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Pacific Division118.2 (1st)105.4 (2nd)
Western Conference1st6th
NBA1st13th

Next Game

Thu, February 23, 10:30 PM EST
ORACLE Arena
TV: TNT
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107.9
PPG
118.2
46.8
FG %
50.1
74.8
FT %
78.9
37.9
3PT %
38.8

Schedule

Sat Jan 28
W 144 - 98LAC
Recap
Sun Jan 29
W 113 - 111at POR
Recap
Wed Feb 1
W 126 - 111CHA
Recap
Thu Feb 2
W 133 - 120at LAC
Recap
Sat Feb 4
L 109 - 106at SAC
Recap
Wed Feb 8
W 123 - 92CHI
Recap
Fri Feb 10
W 122 - 107at MEM
Recap
Sat Feb 11
W 130 - 114at OKC
Recap
Mon Feb 13
L 132 - 110at DEN
Recap
Wed Feb 15
W 109 - 86SAC
Recap
10:30 pm EST
Thu Feb 23
TNTLAC
10:30 pm EST
Sat Feb 25
BKN
7:00 pm EST
Mon Feb 27
at PHI
7:00 pm EST
Tue Feb 28
at WAS
8:00 pm EST
Thu Mar 2
at CHI
3:30 pm EST
Sun Mar 5
at NY
7:30 pm EST
Mon Mar 6
at ATL
10:30 pm EST
Wed Mar 8
BOS
8:00 pm EST
Fri Mar 10
at MIN
8:30 pm EST
Sat Mar 11
at SA

Standings

WEST
Pacific
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Golden St.30-747-9
L.A. Clippers22-1335-21
Sacramento14-1824-33
L.A. Lakers9-2519-39
Phoenix7-3218-39
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Warriors' Briante Weber: Still with Golden State, recalled from D-League
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Updating a previous report, the Warriors have yet to decide whether or not to sign Weber for the rest of the season when his second 10-day contract expires Wednesday. He's was recalled Tuesday from the D-League's Sioux Falls Skyforce.

Weber represented Sioux Falls in the D-League All-Star Game on Saturday, during which he tallied four points, two assists and two steals in 16 minutes. The Warriors are expected to determine Weber's future with the team now that he's back with the big club. Even if he ends up sticking with the Warriors the rest of the way, Weber is unlikely to see much more than garbage-time minutes in games as the team's third- or fourth-string point guard.

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Warriors' Kevin Durant: Notches triple-double in All-Star Game
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Durant posted 21 points (9-16 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 1-2 FT), 10 rebounds, 10 assists and two steals across 27 minutes in the Western Conference's 192-182 win over the Eastern Conference in Sunday's NBA All-Star Game.

Durant didn't let his deteriorating off-court relationship with former teammate Russell Westbrook affect his performance in the exhibition, as the pair connected on an alley-oop dunk in the first quarter. The Warriors forward would go on to fill up the stat sheet, but he never had a serious case for MVP honors with Anthony Davis scoring a All-Star Game record 52 points.

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Warriors' Briante Weber: Will play in D-League All-Star Game
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Weber was assigned to the D-League's Santa Cruz Warriors on Friday so that he can participate in the D-League All-Star Game on Saturday, Anthony Slater of the San Jose Mercury News reports.

Weber has spent the majority of this season with the Sioux Falls Skyforce, where he played well enough to be designated as a D-League All-Star, but he's currently on a second 10-day contract with Golden State. He'll likely be called back up following All-Star weekend and available for Thursday's game against the Clippers, although Weber is averaging just over eight minutes during his five games with Golden State to date.

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Warriors' Kevon Looney: Swipes career-high four steals
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Looney recorded five points (2-4 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 1-2 FT), four steals, two rebounds, and one assist in 16 minutes during Wednesday's 109-86 win over the Kings.

Looney's steal total was a career high, and he has now seen double-digit minutes in seven consecutive games. David West (thumb) missed his 14th contest in a row, but when the veteran returns Looney figures to see less playing time since the sophomore had not averaged double-digit minutes in any month prior to February.

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Warriors' Draymond Green: Ejected from Wednesday's win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Green scored two points (0-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT) with two rebounds, three assists and one steal over 15 minutes in Wednesday's 109-86 win over the Kings.

Green's reduced playing time was due to being ejected from the game late in the second quarter. He didn't agree with being assessed a foul against the Kings' DeMarcus Cousins and his reaction prompted referee Ron Garrettson to slap him with two technical fouls. To that point in the game, Green and the rest of his teammates were exhibiting a lackluster effort in front of the home crowd. His ejection seemed to be a boost for the Warriors, who outscored the Kings, 42-15, in the decisive third quarter. He now has 10 technical fouls for the season, six shy of the the number that will trigger a one-game NBA suspension.

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2016-17 Team Leaders
PPGKevin Durant , SF25.8
RPGDraymond Green , PF8.2
APGDraymond Green , PF7.3
FG%Kevin Durant , SF53.9
FT%Stephen Curry , PG91.6
3P%Klay Thompson , SG42.2
BLOCKSKevin Durant , SF95
STEALSDraymond Green , PF111
MPGKlay Thompson , SG34.1
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