Dieter Kurtenbach, Monterey Herald

Dieter Kurtenbach

Monterey Herald

Alameda, CA, United States

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Past articles by Dieter:

Kurtenbach: The NBA is about to change forever. That’s a good thing

Klay Thompson might get nearly 600 days off if the next NBA season starts in January. → Read More

The Deets: The Warriors should want nothing to do with the No. 2 overall pick

The Warriors found some ping-pong ball luck in the NBA Draft lottery, but when it comes to LaMelo Ball or James Wiseman, the Golden State should pass. → Read More

The Deets: What’s lost in the never-ending Lillard vs. Curry debate

Stephen Curry or Damian Lillard was a fun conversation during quarantine, but this kind of debate hurts the game of basketball now that games are being played. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Giants return was far from normal

The San Francisco Giants re-started their season Friday with uneventful workouts and countless reminders of the “new normal”. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Professional sports fear this more than COVID-19 –

As COVID-19 appears to rage across the country, professional sports are heading back to work. Are they coming back too soon? → Read More

Kurtenbach Q&A: Warriors GM Bob Myers on the 2020 NBA Draft, player evaluation, and quarantine haircuts –

Warriors general manager Bob Myers built arguably the greatest teams in NBA history. He talked to Dieter Kurtenbach about the lessons he’s picked up along the way. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Aldon Smith is not a redemption story… yet –

The former 49ers and Raiders DE is back in the NFL, but let’s not go celebrating just yet. Plus: Are the 49ers really going to start Solomon Thomas? Warriors NBA Draft thoughts. → Read More

The Deets: NBA, Curry show leadership, 49ers need some reinforcements –

Stephen Curry’s Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci was outstanding public service, are the 49ers really going to go with Solomon Thomas to replace DeForest Buckner, or will they pick a DT in the … → Read More

Kurtenbach: Steph Curry’s back, but his impact on the Warriors, NBA was clarified in his absence –

Golden State Warriors’ star Steph Curry is set to return to the court — after missing 58 games — for Thursday’s game against the Toronto Raptors at Chase Center. → Read More

When Steph Curry is going to return and what it means to the Warriors –

Curry’s imminent return has many wondering “why”? → Read More

Kurtenbach: The lessons from Kobe Bryant’s pitch-perfect memorial –

Michael Jordan and Orinda’s Sabrina Ionescu provided touching testimonies to Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna. → Read More

Kurtenbach: The Warriors are out to save all the busts, and it’s brilliant business –

The Warriors are tripling down on their success by signing the 2016 NBA Draft bust. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Why trading D’Angelo Russell is part of a larger Warriors plan –

The Golden State Warriors D’Angelo Russell for Andrew Wiggins and draft picks sets Golden State up to acquire a true superstar in the near future. Giannis, Embiid, Ben Simmons? They’re … → Read More

How the Warriors got their groove back — three keys to Golden State’s three straight wins –

The Warriors are fun again. Here’s what’s been working for Draymond Green and D’Angelo Russell and why it bodes well for when Steph Curry and Klay Thompson returns. → Read More

Kurtenbach: The best-case scenario for the Warriors after Steph Curry’s injury –

Can Draymond Green and D’Angelo Russell up their games for the shorthanded Warriors? → Read More

The Deets: Is Nick Bosa already the 49ers’ best defender? Is Dee Ford already in “bust” territory? –

Thoughts on the 49ers’ pass rushers and the latest Warriors signing(s). → Read More

The Deets: Why Jalen Ramsey will not be coming to the Bay –

Why the 49ers and Raiders don’t make sense for Jalen Ramsey. Plus: the Warriors’ new uniforms and Cal football → Read More

Kurtenbach: Can Giannis to the Warriors actually happen? Yes and no –

It’s going to take a lot of moves and plenty of luck to get the MVP in blue and gold. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Six takeaways from the Warriors’ schedule release –

The Warriors’ 82-game schedule is out and the NBA did them no favors. → Read More

Kurtenbach: Kevin Durant finally set the record straight — but it’s a shame that was necessary –

Durant exonerated the Warriors for his career-altering Achilles tendon rupture → Read More