There are times in life where we make mistakes and when the moments are big, they tend to be a little bit more magnified than usual. With time running down in the third quarter of game two of the 2015 NBA Finals, Golden State Warriors Marreese Speights appeared to have an easy slam dunk. Sadly for Mo Speights, he was unable to complete it: *** Speights Missed Dunk [SB Nation...
The Warriors picked up their sixth win in a row on Monday when they beat the Wizards 107-76 at home. Washington was down by just three at halftime. Then, Golden State came out in the third quarter and raised the intensity of their defense, allowing the Wizards to make just one shot from the floor...Read More
There’s kicking a man when he’s down, and then there’s what Golden State Warriors backup center Marreese Speights did to the Washington Wizards following his team’s 107-76 win last night. Via Ben Standig of CSNWashington.com: “We just turned up a little,” Speights said of Golden State’s defense to reporters following the win. “We knew if we hit them, if we got a couple...
No one would blame Golden State Warriors center Marreese Speights if he was having trouble focusing on basketball this week. Early Monday morning, Speights reportedly had a gun pulled out him outside of a nightclub in San Francisco. Law enforcement sources told KTVU that Speights was at the Cellar Night Club when a convicted felon...Read More
What a different a year makes. Marreese Speights went from a struggling bench player under Mark Jackson to a sixth man of the year candidate under Steve Kerr. Why has Speights suddenly become a better player? Is it anything Kerr is doing? The answer is simple, confidence. Last season Speights was borderline awful as he only averaged 6.4 ppg and shot .44 percent in just about 12 minutes...
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Golden State Warriors player Marreese Speights faces a drunken driving charge in Florida. Tampa police say the former Florida Gator was arrested early Tuesday morning and charged with driving under the influence. The Warriors said in a news release that the team was aware of the arrest but had no comment. According to a police report, an officer pulled over Speights...
The 76ers traded Speights, who they originally drafted, to the Grizzlies a few years back. The Florida product certainly got his revenge for that by scoring a career-high 32 points on Monday. When players face their old teams, especially teams that have traded them in the past, emotions are certain to be felt when said player takes the court against old teammates. Marreese...
Marreese Speights scored a career-high 32 points to hand his former team a near-record setback, leading the Golden State Warriors past the woeful Philadelphia 76ers 123-80 on Monday night. After losing 123-78 at the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday night in a game they trailed by 56 points in the third quarter, Philadelphia figured it couldn't get much worse. It almost did. Speights...
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