2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
53-18, 1st in Pacific
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6hChris Haynes and Ramona Shelburne

Sources: Curry targeting return vs. Hawks

Stephen Curry is targeting a return to action against the Hawks on Friday, sources told ESPN. The Warriors guard will have his ankle re-evaluated on Tuesday with the hope that enough progress has been made for him to play.

Draymond doesn't think injury is too serious (1:26)
Aldridge leads Spurs past short-handed Warriors (1:32)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

San Antonio defeats Golden State 89-75. Warriors only scored 12 points in final quarter. Two-way player Quinn Cook registered his third straight 20-point game. He has 20 points, five rebounds and five assists for the defending champs.

McGee blocks on one end, dunks on the other (0:29)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

There is 2:43 remaining in the game and the Warriors have only scored five points in the fourth quarter.

Draymond heads to locker room after taking shot to groin (0:17)
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9hChris Haynes

Green injured; Warriors down all 4 All-Stars

Warriors forward Draymond Green left in the second quarter of Monday's loss to the Spurs with a pelvic contusion. Golden State was already without fellow All-Stars Stephen Curry (ankle), Kevin Durant (ribs) and Klay Thompson (hand).

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Draymond Green is being ruled out with a midsection contusion. Golden State is now without Green, Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Draymond Green is in the locker room receiving treatment on an ailment.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Dejounte Murray is on the board for the first time this game with a pull-up and Steve Kerr promptly calls a timeout. San Antonio leads 42-28 with 5:38 left in the second quarter.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Draymond Green was just kneed below the belt by Danny Green. Golden State doesn't need anymore players sidelined. Green gathered himself and then let the refs hear about it.

Cook makes perfect pass to Iguodala (0:19)

LeBron, Lillard and Westbrook (oh my)

Ramona Shelburne, Chiney Ogwumike and Royce Young chat about Ty Lue (2:55), LeBron (8:10), the impressive Blazers (13:50) and the resurgent Thunder (33:40).

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Warriors coach Steve Kerr on Tyronn Lue's decision to step away to focus on his health. Kerr has dealt with own health issues with his back, and empathizes. "I feel for Ty. We've been in contact and we…health is everything," Kerr said. "This game is fun, and it's exciting, and we all love our jobs. But we just want to be healthy. We just want everyone to be healthy, the players, the coaches. So we're thinking about Ty and hoping he can recover quickly, and find some answers and get back on the sidelines because he's a great guy. He's a great representative for their team and for the league. We just want him back. It's hard. No matter how you slice it, it's difficult when you're dealing with health stuff, and you're trying to do what's best for the team. You have to sort things out whatever your health situation is. It's not easy." Kerr was asked what might contribute to health-related issues for NBA coaches that might not be obvious to the casual observer. "I think sleep is a big deal," Kerr said. "It's one of the reasons we kind of tailor our schedule when we travel to letting the guys sleep. Coaches need sleep too. There's a lot of recovery that goes on when you're resting, and you need that. You need to eat well, you need to stay hydrated. But things happen. That's what I've learned. Stuff happens, unexpected stuff. And you've got to just deal with it and do the best you can."

Kerr hopes Lue has quick recovery (0:41)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

With three All-Stars sidelined because of injury, Warriors forward Draymond Green scored a season-high 25 points to go along with 11 rebounds and eight assists in his team's comeback win over the Suns. "Without our other three All-Stars, he's taking on a different look and playing a different position, running different plays from those positions," said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr. "Draymond likes to be challenged intellectually in this game, and I think this stretch right now, he's energized because he's doing something different." Green has also worked to encourage his teammates more, which was evident in the third quarter, when the Warriors outscored the Suns, 42-25. "I think it's important to not get frustrated and continue to encourage them," Green said. "Guys are already out of their comfort zone."

Shorthanded Warriors top Suns (1:15)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors reserve center Kevon Looney finished with career-high six blocks against the Suns, the most for a reserve player in the NBA this season.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors backup guard Quinn Cook set a new scoring career-high for the second night in a row, finishing with 28 points vs. the Suns after scoring 25 last night against the Kings. Cook's 28 points against Phoenix is the most for any player on a two-way contract this season. "Quinn is showing the world that he's an NBA player," said Warriors forward Draymond Green. "I've said all along, I sit here and watch so many other teams play and I wonder, 'How is Quinn Cook a two-way player?' And then you've got guys in the league that can't dribble with their left hand or can't go left, can't go right, but you've got a guy like that as a two-way player. So I'm happy for him. I pray that he gets rewarded and gets what he deserves."


Cook, Green lead depleted Warriors past Suns 124-109

Quinn Cook scored 16 of his career-high 28 points in a dominant third quarter for Golden State, Draymond Green narrowly missed a triple-double and the severely depleted Warriors handed the Phoenix Suns their eighth straight loss and 23rd in 25 games,...

Team Stats

Points Per Game114.91st
Rebounds Per Game43.815th
Assists Per Game29.81st
Points Allowed107.317th

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