Curry's 36 Points Leads Warriors To Sweep Spurs, 129-115Golden State made sure the inevitable was unavoidable.
Keidel: Would Another Cavs-Warriors Finals Be Good For The NBA?Two NBA dynasties, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, will probably play each other again in this year's NBA Finals.
Warriors Become Just The 5th Team To Start NBA Playoffs 10-0The Golden State Warriors' rare unbeaten start this postseason doesn't necessarily mean they're on their way to a title.
Warriors Trounce Spurs Without Leonard For 2-0 Series LeadSteve Kerr provided a strong message, just not from his usual spot on the bench: Play with urgency from the opening tip this time.
Nearly Arrested? Mike Brown Was Just Trying To Get To Game 2 [VIDEO]Acting Warriors coach Mike Brown had a legitimate excuse for his late arrival at Oracle Arena for Game 2 of the Western Conference finals: seems he just avoided getting arrested right outside.
Warriors Rally For 113-111 Win After Spurs Lose LeonardStephen Curry started the rally in the third to get Golden State going, then Kevin Durant was determined to do his part in the fourth.
2017 NBA Western Conference Finals PreviewThe NBA Western Conference Finals matche up the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs, as predicted. Here's what to expect.
Draymond Green Autographs A Sign Mocking Him [VIDEO]How many athletes would do this?
Curry's 30 Lead Warriors To Sweep After 121-95 Win Over JazzThe Splash Brothers provided the fast start, and the Golden State Warriors made it a quick finish to the second round.
Warriors' Smothering Defense Overlooked During Win StreakLost in the highlights has been a smothering defense allowing just 99.3 points per game — second-best among teams still alive in the postseason.
Green Shows Range, Leads Warriors Past Jazz For 2-0 LeadNow, the Golden State Warriors want Draymond Green to pack his 3-point shot for the altitude of Salt Lake City.
Warriors Call Utah Boring, But Fans Say It's Place To PartySalt Lake City tourism officials playfully jabbed back at Golden State Warriors players who bemoaned the lack of nightlife in Utah, hoping to combat the predominantly Mormon state's reputation as a boring place where it's tough to get a drink.