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— Klay Thompson is playing a few more minutes now, making pretty passes and knocking down shots from all spots on the floor. Sure, everyone told him to expect rust for a while — and he's not having it.
Warriors guard Klay Thompson did not practice Monday and is considered questionable for Tuesday's game against the Mavericks. He was a late scratch Sunday after experiencing soreness in his surgically-repaired left knee.
With six teams within 2.5 games of the conference lead, things are getting wild in the East.
— Stephen Curry has been around long enough that he can be playful when it comes to his rare, recent shooting funk.
Warriors star Stephen Curry hit the first game-winning buzzer beater of his career Friday night against the Rockets, but afterward he admitted his shooting this season has not been up to his standard.
— Confetti fell and Stephen Curry flexed. He danced and celebrated a January victory against the lowly Rockets as if it were a playoff game in May.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr shouldered the blame for Thursday night's loss to a Pacers team that was missing its starting backcourt as well as center Domantas Sabonis.
— The Golden State Warriors were frenzied, rushing shots and being careless with the basketball. It led to perhaps their worst loss this season to an Indiana team with a handful of injured stars watching in street clothes.
Lakers forward LeBron James has surged past Warriors guard Stephen Curry and into the lead among all NBA players in All-Star voting ahead of polls closing Saturday night at midnight ET.
Klay Thompson's patience with his shot paid off Tuesday night as he led the Warriors with 21 points on 6-of-13 shooting in their win over the Pistons. It was the first time he led the team in scoring since tearing his ACL in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals.
— Klay Thompson found his shooting stroke and Warriors fans roared at every chance. Just like the old days.
The Golden State Warriors have distanced themselves from billionaire Chamath Palihapitiya, a minority owner who said on his podcast that "nobody cares" about the Uyghurs in China.
Memphis' franchise-record 11-game winning streak is over, but Ja Morant and the Grizzlies proved they belong among the NBA's elite. See where Grind City and every team stand this week.
Evaluations indicated that the soreness in Draymond Green's left calf is tied to "the involvement of a disc in his lower back." He will be reevaluated in two weeks.
— Karl-Anthony Towns had 26 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves to a 119-99 victory over the worn-out Golden State Warriors, who played without Steph Curry and Draymond Green on Sunday night.
Warriors star guard Stephen Curry fell hard on his right hand on a drive to the basket in the first half of Golden State's 138-96 win over Chicago on Friday and winced in pain for a few minutes but stayed in the game.
— The Golden State Warriors were in a rut and in need of a breather. They sure got one.
— Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks made sure coach Mike Budenholzer had an easy first night back on the job.
Points Per Game109.912th
Rebounds Per Game46.53rd
Assists Per Game27.62nd