Found June 26, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
Based on a tweet sent out by David Lee early Wednesday afternoon, it sounded like what we expected from Carl Landry this summer regarding his free agency was finally coming true: Best of luck to our brother @CarlLandry , great player and even better person! #skates #24hrfitness — David Lee (@Dlee042) June 26, 2013 And now Marcus Thompson has confirmed the news through Landry’s agent: the Warriors power forward has opted out of the final year of his contract with the Warriors, making him a free agent. Had Landry decided to pick up his option, his final year would have given him $4 million. This was an easy call for Landry. He was productive in his role as a key reserve for the Warriors last year, averaging 10.8 points and 6 rebounds. Now the power forward has an opportunity to secure a long-term deal for more money. You still can’t rule the Warriors out in re-signing Landry, through, as previously discussed this makes it all the more unlikely they’ll be able to retain both Landry an...

Golden State Warriors Trade & Trade Again to Acquire Nemanja Nedovic at No.30

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Devean George building housing complex in Minneapolis

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The only way the Golden State Warriors will generate any news during Thursday night's NBA draft is if they make a trade or spend some money. Ultimately, the cost for either will determine what they decide. With no pick in hand due to prior trades, Warriors general manager Bob Myers and his staff still prepared as if they have selections to make - just in case an opportunity...

Warriors trade into first round, draft guard Nemanja Nedovic

Coming into Thursday’s NBA draft, the Warriors had a grand total of zero draft picks. By the end of the first round, the Warriors came away with a new player. But to get there was some kind of odyssey of real-time haggling. Originally the Warriors were slated to pick at No. 26 overall. That pick, along with guard Malcolm Lee, was reportedly acquired from the Timberwolves for cash...

Sleeved Jerseys Are Here To Stay

Last February, the Golden State Warriors made headlines when the NBA announced that the team would be wearing short-sleeved jerseys in a few games during the regular season.  Reaction to the news was overall pretty mixed (a poll on the San Jose Mercury News site revealed that 52% of fans didn’t like the look), but some just plain hated it.  Whatever your reaction, if you...

Meet Jayson Tatum: St. Louis' next big basketball thing

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