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Golden State Warriors Guide
05/14/15 Game 5 preview of Warriors and Grizzlies
For Game 5, the Warriors return home, in their Oracle Arena where they lost just two games in the regular season. In the playoffs, they lost one game in Oracle arena, Game 2 versus Memphis. Looking ahead of Game 5, two things are certain. If the Warriors break loose and score easily, they can win. In the two wins so far, Golden State scored 101 points, and held the Grizzlies under 90 points The second thing that is certain is that Memphis must find a way to have five offensive treats on the floor, since in every other scenario, the Warriors Defense will let Tony Allen shoot jump shots and crowd the paint.
05/13/15 Golden State Warriors Defense Wins Game 4
While the Golden State Warriors are celebrated for their offensive brilliance, it was their defense that guided them to the best record in the NBA. During the regular season, the Golden State Warriors Defense allowed 96 points per 100 possessions, ranking first in the league. And in Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals, it was their defense again that helped the Warriors win a must-win Game 4 on the road.
What the Warriors Defense did in Game 4 is simple. They crowded the middle, and allowed below average Grizzlies players to shoot jump shots. The defensive adjustment that the Warriors made is to put Andrew Bogut on defense on Tony Allen. Bogut completely ignored Allen on the perimeter, and instead helped defend the middle. This way, both Randolph and Marc Gasol had a defender in front and behind them any time they were in position to get the ball. The result is evident, Randolph scored 12 points on 5 of 10 shooting, while Gasol was held to 19 points on 7 of 19 shooting. The Warriors will live with the double digit rebounds the "Smash Brothers" average, but they cannot allow the Grizzlies frontline to dominate the paint.
Steph Curry finally had an MVP type game after averaging 21 points in the previous two matchups. In Game 4, Curry break loose and scored 33 points, on 4 of 9 shooting from the 3-pt line and 11 of 22 in general. He didn't have many assists, but he was aggressive all night, shooting every time he got open. Curry did grab 8 rebounds though.
The biggest challenge for the Warriors going forward in the series is to help Klay Thompson get back in the groove. Thompson is not the offensive player Curry is, and Tony Allen's defense is smothering him. Allen deserves credit as Klay cannot get a breathing room for launching shots. In Game 4, Thompson scored 15 points, but he was someway inefficient, shooting 6 of 15 from the floor. Thompson shooting also affects Curry's playing, since the point guard has one less offensive weapon to dish the ball and spread the floor.
05/10/15 Warriors Oracle Arena
Warriors home court advantage of their crowd will be a good test on a tough east for any team coming into the Oracle Arena.
05/07/15 Who Owns The Golden State Warriors?
Joe Lacob (Majority)owner of the Warriors and Peter Guber.
05/05/15 When were the Warriors Founded?
The now Golden State Warriors were orginally the Phiadelphia Warriors (1946-1962)then the San Francisco Warriors (1962-1971) then in 1971 till now they became the Golden State Warriors.