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Really good day of hoops for NBA lovers. Knicks/Thunder at 1 PM ET and Lakers/Clippers at 330 on ABC. Jazz/Warriors later on at 8.
Meanwhile the Warriors, who have arguably the easiest remaining schedule, are a borderline lock for the Playoffs now. Terrific season.
RT @bandwagonknick: Love how Fitz says "It's unraveling for the Warriors" with the Dubs up 17. Some scars from past battles there.
This is the closest the Warriors have come to winning in San Antonio since Jar Jar Binks kick-started the demise of the Star Wars franchise.
Mark Jackson should cue up R.Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly" tonight. It was #4 on Billboard chart when Warriors last won in San Antonio.
#1 on the Billboard chart the last time the Warriors won in San Antonio (2/14/97)? "Un-Break My Heart" by Toni Braxton.
RT @SpearsNBAYahoo: Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony (knee) expects to play tonight vs Warriors.
Warriors media room has Diet Dr. Pepper. It's the little things like these that always make me happy to be at Oracle.
RT @tribjazz: Golden State plays 13 of its next 17 games at home. Warriors schedule far more forgiving than what the Jazz are facing.
Back on the road again for another long trip. First stop: Bay Area for Rockets/Warriors tomorrow.
Warriors trying just a little too hard to get Steph the ball late rather than playing their game.
Even Knicks fans are cheering and the Warriors just grabbed the lead off that Curry 3. If you're an NBA fan, you have to appreciate this.
Warriors record for points in back-to-back games is 102 (Antawn Jamison in '00-01: 51/51). Steph Curry up to 84 (38/46).
Knicks killing Warriors with lobs to Chandler. Looking like Warriors lacking a bit of energy after last night's tilt in Indiana.
Count this one among one of the more bizarre head-to-head streaks: Knicks have lost 15 of 19 to the Warriors, including 6 of 9 at MSG.
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