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Phil Barber - Staff Reporter

Sports reporter at The Press Democrat

phil.barber@pressdemocrat.com
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The Latest Stories By Phil Barber

In a series where little was going right for the Warriors star, he gritted his teeth and kept battling.
The Warriors and Rockets agree that force is what will decide the Western Conference final.
The two prolific scorers couldn’t be stopped in Game 1. But Harden’s teammates sure could.
The young center gave up a lot of points to the Rockets' James Harden, but was it really his fault?
The Warriors superstar has shot poorly in consecutive games, and it contributed to a loss in Game 2.
The 49er wasn't automatically guilty when charged. He isn't automatically innocent now.
BMC Racing took a chance on the cyclist when he couldn’t even pedal; now he’s a Tour of California mainstay.
The Warriors play basketball with free-flowing joy. The Rockets just want to lull you to sleep.
The Western Conference Finals many were expecting will begin next week, after the Warriors and Rockets finished off their lesser opponents Tuesday night.
The five best Warriors players started together for the first time in a Game 5 romp against Pelicans on Sunday.
What really stood out in Game 2 against the Pelicans was Green's fury.
Warriors players says fans can cross the line of decency; will New Orleans be next?
The NBA champions have a tendency to lose their identity, as a loss in New Orleans demonstrated.
The linebacker’s domestic violence case affects every part of the team’s offseason — starting with the draft.
In the second round the Warriors will face the New Orleans Pelicans, an opponent that is suddenly formidable if not downright scary.
With Curry out, this was the game New Orleans had to win.
Reggie McKenzie addressed the media Friday, but we all know Jon Gruden will have the last word on draft day.
Athletes such as the Giants' Gregor Blanco and Gorkys Hernandez are sending prayers — and money — back home.
They’ve been ignored and betrayed by team owners through the years — and now comes the Portland news.
The veteran got a surprise start at center and made big plays at both ends in the Warriors' Game 1 win.
The Spurs power forward was sensational in Game 2, but he’s the only guy Golden State must worry about.
The cornerback’s rage may sometimes be directed at teammates — and that’s a good thing.
Santa Rosa native took a strange route to his MLB coaching debut, and he’s making the most of it.
The "Conference of Champions" didn't make it out of the first round of the men's tournament.
Steve Kerr lets his players loosen up for a couple days, and his depleted lineup responds with a victory.