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The San Francisco Zoo has named a baby monkey Curry after Warriors star Stephen Curry. The male orange-headed monkey is a Francois’ langur, and after Curry’s birth Nov. 19, the Warriors won 13 straight games. Contra Costa Times

Of course the crew had to ask him about if he and John Wall are the NBA's best backcourt, specifically when compared to the Splash Brothers out in Golden State. "We feel as though were the best backcourt in the NBA and we're gonna compete each and every night to try and prove it," he said. Bullets Forever

January 14, 2015 Updates

The two teams were tied at 53 at halftime, with the Warriors trailing by as many as seven points in the second quarter during a sluggish start on defense. Bogut converted a 3-point play to open the scoring in the second half, and the Warriors never trailed again. "He's the MVP in the league right now in my opinion," Bogut said of Curry. Said Kerr: "People are recognizing this guy is clearly one of the top few players in the NBA." San Jose Mercury-News

January 13, 2015 Updates

Warriors center Andrew Bogut is one player who says he no longer has a relationship with Mark Jackson. "No way," Bogut said Monday when asked if he had a relationship with his former coach. "I haven't heard from him since (his firing). I know he keeps in touch with some guys on the team, but I'm kind of in a different crowd I think." Contra Costa Times

"To me, a rim protector is overrated in this league," Jackson said on the telecast. "You look at the Warriors. No Andrew Bogut, their defense stays or even improves because of the identity, because of what they force you to do." Bogut, who played for Jackson in two injury-plagued seasons, heard the comments. "Well he gets paid to talk," Bogut said. "He gets paid to give his opinion, and it's one of those things you've got to deal with. Every coach is different. Some coaches value rim protection. Some coaches value ball movement. Some coaches don't. It's just a matter of each coach going toward what they believe is going to win them games." Contra Costa Times

Bogut would like to return to the starting lineup, because he had trouble getting into a rhythm when coming off the bench. “I’ve been a starter my whole career,” he said. “Sometimes you criticize bench players for not bringing energy, but now I see the other side of the fence. Sometimes it takes you a couple of trips just to get warm and get into the flow of things.” San Francisco Chronicle

Andrew Bogut: People value what he says on a broadcast but I value what coach Kerr is telling me so I’m not really too worried about what was said. People have jumped to conclusions with the whole issue, not knowing I’ve got a smile on my face throughout this so called “escapade." I think it’s absolutely hilarious. Sportal

Warriors forward Draymond Green attended the Panthers-Seahawks playoff game on Saturday at CenturyLink Field, watching the game from a private box with Stephen Curry and his family -- noted Carolina fans. Toward the end of the game, when Curry's mother and wife engaged in a heated discussion with Seattle fans sitting below them, Green hurled a four grapes out of the box and at the Seahawks fans. CSNBayArea.com

January 12, 2015 Updates

Bogut's comments came three days after Jackson returned to Oracle Arena to work the Warriors game against the Cavaliers as a color commentator for ESPN. "To me, a rim protector is overrated in this league," Jackson said on the telecast. "You look at the Warriors. No Andrew Bogut, their defense stays or even improves because of the identity, because of what they force you to do." Bogut, who played for Jackson in two injury-plagued seasons, heard the comments. "Well, he gets paid to talk," Bogut said. "He gets paid to give his opinion, and it's one of those things you've got to deal with. Every coach is different. Some coaches value rim protection. Some coaches value ball movement. Some coaches don't. It's just a matter of each coach going toward what they believe is going to win them games." San Jose Mercury-News

 

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