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Curry’s love letter to ‘The Town’

Curry’s love letter to ‘The Town’

| January 9, 2019 | 0 Comments

Stephen Curry hosts event in Oakland By FELICIA D. PURCELL Martinez News-Gazette Reporter The Warriors have officially begun their final countdown at Oracle Area before moving into the new Chase Center in San Francisco next fall. To show his appreciation for the town he’s played for all 10 years of his NBA career, Stephen Curry […]

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Raiders win in a battle against Browns

Raiders win in a battle against Browns

| October 3, 2018 | 0 Comments

By FELICIA D. PURCELL Martinez News-Gazette Reporter The last time the Oakland Raiders went 0-3 was 2014 and Dennis Allen was the head coach. Remember him? Midway through the fourth quarter it looked like those 2014 Raiders meaning they were going to lose yet another game they could have won. It was a battle between […]

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A Golden Parade of Fun!

A Golden Parade of Fun!

| June 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Warriors celebrate third championship in four years with fans By FELICIA D. PURCELL Martinez News-Gazette It was quiet a year for the Warriors, injuries to Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala and for the first time in four years they went into the postseason without home court advantage. After sweeping the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA […]

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Rockets blow out Warriors to even series

Rockets blow out Warriors to even series

| May 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Houston blows Golden State out of the Toyota Center 127-105 By FELICIA D. PURCELL Martinez News-Gazette What a difference a game makes. Golden State made the necessary adjustments in the second half on Monday and Wednesday the World Champions looked like Houston on Monday in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals getting punched in […]

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Warriors silence Houston 119-106 in game one

Warriors silence Houston 119-106 in game one

| May 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

By FELICIA D. PURCELL Special to the News-Gazette For the first time in four years the Golden State Warriors weren’t the top seed with the homecourt advantage in the Western Conference Finals, and some cast them as underdogs. However, predictions are made to be broken and Golden State made everyone forget that Houston was the […]

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