Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Pacific Division115.8 (1st)107.7 (3rd)
Western Conference1st12th


Thu Jan 25
W 126 - 113MIN
Sat Jan 27
W 109 - 105BOS
Tue Jan 30
L 99 - 129@UTA
Fri Feb 2
W 119 - 104@SAC
Sat Feb 3
L 108 - 115@DEN
Tue Feb 6
L 105 - 125OKC
Thu Feb 8
W 121 - 103DAL
Sat Feb 10
W 122 - 105SA
Mon Feb 12
W 129 - 83PHO
Wed Feb 14
L 117 - 123@POR
Thu Feb 22
10:30 pm ET
Sat Feb 24
8:30 pm ET
Mon Feb 26
7:30 pm ET
Wed Feb 28
8:00 pm ET
Fri Mar 2
7:30 pm ET
Tue Mar 6
10:30 pm ET
Thu Mar 8
10:30 pm ET
Fri Mar 9
10:00 pm ET
Sun Mar 11
3:30 pm ET
Wed Mar 14
10:30 pm ET


Golden St.25-1144-14
L.A. Clippers20-1630-26
L.A. Lakers11-2423-34
Warriors' Stephen Curry: Struggles with shot in loss
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Curry collected 11 points (4-14 FG, 3-11 3Pt), six rebounds, five assists and one steal in 26 minutes during Sunday's 148-145 loss to Team LeBron in the All-Star game.

Curry failed to impress as team captain in Sunday's All-Star loss to Team LeBron. Curry along with James Harden (12 points on 5-of-19 shooting) both struggled with their shots as they blew a lead late in the game. The change in the team selection process appears to have breathed new life into the format, ensuring the games will be hotly contested in the coming years. Poor shooting aside, Curry is still going to be flirting with top three value as the Warriors look to stave off the Rocket to secure the number one seed in the Western Conference.

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Warriors' Kevin Durant: Scores 19 points in All-Star epic
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Durant had 19 points (7-13 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, five assists, three steals and one block in 29 minutes during Sunday's 148-145 victory over Team Stephen in the All-Star game.

Durant was pivotal in Team LeBron recording a come from behind victory, proving to the fans that the All-Star concept is alive and well. The game was played in good spirits, however, there was certainly more feeling than in previous years. Durant and the Warriors sit in the unfamiliar position of second in the Western Conference. With the stellar play of James Harden and Rockets, Durant is likely going to play most of the games down the stretch, or at least until the standings are finalized. Deploy him with confidence.

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Warriors' Klay Thompson: Comes up short in Three-Point Challenge
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Thompson scored 25 points in the final round of Saturday's JBL Three-Point Challenge, falling to Devin Booker's record-setting 28.

After posting a solid 19 in the opening round, Thompson seemed poised for his second title in the event, but he couldn't quite match Booker's blistering pace. Thompson headed into the All-Star break averaging 20.0 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.2 threes and 2.5 assists through 57 games, putting the Splash Brother on pace for his fourth straight 20-point campaign.

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Warriors' Andre Iguodala: No shot attempts over 29 minutes Wednesday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Iguodala did not attempt any field goals or free throws over 29 minutes in Wednesday's 123-117 loss to the Trail Blazers but posted three rebounds and one assist.

It was a highly unusual line for the veteran, who failed to put up a shot attempt for the first time all season. Iguodala is primarily valued for his defensive prowess at this stage of his career, so the majority of his fantasy utility typically comes from his production in the area of rebounds and assists. However, even that area of his game has seen a slight downturn this season, limiting his appeal to very deep formats.

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Warriors' Draymond Green: Full line despite finger issues
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Green (finger) offered 16 points (6-13 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 12 rebounds, seven assists, four blocks and two steals across 39 minutes in Wednesday's 123-117 loss to the Trail Blazers.

Green's return from a one-game absence due to an index finger sprain was highly successful, as he posted his third consecutive double-double. The sixth-year forward's recent bump in offensive usage has been a pleasant development for fantasy owners, considering much of it has come with the rest of his first-unit teammates in the lineup. Factoring in Wednesday's line, Green heads into the All-Star break with double-digit shot attempts in six of his last eight games and double-digit point totals in five of those contests.

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2017-18 Team Leaders
PPGStephen Curry, PG26.6
RPGDraymond Green, PF8
APGDraymond Green, PF7.3
FG%Kevin Durant, SF52.3
FT%Stephen Curry, PG91.5
3P%Klay Thompson, SG45.4
BLOCKSKevin Durant, SF97
STEALSStephen Curry, PG68
MPGKevin Durant, SF34.5
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