2021 ScheduleAll times ET

2021 Schedule
5th in Pacific
Peyton has new nickname for Barkley after he exceeds expectations (0:44)
Stephen A. isn't sleeping on Steph, Warriors without Klay (1:52)
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Klay has surgery, expected to make full recovery

Golden State Warriors star guard Klay Thompson underwent surgery on Wednesday and is expected to make a full recovery from a season-ending tear to his right Achilles tendon.

Adrian Wojnarowski Senior NBA Insider 

Golden State Warriors All-Star G Klay Thompson underwent surgery today to repair his torn Achilles, source tells ESPN. He is expected to make a full recovery.

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Warriors' new addition Oubre takes shot at Suns

Swingman Kelly Oubre Jr., thrilled to now be with the Golden State Warriors, took a shot at Phoenix owner Robert Sarver after two years with the Suns.

Steph talks emotional conversation with Klay (1:06)

Greeny Hour 1: Jameis Benched, Tim Legler, David Pollack

We start with the big news out of New Orleans as it will be Taysom Hill on Sunday and NOT Jameis Winston for the Saints. ESPN NBA Analyst Tim Legler tries to put into words how he felt hearing the news of Klay Thompson's injury and tells us where he could see Gordon Hayward going next. Plus, Greeny reveals the three people under the most pressure this weekend... and ESPN CFB Analyst David Pollack joins us to preview tomorrow's games.


J&J: Chiefs Out for Revenge Against Raiders?

Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss how the Warriors are making moves in response to Klay's injury, Russ & Seattle's D coming up big against Cardinals and the Chiefs looking for revenge against the Raiders. Plus...a recap of Gucci Mane-Jeezy Verzuz battle.

Stephen A. and Max get heated over the status of the Warriors' dynasty (2:22)

Hour 4: What is a Superstar?

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour of the show wondering who is a Superstar in the NBA? We break down what one is, what criteria there are, and who fits the mold. Nick Friedell joins the show to discuss the emotions from the Warriors and what to make of them moving forward. Ed Werder joins the show to discuss what's going on with Drew Brees and can the Cowboys win the division?

Warriors' acquiring Oubre shows commitment to season (0:52)

Hour 2: Bedlam

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour two with a crazy stat. Its been 520 days since Klay Thompson last played, and it will likely be more than that when he returns. How does this change the Warriors? Also, we discuss the key matchups at the QB position for this Sunday. Heather Dinich joins the show to discuss Bedlam and how the committee decided to keep the playoff as scheduled.


Hour 1: Seattle Showout

Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin hour one of the show discussing what they saw from the AFC West showdown. Kyler was under pressure all night, and the Seahawks came out on top. Are the Seahawks rounding into form? Also, we discuss what to make of the Klay Thompson injury and what it means moving forward. Dianna Russini joins the show to discuss the injuries around the NFL.


ESPN Daily: Can the Steelers Go 16-0?

The Pittsburgh Steelers (9-0) are the NFL's last remaining unbeaten team, thanks to a stingy defense and an offense loaded with talented skill players. After narrow victories over Tennessee, Dallas, and Baltimore created quite a bit of skepticism, the question still remains: can the Pittsburgh Steelers go undefeated? Former Steelers defensive back Ryan Clark joins the show to discuss the evolution of Ben Roethlisberger, the rise of Chase Claypool, why Mike Tomlin is under-appreciated, and whether a team that is carried by its defense can prevail over the high-powered offenses in today’s NFL. Then, on the news of the Warriors' Klay Thompson's injury, Andre Iguodala weighs in on his friend’s road to recovery.

Stephen A. devastated to hear about Klay's season-ending injury (0:50)
Warriors GM Bob Myers hurts for Klay Thompson (2:31)

Team Stats

Points Per Game106.328th
Rebounds Per Game42.824th
Assists Per Game25.69th
Points Allowed115.024th

Team History