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2017 Schedule
67-15, 1st in Pacific

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Cleveland and Golden State alone now equipped with eight of the last nine regular-season MVPs.

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22hMarc J. Spears

Warriors' Green being sued over alleged assault

Warriors forward Draymond Green, facing a lawsuit believed to be tied to an incident last July in which he allegedly slapped a former Michigan State football player, is confident things "will be resolved soon."

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22hESPN.com

Curry mocks Thompson's dunk fail

Stephen Curry poked fun at fellow Splash Brother Klay Thompson during a basketball tour in China.

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50 Greatest Black Athletes debate: LeBron James vs. Stephen Curry (2:29)
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Lillard says he did not call out Warriors (1:12)
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1dJeremias Engelmann

Six best deals of NBA free agency

Which teams got the best bang for their buck this summer? Real plus-minus helps determine the best contracts of the offseason.

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Draymond and McGregor talk smack with the best (1:50)
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Curry banks the sunroof shot (1:15)
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4dESPN.com

Rumor Central: Could Ian Clark land with Lakers?

If the Lakers miss out on Derrick Rose, their next free-agent target could be Ian Clark, who has played with Golden State the last two years.

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Warriors new season ticket requirement a bad sign? (2:09)
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Then & Now: Steph Curry predicts NBA future (1:00)
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Warriors just the latest in a long line of superteams (1:38)
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6dTom Haberstroh

From Dream Teams to superteams

The Beard, CP3 ... and Melo? The biggest NBA moves show us the link between Team USA and the superteam era.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Four Golden State Warriors lead the list of players that have some type of no trade restrictions in their contract. Kevin Durant, Zaza Pachulia and David West fall under the one-year bird restriction based on signing a one-year contract (excluding any Option Year) and having early or full bird rights next summer as a FA. All three players would lose early or full bird rights if they were to approve of a trade. Teammate Steph Curry and the Rockets James Harden cannot be traded for one-year (from the date of signing) based on each player signing the Designated Player Veteran Extension/Contract. Other players that cannot be traded without approval are LeBron James (no trade), Carmelo Anthony (no trade), Dirk Nowitzki (no trade), Nick Collison (one-year bird) and Otto Porter Jr. (matched offer sheet).

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Mulder wins celebrity golf title; Steph Curry 4th

Former pitcher Mark Mulder won his record third straight title Sunday in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament, while Steph Curry had 28 points in the final round -- the best round score of the week -- to finish fourth.

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NBA comparisons to Game of Thrones (1:29)
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Warriors bounce back with victory

Rookie free agent Joe Rahon scored 35 points off the bench and Bryce Alford added 16 as Golden State (2-4) finished the Las Vegas Summer League with a 109-100 win over the LA Clippers (3-2) on Friday. Jaron Johnson led LA with 18 points.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Chris Paul on Warriors: Until somebody beats them, they're who everybody's chasing. We've got a lot of work to do."

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George-Klay swap would have made no sense for Warriors (1:30)

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.91st
Rebounds Per Game44.47th
Assists Per Game30.41st
Points Allowed104.311th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-176715.817
2015-16739.890
2014-156715.817
2013-145131.622
2012-134735.573