Rookie Harrison Barnes leaves the game after landing hard on his head and shoulder. Then returns after receiving six stitches. Ouch!
Likely saviour of the Sacramento Kings billionaire Vivek Ranadivé who currently owns a piece of the Warriors. Is a huge basketball fan and so is his daughter Anjali Dea who made a remix of Drake “Started From the Bottom” about her dads team. Let’s go ahead and expect a re-remix of a Kings version of this song in the near future once Ranadivé sells his stake in the Warriors in order to official buy the Kings.
— Vivek Ranadivé (@Vivek) May 11, 2013
A profile on the elite ‘Splash Brothers’ backcourt of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson according to their respective famous basketball families.
In the Warriors first win in San Antonio since 1997, Klay Thompson was the lead Splash Brother doing most of the damage with 34 point performance. However, this one leg three pointer by Stephen Curry early in the game, was too pretty to pass up posting. He made that shot look so easy, you swear your granny could hit that shot with enough practice in a NBA game.
If you missed the double-overtime thriller that was the Warriors vs Spurs game, kick yourself. While you were catching Z’s, the rest of us were destroying our sleeping pattern like Stephen Curry was destroying shot charts going off for 44 points, including 22 in the 3rd quarter at a blistering 18-35 clip from the field. Plus he had 11 dimes. It was a scene totally worth the lethargy I feel today.
After the Warriors knocked off the Nuggets to advance into the second round of the playoffs. Mark Jackson‘s old buddy Reggie Miller went back into the Warriors locker room to congratulate his friend and team on the their success. In what was probably the coolest Reggie Miller moment in a long time cause he said “sh!t” on TV.