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NBA Considering Moving Up Finals To June 2nd If Both Series Are Sweeps
There are no scheduled events at either Oracle Arena or Quicken Loans Arena that would make changing the start date of the Finals problematic from a building perspective.
Stephen Curry Has Highest Conference Finals PER Since Amar'e In 2005
Stephen Curry has a PER of 39.3 in the 2015 Western Conference Finals after the first three games.
Harrison Barnes Received First Training With Jerry West Before Season
Harrison Barnes called upon Jerry West to receive training during last offseason.
Conference Finals Points Per 100 Possessions (Games 1-2)
The Cavaliers have held the Hawks under 100 points per 100 possessions in both Games 1 and 2.
Warriors Have 4th Best Elo Rating In NBA History
Elo points depend only on the final score of each game and where it was played.
Alvin Gentry Wants Pelicans' Head Coaching Job
Alvin Gentry interviewed with Mickey Loomis and Dell Demps and he believes the opportunity to coach Anthony Davis would be career defining.
Kawhi, Draymond, Tony Allen, Jordan, Paul Headline All-Defensive Team
Kawhi Leonard, Draymond Green and DeAndre Jordan are all on the First Team for the first time in their career.
Stephen Curry Fined $5K By NBA For Flopping Violation In Game 1 Of WCF
Stephen Curry was fined $5,000 by the NBA for his flopping violation in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals, the league announced.
Game 1 Of WCF On ESPN Up 38 Percent Compared To 2013
The Warriors and Rockets play in the sixth largest and 10th largest markets in the county.
Kerr: Recent Championship Formula Has Been Three-Pointers, Great Defense
Steve Kerr was asked to offer his opinion on the fact that the four most frequent three-point shooting teams during the playoffs reached the conference finals.

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Warriors Analysis

Harden Vs. Curry: An Unlikely Playoff Duel For The Ages

by Christopher Reina

Championships and deep playoff runs are the domain of big men or transcendent top-10 all-time talents like LeBron and Jordan, so these two offensive savants who are 6-5 and under MVP candidates are in truly rarefied territory as the unquestioned best players on Conference Finalists.

Trickling Down To Harrison Barnes, Jeff Green

by Jonathan Tjarks

Memphis is trying to get points from their big men and Golden State is trying to get points from their guards. The key for both teams comes at the wing positions, which don't get a ton of offense run through them.

The Progress Of Golden State Vs. Old School Memphis

by Jonathan Tjarks

Memphis plays the antithesis of the style Miami and San Antonio used in the last two NBA Finals and it certainly seems like more teams will be built like Golden State than like them in the future.

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Golden State Warriors Schedule

May. 13 at 10:30 PM
W, 98-78
May. 15 at 9:30 PM
W, 95-108
May. 19 at 9:00 PM
W, 110-106
May. 21 at 9:00 PM
W, 99-98
May. 23 at 9:00 PM
W, 80-115
May. 25 at 9:00 PM
* May. 27 at 1:00 PM
* May. 29 at 1:00 PM
* May. 31 at 1:00 PM

* All times Eastern

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Stephen Curry 23.75 Points

Draymond Green 8.19 Rebounds

Stephen Curry 7.74 Assists

Andrew Bogut 1.69 Blocks

Stephen Curry 2.04 Steals

Stephen Curry 27.84 PER

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