Found May 04, 2013 on Minus Twenty-Two:
According to Marcus Thompson, Jarrett Jack has decided he will test free agency over signing an extension with the Warriors. The Warriors reportedly approached Jack, who is due to become an unrestricted free agent after this season, in January to work out an extension. The point guard opted against it, deciding instead to focus on the season. Jack could still return to the Warriors next season but will have the freedom to entertain offers from other teams. Jack has had terrific season off the bench this season for the Warriors (he finished third in Sixth Man voting) and has had an even better postseason thus far. He could end up parlaying that into a lucrative contract—more lucrative than perhaps the Warriors are willing to offer. Jack, who drew interest from multiple teams during the trade deadline, is in the last year of his contract paying him $5 million this season. He is expected to be a fairly well sought after this offseason, especially with the postseason he’s having, as mul...

Jarrett Jack Shut Down Extension Talks, Wants To Experience Free Agency

Jarrett Jack shut down contract extension talks with the Golden State Warriors back in January. Jack will become an unrestricted free agent at the end of this season. Playing in the final year of his contract, Jack averaged 12.9 points and 5.6 assists and finished third in the Sixth Man of the Year voting. Jack has upped his production in the postseason, averaging 18.8 points and...

Report: Jarrett Jack Turned Down Extension

Jarrett Jack has been integral to the Warriors success this season – contributing 12.9 points, 5.6 assists off the bench during the regular season and 20.0 points, 7.6 points in the postseason per game. Jack, who will be a free agent this summer and has expressed his strong desire to stay in Golden State, reportedly turned down an extension offer from the Warriors earlier this...

Report: Jarrett Jack to Test Free Agency

    The Golden State Warriors have surprised quite a few people with their round 1 upset over the Denver Nuggets. Point guard Stephen Curry is emerging as a superstar, but he has been helped by the stellar play of his backup. Jarrett Jack finished third in Sixth Man of the Year voting, but has continued his stellar play into the postseason. With only this season left on his contract...

Spurs keeping Warriors' Jack on their radar

Golden State Warriors guard Jarrett Jack refused to focus on a contract extension during the season and instead wanted to focus on the team's success. The good news for the Warriors is that he's been playing extremely well during that stretch, but that may be a curse for them too. Now with Jack becoming a free agent during the offseason, he's likely to demand a larger...

Warriors’ Curry and Jack know Spurs present major challenge in second round

AT&T Center – Coming into the second round of the Western Conference playoffs, Golden State Warriors guards Stephen Curry and Jarrett Jack are averaging a combined 43.1 points and 16.3 assists per game. The San Antonio Spurs’ perimeter defense will have a challenge on their hands limiting the Warriors dynamic shooters as much as possible. On Sunday, before beginning practice...

Young Warriors Well Ahead of Schedule After Upsetting Nuggets in NBA Playoffs

They’re not supposed to be here. A team that does not feature a relevant player over 30 years of age, and a veteran presence provided by the 29-year-old Jarrett Jack is now headed to the second round of the NBA playoffs. The Golden State Warriors have a superstar in the making in 25-year-old Stephen Curry, a sharp-shooter in 23-year-old Klay Thompson and untapped talent in 20...
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