2015-2016 NBA Season


Team Leaders

PPG: Stephen Curry (40.00)
RPG: Harrison Barnes (9.00)
APG: Stephen Curry (7.00)
SPG: Stephen Curry (2.00)
BPG: Andrew Bogut (2.00)


June 20, 2016 8:00AM
ORACLE Arena
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CLE 23 42 75 93
GSW 22 49 76 89
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Warriors' Steph Curry takes exception to some criticisms he's received

January 10, 2017

"Yeah, I heard the words 'slump' and 'down year' and all sorts of other ways to describe something that wasn't really a problem for me," Warriors guard Steph Curry told ESPN. Jason Miller/Getty ImagesSACRAMENTO, Calif. -- For Stephen Curry's own standards, he acknowledges his shooting statistics this season haven't been to his liking.

But the Golden State Warriors' franchise point guard told ESPN he took exception to some of the criticisms he has received, and added that there has been a healthy dose of overreaction.

"Yeah, I heard the words 'slump' and 'down year' and all sorts of other ways to describe something that wasn't really a problem for me," Curry told ESPN. "I obviously hold myself to the highest standard. Still, at this point, I'm not at the numbers I was last year, but I'm not worried about that because it's a different year. Every shot I take, I have confidence I'm going to make it, and over the course of the season, I expect that to show itself as we go along."

Curry is averaging 24.8 points per game and shooting 40 percent from 3-point range, the lowest long distance mark of his career. Furthermore, his 47 percent clip from the field is his third-lowest career percentage....

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Warriors, Wolves to play two preseason games in China

January 10, 2017

The Minnesota Timberwolves and Golden State Warriors will meet in two preseason games in China next season as part of the NBA's 2017 Global Games, Wolves owner Glen Taylor confirmed to ESPN on Monday.

Games will be held in Shenzhen and Shanghai in October.

The news was first reported by Chinese outlet Lanxiong Sports....

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Draymond Green on DeMarcus Cousins: 'Best center in the game'

January 10, 2017

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- After beating the Sacramento Kings 117-106 on Sunday night, Golden State Warriors All-Star Draymond Green declared Kings big man DeMarcus Cousins, "The best big man in the league, hands down."

"I think DeMarcus is the best center in the game," Draymond Green assessed after the game. "I think a lot of times people don't give him that credit. And a part of it is they try to downplay his status because of his reputation or getting technical fouls or things like that." Green continued, "He is the best big man in the game hands down."

Sunday's game began with a Cousins dunk against Golden State, forcing the Warriors to call timeout 18 seconds after the opening tip. Despite a good start, Cousins finished 4-of-11 for 17 points and 10 rebounds, limited to 29 minutes by early foul trouble. Cousins also received a technical foul for attacking a chair after he picked up his third foul....

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Curry leads Warriors to a big second half, win over Kings

January 09, 2017

Stephen Curry.SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Steve Kerr pulled a Gregg Popovich. One missed defensive assignment with no backdoor help on DeMarcus Cousins, and Kerr called a timeout 18 seconds into the game.

"Nobody can make a move like Pop, I'm a very cheap version of him, if at all," the Golden State coach quipped about Popovich, the longtime San Antonio coach.

"It definitely made a statement," Draymond Green said....

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Steve Kerr: 'Body language was bad' in Warriors' collapse

January 08, 2017

What started as a breakout night for Steph Curry deteriorated into a fourth-quarter collapse as the Warriors' offense hit the wall. AP Photo/Marcio Jose SanchezOAKLAND, Calif. -- Draymond Green didn't speak highly of the Golden State Warriors' fourth-quarter offense after they blew a 24-point lead at home and lost to the Memphis Grizzlies 128-119 in overtime Friday night.

"Our fourth-quarter offense has been atrocious, and I don't know if you could see," Green said. "Everyone only notices in losses, but I actually pay attention to things when we win also."

Golden State managed only 13 points in the final quarter. Before that, the defending Western Conference champions appeared to be on their way to their fifth straight victory. But the team said the offense became stagnant and movement became minimal....

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