Monte Poole

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Jim Harbaugh has his "Who's got it better than us?'' rallying cry, and now Warriors coach Mark Jackson has his own more mathematical version.
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The Warriors are not an elite team. But since the All-Star break, they are 8-2 and showing signs that they are close to reaching the next level.
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Klay Thompson went down early in the game with injury, but the Warriors' big men picked up the slack in a 111-97 win over Atlanta.
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The Warriors start an important three-game homestand on Friday, and David Lee admits they need to play better at on their home court.
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The Warriors have had a roller coaster season, surviving bumps, bruises and surgeries, and now appear to be peaking... at the perfect time.
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The Warriors arrived in Boston knowing they had to win to have a successful road trip. They attacked from the onset and thrashed the Celtics.
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There was no emotional letdown by the Warriors on Wednesday night as they cruised to an easy win over the Celtics in Boston.
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Mark Jackson grew up in New York and played over six seasons for the Knicks. But would he bolt from the Warriors for the Big Apple?
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The Warriors knocked off the NBA's best last night, and close their road trip against one of the league's worst tonight. It won't be easy...
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To get a clear reading of the Warriors, the man to study is the mercurial Klay Thompson. He was superb Tuesday so naturally, victory followed.
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The Warriors blew a 12-point lead in the final five minutes, but Klay Thompson's jumper with 0.6 seconds left gave Golden State a 98-86 win.
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The Golden State Warriors haven't won in Indianapolis in more than seven years. Can they stop that skid against the NBA's No. 1 defense?
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The Warriors are on pace for 49 wins. If they listen to the following five suggestions, they will practically guarantee themselves of at least 50.
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If you've got Warriors questions, our Insider Monte Poole has answers. If you missed his weekly chat, check out a transcript and get up to speed.
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Mark Jackson didn't hide his disappointment after watching the Warriors struggle on both ends of the court in a 104-98 loss to the Toronto Raptors.

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