CSN Bay Area "Standing in front of his cubicle in the Warriors locker room prior to their game against the Mavericks on Wednesday night at Oracle Arena, Jermaine O'Neal was candid and a bit sentimental. His right wrist is in such pain, he said, that he simply cannot continue without some kind of remedy. He..." December 12
San Francisco Chronicle "Stephen Curry punched the back of a courtside chair, Mark Jackson's voice apparently echoed outside the halftime locker room, and Klay Thompson showed the slightest glimpse of on-court emotion. After weeks of Jackson pleading with the Warriors to regain their identity, they seemingly had to act..." December 12
Golden State is bringing up forward Hilton Armstrong out of Santa Cruz of the D-League, sources tell Yahoo Sports.
San Francisco Chronicle "The first time Monta Ellis emerged from the visitors' locker room at Oracle Arena to play against the only franchise he had ever known, he was in an emotional whirlwind. When he trots onto the court in a Dallas uniform Wednesday night, he'll have his feelings in check. "It's a different..." December 11
USA Today "Addressing the NBA's weak Eastern Conference on Sirius XM Radio's new NBA channel, deputy commissioner Adam Silver said Monday the league's competition committee will examine if divisions have outlived their usefulness. "One thing I have learned from David (Stern) over all those years ... is..." December 10
Charlotte Observer "The Charlotte Bobcats are winning because they’re guarding, and that was true even on the night they allowed the most points this season. Coach Steve Clifford said the first half Monday was the best defense of the season. That’s when the Bobcats held the Golden State Warriors to 35 percent..." December 10
X-rays negative on draymond green ankle. Just a sprain.
Toney Douglas is available for tonight's game vs. Charlotte, according to the Warriors.
CSN Bay Area "Marc Gasol wasn't there to offer his usual rude greeting and neither was Tony Allen. The Warriors didn’t care and shouldn't care. Bullied for years every time they set foot in Memphis, they simply wanted to stand up for themselves. They did that and more in a cathartic 108-82 triumph over the..." December 08
CSN Bay Area "Mark Jackson called it a "bad loss.'' He's right. Klay Thompson said there is no "excusable'' reason for it. He, too, is correct. The Warriors on Friday submitted their worst performance of the season in a tip-to-buzzer 105-83 loss to the Rockets at Toyota Center in Houston. The evening..." December 07
Houston Chronicle "For a lock-down defender, James Harden had things going offensively. Actually, for a high-scoring All-Star shooting guard, he had things going offensively. He finished drives, hit jumpers, made good decisions. He threw down a violent spike of a slam and finished with a 3-pointer. And no one seemed..." December 07
Oakland Tribune "A year ago at this time, when Andrew Bogut was in training room purgatory trying to heal his myriad injuries, the Warriors would have dreaded a three-game trip like the one that starts Friday night against Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets. It's still a foreboding junket. The Warriors will..." December 06
Grantland "Part 3 To honor the great Larry Bird, Bill and Jalen have decided to do a leaguewide wrap-up every 33 days, or, as they call it, every Birdmester. In this episode — Part 3 of our video series — Bill and Jalen praise the funniest YouTube video, the biggest media-created controversy, the most..." December 06
Grantland "Bill and Jalen are back! To honor the great Larry Bird, Bill and Jalen have decided to do a league-wide wrap-up every 33 days — or, as they call it, every Birdmester. In their first episode, they crown the best team in the league, the best tanking performance thus far, the league’s least valuable..." December 05
San Jose Mercury News "Jermaine O'Neal has been playing with a sprained right wrist, which is technically a tear of the ligaments, but there are no plans for the Warriors backup center to have surgery. The severity of the injury is unknown, as the Warriors aren't saying. O'Neal, according to team sources, has had the..." December 05
Oakland Tribune "The Warriors transformed what would have been their worst, ugliest, flattest defeat of the season Tuesday into one of their most inspiring, scintillating comeback victories in many a year. Would you believe 51 years, in fact? With 9:20 to go in the third quarter against the Toronto Raptors, the..." December 04
Mark Jackson said Iguodala and Douglas are out for tomorrow's game vs. Toronto. He'll decide soon if they'll travel to Hou, Mem, Cha.
Contra Costa Times "Warriors coach Mark Jackson said Sunday that injured Andre Iguodala, who did not make the trip for Sunday's game against the Sacramento Kings, is getting "closer and closer" to returning. "We'll stay true to the process as usual and look forward to having him back," Jackson said of Iguodala,..." December 02
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry scored 36 points, including the game-clinching free throws with 8.6 seconds left as the Warriors held off the Kings 115-113 on Sunday at Sleep Train Arena. The victory allowed the Warriors to finish their four-game road trip with a 2-2 record. It was Curry and more Curry down..." December 02
The Oklahoman "Scott Brooks couldn't believe it. No one could. But when the Thunder coach turned toward the crowd, placed both hands atop his head and said over and over “Oh my God,” his raw reaction illustrated just how incredible the final sequence was. Russell Westbrook nailed an improbable..." November 30
CBSSports.com "Agents and executives predict this will be a very active trade season in the NBA, for obvious reasons. As the standings begin to sort themselves out, the calendar marches along and injuries mount, the usual trigger points for deals will intensify. In addition to the contenders looking to..." November 29
CBSSports.com "Remember how Mark Jackson called the Nuggets out last postseason for what he perceived as "dirty play," citing a Denver mole that fed him such information? Here's what Jackson said following Game 5: "They tried to send hit men on (Stephen Curry), but I give them credit... There were some..." November 29
Dallas Morning News "When Rick Carlisle gives thanks on this special day, his blessing is going to last awhile. If he starts with Dirk Nowitzki – and after Wednesday’s 103-99 victory over Golden State, he will – he’ll quickly move on to a long list of important players who helped the Mavericks stop their two-game..." November 28
Warriors head coach Mark Jackson ruled out Andre Iguodala (left hamstring) for at least the team's three-game road trip in NOP, DAL & OKC.
San Francisco Chronicle "With Andrew Bogut cheering and tweeting from a nearby hotel, his understudy made many of the big plays in the Warriors' 102-101 victory Tuesday night over the Pelicans. Bogut was serving a one-game suspension for his part in Saturday's altercation with Portland, so the Warriors turned to..." November 27
Jermaine O'Neal is listed in the starting lineup
Contra Costa Times "Mark Jackson doesn’t share your panic. Yes, the Warriors have lost three straight and have fallen to the middle of the pack in the Western Conference. But as they take on the upstart New Orleans Pelicans tonight, Jackson described his bunch as … you guessed it … “fine.” “We’re a team that’s..." November 26
Inside Hoops "Golden State Warriors center Ognjen Kuzmic underwent successful surgery yesterday on his right hand, the team announced. The procedure, which was performed by Dr. William Maloney and Dr. Amy Ladd at the Stanford Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine Clinic, was necessary to repair the fractured..." November 26
Fallout from Warriors-Blazers scuffle Sat. night: I'm told Andrew Bogut, Mo Williams suspended 1 game; D. Green, Matthews, Aldridge fined.
SB Nation "The Warriors and Trail Blazers got into a skirmish in the third quarter and three players were ejected. The Golden State Warriors and Portland Trail Blazers broke into a brawl during the third quarter of their game Saturday night. Mo Williams, Wesley Matthews (given his second technical foul of..." November 24
CSN Northwest "Man, was this some game, but first, the actual game. The Portland Trail Blazers earn their 10th victory in a row by taking down the Golden State Warriors 113-101 Saturday night at Oracle Arena. Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge started the game off sluggish, similar to last night against..." November 24
Warriors F Andre Iguodala, I'm told, will not have to have surgery on his hamstring. No word yet on a timeline.
Andre Iguodala's MRI exam showed a strained left hamstring. He's out indefinitely, according to the team.
Andre Iguodala officially listed as "doubtful" for tonight's game. No word yet on Curry who is listed as "day-to-day" (like all of us).
Andre Iguodala said he felt a pop in his left hamstring. "That's when I knew it was serious. ... I can't even walk right now."
Los Angeles Times "print Comments 3 Email Share 18 The Lakers took advantage of a depleted Golden State Warriors squad to take a 102-95 victory at Staples Center on Friday night. Playing without point guard Stephen Curry (concussion) and backup point guard Toney Douglas, the Warriors also lost their..." November 23
Oakland Tribune "Warriors coach Mark Jackson said he doesn't like the uneasiness he's felt about his bench lately. He prefers to view his reserves as a strategic move to impact the game in his team's favor, not an unnerving roller coaster. "When you go to your bench, the good teams either keep the game where it..." November 22
CSN Bay Area "As Warriors coach Mark Jackson asks for more production and general manager Bob Myers window shops for potential help, the team's unreliable bench soon should begin looking as it did when training camp opened eight weeks ago. The Warriors had six players worthy of starting: Stephen Curry, Klay..." November 22
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry was cleared for non-contact drills on Thursday before participating in an optional morning shootaround, CSNBayArea.com has learned. The point guard is still listed as day-to-day. His status for Friday's game against the Lakers in Los Angeles is uncertain. "He's a big-time..." November 22
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors expect to have Stephen Curry back in the lineup to face the Lakers on Friday, and there are at least 30.3 reasons why they really, really need him. In two games without Curry, the Warriors are 0-2 and average 77 points. In eight games with Curry, the Warriors are 8-2 and average..." November 22
Steph Curry (concussion) was cleared for non-contact drills drills and did quite a bit of shooting at Thursday's light practice in L.A.
Oakland Tribune "If you needed a gauge for how important Stephen Curry is to the Warriors, watch the replay of Golden State's 88-81 overtime loss to Memphis on Wednesday night. With Curry in a blazer, out because of a mild concussion, the Warriors had no choice but to play right into the Grizzlies' hands. And..." November 21
Arizona Republic "Reality may be setting in on the Suns. After surprising just about everybody by winning five of their first seven games and playing competitively on the road in losses to Oklahoma City and San Antonio, the Suns lost their fourth in a row Wednesday night. This time they fell hard, 113-106, to..." November 21
NBA.com "Players Will Practice With Santa Cruz Team This Afternoon At Warriors Practice Facility In Downtown Oakland The Golden State Warriors have assigned Dewayne Dedmon, Ognjen Kuzmic and Nemanja Nedovic to the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced today. The three..." November 20
NBA.com "Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been diagnosed with a mild concussion after hitting his head on the court during the fourth quarter of last night’s 98-87 victory at Utah. The only symptom at this time is a headache, which has dissipated since last night. Curry will not play in tomorrow night’s..." November 20
San Francisco Chronicle "The Warriors already knew they could find ways to win when their sharpshooting backcourt had one of those rare off nights. On Monday, they discovered that they could find a way to blow out an opponent even with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson a bit cold from the floor. The Warriors' defense..." November 19
Jermaine O'Neal has a bruised right knee and minor strained right groin, according to Warriors. He's out tonight vs. Utah and then day 2 day
With the injury to Jermaine O'Neal, Golden State plans to sign center Dewayne Dedmon of Santa Cruz in D-League, league sources tell Yahoo.
San Francisco Chronicle "Well after the Warriors' 102-88 victory Saturday night, two of the team's top decision-makers stood deep inside Oracle Arena and discussed how to replace injured Jermaine O'Neal. The conversation got so extreme that they entertained asking assistant coach Brian Scalabrine to come out of..." November 18
CSN Bay Area "Warriors backup center Jermaine O'Neal slipped to the floor early in the fourth quarter of Saturday night's 102-88 win over Utah and sustained a right knee sprain and right groin strain. O'Neal's status will not be determined until he undergoes additional tests on Sunday. The 18th-year..." November 17