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Western Pacific Standings

Team W-L L10 STRK
37-18 7-3 W1
32-23 5-5 W2
33-24 6-4 L2
31-27 7-3 W1
29-26 8-2 W3

Top Warriors News

  • Warriors' Jonathan Kuminga: Scoring regression continues

    Kuminga provided six points (2-9 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, six assists, three blocks and two steals over 28 minutes during Friday's 97-84 victory over Charlotte.

    The Warriors have managed to string two wins together despite subpar scoring performances from Kuminga, who has noticeably dropped off in recent weeks. Resurgent play from Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson has kept the core of the starting lineup from missing Kuminga's former totals, but the Warriors would be a lot better off with scoring improvement from the former first-round pick.

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  • Warriors' Draymond Green: Leads team with 13 rebounds

    Green logged five points (2-6 FG, 1-2 3Pt), 13 rebounds, three assists, two blocks and one steal over 21 minutes during Friday's 97-84 win over the Hornets.

    Green's shot volume was low, but he was a stalwart defensive presence in the paint. There are several players vying for time on the Warriors' roster, and although certain matchups require more size, Green has the ability to slide over to the four in such circumstances. Green's 13 boards marked his second-best rebound total of the season.

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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Wins battle of brothers in victory

    Curry notched 15 points (5-14 FG, 3-11 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, five assists and one steal over 31 minutes during Friday's 97-84 win over the Hornets.

    Although Curry had a mediocre night by his standards, he came up with a better line than his brother Seth Curry, who is a recent addition to the Hornets from Dallas. It was actually a bigger family reunion as their father Dell Curry was calling the game for Charlotte in the press box. Despite a regression from his last game, fantasy managers should feel safe starting Curry whenever he is active.

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  • Warriors' Gary Payton: Available for Friday

    Payton (illness) will play in Friday's game against the Hornets, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.

    Payton was unable to play Thursday against the Lakers, but he was upgraded to probable prior to this update. Since returning to the rotation Feb. 10, Payton has yet to eclipse 15 minutes in four appearances.

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  • Warriors' Gary Payton: Expected to suit up Friday

    Payton (illness) is listed as probable for Friday's game versus the Hornets.

    Payton is expected to return to action Friday after missing Golden State's previous contest with a non-COVID illness. The 30-year-old guard will likely serve as one of the team's primary backcourt options off the bench if he's upgraded to available.

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  • Warriors' Trayce Jackson-Davis: Solid contribution in win

    Jackson-Davis closed with 17 points (8-10 FG, 1-1 FT), five rebounds, one assist and two blocks across 15 minutes during Thursday's 128-110 victory over the Lakers.

    The Warriors ran with Draymond Green as the starting center, but Jackson-Davis continues to make his presence known with the second unit. Coach Steve Kerr favored Jackson-Davis over Kevon Looney and Dario Saric in the contest, but the 2023 second-round pick may have been more effective than the taller options without LeBron James (ankle) on the floor. Despite the encouraging line, Jackson-Davis doesn't move the needle as a fantasy target at this point.

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  • Warriors' Klay Thompson: Struggles with shot in victory

    Thompson finished with three points (1-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt), four rebounds, five assists and one steal over 28 minutes during Thursday's 128-110 win over the Lakers.

    Thompson found the bottom of the basket just once in the victory, a far cry from the hot hand he demonstrated before the All-Star break. He averaged 24.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 1.7 assists in the last three games before the break and converted 50.9 percent of his shots. He'll try to right the ship in the second half of the back-to-back against the Hornets on Friday.

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  • Warriors' Stephen Curry: Drains six threes in victory

    Curry finished Thursday's 128-110 win over the Lakers with 32 points (12-24 FG, 6-13 3Pt, 2-2 FT), one rebound, eight assists and three steals across 32 minutes.

    Curry was hot out of the gate, making five of his six three-pointers before halftime, ending with 25 points after two quarters. He also collected his 6,000th career assist, becoming the eighth player in NBA history to log both 23,000 points and 6,000 assists. Curry and the Warriors had an easier time without LeBron James (ankle) on the court for the Lakers.

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  • Warriors' Chris Paul: Targeting return next week

    Head coach Steve Kerr said Thursday that he's expecting Paul (hand) to return at some point during the Warriors' upcoming four-game road trip that begins Tuesday in Washington, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.

    Paul was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, but he'll miss the Warriors' ensuing three home games (Thursday versus the Lakers, Friday versus the Hornets and Sunday versus the Nuggets) while he gets ramped back up after a nearly two-month-long absence due to a fractured non-shooting hand. Paul had been starting alongside Stephen Curry in his final four appearances before he suffered the injury, but it's unclear if Paul or rookie Brandin Podziemski will end up serving as Curry's running mate once the Warriors' backcourt is at full strength. Paul's return should at the very least result in a lower minutes ceiling for Podziemski, who has been averaging 31.1 minutes per game through the first 18 contests of Paul's absence.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Team 119.5


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