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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Oracle Arena
Steve Blake arrived in the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday afternoon, checked into a hotel and headed straight to Oracle Arena for the first time as a member of the home team.
Nobody expected much from the Philadelphia 76ers this season.
By the time reporters were allowed in the visiting locker room at Oracle Arena late Monday night, most of the Philadelphia 76ers already had cleared out.
Bradley Beal's 20 points help the Wizards overcome bad shooting and turnovers, as Washington gets backs to .500 for the seventh time this season after an 88-85 win over Golden State.
The first time these teams played, Golden State still was able to go on a 30-5 run with Stephen Curry being kept under wraps by John Wall.
The Golden State Warriors, gave up almost 120 points per game in a recent stretch of four losses in five games, but they believe they've fixed that problem going into Tuesday's game vs. the Wizards.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Worn out after a long road trip on the East Coast, the Golden State Warriors were looking forward to getting some rest back home no matter what happened Friday night.
Kicks in the ankles. Forearms to the throat. Elbows at the head. Illegal screens. Hard shoves. Bloody lips. Puffy eyes. Body bruises. Some even done by "hit men."
Booed one year and celebrated the next, Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob feels "a little bit" vindicated now.
Can you hear me now?
Sitting along the shore and staring at one of the world's most majestic metropolitan views, Joe Lacob leaned over to hear fellow Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber whisper in his ear.
The Golden State Warriors are ready to announce what many have long suspected: The franchise wants to move back to San Francisco.
Bob Myers showed up for his first game as the new general manager of the Golden State Warriors wearing the same yellow tie with diagonal blue stripes that owner Joe Lacob also had knotted around his neck.
Mark Jackson was every bit the bold and boisterous personality on his first day as coach of the Golden State Warriors that he was as a player and a broadcast analyst.