Stephen Curry Better Than a Disjointed Pistons Big Three
Despite high expectations early on, the Detroit Pistons aren’t getting what they thought they would after adding Josh Smith to the Andre Drummond-Greg Monroe equation. The Golden State Warriors have no plans to overload the frontcourt and see what happens, especially not with Stephen Curry in sharpshooter mode, leading his team with 25 points to an easy 113-95 win.
Golden State Warriors – Klay Thompson is Their Early Season MVP
Even with Stephen Curry missing the entire fourth quarter due to an injury after a tussle with Ricky Rubio, the Golden State Warriors have enough offensive weapons to take care business, with Klay Thompson being on top of that list, leading his team to a 106-93 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Golden State Warriors – Stephen Curry is Much More Than Just a Shooter
Being the best pure shooter in the NBA makes Stephen Curry a surprise each time he does more than just score for the Golden State Warriors. By getting a triple double before even reaching the fourth quarter while Andre Iguodala took care of the scoring, he proved just how far he’s come over the last two seasons and where he’s planning to go.
Golden State Warriors – Stephen Curry & Klay Thompson Carry On With Hot Start
Three California rivals to start off the season for the Golden State Warriors, who mostly rely on the outside shooting of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, aka the Splash brothers, to get them through the early stretches of the season with some more impressive outside shooting.
Lakers vs Warriors: Klay Thompson in ‘Can’t Miss’ Mode
If Stephen Curry scored only 10 points and the Golden State Warriors still win by 31 points, it was probably a special night. It certainly was for Klay Thompson who simply couldn’t miss for the dubs, who had no problem dispatching the Los Angeles Lakers in a 125-94 victory that probably meant the visitors overachieved on their first night out.
NBA Rumors – Golden State Warriors, Utah Jazz & Denver Nuggets in Trade for Randy Foye & Andre Iguodala
Despite basically agreeing to join the Golden State Warriors, Andre Iguodala could still come via a sign & trade that both the Warriors and the Denver Nuggets would benefit greatly from (in terms of finances), involving the Utah Jazz and their player Randy Foye as well.
2013 NBA Free Agency – Houston Rockets & Golden State Warriors Get Dwight Howard & Andre Iguodala
Everyone was waiting for one thing – Dwight Howard deciding his fate. He chose the Houston Rockets, while the Golden State Warriors already felt it wasn’t going to happen for them, and traded two bad contracts to the Utah Jazz for Andre Iguodala.
NBA Rumors – Denver Nuggets, Atlanta Hawks, Detroit Pistons, Golden State Warriors, New Orleans Pelicans & Sacramento Kings Trying to Sign Andre Iguodala
One of the more coveted players in the 2013 NBA free agency period is undoubtedly Andre Iguodala, who has the Denver Nuggets trying to re-sign him, but also the Atlanta Hawks, Detroit Pistons, Golden State Warriors, New Orleans Pelicans and Sacramento Kings hoping to convince him to join them.
NBA Rumors – Denver Nuggets Want to Re-Sign Andre Iguodala
A successful regular season ended in playoff disappointment, resulting in the head coach getting fired and replacing the general manager for the Denver Nuggets, but the current squad is staying mostly intact, hoping that they’ll be able to re-sign Andre Iguodala.
NBA Rumors – Denver Nuggets Likeliest to Bring Back Andre Iguodala
Hitting free agency doesn’t mean Andre Iguodala wants to leave the Denver Nuggets; it just shows he’s looking to test the waters, and see what kind of contract are waiting for him out there, with not too many teams being able to afford him.