2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
57-25, 1st in Pacific
Is Jerry West trolling both the Lakers and Warriors? (1:42)

Barnwell Show: OKC 'what ifs' with Kevin Pelton

Bill is joined by ESPN NBA writer Kevin Pelton to do some NBA "what-ifs" in the wake of the wild free agency period. The first of which being if the Thunder had not traded James Harden to the Rockets in 2012 (0:22), including what other packages were available at the time and what other player movement it would have affected. The second being if the Thunder had beaten the Warriors in Game 6 of the 2016 WCF after leading 3-1 and gone on to face an injury-riddled Cavaliers team in the NBA Finals (21:01).

Kellerman: Nets, Warriors may regret free-agency decisions (0:56)
Kellerman: Doubtful D-Lo will ever become a great player (0:44)
Is Shaq ready to kiss Steve Kerr's feet? (0:21)
Will Warriors trade Russell next season? (1:14)
Myers: We didn't sign Russell with intention to trade him (1:00)

Woj Pod; Westbrook Trade, Harden, Steve Nash

Houston Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni joins The Woj Pod to discuss the Chris Paul/Russell Westbrook trade, tensions within the Rockets locker room, why James Harden's voice is so important in personnel decisions, coaching the season without an extension, how he's had to compromise his offensive system to fit Harden's talents, working for a new, hands-on owner and a lingering regret of how he coached the Suns/Spurs battles a decade ago.

Curry: KD deserves to be happy, Dubs will recreate identity (0:57)
Lakers come from behind to beat Warriors (1:04)
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Curry ready for rebuilt Warriors' 'new challenge'

Steph Curry says he's looking forward to the "new challenge" the Warriors face after losing Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, DeMarcus Cousins and Shaun Livingston this offseason.

Windhorst: KD forced Warriors to add 1st-rounder in sign and trade with Nets (0:46)
Pacquiao says hoops is favorite hobby and compares game to Kidd (1:54)
Spears: Warriors culture based on Steph, Klay, and Draymond (1:37)
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Warriors waive 3-time champ guard Livingston

Veteran guard Shaun Livingston, who is being waived by the Golden State Warriors, intends to return for a 16th NBA season.

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Sources: Warriors are waiving guard Shaun Livingston, who is guaranteed $2M of his $7.7M salary for season. Livingston, 33, is determined to continue playing and becomes one more valuable free agent candidate for contenders. He's won three NBA titles and reached five Finals.

Spears: D-Lo would make a great 3rd splash brother (1:23)
Russell excited to be with Golden State (1:03)

Team Stats

Points Per Game117.72nd
Rebounds Per Game46.211th
Assists Per Game29.41st
Points Allowed111.215th

Team History