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  • 00:12

    Where Do The Golden State Warriors Go From Here?

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    It was fun while it lasted, wasn't it? But if you saw how tired the Golden State Warriors were at the end of their double-overtime victory over the Boston Celtics on Friday night, you had to know they'd be gassed the following night in Milwaukee.

    That they were, not to mention hobbled with Klay Thompson playing on a bad ankle and Harrison Barnes missing another game. And like all good things, the streak came to an end.

    Tonight they will no doubt begin another one, and Friday night brings a quick revenge game against the Bucks.

    As we move along through the season, we can circle four dates on the calendar:

    Dec. 25: A Christmas afternoon matchup with the Cavs, who will have two guys who weren't around for the NBA Finals -- Mo Williams and Kevin Love -- in their arsenal. Prediction: Warriors by 18.
    Jan. 25: The 'Dubs first matchup of the season with the San Antonio Spurs, who are doing their thing under the radar with so much attention being focused for so long on the Warriors. At this point, it is safe to say that the Spurs are the only legitimate threat to defeat the Warriors in a best-of-7 series.
    April 7: Another meeting with the Spurs, with a shot at an NBA record 73 wins within their sights.
    April 10: A road game at San Antonio after a game the previous night at Memphis. This could be the make-or-break game in terms of bettering the NBA record of 72 wins set in 1996 by the Chicago Bulls.

    I covered that Bulls team the night they set an NBA record (in Milwaukee, of all places) with win No. 70. And let me tell you the main difference between watching those Bulls and watching these Warriors: Golden State is a lot easier on the eyes. I offer a further explanation in this podcast with Damon Bruce on 95.7 The Game in the Bay Area.


  • 01:17

    The Golden State Warriors did it again

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    Just like the title says the Golden State Warriors easily beat another top NBA team. This time it was the San Antonio Spurs; 120=90. The Big Jack and Dan the Man will discuss how the Warriors keep beating the other top NBA teams by 30plus points. Plus Tyronn Lue got his 1st win as the Cleveland Cavaliers head coach last night. There was a lot of Cavaliers talk opn yesterday's podcast; so I'm sure there will be some follow up since they won last night. 


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  • 02:32


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    The Warriors will put their undefeated record on the line on Thursday night when they visit the division rival Los Angeles Clippers. The nationally televised contest will be the second Dubs-Clippers matchup of the season, as the Warriors erased a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter of a 112-108 victory at home on November 5. Another win on Thursday would guarantee the Dubs at least a split of the season series with the Clippers, not to mention add more padding in the division standings. Tipoff in Los Angeles is set for 7:30 p.m.

  • 00:16

    Two Guard Front 2.3: Golden State Warriors

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    The next segment of Two Guard Front with Cyril Armel and Martin Soaries is dedicated to the no.1 team in the NBA, the Golden State Warriors.

    The questions is will this be a 60-win team? They're on pace at 19-2 and on a 14-game win streak. Offensively is where the focus always points to with this team but they're doing things well on both sides of the ball. More topics included their depth, Iguodala's limited but needed role, David Lee's iimminent return from injury, Steve Kerr's system, and what it means looking at this team as a Finals contender long term.


  • 02:30

    Golden State Warriors...NBA Champs

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    Welcome to Dead End Sports...the place where sports opinions collide!!! Dead End Sports is weekly sports show that can be heard every Tuesday night from 9pm-11pm EST. We are the best sports talk show on the internet! We rarely agree!

    On this week's episode we'll talk about the NBA Finals...Can the Warriors repeat...who should have won the MVP...David Blatt vs LeBron James...NBA Draft preview...and much more!

    WATCH and SUBSCRIBE to our youtube channel (www.youtube.com/deadendsports). Check out our website deadendsports.com . Follow the show on twitter: @deadendsports as well as the Dead End Sports crew...Feefo - @feefo247 , Beezy - @beezy430 , Ken - @kbinge , & 12kyle - @12kyle You can listen online (www.blogtalkradio.com/deadendsports) or via phone (646)478-0356. Press #1 if you want to speak to the host

  • 00:15

    Who is better: Memphis Grizzlies or Golden State Warriors?

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    The best record in the NBA is now shared by the Memphis Grizzlies and the Golden State Warriors, thanks to Stephen Curry finally sinking a game-winning 3-pointer for the 'Dubs to give them a victory over the Orlando Magic last night.

    At 15-2, the teams sit atop the Western Conference. Both were highly regarded coming into this season, but neither was expected to get off to a start this good. We will get to judge them against each other in a little more than two weeks when they lay each other for the first time.

    So until then, we debate.

    The Warriors have a 10-game winning streak and lead the NBA in point differential at 10.0 per game; while the Grizzlies are third in point differential at 8.1 and take a five-game winning streak into tonight's game against the Houston Rockets.

    Golden State's two losses came back-to-back against the Phoenix Suns and the San Antonio Spurs back on Nov. 9 and Nov. 11. The Grizzlies two defeats came Nov. 8 at Milwaukee and Nov. 19 at Toronto.

    The Grizzlies are 11-0 against the West, and I have Marc Gasol leading Stephen Curry in the latest edition of my weekly MVP rankings. 

    I talked about the Grizzlies, the Warriors, and the merits of Gasol vs. Curry in the MVP race in this interview with Gary Darby on "The Eric Hasseltine Show" on 92.9 ESPN Radio in Memphis. Enjoy.

  • 00:01

    Special Broadcast Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors

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    After The Shawn Stewart Show is over, Join Shawn Stewart as he talks about Game 1 of the NBA Finals between The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors.

    Ladies And Gentleman, please don't miss this Special Event, if you would like to call in to the Show, the Nmber for the Show is (646) 478-5337.

    This Special Broadcast will be from 8:00-9:00 pm est

  • 01:16

    Golden State Warriors 125 Chicago Bulls 94

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    It's the Thursday edition of Sports Time Radio with The Big Jack and Dan the Man. The Golden State Warriors easily took care of another Eastern Conference contender last night as they beat the Chicago Bulls by 31 points in Chicago. How can a team like the Bulls think they'd be any match for this Warriors team if they were to meet in the NBA Finals. As the weekend appoarches it means that the NFL Conference championship games are right around the corner.


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  • 00:24

    All Day NBA - Can the Golden State Warriors Be Stopped?

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    Los Angeles Lakers head coach, Byron Scott, may be on his way out of the Staples Center.

    The San Antonio Spurs hold the key to being constantly successful every season which will be discussed in this episode.

    LeBron James is getting old, and losing his touch, will we see the end of him sooner than we thought?

    The Golden State Warriors continue impressing us with their undefeated record, can they be stopped?

    Tune into All Day NBA, and let Tristan Ryan entertain you as he answers all of your questions.

    From RSENReport.com, the very first episode of All Day NBA!


  • 00:15

    Friendly Bounce's Season Preview Podcasts: Golden State Warriors

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    We discuss the season ahead for the Golden State Warriors.

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