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  • Warriors vs. Jazz live stream: Watch NBA game online on MyTeams

    In his second start of the season, Warriors center Damian Jones faces a big test.The third-year pro will start opposite Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, the reigning NBA Defensive Player of the Year, three nights after matching up with Oklahoma City Thunder
    20 Oct @ 3AM

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  • Two positives, two negatives from Warriors' season-opening win over Thunder

    The Warriors delivered a perfectly patchwork performance Tuesday night in their 108-100 win over the Thunder on opening night. On a night when Klay Thompson simply didn't have it -- 5 of 20 from the field and 1 of 8 beyond the arc, missing his last seven attempts from deep -- Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant found buckets. Curry and Durant combined for 22 first-quarter points, helping the Warriors build a double-digit lead.
    19 Oct @ 5PM

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  • Warriors vs. Thunder projected lineups, injury report, player usage

    OAKLAND -- The long goodbye to Oracle Arena begins Tuesday night.The Warriors' final season in Oakland begins most impressively, with the pregame distribution of NBA championship rings and the raising of the banner.Pregame shows on NBC Sports Bay Area
    17 Oct @ 9PM

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  • Curry, Durant lead Warriors past Thunder

    Golden State squandered a double-digit half-time lead but re-took control in the fourth quarter and held on for a 108-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday. Stephen Curry led the way with 32 points while Kevin Durant recorded 27. Paul George registered a team-high 27 points for Oklahoma City.
    17 Oct @ 7PM

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  • Curry: Slap me if I tire of championship celebrations

    Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry received his third NBA championship ring on Tuesday and never expects to tire of such ceremonies. The Warriors celebrated their 2017-18 title win ahead of tip-off in their season opener against the Oklahoma City Thunder, with a new banner unfurled in the rafters at Oracle Arena. Two-time MVP Curry revelled in the occasion and urged for specific measures should he ever become apathetic about such events.
    17 Oct @ 1PM

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  • Curry guides Warriors past Thunder in opener

    Stephen Curry capped a game-high, 32-point performance with a key three-point play with 1:46 remaining Tuesday night, helping the host Golden State Warriors hold off the Russell Westbrook-less Oklahoma City Thunder 108-100 in the second half of the NBA's opening-night doubleheader. Kevin Durant dropped in 27 points for the Warriors, who overcame 7-for-26 shooting from 3-point range to win on opening night for the first time in three seasons. Paul George had a team-high 27 points and Dennis Schroder made his Oklahoma City debut with 21 points.
    17 Oct @ 1PM

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  • Curry, Durant lead Warriors past Thunder in festive opener

    Stephen Curry is coming off an injury-plagued season and a summer he thought might be among his best yet. On a festive night of celebration as another championship banner went up, Curry brought his usual flair and dazzle. Kevin Durant did all of the little things, too.
    17 Oct @ 12PM

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  • Steve Kerr had plenty of time to watch the Dodgers win

    The Los Angeles Dodgers started NLCS Game 4 against the Milwaukee at 6:10 p.m. PDT on Tuesday. A little less than two hours later, the Golden State Warriors opened their NBA season against the Oklahoma City Thunder, preceded by a ring ceremony featuring glow sticks dropping from the ceiling and elaborate reversible jewelry. After the Warriors dispatched the Thunder, Kerr entered the press room urging for brevity so he could find a TV to watch his Dodgers, who were locked in a 1-1 tie more than four hours after the game started.
    17 Oct @ 11AM

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  • Report: Patrick McCaw will skip first Warriors game, championship ring ceremony

    The saga of Patrick McCaw and the Golden State Warriors continues. The backup guard has oddly decided to make a few choices that will render him a free agent next summer. That also likely means that he will no longer be a member of the Warriors, and his salary could actually go down. It’s left most folks scratching their head about McCaw’s self-valuation heading into 2019.
    17 Oct @ 4AM

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  • Warriors vs. Thunder live stream: How to watch NBA season opener online

    After four long months, basketball is officially back. The Warriors will get their rings in Tuesday night's regular-season opener at Oracle Arena, when Golden State will host the Oklahoma City Thunder. Oklahoma City will likely be without point guard
    17 Oct @ 1AM

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