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Warriors Do the Impossible, Get Momentum Back for Game 7

The Golden State Warriors finally looked familiar in a glorious, game-shifting, season-salvaging stretch—one that secured a seemingly impossible 108-101 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder… 775 more words

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Warriors vs. Thunder: Game 6 Score and Twitter Reaction from 2016 NBA Playoffs

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson were the primary catalysts behind the Golden State Warriors’ record-setting 73-win regular season, and they came up with signature performances Saturday night while facing elimination in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals. 713 more words

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Klay Thompson Breaks NBA Playoff Record with 11 3-Pointers vs. Thunder

The Golden State Warriors saw their historic season salvaged Saturday thanks in large part to Klay Thompson, who set an NBA playoff record with 11 trifectas, per… 258 more words

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Justin Zanik Hired by Bucks as GM-in-Waiting: Latest Contract Details, Reaction

The Milwaukee Bucks plan to hire Utah Jazz assistant general manager Justin Zanik to become the team’s general manager-in waiting, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski… 216 more words

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Golden State Warriors vs. Oklahoma City Thunder: Live Score, Analysis for Game 6

The Oklahoma City Thunder will look to punch their ticket to the NBA Finals when they host the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals at Chesapeake Energy Arena Saturday night. 132 more words

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2016 NBA Draft: Breaking Down Pro Future of Vanderbilt's Wade Baldwin IV

Wade Baldwin IV converted freshman flashes into sophomore production and NBA draft buzz.

A former high school teammate of Karl-Anthony Towns, Baldwin wasn’t heavily recruited but still managed to build an NBA case for himself in two years, eventually starring at Vanderbilt. 836 more words

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Stephen Curry Responds to Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook's Defensive Criticism

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is indifferent about what Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook think about his defense.

The Oklahoma City duo’s comments came after Game 5, as Westbrook scoffed at a question about Golden State’s guard being an underrated defender and Durant claimed that he doesn’t guard the opposition’s top players. 220 more words

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