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Golden State Warriors 2014-2015 News and Updates
8/18/14 – The 2014-2015 Golden State Warriors schedule was unleashed last Wednesday and, with last year's playoff team left intact, much anticipation is building on the 82-game slate. How will this high-scoring team fare with a new coaching staff? The Warriors open up their season on the road with a game against the Sacramento Kings on Oct. 29. Rookie head coach Steven Kerr's big debut home opener is set on Nov. 1 against the Los Angeles Lakers at Oracle Arena. Recall the blood-sweat-and-tears Game 7 of Round 1? Buy Golden State Warriors tickets now and be in the stands for the rematch everyone is itching to see. On Nov. 5, the Warriors play their second home game against the visiting Clippers, while Christmas Day will see the Steph Curry-led squad down in Los Angeles, for another game against Blake Griffin and company.
5/2/14 - Lost in all the off-court hoo-haw over the Los Angeles Clippers the last several days is the fact that they are being challenged by a very good team – the Golden State Warriors. Though the Warriors took advantage of home atmosphere and a clearly distracted opponent in Game 4 this past weekend, Golden State found themselves on the short end in Game 5, falling by 113-103 and down 3-2 in the series. While sharpshooters Steph Curry and Klay Thompson have been as-advertised all series, one veteran name which has seen more ink than it has in a while, center Jermaine O’Neal, fell off a bit in Game 5, scoring just eight points and pulling down five rebounds. Golden State reserves scored just 19 points, while O’Neal was the only reserve to make a presence felt under the glass.
4/17/14 - Bad luck for Golden State. Before their last game, a 130-120 comeback win over Minnesota, center Andrew Bogut was pulled from competition due to a broken rib. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Bugut initially suffered the injury in a loss to Denver, then had it made worse in the fourth quarter of an overtime loss to Portland. The break is apparently very close to Bogut’s lung, and playing further would risk puncturing the lung, Bogut told the Chronicle. Even without their big man, the Warriors still had enough weapons to handle Minnesota; Stephen Curry lit up the T-Wolves for 32 points, 15 assists, and five rebounds, while David Lee had 25 points and nine boards, and Klay Thompson put up 20 points, as did reserve Draymond Green. Expect to see more of veteran Jermaine O’Neal in the middle for the Warriors; O’Neal collected 10 points, four rebounds and a steal against Minnesota.
4/10/14 - One would think with the Golden State Warriors being on the brink of clinching a playoff spot in the highly competitive Western Conference, that all would be sunshine and roses around Oracle Arena. Not according to the San Francisco Chronicle, who recently wondered in print whether Warriors owner Joe Lacob might be running out of patience with head coach Mark Jackson. The Warriors have lost one assistant coach and demoted a second; and even though the squad is on the doorstep of its first 50 win season in 20 years (currently at 48 wins), several key players including Andrew Bogut, David Lee and Andre Iguodala are less than completely healthy as the NBA Playoffs approach rapidly.
4/2/14 - His stroke is featured in the latest ESPN the Magazine, how he is reinventing the art of shooting the basketball. So it was no surprise – or April Fool’s gag – that the Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry dropped a game-winning 20-footer with just over two seconds left in overtime to give the Warriors a clutch 122-120 win in Dallas. Curry, with 23 points and 10 assists, was one of three Warriors who broke the 20-point plateau; Klay Thompson led Golden State’s scoring with 27 points for the evening, while veteran center Jermaine O’Neal combined 20 points with eight rebounds, including the key defensive board that led to Curry’s gamer. Jordan Crawford provided 19 points off the bench, while Andre Iguodala chipped in 16 points and eight rebounds.
3/26/14 - After winning three straight, two at home, the Golden State Warriors fell to conference leading San Antonio, 99-90, last weekend, also at Oracle Arena. The Warriors were unable to use a 54-40 advantage in rebounding to their benefit; the Warriors’ battle of the boards was led by Andrew Bogut’s 17; Bogut also had four blocked shots, while his offensive output was negligible at just two points at 1-of-7 shooting from the field. Stephen Curry led the Warriors in scoring with 20, while backcourt mate Klay Thompson added 16. Forward David Lee is hoping a strained hamstring will allow him to take the court this weekend when next the Warriors play, against Memphis.
3/19/14 - After losing unexpectedly at home to Cleveland, the Golden State Warriors pulled back together, earning a tough 113-112 overtime win on the road in Portland, then coming back to Oracle Arena to easily handle Orlando, 103-89. Even though the Warriors were without a pair of key players in Andre Iguodala and Andrew Bogut, starters Stephen Curry (23 points), David Lee and Klay Thompson (20 points each) took care of business for Golden State. Lee was tops on the squad with 10 rebounds while Draymond Green collected nine. Iguodala is expected to be out for another few games, suffering from tendinitis in the right knee.
3/13/14 - Winners of their last five straight, the Golden State Warriors Are solidifying themselves as a playoff team. After finishing an Eastern road trip with a pair of wins (at Indiana and Boston), the Warriors have knocked off Atlanta, Phoenix, and Dallas; and only Phoenix came close (113-107), but the Warriors used a 16-0 third quarter run which put them up by 15. Stephen Curry finally got a little rest for his sore quadriceps muscle in his leg after scoring 19 points in 30 minutes against Phoenix; he played just 22 minutes in the most recent win over Dallas. Jordan Crawford, with 19 points off the bench, led Warriors scorers, while frontcourt starters David Lee (11) and Andrew Bogut (10) led in rebounding.
3/6/14 - Golden State bolstered their resume as a legitimate title contender on March 4, becoming the only Western team to knock off the East’s top two teams, Indiana and Miami, on the road. The Warriors slipped past the Pacers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, 98-96, on Klay Thompson’s 12-footer with less than a second on the clock. Thompson’s 25 points were a team high for the Warriors; Stephen Curry contributed 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists in the winning effort as well. Center Andrew Bogut’s offensive contribution was
minimal – three points – but Bogut recorded three blocked shots and six boards.
2/27/14 - Golden State started a long road trip through the Eastern Conference on the right foot, defeating the Detroit Pistons 104-96 at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Stephen Curry naturally led the Warriors in scoring, collecting 19 points along with Klay Thompson. Big man Jermaine O’Neal collected 16 points and 10 boards along with three blocked shots as an anchor for the Warriors’ defense. Speaking of O’Neal, the San Francisco Chronicle newspaper recently noted that O’Neal called a team meeting shortly after the All Star break, and credited his speaking at that meeting with breaking the Warriors “out of their inconsistent plod through the end of January and into February.”
2/21/14 - Golden State guard Stephen Curry had a bit of a disappointing time at the NBA’s All Star Weekend last weekend. Curry failed to advance out of the first round of the three point shooting contest, ultimately tying Kyrie Irving from Cleveland and Minnesota’s Kevin Love. As a starting guard for the West in Sunday’s All Star Game, Curry scored 12 points but dished out 11 assists in the loss. However, back in action for the Warriors, Curry lit up the Miami Heat for 29 points and seven assists in a one-point loss to the defending champs.
2/7/14 - If you ask the Golden State Warriors sharpshooter Stephen Curry, the Warriors still have room for improvement. “I feel like we are underachieving right now,” Curry told the Oakland Tribune in the aftermath of Golden State’s 102-87 win over the Chicago Bulls on February 6. “I feel we can only control what’s ahead of us.” Ahead for the Warriors? Visits from Philadelphia and Miami before the All Star break; then a trip to Sacramento, followed by home tilts with Houston and Brooklyn.
1/31/14 - Is there another NorCal vs. SoCal sports rivalry developing? When it comes to the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Clippers, the answer is clearly yes – just ask Warriors coach Mark Jackson, who told CSN Bay Area, “(Y)ou’re jockeying for playoff position in the same division, it makes it exciting.” When the two squads met in Oakland on Christmas night, multiple ejections ensued; but not so much on January 30, when Golden State handed their rivals a 19-point loss, never trailing at any time in the game.
1/10/14 – The Road Warriors run may be over as the Nets topped Golden State Wednesday, snapping the team’s 10-game win streak and stripping them of an NBA record, but Stephen Curry and co. remain one of the hottest teams in the league. Game-winning buckets, a 70 point second half, and an improved defense are creating havoc for competitors. The next road game for the GSW is a must-see when they travel to Oklahoma City to take on the Thunder. Two of the league’s most explosive and exciting teams will take the hardwood for the third time this season following two last-second buzzer beaters that have the Western Conference foes tied 1-1. The last time OKC came to “Roaracle”, Andre Iguodala hit a fading jumper as the buzzer sounded to give the Warriors the win. 2014 Golden State Warriors tickets on the road are averaging $199, $91 less than a ticket at Oracle Arena.
2/20/14 - It's the world turned upside down. Traditional Western powers like the Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns are struggling for success, while longtime cellar-dwellers like the Golden State Warriors are reaching out for success and winning traditions, and so far, the Warriors are doing it mostly right. Even though they're currently in the midst of a losing streak, the Warriors are hanging in there in the thick of the playoff chase; they’re getting the job done; sandwiched in between their division rivals in Los Angeles, even though they have a barely negative difference in points per game scored vs. points per game allowed.
Point guard Stephen Curry is not only getting the ball to his teammates — leading the team in assists per game — but he is also leading in scoring as well. Forward David Lee and shooting guard Klay Thompson are also valuable contributors to the Warrior cause, along with Harrison Barnes and Festus Ezeli. Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry provide valuable minutes off the bench when the situation warrants. Fiery coach Mark Jackson — a former NBA all-star point guard himself — needs to get his players working harder to improve their scoring defense if the Warriors are to have any postseason success at Oracle Arena this year.
Warriors tickets average $111 at Oracle Arena; the young team's success has made it one of the ten most watched home teams in the NBA this season. Cheap Warriors basketball tickets start at under $5 — one of the best NBA tickets deals in 2013. Surprisingly, Golden State's one of the most popular road teams too, with an average road game tickets price of $111. What are the best games on the 2013 Warriors schedule? Upcoming Golden State Warriors home games include matchups with the San Antonio Spurs (2/22), Houston Rockets (3/8), New York Knicks (3/11), Chicago Bulls (3/15), and LA Lakers (3/25).
Golden State Warriors 2014-2015 Season
For the second year in a row, the Golden State Warriors earned the No. 6 seed when it came time for postseason. In round one's Battle of California, the Clippers, who proved undaunted by the media frenzy regarding their owner, dispatched the Warriors after a white-knuckle Game 7. Golden State grappled with their fair share of drama off the court last year as well. Coach Mike Jackson’s hot seat reached a boiling point when assistant coaches Scalabrine (reassigned to a D-Leage position) and Erman were dismissed. Despite all of this, the Warriors were fire on the court. Stephen Curry further established himself as a superstar in the NBA, while Klay Thompson stunned all with his shooting capabilities; Draymond Green proved to be a top forward prospect and Andrew Bogut played a lengthy season as defensive powerhouse.
Can Golden State surpass last year's early exit with less distraction from their front office? The Warriors are revived for the 2014-2015 season, touting new head coach Steven Kerr, acquiring Shaun Livingston as backup point guard, as well as former Warrior Brandon Rush, who will ramp up the bench. The franchise was left with zero draft picks in the offseason and, as such, are returning a familiar squad. Are you ready for more action from the Splash Brothers and company? Buy your Golden State Warriors tickets now and be in the stands when this improved team hits the courts in 2015!
Warriors fans held their breath when Stephen Curry left the court last night walking gingerly. Said to have sat out the fourth quarter due to a bruised left foot and a sore right knee, the star guard is expected back shortly. Klay Thompson led the way in Curry’s absence and the Warriors are now off to a 4-1 start on the season. The most indemand tickets at Oracle Arena this year, are games played against back-to-back NBA Champion, Miami Heat (2/12), Los Angeles Lakers (12/21), and Brooklyn Nets (2/22). Christmas Day in Oakland vs. Clippers is the fourth highest priced Golden State Warriors ticket this year. Compared to last season, Warriors tickets are up 60%, averaging $147 but remain $21 under the league average. On Tuesday the team announced that they would cap season-ticket sales at 14,500 and start a waiting list.
With one of the most exciting young teams in the NBA, the Warriors look to build on last season’s unexpected second-round playoff run. The addition of veteran free agent Andre Iguodala adds playmaking and toughness to an already talented lineup featuring sharpshooter Stephen Curry, who broke the single-season record for 3-pointers last season. Second-year coach Mark Jackson and the team open their season on 10/30 at Oracle Arena against the Lakers. The schedule also features a Christmas Day matchup at home against the Los Angeles Clippers.