Instead of rooting for Stephen Curry or James Harden to win the MVP, root for one of them to win the championship.
The Golden State Warriors have been the best team in the NBA this season. On Sunday night, the Boston Celtics gave them everything they could handle.
At 20-41 you can surely accuse the Celtics of being a bad team, but one thing you can’t accuse them of is giving minimal effort in games this season. That changed in their 108-88 loss to Golden State.
The confident aura the Golden State Warriors are giving off right now might be the only thing brighter than those yellow shirts every home fan is expected to be wearing again for Game 3 against the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night at ear-piercing Oracle Arena.
Whether the pain in Stephen Curry’s sprained left ankle will subside enough for him to be on the court when the Golden State Warriors host the Denver Nuggets is not something the point guard could say for sure.
Stephen Curry looks to set an NBA record and help the Golden State Warriors build some momentum heading into the playoffs.
Celtics guard Avery Bradley will have his hands full with Golden State’s Stephen Curry on Friday night, but his teammates and head coach are confident they can slow down the explosive Warrior.
Celtics play-by-play man Mike Gorman joined Toucher & Rich on Thursday to talk about the final month and a half of the NBA season, and who the Celtics would like to meet in the first round of the playoffs.
The Celtics (14-15) have lost six of eight to fall below .500 for the first time in almost two months following their 101-83 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night.
With Danny Ainge actively shopping Rajon Rondo, here is a look at the good and the bad that go with trading the Celtics point guard.