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News [Charania] Sources: Nikola Jokic has reaffirmed his long-term commitment to Denver in recent days, clearing way to sign a $260M supermax in offseason. Inside what’s next for the Nuggets in wake of Tim Connelly's departure — with @sam_amick at @TheAthletictwitter.com
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did not age well for Bazemore...Warriors lost in the playins with Bazemore as a starter last year yet quickly found his way to getting DNPs on the Lakers
>Bazemore turned down more money and years (two) from the Warriors, sources say, but believes he will have a bigger role and opportunity to win a championship with the Lakers. Bazemore is betting on himself.
Steph was phenomenal throughout the playoffs and the WCF. His leadership throughout this year has been impressive, and it all leads to the Warriors' 6th finals in 8 years.
his averages: 24/7/7 on 59 TS% in 5 games
He becomes just the 14th superstar ever to lead his team 6 or more NBA finals (after Russell, Kareem, LeBron, Magic, West, Havlicek, Kobe, MJ, Shaq, Wilt, Cousy, Duncan, Elgin)
This was the first TNT conference finals in years that was thoroughly enjoyable to watch without having to mute the sound. Marv was a legend for years but he really needed to retire a while back.
Hopefully Kevin gets a good run as the lead guy for TNT's Conference Finals coverage going forward.
Top Gun premiered on May 16, 1986 and three weeks later the Boston Celtics were crowned the 1986 NBA champions. With Top Gun: Maverick showing this week, will the Celtics also fly their way to the 2022 NBA Title?
They were throwing stuff at Chuck before the break, I get taunting him but throwing trash at him is the dumbest thing just because he didn't chose your team to win. Fuck those people
Golden State Warriors gentlemen sweep Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks in the Western Conference Finals
Draymond Green after 2019 NBA finals loss: “Everybody thinks it's kind of the end of us,That's just not smart. We're not done yet." Now the Warriors are back in the 2022 NBA Finals after being the worst team in the league not too long ago
The Toronto Raptors’ 114-110 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday marked the end of the 2019 NBA Finals, but Draymond Green cautioned against those who thought it marked the end of his team’s dynasty, as well.
"Everybody thinks it's kind of the end of us," he said, per Reid Forgrave of CBS Sports. "That's just not smart. We're not done yet."
The consensus greatest shooter ever had a tough Game 5 (shooting-wise) but finished with a super solid scoring series overall, playing great defense, displaying excellent playmaking, being a hurricane off ball, and hitting timely shots in the clutch when his team needed them all playoffs long. Congrats on your 6th Finals appearance, Steph.
For the playoffs overall, he's averaging 26/5/6 on 60 TS%
The Golden State Warriors are the first team to go from the worst record in the NBA to a Finals appearance within a 3-season span since 1967.
👏 👏 👏 👏
Drake just won a MILLION dollars off the Warriors winning the West 💰
Andre Iguodala has made it to 7 NBA Finals.
That’s the most by a player in NBA history who never played for the Lakers or Celtics.
Although he’s not playing, Iggy has made it to the NBA Finals for the seventh time (2015-2020; 2022)
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The Warriors played their first regular-season game at the Chase Center on October 24, 2019, in a 141–122 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers. During their very next home game, on October 30 against the Phoenix Suns, fate struck: franchise favorite Steph Curry broke his hand in a collision, requiring surgery that was expected to keep him out of action for at least 3 months. This, along with Thompson's injury rehab keeping him out the entire year, sent the Warriors into a downward spiral from which they never recovered. Curry returned for one game on March 5 before the season was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Warriors were not one of the 22 teams invited to the NBA Bubble on June 4, which ended their 2019–20 season with a league-worst record of 15–50.
In May 2014, Steve Kerr became head coach of the Warriors. Starting with the 2015 playoffs, as long as they make the playoffs, they have never lost a series before the finals, with an 18-0 series record vs other Western conference opponents.
Other interesting stats:
8 were with KD, 10 without KD. (Technically 7 since KD missed parts of 2017 vs POR and 2019 vs HOU)
Warriors had home court advantage in all but 2 of these series - 2018 vs HOU and 2022 vs MEM
In the WCF, Warriors have swept twice (2017 and 19), won in 5 twice (15 and 22), and won in 7 twice (16 and 18)
In the West in general they have swept 5 teams, beat 7 teams in 5, beat 4 teams in 6 and beat 2 teams in 7.
In the Curry era they have won at least one road game in all 26 playoff series, starting from 2013 playoffs.
They have never lost any playoff series in less than 6 games
As if things couldn't get any worse for the Mavs, Draymond decided to turn the clock back to 2016 and give the Warriors a solid all around performance.
6-7 from the field, 1-1 from 3 and 4-4 from the FT line.