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  • Warriors beat Kings this time, but NorCal rivalry just getting started

    SACRAMENTO -- There was a time when the Warriors were routinely dismissive of the Kings, strolling into the state capital and treating them like annoying peasants before riding back to the Bay with the fully expected victory. The Kings impolitely informed the reigning NBA champions of that Friday night at Golden 1 Center. The Warriors got the 130-125 victory, but they went through some serious trials to earn it.
    15 Dec @ 10PM

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  • Kings rookie Marvin Bagley III out at least 10-14 days with knee injury

    The Sacramento Kings’ surprisingly strong season will have to roll on without their prize rookie for a couple weeks, and possibly more. Second-overall pick Marvin Bagley will be out for 10 to 14 days after suffering a bone bruise in his left knee on a hard fall during the Kings’ loss to the Golden State Warriors on Friday, according to reports from Shams Charania of The Athletic and Marc Stein of The New York Times. The good news for Bagley and the Kings is that an MRI reportedly did not reveal any structural damage for the 19-year-old.
    15 Dec @ 6PM

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  • Kevin Durant provides playoffs warning to inconsistent Warriors

    Kevin Durant warned the Golden State Warriors they cannot be so inconsistent or they will pay the price when the NBA playoffs come around. The Warriors were cruising on the road against the Sacramento Kings on Friday, leading by 16 before a huge 26-point swing saw them trailing by 10 with three minutes to play. A late rally followed, though they still trailed with 38 seconds to go before scoring seven unanswered points to claim a 130-125 victory, the narrow escape coming just two days after a morale-denting home defeat to the Toronto Raptors.
    15 Dec @ 3PM

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  • Curry, Thompson help Warriors beat Kings 130-125

    Golden State coach Steve Kerr praised his team's smothering defense for providing the spark it needed to bounce back from a disappointing loss. Not much is coming easy for the two-time defending NBA champs this season, not even on a night when they got another big night from the All-Star trio of Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson. Thompson made a go-ahead 3-pointer with 38.5 seconds left, Curry added four free throws down the stretch and the Warriors ended the game on a big run after a sluggish start to the fourth quarter, beating the Sacramento Kings 130-125 on Friday night.
    15 Dec @ 10AM

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  • Steve Kerr feels 'really good' about where Warriors stand right now

    We're where we need to be," the Warriors coach told Tom Tolbert and John Lund on KNBR 680. "It's not the same -- there's a different vibe, a different feeling. And that's what we have to navigate as a coaching staff.
    15 Dec @ 9AM

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  • David West explains how Steph Curry is Warriors’ 'head honcho'

    David West explains how Steph Curry is Warriors 'head honcho' originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Programming note: Watch tonight's Warriors-Kings game streaming live at 7 p.m. PT on the MyTeams app. Who is the unquestioned leader of the Warriors?
    15 Dec @ 9AM

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  • Warriors 12.5-point favorites over Shaq's Lakers, according to oddsmaker

    Warriors 12.5-point favorites over Shaq's Lakers, according to oddsmaker originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com If only NBA 2K19 was real life. As everyone loves to compare eras with a "Who Would Win?" debate, the latest to do so was Steph Curry and Shaquille O'Neal.
    15 Dec @ 5AM

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  • Report: Cousins' debut likely to be delayed

    DeMarcus Cousins began practicing with Golden State's G-League team in Santa Cruz this week, but his Warriors debut is likely to be delayed until February, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The newspaper cites Santa Cruz Warriors coach Aaron Miles, who said Cousins is "probably not moving as well as he wants to right now" after Wednesday's practice, his second with the team. Cousins joined the Warriors on a one-year, $5.3 million deal in free agency with the expectation he could return to the court 2019 after recovering from a ruptured Achilles suffered last January.
    15 Dec @ 4AM

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  • Ask Kerith: How DeMarcus Cousins will assimilate to Warriors' offense

    Editor's note: Kerith Burke, NBC Sports Bay Area's Warriors reporter, will take you inside the two-time defending NBA champions as only she can each Friday with the Ask Kerith Mailbag. DeMarcus Cousins has been practicing in Santa Cruz, and he opened up about how humbling it feels to go through a long rehab following his Achilles tendon tear. Boogie said: "It's really tested me as a person, as a man, as an athlete.
    15 Dec @ 3AM

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  • Kevin Durant Says Raptors are More Than 'An Up-and-Coming-Team'

    The Raptors defeated the Warriors for the second time this season on Wednesday night with a 113- 93 victory at Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif. And while Toronto's pair of wins came in the the first half of the season, the Raptors have caught the eye of Kevin Durant as a potential title contender. "They have champions over there," Durant told the media following Wednesday's loss. Toronto has been in the Finals conversation before.
    15 Dec @ 3AM

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