2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
57-25, 1st in Pacific
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Kerr: Worried flops will give Beverley whiplash

Steve Kerr said Patrick Beverley has mastered the art of popping his head back like he has been hit by Mike Tyson, and referees aren't helping matters. "I worry he's going to get whiplash on some of these flops," Kerr said.

Kerr asks for music to be turned down, Draymond turns it up (1:22)
Kerr: Beverley's flops are going to give him whiplash (0:49)
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17hTim MacMahon

Early jump: Rockets traveling Friday to Bay Area

The Rockets will travel to the Bay Area on Friday to give themselves the best chance to be prepared for a potential Game 1 vs. Warriors on Sunday.

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

An awkward exchange unfolded at Warriors practice Friday. Head coach Steve Kerr began addressing reporters near the court in the team's downtown Oakland practice facility, but Kerr quickly asked a Warriors PR official if the music thumping in the facility could be turned down so he could hear reporters' questions better and so reporters could hear his answers better. The Warriors PR official replied that the music was loud because forward Draymond Green, who was shooting on a nearby court, wanted it that way. (The Warriors PR official moved toward the volume switch and Green shouted to keep the music at the same level.) In the end, the music stayed at the same volume. A reporter then jokingly asked Kerr who was in charge. "Not me, obviously," he said. After the media session ended, Kerr told reporters, "Enjoy the music."

Stephen A. 'officially concerned' about the Warriors (1:23)
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1dNick Friedell

Durant: Lack of intensity cost Warriors in Game 5

Warriors star Kevin Durant said the team "kept the door open" for the Clippers in Wednesday night's Game 5, acknowledging that the team tends to "relax a little bit" instead of showing a killer instinct.

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1dBaxter Holmes

Clips' Williams: Warriors erred in 'looking ahead'

After the Clippers' Game 5 victory, Lou Williams called out the Warriors for keeping an eye on potential second-round opponent Houston, saying, "It's their mistake for looking ahead. So that's on them."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

When asked about his performance after scoring a team-high 33 points off the bench Wednesday, Clippers guard Lou Williams credited focus and his teammates. Then, during the postgame press conference, Williams' teammate Patrick Beverley interjected. "Lou is one of the best players in the league," Beverley said. "I think you're being modest, though. I mean, he's a killer, man. I guard the best of them. I see him every day in practice, man. He's a real killer. He goes up with some of the best scorers in the NBA. I didn't mean to interrupt you, but I think he should be up there with some of the superstar players in this league because he's doing it day in and day out at 6'1" and a half."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

Clippers high-scoring reserve guard Lou Williams is often asked why he doesn't start games, so he wanted to set the record straight after his team's 129-121 Game 5 win Wednesday over Golden State. "Nobody's ever offered me a different role," Williams said after scoring a team-high 33 points off the bench. "Like, let's clear that up. Like, everybody asks me, like, 'Why don't you start?' I'm not the coach. I think Doc [Rivers] is my eighth coach in my career. Nobody's offered me a starting job, so I've perfected the one that I have."

Lou-Will drops 33, Clippers force Game 6 (2:13)
Draymond: 'You think I give a damn about getting a tech?' (0:24)
Kerr 'not surprised' by Warriors' poor defensive effort (1:21)
Klay: Let's go win by 30 like we're capable of (0:36)
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1dTim MacMahon

Rockets' Capela: Warriors rematch 'what I want'

Rockets center Clint Capela didn't hold back when asked about a potential rematch with the Warriors, telling reporters, "I want to face them," which prompted a sigh from teammate Chris Paul.


Lou Williams, Clippers force Game 6 against champ Warriors

Lou Williams hit a fadeaway jumper with 1:29 left and finished with 33 points and 10 assists, the Warriors uncharacteristically clanked shots much of the second half and couldn't make key stops, and the Los Angeles Clippers sent their first-round...


Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Clippers forward Montrezl Harrell to Warriors, "Bring that a** back to LA."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

This is just the third time in the Steve Kerr era that the Warriors have allowed 100-plus points through three quarters, according to ESPN Stats & Information. The Warriors are 0-2 in the previous games.

Draymond gets tech for kneeing Beverley (0:31)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Senior Writer 

Warriors coach Steve Kerr gave a thoughtful response when asked whether he thought Damian Lillard's series-winning 3-pointer vs. OKC was a good shot: "It's a good shot for Damian, a good shot for [Stephen Curry]. The game is being redefined, I think, as we play it. The stuff I'm seeing this last year -- I didn't think I'd ever see people playing on [the] other side of James Harden and asking him to go to the rim. I've never seen that. But the 3-point line and the range that players are showing with their 3-point shooting, it's changing the way defenses have to think. I saw that quote from Paul [George] and my first thought was, ‘You're right.' I mean, a step-back 38-footer has never been a good shot. It was for Damian and there are a handful of guys that you actually have to guard out there. "

NBA Exec: Cousins could lose $150M to injuries (1:44)
Stephen A.: Clippers optimistic they'll land Kawhi, KD (2:05)

Team Stats

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

Team History