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Topic - Stephen Curry
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.
As the buzzer sounded at the end of the final home game of the regular season, players surrounded Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson for a group hug - then began jumping and dancing around him.
LaMarcus Aldridge said an overtime thriller over Golden State was good preparation for the looming postseason.
Stephen Curry realizes a playoff berth is still a precious commodity for the Golden State Warriors, who have spent the majority of their existence watching the postseason from their collective couches in the Bay Area.
Kenneth Farried watched the Golden State Warriors celebrate enough victories against the Denver Nuggets during last year's playoffs.
After another weird week in a season full of drama, the Golden State Warriors figured winning was the best way to quiet the growing chatter surrounding coach Mark Jackson's job.
The San Antonio Spurs continue to win big and to rest players, and the limited minutes are starting to show in the revival of Tim Duncan's game.
The NBA says a block by Golden State's Jermaine O'Neal that set up Stephen Curry's game-winning shot in overtime at Dallas should have been ruled goaltending.
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for a couple of clutch jumpers, and Jermaine O'Neal stepped up on both sides of the floor.
Stephen Curry stepped up again and hit another key shot for Golden State in the closing minutes.
Sweating out a win against the NBA's worst team isn't usually a cause for celebration.
After wearing down in the playoffs last season, the Golden State Warriors are starting to learn how to win without being at full strength at times this year.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson has been joking about "getting my Pop on" every time he sits a key player with a nagging injury the past couple of weeks.
"I expect that kind of attack all series," Curry said. "I have to be patient with the ball and make the right read and look for the weak-side shooter, that's how you attack a double team."
"A big way to start the series," Curry said. "We've been resilient all year. We're not going to quit."