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Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson decided to take action when he saw that his players wrote a number on the whiteboard at the team's practice facility a few weeks ago signifying a goal of at least 50 wins this season.
He erased it.
With training camp set to start Saturday, Jackson says he viewed the number as a target on his team and a limitation on its potential. Instead, his message to players is to stop talking and ''make it happen.''
Blending all the talent together will be Jackson's job this season. The same bold and boisterous coach who promised a playoff berth two years ago and didn't make good on it is suddenly leading a team coming off a thrilling run to the Western Conference semifinals and hoping to contend for a championship.
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Golden State Warriors: 3 Reasons To Keep Seth Curry
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- The Golden State Warriors signed their franchise player, point guard, Stephen Curry’s little brother Seth to a non guaranteed contract with the team. The following are 3 reasons why he should make the team next season.
1. He Actually Fits on The Roster
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Stephen Curry is widely recognized as the NBA’s best three-point shooter.(Rocky Widner/NBAE/Getty Images)
Does his game have room to grow?
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Golden State general manager Bob Myers appeared relaxed and comfortable as he leaned back in a chair, staring out into a small crowd of reporters and television cameras Wednesday.
After a busy offseason in which the team acquired swingman Andre Iguodala, added depth in the backcourt behind Stephen Curry and signed Jermaine O'Neal to help in the post, Myers can't help but...
The NBA free agency period is dying down, so it time to look back at each team who they signed. Also many trades went down, which I will also recap below.
Free Agent Signings
- Agreed to a three year deal worth $11 Million with Mareese Speights.
-Signed Tony Douglas to a one year deal worth $1.6 Million.
-Agreed to a one year deal with Jermaine O’Neal.
Looks like Pops still got it. Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry is , for the most part, recognized as the best true shooter in the game today. Makes sense, seeing as how his father Dale Curry was a career 40% from behind the ark during his playing days. Campers at the Splash Brothers […]
Thanks to the realm of Vine, we can now show you how a couple members of the Golden State Warriors decided to spend their day on the golf course.
Stephen Curry’s Vine account posted a video of the swings of David Lee, Harrison Barnes, and Draymond Green and clearly, Draymond and Harrison need to work on their swings:
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Wondering what Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry did on his Sunday?
Well, it appears from the below Vine video that he got a chance to ride on a indoor flying trapeze and I think the video is pretty self-explanatory after that:
Free agent center Dwayne Jones has agreed to sign a non-guaranteed deal with the Utah Jazz, a league source told RealGM.
Despite the deal being unguaranteed, Jones will receive a chance to make the Jazz's regular season roster, with Utah seeking healthy bodies in the frontcourt.
Jones, a rugged big man at 6-foot-11, finished the 2012-13 season with the Golden State Warriors....