2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
53-17, 1st in Pacific

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

With three All-Stars sidelined because of injury, Warriors forward Draymond Green scored a season-high 25 points to go along with 11 rebounds and eight assists in his team's comeback win over the Suns. "Without our other three All-Stars, he's taking on a different look and playing a different position, running different plays from those positions," said Warriors head coach Steve Kerr. "Draymond likes to be challenged intellectually in this game, and I think this stretch right now, he's energized because he's doing something different." Green has also worked to encourage his teammates more, which was evident in the third quarter, when the Warriors outscored the Suns, 42-25. "I think it's important to not get frustrated and continue to encourage them," Green said. "Guys are already out of their comfort zone."

Shorthanded Warriors top Suns (1:15)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors reserve center Kevon Looney finished with career-high six blocks against the Suns, the most for a reserve player in the NBA this season.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors backup guard Quinn Cook set a new scoring career-high for the second night in a row, finishing with 28 points vs. the Suns after scoring 25 last night against the Kings. Cook's 28 points against Phoenix is the most for any player on a two-way contract this season. "Quinn is showing the world that he's an NBA player," said Warriors forward Draymond Green. "I've said all along, I sit here and watch so many other teams play and I wonder, 'How is Quinn Cook a two-way player?' And then you've got guys in the league that can't dribble with their left hand or can't go left, can't go right, but you've got a guy like that as a two-way player. So I'm happy for him. I pray that he gets rewarded and gets what he deserves."


Cook, Green lead depleted Warriors past Suns 124-109

Quinn Cook scored 16 of his career-high 28 points in a dominant third quarter for Golden State, Draymond Green narrowly missed a triple-double and the severely depleted Warriors handed the Phoenix Suns their eighth straight loss and 23rd in 25 games,...

Bell cruises to fast-break dunk (0:18)
Cook, Green secure back-to-back and-1 buckets (0:37)
Swaggy P and Bender get into altercation (0:29)
Looney throws it down after Cook's pass (0:19)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors coach Steve Kerr says forward Omri Casspi is day-to-day with a sprained right ankle, which he suffered in last night's loss to Sacramento. Along with Casspi being out in tonight's game against the Suns, the Warriors will also be without Stephen Curry (tweaked right ankle), Kevin Durant (right rib soreness), Patrick McCaw (non-displaced fracture, left wrist) and Klay Thompson (fractured right thumb). Forward Andre Iguodala (left knee contusion) is available to play tonight.

Curry dropped 32 in his last college win (0:41)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors coach Steve Kerr on forward Omri Casspi leaving Friday's game with a sprained right ankle: "To lose another one of our wings, we're literally running out of bodies. It's a shame. The timing is strange. Everybody seems to be going down at the same time. But more than anything, I feel bad for him, because this is his time to play."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr on his level of concern about Kevin Durant being out with a rib fracture: "It's not too high because we're probably looking at a week or two and evaluate him, but it doesn't appear to be anything longer than that. All these injuries seem to be temporary. A couple weeks, a week, two weeks – whatever. We're in good shape. We've just got to survive this next slate of games and hopefully start getting guys back and get rolling again for the playoffs."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

When asked about teammate Kevin Durant (rib fracture) joining Klay Thompson (fractured right thumb) and Stephen Curry (sprained right ankle) on the Warriors' injury list, forward Draymond Green initially joked, "It's more shots for me, baby." Green then added, "That's the most important thing, though, is to get healthy. Obviously, I think, where we are right now -- we're in a position where, I think all three guys could play if they had to, but it's just not that important for them to play. I think it's more important for them to be healthy. That's kind of been the theme the whole year – just to keep guys fresh and healthy and try to get a rhythm while doing it. With those three guys being down, it gives other guys a chance to play, get some minutes. But it also gives [our stars] a chance to not only rest or get rehab but also get their legs back going into the playoffs. It's a long season, so, I don't think it's all bad for us with those guys being down. We'll be fine and get them healthy and then we can go into the playoffs healthy. That's the goal."

Kings defeat shorthanded Warriors (1:29)
Cook scores career-high 25 points (1:15)

Injured Warriors play short, don't have enough against Kings

Buddy Hield made three free throws over the final 27.5 seconds, Willie Cauley-Stein had a late dunk and the Sacramento Kings won for the second time this season on Golden State's home floor, beating a Warriors team missing its top three scorers 98-93...

Iguodala splits two defenders for dunk (0:28)
Steph trolls Hield after out-of-bounds call (0:35)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Warriors announce that forward Omri Casspi (sprained right ankle) will not return to tonight's game against the Kings. He left the game with about nine minutes left in the second quarter.

Cook drops 13 first-quarter points on perfect shooting (0:53)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Another injury for the Warriors -- forward Omri Casspi suffered what appears to be a lower leg injury with nine minutes to go in the second quarter against the Kings, left the game and went to the locker room.

Swaggy P's early 3-pointer hypes up Dubs' bench (0:23)

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.51st
Rebounds Per Game43.9Tied-14th
Assists Per Game30.01st
Points Allowed107.617th

Team History