Summary: The definitive Golden State Warriors podcast, featuring Bay Area News Group sports columnist Dieter Kurtenbach and Warriors beat writer Wes Goldberg talking all things Dubs, Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, and the NBA.
A Dubs dud against the Nets. Can Steph get a second scorer for Christmas?
Is There Enough Around Steph?
Preseason Preview and 2021 Bold Predictions
The Big Qs facing the Warriors in 2021
Bay Area News Group Warriors reporters Wes Goldberg and Dieter Kurtenbach break down the terrible Klay Thompson injury news, figure out what No. 2 overall pick James Wiseman will do for the Warriors, and try to find paths ahead for Golden State.
San Jose Mercury News and East Bay Times Warriors writers Dieter Kurtenbach and Wes Goldberg get weird as they debate the Golden State's best-case scenario for the 2020 NBA Draft.
Bay Area News Group NBA writers Dieter Kurtenbach and Wes Goldberg break down the Warriors' avenues to land Giannis Antetokounmpo after the Bucks were knocked out of the postseason. Plus: Wes gives us his scouting report on Anthony Edwards, who might fall to No. 2, and the guys discuss the latest happenings in the NBA bubble.
The Mercury News' Dieter Kurtenbach and Wes Goldberg break down why Warriors consultant Steve Nash is the perfect hire for Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets, take a lay of the new draft landscape and how Golden State can maximize their pick, and get lightyears ahead by finding ways to get Giannis to the Warriors
After a one-plus year hiatus, the Warriors HQ Podcast is back and better than ever. In this episode, Bay Area News Group sports columnist Dieter Kurtenbach (remember him) is joined by not-exactly-new Warriors beat writer Wes Goldberg to discuss the Warriors landing the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. (Yeah, a lot has happened over the last few months.)
Game 6 was the final game at Oracle Arena in Oakland, an emotional and bittersweet occasion. The Warriors entered Game 6 without Kevin Durant, who tore his Achilles tendon — the worst injury in basketball — on Monday. And then, in the third quarter, they lost Klay Thompson to a knee injury that was later confirmed to be a torn ACL. The Toronto Raptors are worthy champions. Where does the team rate for next season and what can GM Bob Myers do to get the Warriors to the playoffs?
Can the Golden State Warriors get it back soon? With the Warriors facing a 3-1 series deficit to the Toronto Raptors, a few outcomes are in store should the Warriors fail to overcome this obstacle just as they did to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the 2016 Western Conference Finals.
Why Warriors lost Game 3 despite Steph Curry's breakout performance
The Golden State Warriors’ 18-0 run in the third quarter gave them a 109-104 win over the Toronto Raptors and tied the NBA Finals series at 1-1 as the team's head to Oakland fro Wednesday's Game 3. The game did produce some injuries. Klay Thompson got a fourth quarter hamstring injury, Stephen Curry was fighting some kind of illness that resulted in dehydration and Kevon Looney sprained his collarbone. It is unknown how these injuries will affect the lineup on Wednesday.
The Warriors labored loss to the Toronto Raptors in Game 1 of the NBA Finals offered the latest evidence to a topic that should have been irrefutable even during the Warriors’ recent success without him. The Warriors are worse without Kevin Durant, who missed his sixth consecutive playoff game because of a strained right calf.
1:00 What’s the latest on Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins? 3:00 How will DeMarcus Cousins fare in return? 5:00 Can Warriors win without Durant? 8:00 Can Steph Curry win Finals MVP? 10:00 How do Warriors slow down Kawhi Leonard? 16:00 How do Warriors handle their center spot? 22:00 We share our Finals predictions 25:00 Why we're not making much of the regular-season matchups vs Raptors 29:00 Outro promo: The Klay Thompson Deal