Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors seemed to have everything going its way when a three-point play gave them a 110-108 with just seconds to go in the game. Then, the Warriors and the crowd in Oakland witnessed the greatness that is LeBron James.
All-Star guard Dwyane Wade was a late scratch from the Miami Heat’s starting lineup against the Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night because of a sore left foot.
A three-team trade involving the NBA Champion Miami Heat, Golden State Warriors, and Boston Celtics has been agreed upon, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski.
Stephen Curry scored 36 points and handed out 12 assists, and David Lee scored 32 points as the Golden State Warriors beat the Miami Heat 123-114 Thursday night and extended the NBA’s longest current winning streak to seven games.
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra and team president Pat Riley took a moment in the locker room late Wednesday night to give LeBron James the game ball and recognize his latest record after the Golden State Warriors, 92-75.
Draymond Green made a layup with 0.9 seconds left to give the Golden State Warriors a 97-95 win over the Miami Heat on Wednesday.
While the Golden State Warriors have pulled out wins on the first four stops of their longest road trip of the season, they could have their hands full with a visit to Miami up next.
Dorell Wright scored 20 points and made a season-high six 3-pointers, including a tying shot late in regulation, and the short-handed Golden State Warriors spoiled Dwyane Wade’s return with a 111-106 overtime victory over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night.
It’s been more than a week since Dwyane Wade was removed from the lineup due to a foot injury. Unfortunately, his status still hasn’t changed during the week.
Even a 20-point deficit doesn’t derail the Miami Heat these days.