Found December 16, 2011 on
We are joined once again by Hoopworld's own, Alex Kennedy, who writes for everyone. Hell, he might even write for us and we don't know it. He does work for Hoopsworld. We break down Nene, Crawford, Kwame Brown, Jeff Green's health, Sam Dalembert being out of shape, some Dwight speculation, and even talk a little Sopranos.
Call in at 914-338-1288
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Kwame Brown flew into the Bay Area late Tuesday after signing a one-year, $7 million contract with the Warriors. He met with the media Wednesday, saying "I don't get a lot of blocked shots, but every guy that I play against feels me every second of every game."
Here's a look at the rest of an interview with the 6-foot-11, 270-pound banger:
What attracted you...
The reasoning behind the Warriors ' one-year, $7 million deal with Kwame Brown became pretty clear Wednesday when the 6-foot-11, 270-pound hulk of a man walked into the team's training facility and started talking about...
Kwame Brown's season with the Golden State Warriors is all but over.
The Warriors announced Thursday that the former No. 1 overall pick is expected to miss at least three months because of a chest injury, putting the much-maligned center's season in serious jeopardy. He will have surgery in the next few days to repair a tear in his pectoralis major, the large chest muscle...
The Golden State Warriors have signed free agent center Kwame Brown, the team announced today. The deal is reportedly for one year and $7 million.
Brown, 29, played with the Charlotte Bobcats last season, appearing in 66 games (50 starts) and averaging 7.9 points and 6.8 rebounds in 26.0 minutes per contest, while shooting 51.7% (194-375 [...]
The Golden State Warriors are convinced their defense is automatically better now that they've added center Kwame...
10-Year Veteran Averaged 7.9 Points And 6.8 Rebounds For Charlotte Bobcats Last Season
The Golden State Warriors agreed to terms with free agent center Kwame Brown on Wednesday.
He wasn’t the best option in the league, but Kwame Brown gave the team a serviceable big man to play with. Had Bismack Biyombo been able to get out of his Spanish league contract, he would have likely logged some minutes there as well in order to ease the youngster to the NBA game.
Sure, they're costing $16 million combined this season. Yes, they each are beleaguered in their own right.
Former No. 1 overall pick Kwame Brown inked a one-year deal worth $7 million with Golden State for ’11-12, and while his role is yet to be determined, the ten-year NBA veteran (that’s incredible to type) isn’t shy about playing up his strengths, which he deems to be his physicality and defensive presence. Brown told the San Francisco Chronicle on Wednesday, among other things...
The Golden State Warriors have signed free-agent center Kwame Brown to a $7 million, one-year deal.