Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Pacific Division115.9 (1st)104.3 (1st)
Western Conference1st5th


Sat May 6
W 102 - 91at UTA
Mon May 8
W 121 - 95at UTA
Sun May 14
W 113 - 111SA
Tue May 16
W 136 - 100SA
Sat May 20
W 120 - 108at SA
Mon May 22
W 129 - 115at SA
Thu Jun 1
W 113 - 91CLE
Sun Jun 4
W 132 - 113CLE
Wed Jun 7
W 118 - 113at CLE
Fri Jun 9
L 137 - 116at CLE
Mon Jun 12
W 129 - 120CLE


Golden St.42-1067-15
L.A. Clippers31-2151-31
L.A. Lakers16-3626-56
Warriors' Chris Boucher: Agrees to two-way contract with Warriors
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Boucher signed a two-way contract Thursday with the Warriors, Shams Charania of The Vertical reports.

Boucher will join former Oregon teammate Jordan Bell in Golden State, although Boucher will likely be spending most of the 2017-18 season rehabbing in the G League after tearing his ACL back in March. At 6-foot-10, Boucher was a solid two-way player in two seasons for the Ducks, shooting 35 percent from behind the arc and blocking 2.5 shots per game last season.

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Warriors' Jordan Bell: Heading to Golden State
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bell was selected by the Bulls with the 38th pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, but was traded to the Warriors in exchange for cash, Tim Bontemps of The Washington Post reports.

Bell averaged 11.0 points, 8.7 boards, 2.3 blocks and 1.3 steals across 29.1 minutes per game for Oregon last season. He's an excellent athlete (and boasts a 6-11 wingspan) with a knack for defense and rebounding. Bell also shot an incredibly efficient 66.1 percent on two-pointers last season. While he won't spread the floor for the Warriors, he has the potential to be a quality energy player off the bench.

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Warriors' Kevin Durant: Declines player option, will re-sign with Warriors
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Durant will decline his $27.7 million player option for the 2017-18 season, but is fully expected to re-sign with the Warriors, Chris Haynes of reports.

Durant is planning to take a little less than a max deal in re-signing to the Warriors, with the hope that they'll be able to bring back some of their key role players elsewhere, which appears to include Andre Iguodala as the biggest priority. Already indicating that he wants to be with Golden State long term, Durant isn't in danger of heading elsewhere and should continue to be considered a key player in heading the Warriors championship defense during the upcoming campaign. The 2017 NBA Finals MVP averaged 25.1 points, 8.3 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.1 steals, 1.6 blocks and 1.9 three-pointers across 33.4 minutes during his first season with the Warriors.

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Warriors' Klay Thompson: Serves as complementary presence in Game 5
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Thompson managed 11 points (4-13 FG, 3-7 3Pt), five rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block over 34 minutes during Monday's 129-120 win over the Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.

Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry combined for 73 points on 44 shot attempts -- and Andre Iguodala provided 20 points off the bench -- so there wasn't a whole lot placed on Thompson. He primarily played a complementary role for the second straight game, and he shot under 40 percent in each of the last two contests of the series while averaging a modest 12.5 points. The 27-year-old had some particularly poor shooting efforts in the playoffs and finished the postseason with a 39.7 percent success rate from the floor. However, Thompson actually saw a slight uptick in his scoring average (22.1 to 22.3) in the regular season over the year prior, despite the arrival of Kevin Durant. Under contract through the 2018-19 campaign, he'll once again serve as an important component of Golden State's high-octane attack next season.

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Warriors' Andre Iguodala: Explodes for 20 points in championship win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Iguodala totaled 20 points (9-14 FG, 2-7 3Pt), three rebounds and three assists over 38 minutes during Monday's 129-120 win over the Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.

Iguodala saw a postseason-high amount of run and parlayed it into his first double-digit scoring effort since Game 3 of the semifinals against the Jazz. The scoring total was a playoff high for the veteran, who enjoyed another solid postseason in which he averaged 7.2 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.2 assists across 26.2 minutes. The 33-year-old now heads into free agency after four years in the Bay Area, but given his experience and defensive proficiency, he could certainly return to reprise the role he's been very successful in.

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2016-17 Team Leaders
PPGStephen Curry , PG25.3
RPGKevin Durant , SF8.3
APGDraymond Green , PF7
FG%Kevin Durant , SF53.7
FT%Stephen Curry , PG89.8
3P%Klay Thompson , SG41.4
BLOCKSDraymond Green , PF106
STEALSDraymond Green , PF154
MPGKlay Thompson , SG34
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