Warriors searching for an identity and other takeaways from loss to Jazz — Red Bluff Daily News

The Warriors are aware of the numbers. Night after night, the starting lineup gets out-scored and puts the team into an early hole. Golden State has so far tried to take the long-view. That may have to change. Including a 12-point deficit to start Saturday’s 127-108 loss to the Jazz in Utah, this Warriors starting…

Warriors searching for an identity and other takeaways from loss to Jazz — Red Bluff Daily News

Steph Curry passes Reggie Miller on the NBA’s all-time 3-point list — Red Bluff Daily News

With his falling-away 3-pointer in the third quarter in Saturday’s game against the Jazz, Stephen Curry passed Reggie Miller for second place on the NBA’s career 3-point list. Curry got the pass from Draymond Green and hoisted a falling-away 3-pointer from the corner that cut Utah’s lead to 79-50 with 10:59 left in the third…

Steph Curry passes Reggie Miller on the NBA’s all-time 3-point list — Red Bluff Daily News

NBA rescinding Draymond Green’s technical foul for yelling at teammate — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

If the referees could quickly gather and realize the error, why couldn’t they rescind the technical at the time?

NBA rescinding Draymond Green’s technical foul for yelling at teammate — ProBasketballTalk | NBC Sports

Warriors-Jazz game Saturday pushed back to increase COVID precaution — Paradise Post

The start of the Warriors’ game against the Jazz in Utah Saturday has been moved to 6 p.m. PT, the team announced Wednesday. Tip-off had originally been set for 2 p.m.

Warriors-Jazz game Saturday pushed back to increase COVID precaution — Paradise Post

Warriors knock off uninspired Lakers, who blow 19-point lead — Press Enterprise

LOS ANGELES — Their places in the NBA landscape have flipped: The Lakers are now Goliath, with the Warriors playing the role of David. But Golden State seems comfortable slinging stones as an underdog if it must. And if you need someone to hit a mark from distance, Steph Curry is hard to beat. The…

Warriors knock off uninspired Lakers, who blow 19-point lead — Press Enterprise

Kelly Oubre Jr. thrives in new role in Warriors’ win over Lakers — Red Bluff Daily News

The Warriors found a way to beat the NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers Monday and, in doing so, may have discovered something more important for them this season. In Golden State’s 115-113 win over the Lakers at Staples Center, forward Kelly Oubre Jr. thrived in a new role. Used as the primary defender on LeBron…

Kelly Oubre Jr. thrives in new role in Warriors’ win over Lakers — Red Bluff Daily News

Warriors’ Eric Paschall clears NBA health and safety protocols after ‘false positive’ test — Santa Cruz Sentinel

The Warriors missed Paschall’s presence with the second unit in Tuesday’s loss to the Pacers.

Warriors’ Eric Paschall clears NBA health and safety protocols after ‘false positive’ test — Santa Cruz Sentinel

Kurtenbach: The Warriors have an $80 million problem — Monterey Herald

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Kelly Oubre was acquired by the Warriors to replace Klay Thompson. But nine games into Golden State’s campaign, coach Steve Kerr should be looking to replace Oubre in the team’s starting lineup. The move to acquire Oubre had a price tag of $80 million for the season, prodigious luxury taxes included. It’s fair to say…

Kurtenbach: The Warriors have an $80 million problem — Monterey Herald

Steve Kerr, Draymond Green Rail Against Trump-Fueled Insurrection Before Warriors-Clippers Game — CBS San Francisco

The insurrection by supporters of President Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol weighed heavily on the minds of members of the Golden State Warriors, coming just hours before the team tipped-off against the Los Angeles Clippers Wednesday night.

Steve Kerr, Draymond Green Rail Against Trump-Fueled Insurrection Before Warriors-Clippers Game — CBS San Francisco

Clippers outlast Warriors in ragged game after day of turmoil — Orange County Register

Kawhi Leonard and Paul George score 21 points apiece, and Patrick Beverley and Nicolas Batum combine for a trio of late 3-pointers as the Clippers top Golden State and a cold-shooting Steph Curry, 108-101.

Clippers outlast Warriors in ragged game after day of turmoil — Orange County Register