo, a 72-year-old former police officer, was arrested this week in the decades-old case. His alleged "reign of terror" spanned from the Sacramento area in Northern California down to Orange County in Southern California, Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said Wednesday. DeAngelo is believed to have committed 12 murders, at least 50 rapes and multiple home burglaries. Here is a closer look at the timeline: 1973-1976 DeAngelo was a police officer in Exeter, California, from 1973 to 1976, officials said. 1976-1979 DeAngelo was
    26 Apr @ 8PM

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