Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry will be named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player for the second year straight in 2016. His dominant season came in a year when the Warriors surpassed the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls’ single-season win record, going 73–9. Curry becomes the 11th player in NBA history to win back-to-back MVP awards, joining LeBron James, Steve Nash and Tim Duncan as the players to accomplish that feat since 2000. Here's a look at "The Baby Faced Assassin" through the years.
Just before the Warriors made their final preparations for the season’s biggest stage to date, head coach Steve Kerr brought the team back to the basics - as only he can. [...] on his leave of absence while recovering from two offseason back surgeries, Kerr decided to address the team right before Tuesday’s shootaround.
This fall is going to see plenty of historical nostalgia around the 100th Grey Cup, and celebrations looking back at the first Grey Cup in 1909 have already started. One of the most interesting moments in Grey Cup history is … Continue reading →
The last time the Warriors saw Portland, the Blazers rudely greeted the visitors with a 32-point loss Feb. 19. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined to make 15 three-pointers and score 71 points in a 128-112 laugher over the Blazers on Friday night at Oracle Arena. Added to the Warriors’ 18 long balls, the teams combined for the most threes in a game in NBA history. Thompson scored a game-high 37 points on 8-of-11 three-point shooting, to go along with six rebounds. Curry had 34 points on…