Kurtenbach: Never, ever, ever bet against Steph Curry and Draymond Green — Marin Independent Journal

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Kurtenbach: Never, ever, ever bet against Steph Curry and Draymond Green — Marin Independent Journal

Warriors mailbag: Is Steph Curry really an MVP candidate? — Marin Independent Journal

Earlier this month, Draymond Green expressed his indifference about the play-in tournament, saying that “fighting for a play-in spot doesn’t motivate me” at this stage of his career. Two nights later, Stephen Curry erupted in Atlanta for 37 points. A couple of nights after that, Curry hung 41 in a win over the Milwaukee Bucks.…

Warriors mailbag: Is Steph Curry really an MVP candidate? — Marin Independent Journal

Watch Curry score 47, but Tatum has 44 and more help, Celtics top Warriors — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Jayson Tatum got into a shootout with Stephen Curry, and Celtics came out on top.

Watch Curry score 47, but Tatum has 44 and more help, Celtics top Warriors — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Jabari Parker Impressed Brad Stevens, Marcus Smart In Celtics Debut — NESN.com

Jabari Parker has only been with the Boston Celtics for 24 hours, but that didn’t stop head coach Brad Stevens from having the newly-signed forward in the game during crunch-time, high-pressure minutes. Parker checked back in Saturday’s game against the Golden State Warriors with 1:52 left in regulation and the Celtics trailing by one point. […]

Jabari Parker Impressed Brad Stevens, Marcus Smart In Celtics Debut — NESN.com

Warriors’ Juan Toscano-Anderson enters league’s concussion protocol — Marin Independent Journal

Warriors forward Juan Toscano-Anderson has been diagnosed with a concussion after a rough fall in Saturday night’s loss to the Boston Celtics and will enter the league’s concussion protocol. Midway through the fourth quarter, Toscano-Anderson dove for a loose ball and went crashing over the scorers’ table. He laid on the ground for a few…

Warriors’ Juan Toscano-Anderson enters league’s concussion protocol — Marin Independent Journal

Warriors’ James Wiseman will not return to Saturday night’s game vs. Rockets with right knee injury — Monterey Herald

Warriors center James Wiseman will not return to Saturday night’s game against the Houston Rockets at Chase Center after sustaining a right knee injury in the first half and will undergo further evaluation, the team announced. Wiseman left the game after landing awkwardly following a dunk attempt that was blocked by Rockets forward Kenyon Martin…

Warriors’ James Wiseman will not return to Saturday night’s game vs. Rockets with right knee injury — Monterey Herald

Steph Curry scores 41 as Warriors rally to get much-needed win over Bucks — Chico Enterprise-Record

The corners of Steve Kerr’s smile could be seen from behind his facemask as he high-fived players walking off after the final buzzer. Stephen Curry scored 41 and the Warriors came back from 12 points down to beat the Milwaukee Bucks, 122-121, Wednesday night at Chase Center and snap a three-game losing streak. With MVP-candidate…

Steph Curry scores 41 as Warriors rally to get much-needed win over Bucks — Chico Enterprise-Record

Warriors’ defense continues to slip in loss to Hawks — East Bay Times

For the Warriors, what was once a bona fide top-10 defense hasn’t looked like it in a while, including in Friday night’s 124-108 loss to the Atlanta Hawks at Chase Center. Although forward Draymond Green returned from a one-game absence due to illness, the Warriors (22-24) offered little resistance at the point of attack or…

Warriors’ defense continues to slip in loss to Hawks — East Bay Times

Kurtenbach: The Warriors were wise to not trade Kelly Oubre — Monterey Herald

There was no big splash, only a minor ripple or two for the Warriors at the NBA trade deadline Thursday. And that’s the best-case scenario for the Dubs. Golden State saved some money on the luxury tax by trading away two players who weren’t playing for them anymore, and they held onto Kelly Oubre, whose…

Kurtenbach: The Warriors were wise to not trade Kelly Oubre — Monterey Herald