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Locked On Warriors – Daily Podcast On The Golden State Warriors

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Cyrus Saatsaz (Award-Winning Journalist and Host of The Rick Barry Show) and Kylen Mills (Sports Anchor) with weekly contributor Kevin Danna (Play-by-Play Broadcaster, Santa Cruz Warriors) brings Dubs fans inside their team and the NBA with a daily podcast. Subscribe for daily news, analysis, rumors, and updates on Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and all of the Golden State Warriors. Locked on Warriors is part of the Locked on Podcast Network.


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Latest Episodes

Cyrus Saatsaz went solo for a live postgame show following the Golden State Warriors' comeback home victory over the Portland Trail Blazers in a game that saw the team struggling until Steve Kerr put Jonathan Kuminga in the game late third quarter in... more

25 hours ago

Cyrus Saatsaz went solo for a live postgame show on a Saturday afternoon following the Golden State Warriors, for the second time in a week, blowing a 20+ lead, this time losing to the Los Angeles Clippers in a game where the team blew a 22 point lea... more

5 days ago

Cyrus Saatsaz went solo for a Thursday Night Live postgame show following the Golden State Warriors defeating the Los Angeles Clippers battle at Chase Center in a game where a team missing Andrew Wiggins, Chris Paul and Gary Payton II because of inju... more

7 days ago


3 out of 5 stars from 629 ratings
  • Unworthy of your time

    This is by far the worst of the warriors podcasts. Cyrus is so awful, I don’t know how he got this gig. I almost gave two stars, one for Kylen because she is solid. But Cyrus is the lone reason why this show is awful. No polish, no insight, annoying and unrelated references. Even a die hard warrior fan who can’t consume enough warrior content will find this one hard to listen. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Needs a new host!

    Cyrus is terrible

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • the host man is very grating. I felt my intelligence losing altitude and going into a tailspin when he said he wanted the bench to go "Ape feces" more often.

    Tyrel Byler
    a month ago
  • Can’t listen to Cyrus anymore.

    Used to listen semi often but since last year, the host (Cyrus) has to constantly inject is personal political beliefs now which is disgusting for a sports based podcast. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Cyrus?

    I unsubscribed last season when Cyrus took over. I came back through today, to see if he was still on, looks like he is. So it’s still deuces ✌🏾for me. But let’s make some changes. Dude’s annoying.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago

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