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Oakland Warriors Podcast
6 minutes | a day ago
Gimme My Money Back! Uninspired Warriors Float Through Loss to Lakers | 19-16 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 60)
Patrick talks the uninteresting Warriors blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. A game they could've possibly stolen due to the injury to Anthony Davis, the W's must've found something to get into in SoCal even with all the COVID restrictions because they gave their most uninspired effort since a loss in Phoenix exactly one month ago. If they keep this up, they could find themselves under .500 in just a couple weeks.
18 minutes | 3 days ago
Finally a 3-Game Winning Streak! Jeremy Lin Called "Coronavirus", Changing the Logo to Kobe Bryant, Warriors Beat the Hornets | 19-15 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 59)
Patrick drops his observations on the Warriors first 3-game winning streak of the season as they beat the Charlotte Hornets. Kelly Oubre Jr.'s continued emergence, Draymond Green leaning in, James Wiseman's surprises. Plus, should the NBA change the logo to Kobe Bryant? What's the deal with someone calling Jeremy Lin "Coronavirus" on the court? And is Jordan Poole's G League showing fool's gold?
9 minutes | 5 days ago
Warriors Beat the Pacers! Oubre Easier or Harder to Trade? Steph's Off Shooting Night, Wiseman's Mixed Bag | 18-15 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 58)
Patrick drops his observations on the Warriors win over the Indiana Pacers. Even without facing a box-and-1 from Indiana, Stephen Curry had an off night shooting but the W's did enough to come back home from the road trip 2-2. Steve Kerr keeps trying new lineups and rotations with James Wiseman in the second unit. Plus, Kelly Oubre Jr. continues to play well. But does that make it harder to part with him or easier to trade him?
10 minutes | 6 days ago
James Wiseman and Kevon Looney Return, Warriors Get Revenge on the Knicks, Jacob Evans Is Back? | 17-15 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 57)
For a night all was right with the world. James Wiseman, Kevon Looney, and Stephen Curry all returned to the lineup. And the Golden State Warriors didn't blow a 4th quarter lead and held on to beat the New York Knicks. Besides a rusty jumper, Wiseman looks like he didn't miss a beat and may have actually learned something while injured. Patrick breaks down his observations. Plus, the Santa Cruz Warriors sign former Warrior Jacob Evans. Why?
29 minutes | 7 days ago
Can James Wiseman Catch LaMelo? Minnesota's Draft Pick, DLo's Place Amongst NBA Point Guards, What It's Like Being on the Dub Hub | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 56)
Patrick is joined by Vu-Bang to talk (00:11) can James Wiseman catch LaMelo Ball in the Rookie of the Year race? (5:45) the Warriors odds of getting the Minnesota Timberwolves' 2021 No. 1 draft pick, (10:47) which NBA point guards would we want before D'Angelo Russell, (14:08) the fluctuating value of the Wolves' pick, (18:24) Vu-Bang's mind-blowing experience on the Warriors' Dub Hub, the big screen of fans you see behind the bench at Chase Center.
14 minutes | 9 days ago
Things Fall Apart: Draymond Green, Warriors Give One Away to the Hornets | 16-15 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 55)
Patrick talks about the most maddening loss of the year. The Golden State Warriors had a double-digit lead but a series of bad possessions, a questionable call or two, and Draymond Green losing his composure cost the W's a chance at their first win on this road trip. In a game where Stephen Curry was a last-second scratch, the squad had done just enough to win – and still lost. What's their identity and where do they go from here?
7 minutes | 10 days ago
No Win Streak For You! Sell High On Oubre? Warriors Blow Lead, Lose to the Magic | 16-14 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 54)
The Warriors blew a 13-point lead in a game they definetly should have won. Bad shots, turnovers, and general miscues cost the Warriors their best chance to win three games in a row for the first time all season. Kelly Oubre Jr. has been playing really well, so should the Warriors sell high and move him before the trade deadline, which is still more than a month away on March 25? Patrick's quick-hit thoughts on this tough loss.
8 minutes | 12 days ago
Best Win of the Season! The Baze Game, Warriors' Shorthanded Comeback Win Over the Heat | 16-13 | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 53)
Now THAT was entertaining. The Warriors generally played three quarters of mediocre basketball, but all of the sudden flipped the switch in the fourth quarter and overtime. Led by Kent Bazemore, Stephen Curry, Andrew Wiggins, Eric Paschall, and Kelly Oubre Jr., the shorthanded W's came back in a game they had no business winning. Now they embark on an eastern conference road trip against some highly beatable teams. Can they take their season to another level?
8 minutes | 14 days ago
An Old Fashioned Whoopin: Warriors Smack the Cavs, Draymond Speaks His Mind, A Chance For a Winning Streak? | (15-13) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 52)
Patrick breaks down the Warriors smack down of the Cleveland Cavaliers, including the chemistry between Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, the hope that it'll rub off on the younger players, Draymond speaking his mind on another NBA hypocrisy, and his first impressions of the "Sexland" backcourt of Collin Sexton and Darius Garland.
13 minutes | 16 days ago
In Praise of KD, Losing to the Nets, When Will the Warriors Win 3 In a Row? | (14-13) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 51)
Patrick drops some observations on the Golden State Warriors loss to Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets. It was both great and strange to see KD return to an empty Chase Center — where he literally helped break ground — play well and share some good moments with his former W's teammates. With KD starting to click with Kyrie Irving and James Harden, they could eventually become the title favorites. Also, looking at the rest of the known schedule, there is an opportunity for the squad to actually win three games in a row.
9 minutes | 18 days ago
Warriors Quash the Magic, KD and the Nets Up Next, Steph's MVP Chances | (14-12) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 50)
The Warriors close out on the beat up Orlando Magic and are once again 2-games above .500. With Kevin Durant and the Brooklyn Nets coming to town, can they find a way to get their first 3-game win streak of the year? Also, the weirdness of watching a game while on the trendy new Clubhouse app, Steph's MVP chances, Andrew Wiggins and Kelly Oubre Jr. both shoot well on the same night, and Juan Toscano-Anderson is better than Jordan Poole.
13 minutes | 19 days ago
Warriors' Dream Draft: Jonathan Kuminga, Scouting G League Ignite, Jalen Green, Mannion, Poole, Jeremy Lin | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 49)
Patrick breaks down his impressions of the Santa Cruz Warriors' loss to the G League Ignite team. Bottom line: if the Warriors get the Minnesota Timberwolves 2021 first-round pick at #4 or #5, they should pray Jonathan Kuminga is still there. It's early but he impressed. Keep tabs on this kid. Jordan Poole scored points but he didn't really show much. Nico Mannion didn't shoot well, but he still looks like a natural-born point guard. And Jeremy Lin and Jarrett Jack should be in the league just for fun!
9 minutes | 20 days ago
Realistic Warriors Expectations? W's Knock Out the Spurs | (13-12) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 48)
The Warriors took down the San Antonio Spurs on the 2nd night of their back-to-back two-game series. Stephen Curry showed out again and he actually got some help. The supporting cast may not have shot particularly well but they played with energy and focus. But can they be consistent? Can they string together a few of these performances? And what should realistic goals and hopes be for this season?
7 minutes | 21 days ago
Malaise of Mediocrity: Steph Is Stellar But the Warriors Lose to the Spurs | (12-12) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 47)
Patrick drops some observations as the Warriors fall back down to .500 with a record of 12-12, blowing a 14-point lead and losing to the San Antonio Spurs. Stephen Curry had another MVP-level performance, but the supporting cast couldn't help him cross the finish line. Twenty turnovers pretty much sealed it, as well as an odd Draymond Green 3-pointer in the game's waning moments. Right now the W's are officially mediocre.
8 minutes | 23 days ago
Transcendent Steph Drops 57, Weird Calls and No-Calls, Warriors Lose Tough One to the Mavs | (12-11) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 46)
Stephen Curry drops 57, but the Golden State Warriors lose to Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks. Kelly Oubre Jr. falls back to Earth while Andrew Wiggins has a solid bounce back game after a couple of poor shooting nights. Patrick offers his observations on a night where Steph reminded a prime time audience that he's still very much in the building. Also, some questionable calls (and no-calls) and why doesn't Steph shoot more free throws?
10 minutes | 25 days ago
Small-Ball Lives! The Kelly Oubre Game, Warriors Smack the Mavs | (12-10) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 45)
Patrick breaks down the Warriors' absurdly entertaining 31-point beatdown of the Dallas Mavericks. Small-ball makes a successful return as Kelly Oubre Jr. scores a career-high 40 points and has by far his best game as a Warrior -- and likely his best game as a pro. Draymond Green, Stephen Curry, Juan Toscano-Anderson, and Damion Lee were all impressive. Andrew Wiggins, despite a rough start shooting, stuck with it and showed the consistent effort on both ends the Warriors need from him. The teams go back at it in a couple days.
9 minutes | a month ago
Warriors Outsized and Outrebounded By the Celtics, Kelly Oubre's One Pivotal Play, Wiggins Struggles, JTA Shines | (11-10) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 44)
Patrick drops his observations on the Warriors four-point loss to the Boston Celtics. They lost Kevon Looney to a sprained ankle and endured a rare poor shooting night from Andrew Wiggins, but Stephen Curry's brilliance almost got them over the hump. With James Wiseman and (potentially) Looney out, how can the Warriors survive with an extremely small-ball lineup? Plus, Kelly Oubre Jr.'s blocked dunk was THE pivotal play of the game.
25 minutes | a month ago
Do NOT Trade James Wiseman for Bradley Beal! | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 43)
It would take way more than just James Wiseman to pry Bradley Beal away from the Washington Wizards, but should the Golden State Warriors even consider unloading the talented potential unicorn, the 2021 Minnesota Timberwolves pick, and more for the 6'3" shooting guard? Patrick and Vu-Bang dive deep into their feelings to parse out the possibilities.
14 minutes | a month ago
Warriors Destroy the Pistons, James Wiseman for Bradley Beal?, Can Consistency Be Sustained? | (11-9) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 42)
Patrick drops his observations on the Golden State Warriors' beat down of the Detroit Pistons, a team the W's are supposed to be. But playing the long game, can they maintain consistency and string more wins together? Andrew Wiggins and Draymond Green are looking good. Plus, teasing our upcoming episode discussing James Wiseman - Bradley Beal trade talk. Blake Griffin looks washed. And why didn't Detroit draft Tyrese Haliburton?
4 minutes | a month ago
No Joy In These Buckets: Warriors Lose to the Suns | (10-9) | Oakland Warriors Podcast (Ep. 41)
This might be the shortest, most succinct podcast we'll ever put out because that game was easily the most boring game of the year. Patrick reflects on the experience of watching the Warriors lose with a really poor effort to the Phoenix Suns.
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