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Latest News, Twitter / Nov 26, 2014 / 10:15 am

Bogut Is Right, Steph Curry Is “Just Silly” & Looked Like An “MVP” Last Night

Stephen Curry

Steve Kerr thinks it’s too early for MVP talk, but if the season ended today, you’d be hard pressed to find a better MVP candidate than Stephen Curry. He dropped 40 on the Heat last night as the Warriors moved to 11-2, their best start in franchise history. Read More »

Video / Nov 21, 2014 / 11:45 pm

Steph Curry Finds Andrew Bogut For Sick Alley-Oop After Behind-Back Dish

Andrew Bogut

Andrew Bogut

When the Golden State Warriors are humming, there’s not a more entertaining team in basketball. For the highlight of an utterly dominant first half performance against the Utah Jazz, Andrew Bogut flipped a behind-the-back dish to Steph Curry who returned the favor with an overhead lob that ended in an alley-oop slam for the Aussie. Read More »

GIFs / Nov 3, 2014 / 11:30 am

GIF: Robin Lopez’s Emphatic Flush On Andrew Bogut

Robin Lopez, Andrew Bogut

Early in the third quarter, before Klay Thompson had detonated for his poster-worthy jam, Robin Lopez was alone at the top of the arc with his man, Andrew Bogut hedging towards LaMarcus Aldridge. When Nic Batum swung the ball to Robin, he and his Sideshow Bob hair took one dribble and flushed it right on Bogut’s dome. Read More »

GIFs / Oct 25, 2014 / 12:15 pm

GIF: Andrew Bogut Goes Around The Back, Throws Perfect Outlet For Dunk

Andrew Bogut

For his first two seasons in a Golden State Warriors uniform, Andrew Bogut was little more than defensive anchor. It speaks to his immense value in only such a role that his impact on the Warriors still loomed so large despite his skills on the other end being wholly underutilized. But Steve Kerr has rocked the boat in the Bay, and the all-court playmaking prowess that the former number one pick showed so frequently as a Milwaukee Buck has finally returned. Watch Bogut grab the loose ball, go around his back, and throw a perfect, 65-foot, baseball-style outlet to Andre Iguodala for the flush. Read More »

NBA / Oct 24, 2014 / 4:30 pm

The Top 20 Centers In The NBA Right Now

Marc Gasol, Joakim Noah

The true center is a dying position, but big men haven’t been completely scrapped in terms of their relevance and impact in the NBA. Despite being erased from the All-Star ballot two seasons ago, when you peruse a box score the position is still manned by someone — even if only in name.

The league has a laundry-list of talented big men, but we wanted to ascertain who might be the best at the center position, so we compiled a list of the best in the NBA today. What you will find here are the names of players manning the middle who are important to their teams based on both previous history/accolades and potential impact this coming season. Stats and analytics tell the story for some, while untapped talent and opportunity tell the story for others. It’s all relevant. Read More »

Latest News / Oct 13, 2014 / 6:45 pm

Warriors Center Andrew Bogut Is Now Shooting Free Throws Left-Handed

Andrew Bogut

Andrew Bogut used to simply be a poor free throw shooter. Before a gruesome right elbow injury late in the 2010 season that’s left him unable to fully extend his shooting arm, the Aussie center shot a meager but hardly horrible 60.1 percent from the line. In the four seasons since, Bogut has quietly devolved into one of basketball’s most ineffective players from the charity stripe. He’s connected on only 44.2 percent of his free throw attempts since 2010-2011, and his struggles reached a nadir last season with the Golden State Warriors when Bogut made a hideous 34.4 percent of his tries. Finally fed up with his wholesale labors from the line, Bogut is trying to fix them in 2014-2015. How? By shooting free throws left-handed, of course. Read More »

Latest News / Sep 26, 2014 / 3:45 pm

Steve Kerr Stresses Ball Movement As Key To Oft-Stagnant Warriors Offense

Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr has already said he plans on lessening the offensive load of Stephen Curry this season. Speaking with reporters yesterday, the Golden State Warriors coach laid out broad strokes of his offensive system that will help do exactly that. Read More »

Smack / Sep 25, 2014 / 2:30 pm

Andrew Bogut Says Dante Exum Critics “Need To Pull Their Heads Out”

Andrew Bogut

Utah Jazz rookie Dante Exum was barely a blip on the radar for Australia at the FIBA World Cup. The fifth pick of the 2014 draft averaged just 2.7 points and 12 minutes per game while shooting 33 percent from the field in Spain, paltry numbers that were even inflated due to Australia resting its starters for a game that Exum scored 12 points and played 31 minutes. Some league followers took Exum’s basic FIBA no-show as further confirmation that he simply isn’t ready for NBA competition in 2014-2015. For those detractors, fellow countryman and Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut has some pointed advice. Read More »

NBA / Sep 20, 2014 / 2:15 pm

Warriors’ Oft-Damaged Andrew Bogut Says Avoiding Injury Is “To Be A Puss”

Andrew Bogut

In Andrew Bogut‘s last season in Milwaukee (2012-13), he only appeared in 12 games. In his first season in Golden State, he played in 32 games after offseason microfracture surgery. Last season, he totaled only 67 games with a shoulder injury and was kept him out of Golden State’s final regular-season games and their seven-game first-round series against the Clippers with a fractured rib. The Aussie center recently told Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle his body “feels great” before offering a unique perspective on staying healthy. Read More »

NBA / Apr 18, 2014 / 5:00 pm

8 Keys To Watch For In The NBA Playoffs This Weekend

Manu Ginobili

The NBA postseason is upon us and it should be a great one. The Western Conference has three can’t-miss first-round series, while the elite teams in the East look to get by some of the new faces in the playoffs.

For teams like San Antonio, Miami, Oklahoma City and Brooklyn, the most important key to the first round is to stay healthy. San Antonio and Brooklyn have veteran rosters and will need the extra rest to stay healthy throughout the playoffs. Read More »