3yThe Warriors were on the verge of dropping to 2-7, until their comeback from 17 down galvanized the crowd en route to a thrilling victory. More: Matt Steinmetz's Inside Take
3yThe Warriors stormed back from a 17-point second-half deficit to force overtime and outlasted the Heat 111-106. Monta Ellis, Dorell Wright scored 20, and Nate Robinson led the Warriors with 24 off the bench.
3yThe Warriors look to snap their six-game losing streak but it won't be easy as LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat are in town. Watch on CSN Bay Area and follow along with In-Game Live!
3yStephen Curry was in Charlotte for a further evaluation on his right ankle on Monday. Although the tests revealed that it is just a sprain, Larry Riley stated the Warriors are going to give Curry further time to heal.
3yThe Warriors have lost six in a row and now the Miami Heat are in town. Without Stephen Curry available, Monta Ellis and David Lee need big nights to knock off the defending Eastern Conference champions.
3yStephen Curry went to Charlotte to have his ailing right ankle examined by the doctor who performed the initial surgery. The news? He's still day-to-day.
3yMonta Ellis has been his usual dominant self, but the Warriors aren't winning consistently. With some of his teammates struggling, Ellis and coach Mark Jackson were asked if it's time to call on teammates to step up.
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