Warriors Weekly: final push for playoff standings


Stephen Curry wins an Oscar, Klay Thompson gets a taste of Congolese cuisine and Jordan Poole made more 3-pointers than any other NBA player in March. Let’s recap the best of what happened for the Dubs this week and take a look at what’s to come in the latest Warriors Weekly.

IMAGE DUBS PLAYOFF: THE MAGIC NUMBER IS 1
The Warriors have five games left in the regular season, and going into Friday’s NBA action list, it’s mathematically possible for the Dubs to finish in five different positions in the Western Conference. With many possibilities, here’s something every Warriors fan should know: The Warriors will clinch a playoff berth with their next win or a Timberwolves loss. Join the Warriors in their first playoff run at Chase Center with single-game tickets to the 2022 NBA Playoffs First Round, presented by Kaiser Permanente, on exclusive presale this week and on public access on June 6. April at 2 p.m. » Find out more


STEPHEN CURRY WINS THE OSCAR AS EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Stephen Curry has added another accolade to his resume after winning an Oscar for ‘The Queen of Basketball’. Curry joined Shaquille O’Neal as executive producers of the documentary, which centers on the life of Lusia Harris, the first woman to score a field goal in Olympic women’s basketball history and the first woman successfully drafted by a team. of the NBA (New Orleans Jazz in 1977). Although Harris never played in the league, she was one of the most decorated female basketball players of all time, leading Delta State University to three consecutive national championships (1975-77), winning a silver medal for the United States at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. and becoming the first African-American woman to be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1992. Curry wore sneakers in March with the phrase “Queen Lucy” written on them, honoring the basketball pioneer’s memory during the women’s empowerment month. Curry and O’Neal join the late Kobe Bryant as the only three basketball players to win an Oscar.


ANDRE IGUODALA FINALIST FOR THE TWYMAN-STOKES TEAMMATE OF THE YEAR AWARD
Andre Iguodala has been named one of 12 finalists for the 2021-22 Twyman Stokes Teammate of the Year award. A panel of league leaders selected the 12 finalists, consisting of six players from each conference, and considered a teammate based on selfless play, commitment and leadership on and off the field. Iguodala returned to action on March 28 against the Grizzlies, having missed 29 of the previous 30 games for the Warriors. The 18-year-old NBA veteran had six points, three rebounds and two assists in 16 minutes off the bench. “Not too many people at 38 (years old) are playing in the NBA, so very lucky to be able to come out and help the guys out,” Iguodala shared with the media after the game.


KLAY THOMPSON JOINS “HOW ARE YOU HUNGER?” BY SERGE IBAKA
Klay Thompson joined Milwaukee Bucks’ Serge Ibaka on his cooking show “How Hungry Are You?” Ibaka served authentic Congolese fare as the couple sat down to discuss a variety of topics including Thompson’s love of basketball, his rehabilitation journey, the importance of Draymond Green and more. The center even put the Splash Brothers’ friendship to the test, FaceTiming two-time MVP Stephen Curry during their chat.


THE CURRYS IMPACT CHILDREN’S LITERACY WITH EAT.LEARN.PLAY.
The nonprofit Eat Foundation. To learn. Player. has partnered with Little Free Library, a network of nearly 150,000 small libraries located in front of homes and businesses around the world. To eat. To learn. Player. pledged to build 150 “Small Municipal Libraries” aimed to encourage neighborhood book sharing and children’s literacy in Oakland. “We want to encourage kids to read by making it accessible, fun and inspiring,” the Currys said in a statement.


K-POP STAR BAMBAM TO PERFORM DUBS REGULAR SEASON HOME FINALS HALFTIME
The Warriors will face the Lakers Thursday for the last home game of the 2021-22 regular season. There will be various activations taking place on Warriors Ground to celebrate the regular season finale, including a special halftime performance from K-pop star BamBam, who will debut his new single, “ Wheels Up” with Oakland-based recording artist MAYZIN. A Warriors ambassador who supported the team’s All-Star voting efforts earlier this year, BamBam is also partnering with the team for a special line of merchandise that will be exclusively available at the Warriors Shop in Thrive City on Wednesday. And for Thursday’s game, Chase cardholders can take 50% off their purchase at all Warriors restaurants and stores when they use their Chase credit or debit card, and all fans in attendance will receive a Warriors 75th anniversary pennant, courtesy of Chase.


WARRIORS BASKETBALL ACADEMY IS ORGANIZING AN NIGHT CAMP
The Warriors Basketball Academy will host an overnight camp from June 23 to 26 for boys and girls, ages 9-16, at the Warriors Basketball Facility in Oakland. The four-day, three-night experience is expected to include special appearances from Warriors players Juan Toscano-Anderson, Damion Lee and Gary Payton II and will give campers the opportunity to improve their game in sessions led by staff from the Warriors Basketball Academy. Each camper will receive a reversible camp jersey, camp t-shirt, headband, certificate, photo ops with participating players and more. ” Learn more


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