2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
57-25, 1st in Pacific
Are the Warriors showing their vulnerability? (1:14)
San Francisco Chronicle
2d

A's buy 'KD commits to Oakland' advertisement

The Athletics took out a full-page advertisement in the San Francisco Chronicle that reads "KD commits to Oakland" in an apparent dig at the Warriors' Kevin Durant, who is set to hit free agency this summer.

AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill
2d

Durant, Green double-technical rescinded

Kevin Durant is now five technical fouls from receiving an automatic one-game suspension after the NBA rescinded a Game 3 double-technical against him and JaMychal Green.

Friedell: Win or lose, Warriors are fully aware KD may leave (1:16)
Woj: Cousins' injury will not affect his free agency (1:15)
2d

The Hoop Collective: NBA Playoffs Update

ESPN's Brian Windhorst, Jackie MacMullan and Tim McMahon discuss the latest from the NBA Playoffs and how worried the 76ers should be about Joel Embiid's knee injury (3:15). Brian then talks about James Harden's greatness and how Houston's superstar reminds him of Peyton Manning (19:20). The crew also dives in to Kevin Durant's big game last night and if the Rockets could beat the Warriors in the next round (33:15). Lastly, the crew reacts to Denver's troubling performance thus far (46:27).

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3dRamona Shelburne

He's Kevin Durant, and you're not

Coming out aggressive from the opening tip, the two-time Finals MVP reminded everyone why he's the best pure scorer in the NBA.

Stephen A.: Durant was on another level (1:35)
What changed for KD in Game 3? (0:43)
Durant bounces back, scores 38 (1:56)
Durant hopes third tech in playoffs is rescinded (0:36)
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3dNick Friedell

KD takes over with 38 points in Game 3 blowout

Warriors superstar Kevin Durant dominated the Clippers in Thursday's Game 3 win, scoring 38 points in just 29 minutes as Golden State took a 2-1 series lead.

Durant Beverley get started early (0:35)
3d

Durant, Curry shut down Clippers in Warriors' 132-105 win

Kevin Durant scored 38 points, Stephen Curry added 21 playing with five fouls, and the Golden State Warriors dominated from the opening tip to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 132-105 Thursday night and take a 2-1 lead in their first-round playoff series.

Durant says no to Gilgeous-Alexander (0:19)
Warriors get out in transition for an Iguodala dunk (0:20)
Durant and Green pick up double T's (0:24)
KD puts in tough and-1 (0:29)
Thompson goes back door for the jam (0:18)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

The Warriors certainly came out with an edge in Game 3, scoring 41 points in the opening quarter. That goes into the ledger as their second-most in a quarter of a playoff game under Steve Kerr, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevon Looney has been everywhere since coming into the game a couple minutes ago. He's active and he's taken advantage of the space the Warriors are creating offensively. The focus Kerr wanted to see from his group to start the game has been there.

How Cousins' injury changes Warriors' lineups (1:30)
Barkley: Durant needs to stop 'punching down' to Beverley (0:54)

Team Stats

Points Per Game117.72nd
Rebounds Per Game46.211th
Assists Per Game29.41st
Points Allowed111.216th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-195725.695
2017-185824.707
2016-176715.817
2015-16739.890
2014-156715.817