The Warriors notched their 50th win of the season on Monday, validating Mark Jackson's tumultuous journey at Golden State's helm.
The Warriors looked shaky early, but they hit their stride and powered past the T'wolves to lock up the sixth seed in the West.
Warriors center Andrew Bogut has a fractured rib and is out indefinitely, coach Mark Jackson announced on Monday.
Another loss to the T'wolves could be excruciating, exposing the Warriors to the possibility of dropping to the No. 7 seed. A win, on the other hand, would clinch the No. 6 seed.
It was get-knocked-down-and-get-back-up hoops with 16 lead changes. Each team had a chance to win in regulation. Neither could.
Stephen Curry scored a season-high 47 points but the Warriors fell to Mo Williams and the Blazers in overtime, 119-117.
A Warriors win in Portland tonight assures them of finishing no lower than sixth, and keeps the opportunity to finish fifth alive.
Playoff matchups aren't set yet, but Clippers coach Doc Rivers admitted that his staff is already game-planning for a series with the Warriors.
The Warriors expected this of themselves, which is why there was no celebration when they punched their ticket to the playoffs on Friday.
Stephen Curry and the Warriors are headed back to the postseason after beating the Lakers 112-95 in Los Angeles on Friday night.
While David Lee will play, Andre Iguodala and Jermaine O'Neal will sit out Friday's matchup against the Lakers.
After missing seven games with a strained right hamstring, Warriors forward David Lee is will see action on Friday night against the Lakers.
After a difficult home loss, the Warriors need to quickly move on to their next game against the Lakers in order to clinch a playoff berth.
The Nuggets outrebounded and outworked the Warriors, forcing Golden State to put its second consecutive trip to the playoffs on hold.
The Warriors led by as much as 20 points, but gave it all back, missing the opportunity to clinch a playoff berth and losing to Denver 100-99.
|3/1||@ Bos||3:00 PT4:00 MT5:00 CT6:00 ET23:00 GMT7:00 4:00 MST6:00 EST3:00 UAE (+1)00:0018:00 ET5:00 CT22:00|
|3/2||@ Bkn||4:30 PT5:30 MT6:30 CT7:30 ET0:30 GMT8:30 5:30 MST7:30 EST4:30 UAE (+1)01:3019:30 ET6:30 CT23:30|
|3/4||vs. Mil||7:30 PT8:30 MT9:30 CT10:30 ET3:30 GMT11:30 8:30 MST10:30 EST7:30 UAE (+1)04:3022:30 ET9:30 CT2:30|
|3/6||vs. Dal||7:30 PT8:30 MT9:30 CT10:30 ET3:30 GMT11:30 8:30 MST10:30 EST7:30 UAE (+1)04:3022:30 ET9:30 CT2:30|
|3/8||vs. LAC||12:30 PT1:30 MT2:30 CT3:30 ET19:30 GMT3:30 12:30 MST2:30 EST23:30 UAE20:3015:30 ET1:30 CT18:30|
|2/27||@ Tor||W 113-89|
|2/26||@ Cle||L 99-110|
|2/24||@ Was||W 114-107|
|2/22||@ Ind||L 98-104|
|2/20||vs. SA||W 110-99|
|2/11||@ Min||W 94-91|
|2/9||@ Phi||W 89-84|
|2/7||@ NY||W 106-92|
|2/6||@ Atl||L 116-124|
|2/4||vs. Dal||W 128-114|
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