Yahoo Sports senior NBA insider Chris Haynes and SiriusXM's Amin Elhassan connected on the Posted Up with Chris Haynes podcast to discuss the two-time MVP's wild shooting display over the last few weeks. Hear the full conversation on the Posted Up with Chris Haynes podcast. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you listen.
Stephen Curry poured in a game-high 38 points to move within 18 of Wilt Chamberlain's career franchise record Saturday night, lifting the Golden State Warriors to a 125-109 victory over the visiting Houston Rockets. Andrew Wiggins chipped in with 25 points and Jordan Poole 21 off the bench for the Warriors, who were coming off a potential soul-crushing, 110-107 home loss to Washington the night before in their pursuit for a bottom-end playoff spot in the Western Conference. John Wall, who sat out Friday's 126-109 road loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, returned to pace the Rockets with 30 points.
Plus, Verno and KOC discuss Nikola Jokic doing things that no center has done before, whether the Suns are a major threat to be in the NBA Finals, LaMelo Ball’s pending return to the Hornets lineup, and much more
Jayson Tatum and Steph Curry put on a duel for the ages Saturday night. The two stars traded buckets for much of the evening, with Tatum scoring 44 points and Curry finishing with 47 of his own. While Curry had the higher point total, it wasn’t enough for his Warriors, as they fell to the […]
Three takeaways from the Warriors 116-102 win over the Chicago Bulls (19-26) Monday night at Chase Center, as Stephen Curry returned from a five-game absence to snap a four-game skid and help Golden State improve to 23-24.