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Travel Denver Broncos' No. 1 tight end job will be an open battle in 2016

Much of his rehabilitation involved participating in workouts and learning from the likes of quarterback Peyton Manning. 1 tight end job.The leading contenders are returners Jeff Heuerman and Virgil Green, along with newcomer Garrett Graham. "I really want to show in training camp that I can not only be the pass guy, but the every-down tight end guy."Green always has been a strong blocker.
The Denver Post
17/05
74 Points

Draymond Green agrees with 'best all-around' assessment

OAKLAND -- Warriors forward Draymond Green is embracing the praise he's getting from Andrew Bogut for being one of the best if not the best all-around player in the NBA."I agree," Green said Tuesday, smiling.Green had a triple-double in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers after notching 13 of them in the regular season.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
4 Points

Despite Stephen Curry's absence, Warriors still winning

"They still move the ball really well."They do a great job of sharing the ball. there's a lot of shots out there, and Klay, he's the obvious guy to take some of those that are available," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. "We want him being as aggressive as possible, and he's been fantastic. If you allow them to be comfortable, you allow them to get those perimeter shots comfortably, being close to them isn't close enough.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
7 Points

Sports Kawakami: No Curry, no worry for Warriors

So, as much as this must cheer the Warriors to discover and amplify, it must be just a little demoralizing for Portland.And everybody else.Read Tim Kawakami's Talking Points blog at blogs.mercurynews.com/kawakami. "Well, we can't look at it that way, Lillard said. "They are an elite team either way, and they showed that tonight."That seems to be more and more true every single Warriors performance.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
8 Points

Kawakami: No Curry, no worry for Warriors

So, as much as this must cheer the Warriors to discover and amplify, it must be just a little demoralizing for Portland.And everybody else.Read Tim Kawakami's Talking Points blog at blogs.mercurynews.com/kawakami. "Well, we can't look at it that way, Lillard said. "They are an elite team either way, and they showed that tonight."That seems to be more and more true every single Warriors performance.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
7 Points

Draymond Green does it all against Blazers -- again

Just as he did in the final two close-out victories against the Houston Rockets, Green kept his turnovers down in the 118-106 win. "I've never been one that's too comfortable with much. You'll never hear me call myself that, but if they are going to call me that, I'll take it. I'm not going to shy away from it."Green didn't shy away from much in this game. OAKLAND -- The Portland Trail Blazers clearly have a Draymond Green problem.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
5 Points

With Curry on bench, Warriors crush Rockets, advance to second round

"We know how much he means to this team. We'd rather him be out there, but when he's not out there, we have to pull together."Klay Thompson nodded as Livingston spoke after he led the Warriors with 27 points, going 7 for 11 from 3-point range for a second straight game.Livingston, who started in place of Curry, added 16 points on 7-for-8 shooting from exclusively inside the arc while committing only one turnover."We're blessed," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said of Livingston's presence.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
13 Points

Kawakami: Draymond Green ignites Warriors as they roll past Rockets

OAKLAND -- Draymond Green had the strength and he had the numbers.Yes, it was almost certainly inevitable that the Warriors would finish off the Houston Rockets on Wednesday at Oracle Arena, even with Stephen Curry out once again.The Warriors are much, much better than Houston.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
4 Points
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Draymond Green shuts down reporter asking weird question about playoff success and Houston floods 

Draymond Green felt he was being baited into comparing the Warriors' playoff success in Houston and the terrible flooding in the area . and he wasn't having it.The Golden State forward shut down a reporter who stumbled through an awkward question after the Warriors' Game 4 win over the Rockets on Sunday.
Daily News
25/04
7 Points
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Draymond Green's message to somber Stephen Curry: 'We got you'

And per the Warriors’ norm, there was the always-vocal Draymond Green."He was shook up; he was crying," the Warriors forward told USA TODAY Sports.  again.All around him at the Toyota Center on Sunday afternoon, with the Golden State Warriors’ hopes of a title defense hanging in the balance and the reigning MVP with tears in his eyes having just been told that a third-quarter return from this right knee injury was just too risky, there was noise.
USA Today
25/04
13 Points

Sports Stephen Curry injured again as Warriors win Game 4

"The third quarter, it was just a breakdown."For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors. It was his first game since the tweak of his right ankle eight days earlier in Game 1, and his much-anticipated return was spoiled by the knee injury.The Warriors still roasted the Rockets."There's a reason why those guys are champions," Bickerstaff said.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
8 Points

Thompson: Draymond Green needs to be back at his best for the Warriors in Game 4

And if the Warriors are at their best, Houston doesn't stand a chance.The good news for Warriors fans: Green knows it. Curry's presence will help to that end.Usually when Green is on the court, the Warriors are winning. HOUSTON -- The Warriors are expecting to get their guy back for Game 4. "But I didn't play with my same energy level ... That's what caused all my problems."The Warriors can't afford a tamed Green.
San Jose Mercury News
24/04
7 Points

Sports Colorado State's Green vs. Gold game becomes D vs. O game

After the Green and Gold game at Hughes Stadium on Saturday, Colorado State coach Mike Bobo wryly admitted he feels better coming out of spring practice than he did a year ago after taking over the program from Jim McElwain."I probably might have seemed positive, but I didn't think we could win a game last year after spring," Bobo said, then laughed. "I thought we got better every day individually, I thought we got better as a football team."Spring games tend to be eye-of-the-beholder propositions.
The Denver Post
24/04
5 Points

Rockets deny Warriors as Curry sits

HOUSTON -- Draymond Green said he cost the Warriors the playoff game.Without Stephen Curry, the Warriors had little room for error on the road. Speights led the Warriors with 14 first-half points, going 3 for 3 from beyond the arc.Plenty went wrong early on for the Warriors. They claimed a large rebounding edge on the Warriors.Harden completed a 4-point play after Green was whistled for a foul to give the Rockets a 66-56 lead in the third quarter.
San Jose Mercury News
22/04
6 Points
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