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Chris Paul's Yo-Yo Dribble Never Gets Old Chris Paul's Yo-Yo Dribble Never Gets Old

Last night, the Houston Rockets blew past the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals by getting a little more lively on offense and moving the ball. That is cool and good for them, but let’s be honest: the best thing about the game was Chris Paul’s dribbling.

Steph Curry Will Have To Take Over At Some Point Steph Curry Will Have To Take Over At Some Point

It’s been over two weeks since Steph Curry returned from his knee injury to make the Warriors fully operational for the latter stages of the playoffs, and his results have been mixed. He made the Warriors look invincible once again in his first game back against the Pelicans, but he’s been up and down in the five…

The Desperate Rockets Beat The Warriors, And It Was Actually Fun To Watch The Desperate Rockets Beat The Warriors, And It Was Actually Fun To Watch

The Rockets can pass! That’s the most stunning takeaway from their 127-105 win against the Warriors tonight, which evened the Western Conference Finals at one game apiece and introduced a prettier, more kinetic version of the Rockets than the team that won 65 games in the regular season. Game 2 saw Houston move away…

The Rockets Have Nothing For Kevin Durant The Rockets Have Nothing For Kevin Durant

The Rockets had a plan. They were going to force Steph Curry to defend James Harden one-on-one, stick longer defenders on Curry to harass him on the perimeter, use Clint Capela’s length to disrupt Draymond Green’s pick-and-roll maneuvers, and pounce on any defensive lapses by kicking it out to their army of shooters.…

The Warriors Are Better Than The Rockets The Warriors Are Better Than The Rockets

Look. If we are being honest with each other, here, let’s acknowledge what we all know: The Rockets are 100 percent dead in this series, have virtually no chance whatsoever even to push it to a seventh game, and could spend Game 2 jump-kicking each other in the face for all the good they can do by even trying to make…

Warriors Edge Out The Rockets In The Game 1 Everybody Expected Warriors Edge Out The Rockets In The Game 1 Everybody Expected

In a game that saw the two best teams in basketball each play exactly how you’d expect them to, the Golden State Warriors beat the Rockets in Houston, 119-106, to take a 1-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals. Despite the best efforts of James Harden and his 41 points, the Warriors managed to expose the Rockets’…

LIVE: We're Simulating Tonight's Warriors-Rockets Game In NBA Live 96 LIVE: We're Simulating Tonight's Warriors-Rockets Game In NBA Live 96

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Let The Cool Players Try To Trash Each Other Let The Cool Players Try To Trash Each Other

Here is a thing that happens way too often in the NBA: Two teams with stars at the same position face each other and, instead of the cool stars checking each other, so that they are competing directly at both ends of the floor, the coaches assign various other designated defenders to do the job of getting crossed-over…

The Warriors Are Infuriatingly Too Pretty To Hate The Warriors Are Infuriatingly Too Pretty To Hate

The Pelicans had earned a fleeting lead towards the end of Game 5's second quarter last night. They’d sunk five straight shots from four different guys, with the one-browed god Anthony Davis doubling up on feral dunks. Both these teams are lean and love to run, and at this point the tempo was furious, the ball…

The Rockets Better Not Fuck This Up The Rockets Better Not Fuck This Up

The Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors wrapped up their five-game eliminations of, respectively, the Utah Jazz and New Orleans Pelicans last night. Like the series they ended, neither game was particularly closely contested; both losing teams did just enough to preserve their dignity and no more. That’s more…

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Bay Area TV Reporter Resigns After Stealing Warriors Employee's Jacket  Bay Area TV Reporter Resigns After Stealing Warriors Employee's Jacket 

Mike Shumann, a longtime sportscaster for KGO-TV in San Francisco, has announced his resignation after being caught on camera last month taking a jacket that belonged to the Golden State Warriors’ director of team security.

God Bless Playoff Rondo God Bless Playoff Rondo

The Pelicans grabbed a vital and unexpected win in their second-round series against the Warriors Friday night, in a game that was never close after the Pelicans ripped off a 10-1 run near the start of the second half. Anthony Davis and Jrue Holiday were fabulous; Nikola Mirotic got loose for a double-double on some…

Rajon Rondo's Really Trying To Bug Draymond Green

The Warriors facing the Pelicans in the second round means that two notorious shit-stirrers will be on the court together, and even if the series result is lopsided, the antics of Rajon Rondo and Draymond Green will compensate for it in entertainment.

Draymond Green Dares Charles Barkley To Punch Him In The Face Draymond Green Dares Charles Barkley To Punch Him In The Face

As he often does during Inside the NBA, a show designed to bait its hosts into late-night ramblings, Charles Barkley got to talking shit last night. Specifically about Warriors forward Draymond Green:

Steph Curry Makes The Warriors Invincible  Steph Curry Makes The Warriors Invincible 

The version of the Golden State Warriors that dispatched the Spurs in five games and cruised to a blowout Game 1 win against the Pelicans is a fine NBA team. One that, if not destined to, certainly looked capable of winning the title while being led by top-five NBA player Kevin Durant. The version of the Golden State…

The Warriors Revved Up And Beat The Pelicans At Their Own Game The Warriors Revved Up And Beat The Pelicans At Their Own Game

There was a short period during the first quarter of Saturday’s Game 1 between the Pelicans and the Warriors when it looked like the Warriors were a little flustered by New Orleans’s frenetic pace. That five-game first-round series with the Spurs was downright sluggish, by Warriors standards: at 95.75 possessions per…

The Pelicans Actually Have A Chance To Give The Warriors Problems The Pelicans Actually Have A Chance To Give The Warriors Problems

Klay Thompson doesn’t have too many ugly nights these days. It’s easy enough to isolate the one so far this postseason: On Sunday, he shot 4-of-16 from the field and logged a -18 plus-minus in the Warriors’ sole loss to the Spurs. It was a reminder that the league’s best offense can still sputter out from time to…

Report: Sports Anchor Booted From Warriors-Spurs Series After He Stole Steph Curry's Bodyguard's Jacket Report: Sports Anchor Booted From Warriors-Spurs Series After He Stole Steph Curry's Bodyguard's Jacket

Bay Area ABC7 sports anchor Mike Shumann was sent home from San Antonio and kept off the air for Sunday’s Warriors-Spurs game after he was caught stealing the jacket of the Golden State Warriors’ director of team security, according to The Athletic.

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