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Topic - Stephen Curry
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received the NBA's yearlong community assist award, spoke passionately about his charitable works, then dished out another assist to his former coach.
Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry has won the NBA's 2013-14 Kia Community Assist Seasonlong Award.
Golden State has an elite backcourt in Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, but if it wants All-Star forward Kevin Love that'll mean breaking up that duo.
The Wizards and Warriors split the season series and while John Wall and Bradley Beal and Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson played to a stalemate. So who has the better backcourt?
Jackson's three seasons with the Warriors will be remembered for the way he helped turn a perennially losing franchise into a consistent winner and the bold and bombastic way in which he did it.
As co-captains and team leaders, Stephen Curry and David Lee carry the loudest voices in the Golden State Warriors locker room, which is why what they said Monday is significant.
Two years ago, the Golden State Warriors could only dream of a 51-win regular season and back-to-back playoff appearances. Now that kind of success is expected - not celebrated.
After a first-round series filled with drama on the court and off it, the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers will put the focus back on basketball in the biggest way possible.
The Los Angeles Clippers made a silent protest against owner Donald Sterling before Game 4 of their Western Conference playoff series against Golden State. The Warriors made a different kind of statement during the game.
Chris Paul pounded his chest and shouted toward the Golden State Warriors' bench. Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan high-fived, and the Los Angeles Clippers soaked in the silence of the once-roaring, gold-shirt wearing crowd as they walked off the court together.
After getting knocked down in their playoff opener, Blake Griffin and the Clippers answered with a dominant performance in shutting down the Warriors as soon as the game began.
For all the problems he had facing the Clippers' smothering trap defense in Game 2 of their playoff series, Warriors guard Stephen Curry hopes to see more of it.
The Golden State Warriors stumbled out of the gate, missing their first eight shots while falling behind by 11 points and forcing coach Mark Jackson to call two timeouts to steady his young team.
As much as the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State Warriors don't like each other, they're a lot alike in some ways.
"He was a sign of stability for me," Curry said. "I had three coaches in three years, and he embodies what I know is good around here with the Warriors - winning and that kind of feel. It was a lot different in my first few years."
Curry said his support of Jackson stems from their bond off the court and his memories of the organization before the coach arrived: a lot of losses - and two ankle surgeries - under Don Nelson and Keith Smart.