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October 15, 2015 | BY MARK PERNER, Daily News Staff Writer pernerm@phillynews.com
IT SEEMS THE Golden State Warriors are facing a bigger battle off the court than on it when it comes to defending their NBA championship. Comments popped up yesterday after the Warriors' Steph Curry and Draymond Green were asked about people discussing whether their team "deserves" its title. The question was in response to Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc River harping on the fact that the Warriors didn't play anybody en route to the title. Green, the Warriors' outspoken forward, said that teams questioning the title is just sour grapes, adding that you don't hear such talk coming from teams like the San Antonio Spurs.
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October 8, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
TEMPLE'S FOOTBALL team has played once at home this season. The unbeaten Owls trailed in that one for a little over 38 1/2 minutes. In their three on the road, they've been behind for a total of just under 7. Nobody ever proclaimed this stuff has to make perfect sense. "I love being on the road, I don't know why," senior linebacker Tyler Matakevich said. "Don't get me wrong. Playing in the Linc is great, but going to another team's stadium and having an opportunity to show them how good of a team we are . . . Of course, to just hop on the bus and go right down to the hotel to relax and get ready for the next day works, too. " Whatever.
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September 18, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
TYREKE EVANS needs a reality check. The Pelicans guard, who grew up in Chester, told The Sporting News that his team has a legitimate chance to win the NBA title this season. Huh? Did he forget that New Orleans was swept by the Warriors - the eventual NBA champions - in the first round of last season's playoffs? What's changed since then? The Pelicans biggest offseason move was hiring Warriors assistant Alvin Gentry to replace Monty Williams as head coach. "I don't see why we can't do it," Evans said.
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September 3, 2015 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
There's a maroon-and-white sign mounted to the top of the fence at Schramm Field. Facing away from Garfield Avenue, it itemizes the achievements of the West Chester Henderson girls' soccer program: The years the Warriors were nationally ranked. A list of their state championship seasons. Their three straight District 1 titles. The most recent date on the list - 1999 - celebrates a PIAA Class AAA championship. It also happens to be the year Sydney Zandi, Kailee Coonan, and Olivia Parke were born.
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August 2, 2015 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
JASON THOMPSON's stint with the 76ers lasted less than a month. The Lenape High, N.J., product, who was acquired on July 9 from Sacramento in the deal that netted the Sixers Nik Stauskas, was traded yesterday to the Golden State Warriors for forward Gerald Wallace, both teams announced. Thompson, 29, averaged 6.1 points and 6.5 rebounds in 24.6 minutes last season for the only NBA team he had ever played for. He was drafted by Sacramento with the 12th overall pick of the 2008 draft.
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August 2, 2015 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jason Thompson's tenure as the homegrown 76er lasted 22 days. The Sixers traded the Camden native, who played at Lenape High School, to the Golden State Warriors Friday for Gerald Wallace and a 2016 NBA draft consideration. The Sixers have the right to swap the lesser of the first-round picks from the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder with Golden State's first-rounder. This transaction came after the Sixers officially acquired Thompson, Nik Stauskas and Carl Landry from the Sacramento Kings on July 10. However, the franchise had stated that it planned to keep Thompson this season when he was acquired.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 22, 2015 | By Howard Gensler
COUNTRY'S hottest couple is Splitsville. After years of tabloid gossip claiming marital troubles, Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert announced their divorce after four years of marriage and at least that many in love prior to marriage. TMZ.com reported that Blake filed for divorce, kept secret from their friends, about two weeks ago. "This is not the future we envisioned," the former couple said in a statement. "And it is with heavy hearts that we move forward separately.
NEWS
July 10, 2015 | By Chris Palmer, Inquirer Staff Writer
The message was familiar, but the turf was different. And to hear Gov. Wolf tell it, that's because the legislature's Republican majority - which has so far rejected many of Wolf's budget priorities - are divorced from life outside the Capitol. "I want to be where reality actually is," he said during an afternoon news conference in front of Downingtown Middle School. "We have a choice to make. That's what my budget is about, and I came here because I think I can make that statement more clearly in front of real people than I can in Harrisburg.
NEWS
June 25, 2015 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
Harvey Pollack, a statistical savant whose highlight in a lifetime of compiling and inventing complex sports data came one night in 1962 when he hurriedly scrawled a simple round number on a piece of paper, died Tuesday at age 93. The longest-tenured employee in the NBA, having worked for the 76ers and Warriors since the league's founding in 1946, Mr. Pollack had been hospitalized since January when he was injured in a Center City car accident....
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June 15, 2015 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, Inquirer Columnist
I didn't leave my heart in San Francisco. The Philadelphia Warriors, without my consent, took it there. For me, the Warriors' sudden and unexpected departure for California in 1962 was a sting as sharp as death's. And while healing came with time, wisdom did not. I didn't understand the move then, and, 53 years later, I still don't. This week, seeing and hearing the Warriors' name so often during these 2015 NBA Finals, I had to wonder again why my beloved basketball franchise abandoned me. If, as we like to believe, Philadelphia is a basketball town, then the Warriors should have been a bedrock civic institution, like TastyKake or the Museum of Art. Instead, despite an unusually successful history, a hometown superstar who happened to be the world's greatest player, a supporting cast teeming with Philadelphia talent, and attendance that was average at worst, they left.
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