The epicenter of basketball will be San Francisco for a winter weekend in 2025. That's because fans will be treated to the 74th NBA All-Star Game at San Francisco's Chase Center.
During Tuesday's practice, the Golden State Warriors guard knocked down 3-pointers for over five minutes, and didn't miss a shot.
Steph Curry shocked a few players from the Oakland Tech girls basketball team when he showed up as they shopped for sneakers a few weeks ago in Alameda.
A Warriors super fan with a highly-recognizable Oakland home recently passed away. A local shelter has put out a call for his two dogs to be adopted.
Golden State Warrior Stephen Curry and his wife, celebrity chef and cookbook author Ayesha Curry, made a surprise appearance at an East Oakland elementary school Wednesday to celebrate the newly remodeled schoolyard provided by their organization, the Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation.
Stephen Curry's new film 'Underrated' reveals what made the basketball star different and what fueled his fire throughout his career.
Stephen Curry's win at the Celebrity Golf Tournament this weekend was full of memorable moments including a hole-in-one and a clutch final shot. But it was the celebration hug with his son Canon that pulled at everyone's heart strings.
The Golden State Warriors star made a hole-in-one Saturday in the American Century Championship celebrity tournament.
Napa Valley’s Prisoner Wine Company will now be serving Ayesha Curry's wine brand.
Warriors’ superstar Stephen Curry has one more accolade to add to his impressive and long list of recognitions and accomplishments: He's been named the 2023 recipient of the Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award.
With a special shout out to the guy that wears No. 30, the Golden State Warriors just became the first North American sports franchise to reach 30 million followers on Instagram.
Draymond Green loved Golden State's defensive energy against LeBron James and knows the Warriors must bring that same urgency back to Los Angeles with another chance to save this topsy-turvy season and defend their title.
Excitement filled Chase Center as Warriors fans witnessed a thrilling Game 2 that had the Golden State Warriors dominating the court against the Los Angeles Lakers Thursday night in a 127-100 Warriors' victory.
Anthony Davis had 30 points, 23 rebounds, five assists and four blocked shots, LeBron James added 22 points and 11 rebounds dueling with Stephen Curry in their latest postseason showdown, and the Los Angeles Lakers held off a late flurry by the Golden State Warriors to win an entertaining Game 1 in the Western Conference semifinals 117-112 on Tuesday night.
At the Warriors team store in San Francisco, fans were streaming in. Many were still on a high, following Sunday’s epic game 7 win against the Sacramento Kings.
Stephen Curry scored a playoff career-high 50 points and answered time and again to will the defending champions on in their quest for a repeat, Kevon Looney grabbed 21 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors advanced to the Western Conference semifinals by beating the Sacramento Kings 120-100 in Sunday’s winner-take-all Game 7.
It was heartbreak at the Chase Center Friday night. The Warriors failed to clinch the series against the Kings and will head back to Sacramento for a do-or-die Game 7.
The Sacramento Kings challenged themselves to play with the very identity that got them this far in the first place: Push the ball in transition, make all the hustle plays, defend with fury.
Warriors players and fans are preparing for an abnormally early tip-off Friday. Game 6 against the Sacramento Kings starts at 5:00 p.m. which has many scratching their heads.
Warriors fans react to nail-biting home win over the Warriors at Chase Center. Dave Detling reports