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Hawks end losing skid, hand Warriors worst NBA record

[ad_1] ATLANTA -- If there was ever a time to do it, Monday's matchup against the Golden State Warriors presented the Atlanta Hawks an excellent chance to snap a double-digit losing streak -- and they didn't miss their chance."It wasn't pretty, but we'll take it," coach Lloyd Pierce said. "It feels a lot better coming in here than the last 10 games."Behind 24 points and 7 assists from Trae Young,
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Frustrated Warriors coach Steve Kerr cuts hand after breaking clipboard

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO -- Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr cut his right hand during Wednesday night's 104-90 win over the Chicago Bulls after breaking a clipboard in frustration. Kerr made light of the situation after the game, as he wore a bandage on his hand while speaking to reporters."It's a mere flesh wound," Kerr said. "I broke a clipboard. It's one of two. I'm allotted two [broken clipboards] a
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Klay Thompson makes his long-awaited Warriors return … as sideline reporter

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO -- Golden State Warriors All-Star swingman Klay Thompson served as a guest analyst for NBC Sports Bay Area during the second quarter of the network's telecast of Wednesday's 104-90 win against the Chicago Bulls. Thompson, who has been out all season while he recovers from a torn ACL in his left knee, sat at a table just off the floor in the tunnel leading to the Warriors
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Klay Thompson makes his long-awaited Warriors return … as sideline reporter

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO -- Golden State Warriors All-Star swingman Klay Thompson served as a guest analyst for NBC Sports Bay Area during the second quarter of the network's telecast of Wednesday's 104-90 win against the Chicago Bulls. Thompson, who has been out all season while he recovers from a torn ACL in his left knee, sat at a table just off the floor in the tunnel towards the Warriors locker
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Steve Kerr lauds effort of ‘Elite Eight’ amid Warriors’ injury woes

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO -- Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr says he has never seen anything quite like the injury situation his team is dealing with, while noting that he has been calling the healthy remaining players on the roster the "Elite Eight" as they continue to play under adverse circumstances."We could have used Draymond Green and D'Angelo Russell for sure," Kerr said with a bit of a chuckle after
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NBA Power Rankings Week 6 – Lakers, Bucks, Nuggets rolling –

[ad_1] The 2019-20 season is just over a month old, and we've already witnessed the abrupt fall of a dynasty, the rebirth of the Lake Show, Luka Doncic becoming appointment television and, of course, the return of Carmelo Anthony to the NBA.Which teams are rising and falling in the final Power Rankings before the calendar flips to December?Throughout the regular season, our panel (ESPN's Tim MacMahon, Andre' Snellings, Royce Young
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NBA Power Rankings Week 5

[ad_1] The Houston Rockets are the hottest team in the NBA, and they have one player to thank -- Buddy Hield.Wait, what?That's right, thanks in large part to 35 points from Hield on Sunday, the Sacramento Kings snapped the Boston Celtics' NBA-leading, 10-game win streak, leaving the Rockets' seven-game run as the longest active win streak in the league. That, and James Harden breaking all kinds of offensive records, of
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Warriors’ Draymond Green won’t let Flamin’ Hot Cheetos cool him down

[ad_1] In this edition of Hang Time, Draymond Green muses on the state of being, well, Draymond Green. "That's terrible -- posture, form, effort, all of it. Terrible."Draymond Green's assessment of my lat pulls, or whatever it is he has me doing with these dumb weights as he guides me through his dumb workout, was spot-on. I can admit, working out is not my thing. It's his thing. Shoot, it's
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Dime King – The Lakers are benefiting from peak playmaker LeBron James

[ad_1] LeBron James likes to pass the ball.Legend has it he developed his appreciation for the pass as a 9-year-old playing for the Summit Lake Hornets in a rec basketball league in Akron, Ohio. He fed a diminutive teammate named Sonny Spoon by rolling the rock his way. It was the only way the little guy could control the ball without being knocked over. Spoon scooped up the delivery, put
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These are the Golden State Warriors’ unknowns getting big minutes

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO -- Eric Paschall still laughs about the way his basketball journey is unfolding.In 2014, the forward was wrapping up his season at prep powerhouse St. Thomas More in Oakdale, Connecticut. In 2018, he was helping Villanova win the NCAA championship alongside fellow St. Thomas More alum -- and current Golden State Warriors teammate -- Omari Spellman.Now, Paschall, the Warriors' second-round pick in June, finds himself inside Chase