November 22, 2008 |
Dominique Davis and Steven Gamble show so much comfort and awareness playing alongside each other, one would think they had been playing together their whole lives. Actually, it has been since the fourth grade for the Sherwood seniors. "I was never the star running back, and he was never the biggest kid," Gamble said. "I'd just be a blocker, but I know where [Davis] is going to cut. I know where I need to get in there for him. " Davis and Gamble worked like a lock and key last night for the Warriors.
April 13, 2008
Clippers 26 35 23 32 -- 116 Warriors 42 26 25 29 -- 122 Baron Davis had 25 points and nine assists, Stephen Jackson added 28 points and Golden State kept its waning playoff hopes realistic with a victory over Los Angeles. Monta Ellis and Andris Biedrins scored 17 points apiece for the Warriors, whose victory coupled with the Nuggets' 124-97 loss at Utah earlier in the night left Golden State and Denver tied for eighth place in the...
February 8, 2008
BULLS 32 18 27 37 -- 114 WARRIORS 23 24 30 31 -- 108 Chris Duhon scored a career-high 34 points, Joseph Smith had 27 and undermanned Chicago hung on for the victory, spoiling Chris Webber's return to Golden State. Duhon's 11-of-16 shooting, four three-pointers and nine assists carried the Bulls as they somehow stayed in front of the well-rested Warriors. The Bulls were playing their fourth road game in six nights without three of their top four scorers.
April 6, 2008 |
Steve Nash has been on a Cousy-esque run. The point guard for the NBA's highest-scoring team the past six seasons, Nash did it for three years in Dallas, where he dared teams to keep up with him, and three more in Phoenix, where a faster tempo and a plethora of weapons turned him into a two-time most valuable player. His run is the best for a point guard since Boston's Bob Cousy directed the league's best offense from 1952 to '57. "Steve, he's the most creative player in the game.
March 25, 2008
WARRIORS 34 38 15 28 -- 115 LAKERS 30 19 32 30 -- 111 Stephen Jackson scored six of his 31 points on two three-pointers in the final 38 1/2 seconds, and Golden State beat Los Angeles after blowing a 26-point lead. Jackson's first three-pointer gave the Warriors a 112-108 lead. After Kobe Bryant's three-pointer with 30.5 seconds left drew the Lakers within one, Jackson connected from the top of the key with 8.5 seconds left to complete the...
February 10, 2009
JAZZ 21 24 24 27 -- 96 WARRIORS 23 25 38 30 -- 116 Corey Maggette scored 24 points, and Stephen Jackson had 20 points, 10 rebounds and 8 assists to lead Golden State in the Warriors' latest impressive home victory. Kelenna Azubuike scored 16 points and C.J. Watson added 14 for the Warriors, who routed Phoenix four days earlier in Oakland behind Jackson's first career triple-double. With Jackson again catalyzing the offense, Golden State rolled past the Jazz...