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Stories from CW Nevius

To go or not to go. Each scenario has possible PR pitfalls.
Coaches aren't all dull. But enough of them are that Steve Kerr stands out.
The two-time MVP got the best gift on Christmas Day — understanding he had to play his game.
The Warriors are right up there with the Brazilian national soccer team and the Russian Red Army hockey team in making sports fun to watch, writes C.W. Nevius.
You don’t get any closer to the action than Warriors fan Matt Swanson's seats — front row, on the court, at Oracle Arena.
LeBron James overpowers people. He gets the ball, gathers a head of steam and runs them over. Look for him to do more of it in Game 2.
Curious about the Warriors star's life off the court? Head to his YouTube channel, where hundreds of thousands of subscribers are let in on everything from his home's killer view to his surprising singing ability.
The league isn’t doing enough to stop scary, debilitating helmet-to-helmet collisions.
When San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich lit me up for asking a dumb question after Game 2, I heard from folks from all over.
The Warriors didn’t just defeat the Spurs in Game 2 of the Western Conference finals. They stole their heart, crushed their spirit and made off with their lunch money. The result? America dislikes the Dubs even more.