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While every NBA game is important, it is necessary to not overreact to a single win or loss.
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Swingman Andre Iguodala was back in the starting lineup for the Warriors Tuesday night against New Orleans Pelicans after missing 12 games with a left hamstring strain.
The house alarm isn't blaring yet for these NBA teams, but the lights that come on before all that jarring noise are certainly blinking.
Speaking with Sports Illustrated 's Chris Ballard at his home in Hawaii, Nelson, who coached Golden State for 11 full seasons through two separate stints, took some digs at his former team.
Golden State Warriors fans had it out with their beloved team in the forums Sunday night.
The Warriors hope to have some luck go their way Tuesday versus the New Orleans Pelicans in the opener of a three-game homestand.
Stephen Curry is not putting enough pressure on opponents off the dribble and it is resulting in losses for his team.
It may seem a bit deceiving and contrary to popular belief, but Mark Jackson's Golden State Warriors are the most efficient team during offensive plays following a timeout.
Stephen Curry said the Warriors aren't overreacting despite a rough stretch that has them barely hovering over .500 more than a quarter into the season.
The exercise is futile. As much as we know -- or would like to think we know -- some things are just impossible to see coming.
On one hand, Stephen Curry continued to edndear himself to the Bay Area with a last-second game-winner in a white-knuckle 95-93 victory over the Mavericks.
Damian Lillard's spinning fadeaway with one-tenth of a second left in overtime lifted visiting Portland to a victory over Detroit on Sunday night.
Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Knight defends against Dallas Mavericks small forward Jae Crowder during the first half of NBA action on December 14, 2013 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas.
Rudy Gay scored 26 points in his first home game since coming over in a trade from Toronto, leading the Sacramento Kings past the Houston Rockets 106-91 Sunday night.
The Suns have both defended opposing shooters well and shot the three well, led by P.J. Tucker.
Center Andrew Bogut, stealing the ball from Dallas' DeJuan Blair last week, focuses on defense and rebounding for Golden State.