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Andris Biedrins will exercise his $9 million player option for the 2013-14 season, according to his agent, Bill Duffy.
"He will not opt out," Duffy confirmed.
The Warriors signed Biedrins to a reported six-year, $54 million contract in the summer of 2008.
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Andris Biedrins will exercise his player option and return to the Golden State Warriors next season for the final year on his 6 year/$54 million contract. He will make $9 million in 2013-14. Biedrins averaged .5 points and 2.9 rebounds in 9.3 minutes per game in 2012-13. He played just
According to CSNNW.com:
As was expected, Golden State Warriors center Andris Biedrins will exercise...
When Chris Mullin gave Andris Biedrins a six-year, $54 million contract in 2008, Beidrins was a near-double-double-a-night player who was only in his early 20s. He looked like he was going to be worth it.
He turned out not to be worth it.
The injuries started up. Don Nelson left. And, as he devolved from starter to bench warmer, Biedrins inexplicably never returned to the form of...
Carl Landry wants to return to the Golden State Warriors, but doesn't know how he’s going to proceed regarding his player option worth $4 million for next season.
"The Warriors are home whether I opt in or out," Landry said. "Hopefully, I can spend the rest of my career here because this is a very special place. Everything here is what you want: the city, the...
The NBA named its All-NBA teams on Thursday, and piggybacking on his all-star appearance, David Lee was named to the third team.
Lee is the first Warriors player to be named an All-NBA player since Latrell Sprewell was first team in 1994.
Here are the selections:
2012-13 ALL-NBA FIRST TEAM
Position Player, Team (1st Team Votes), Points
Forward, LeBron James, Miami (119), 595...
It was not too long ago that Dwight Howard turned down the thought of playing for the lowly Golden State Warriors. It was also not long ago that Howard received an elbow in the face from Warriors forward David Lee, and responding with “I will remember.”
Howard is now reportedly remembering the Warriors’ surprising surge through the first round of the Western Conference playoffs...