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35 Best Memes of Kawhi & the Spurs Humiliating Durant, Curry & the Warriors

Posted on 26 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

One of the wonderful things about this meme era we live in is that a regular season game can be turned into so much more thanks to the changing culture, making it seem like Kawhi Leonard and the San Antonio Spurs destroyed the lives of the Golden State Warriors along with Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant before the season even began. More

Anderson Varejao, Kawhi Leonard

NBA: Warriors Stunned at Home by Kawhi Leonard & Spurs

Posted on 26 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

The Golden State Warriors used a unifying terms for how they felt after being beaten 129-100 by the San Antonio Spurs in the season opener, at home: A slap in the face. It’s just the season opener, a meaningless in the grand scheme of things, but it felt like more. More


Timofey Mozgov Blocking Kevin Durant Made Every NBA Fan (Except Warriors Fans) Happy

Posted on 20 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

Every NBA fan, except Golden State Warriors fans, wants last season’s NBA finalists and especially Kevin Durant to fail miserably this season. Timofey Mozgov rejecting his alley-oop attempt in a preseason game with the Los Angeles Lakers is a small W which doesn’t mean anything, but still put a big smile on everyone’s faces. More


Kevin Durant Easier to Dislike Each Time He Talks

Posted on 19 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

Since joining the Golden State Warriors, something is becoming very clear about Kevin Durant. Turns out he’s not that clever when it comes to saying the right things when talking to the media, which is maybe why the Oklahoma City Thunder did such a good job of turning him and their players against reporters over the years, trying to minimize their exposure and talk time with the press. More


Stephen Curry & Golden State Warriors Choking Memes Keep Getting Funnier

Posted on 10 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

Usually, running the same joke over and over again becomes less and less funny. But turns out making memes about Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors choking in the 2016 NBA finals is becoming a more and more creative task. More

2016 NBA Finals - Game Two

NBA Rumors: Golden State Warriors Embracing Being the Villains

Posted on 29 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

Next season, whether it makes sense or not, the Golden State Warriors will be the villains of the NBA. Draymond Green and Kevin Durant will be the main recipients of jeers, boo and whatever version of hate NBA fans can come up with. The 2015 champions and 2016 finalists seem to be ready for it. More


Memes Won’t Stop Making Fun of Stephen Curry & the Golden State Warriors

Posted on 21 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

The offseason after losing in the NBA Finals is always a difficult one. It’s especially hard in the meme-dominated era of social media, as Stephen Curry and his Golden State Warriors teammates have to endure being called losers, chokers and a bunch of other things, some more vicious than others, although some of them are true. More


Meme of a Stunned Stephen Curry Won’t Let the Golden State Warriors Forget They Choked in the NBA Finals

Posted on 19 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

If Golden State Warriors players like to follow social media, it’s safe to assume they already know that they’re going to keep seeing memes making fun of their choke-job in the 2016 NBA finals, most of them making fun of Stephen Curry, until they get the championship back. More


Golden State Warriors Meme Hinting at How Good They’ll Probably Be

Posted on 15 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

When you get past the memes making fun of the Golden State Warriors, be it Stephen Curry choking, Draymond Green being a bully, Kevin Durant turning into a villain and Klay Thompson kinda embarrassing himself, what’s left is this: They’re the best team in the NBA. More


NBA Rumors: Cavaliers, Warriors & Spurs Only Serious Championship Contenders

Posted on 12 Sep, 2016, by in NBA

The Cleveland Cavaliers might be the defending NBA champions, but the overwhelming favorites to win the title in 2017 will be the Golden State Warriors, for obvious reasons. Even the San Antonio Spurs, despite or because their changes, are probably looking slightly stronger than LeBron James and co. More