The Golden State Warriors are back home, and they’ll be staying there until the regular season is over. All six of the Dubs’ remaining games are at Chase Center, and it starts with a duo against the Oklahoma City Thunder. It’s imperative that the Warriors do what they could not do against the New Orleans Pelicans: sweep.
The Warriors (33-33) flew home from their final road trip of the season Wednesday morning tied with the Memphis Grizzlies for the eighth playoff spot in the Western Conference. Meanwhile, the San Antonio Spurs, New Orleans Pelicans and Sacramento Kings remained alive in their efforts to earn spots in the NBA's new play-in tournament, possibly knocking out Golden State in the process.
Before being traded to the OKC Thunder, Tony Bradley was a teammate of Philadelphia 76ers centers Joel Embiid and Dwight Howard.