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Does Monta Ellis Really Have the Flu?

April 8th, 2010
Golden State Warriors guard Monta Ellis has missed numerous games during the second half of this NBA season, after playing nearly every game and minute before the trade deadline. It seems like the Warriors were showcasing Ellis for other teams. Their plan did work for a while. Several teams were interested ...

Warriors Find Themselves Three Succesful D-League Players

March 26th, 2010
With the amount of injuries the Golden State Warriors have had this season, it's only reasonable that they try to recruit some new, young players from the NBA's Developmental League. Five players have been called up from the D-League this year by Golden State, which is tied for the most ...

Exclusive Interview with Anthony Morrow: Going From No One To Some One

March 17th, 2010
Going undrafted can be hard for a player, but it does not necessarily mean that you won't be playing in the National Basketball Association, well at least if you can play like guard Anthony Morrow.   “I wanted to get drafted, I watched the draft, but I had feeling I probably wasn't ...

Five Moves the Golden State Warriors Should Make This Offseason

March 5th, 2010
When a franchise has been as sad to watch as the Golden State Warriors have been for the past few years, you know there is always room for improvement. For the Dubs, there are five key things that they should do this offseason in order to stop being the laughingstock ...

The Golden State Warriors’ Top Five Scorers of the Past Decade

February 22nd, 2010
The Golden State Warriors have been a good offensive team for a while.  Their defense, on the other hand, has not really been as existent, but their offense always kept their games entertaining, even though most of them ended up in the loss column for the Dubs.   There has been a ...

Memo to Golden State Warriors: Corey Maggette Must Go

November 27th, 2009
It's no secret that the Golden State Warriors have been a much better team without their former captain, Stephen Jackson. Not only has the ball movement improved, but the overall chemistry has gotten higher and defense has been more efficient. Now that one of the bums is gone, it's ...

Player Profile: Golden State Warriors’ Kelenna Azubuike

November 11th, 2009
Coming from the D-League into the NBA, Kelenna Azubuike was a good fit for the Warriors, a team known for giving D-Leaguers a chance to prove themselves. Azubuike seems to be one of the better players to come out of the developmental organization. He is one of the strongest guards in ...