Found July 08, 2013 on
Beyond The Buzzer:
According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, 5-year NBA veteran, Marreese Speights, has agreed to sign a multi-year deal with the Golden State Warriors. The 25-year-old forward averaged 10.2 points, and 5.1 rebounds in 39 games with the Cavaliers this season after being traded to Cleveland in January.
The Golden State Warriors have agreed to terms on a new contract with Marreese Speights, according to sources with knowledge of the deal.
Sources told ESPN.com that Golden State has agreed to a multiyear deal with the free-agent center to sign him away from Cleveland. Although the financial specifics were not known, sources say Speights received a two-year deal with a team option entering Year 3.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Last year, Marreese Speights caught on with the Cavs as a mid-season acquisiton and became a brief fan favorite. Now, after not being expected to return to Cleveland, it appears that the 25-year-old big man has signed with Golden State. ESPN.com’s Marc Stein had the first report. Yahoo! Sports’ Marc Spears later added the deal is for three years.
Speights, the No. 16 pick in...
With the entire Dwightmare circus over with, the Warriors came out on top. No, they didn’t sign Howard, they avoided that entire mess, and went after forward Andre Iguodala. They locked up the former Denver Nugget for four years and $48 million. Some believed that acquiring Iggy meant that they were going to package Harrison Barnes and David Lee for a sign-and-trade deal with the...
Because the Internet has no life, somebody who probably should be bought a beer put together a supercut of all the “best” bench celebrations from the past NBA season. As you probably have surmised, the Warriors — chiefly, Kent Bazemore – figure prominently in the video. And yet, for some reason, “Bazmoring” is nowhere to be found. What a let down.
Cleveland Cavaliers: Jarrett Jack Signing Grade
By Evan Massey: HoopStuff Contributor, Twitter (@massey_evan)
Jack’s Contract: 4 years, 25 mil
Analysis: Jarrett Jack played last season with the Golden State Warriors, and came off the bench, backing up Stephen Curry for the majority of the season. He averaged 12.9 points, 5.6 assists and 3.1 rebounds per game, and was the model...
European Derrick Rose. Signed.
The Warriors signed guard Nemanja Nedovic, who was selected with the 30th overall pick in the first round, the team announced Tuesday after reaching a buyout agreement with Lietuvos Rytas of the Lithuanian A League.
The Warriors acquired Nedovic’s draft rights from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for the draft rights to the 29th pick and guard Malcolm...
A person with knowledge of the deal says the Golden State Warriors and Marreese Speights have reached an agreement on a free agent contract.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Monday because teams can't announce moves until the new league year begins Wednesday. Terms of the deal weren't immediately known.
Speights should help fill the void...
According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, 16-year NBA veteran, Jermaine O’Neal, has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors. The 34-year-old averaged 8.3 points and 5.3 rebounds in 55 games with the Suns this season.
Former All-Star center Jermaine O’Neal has committed to sign with the Golden State Warriors, according to sources familiar with the deal.
The Warriors’ free agency options were looking bleak based on the salary cap once the Andre Iguodala acquisition would go through, but Golden State has reportedly worked the phones once again to maneuver itself into a more flexible salary cap situation.
First, what they’re in the works of completing—a three-team deal involving the Nuggets for Iguodala, as first reported by...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are offering Andrew Bynum a two-year, $24 million deal with incentives.
The Cavaliers are pushing for a decision from Bynum after meeting with him on Monday.
The deal would include a team option on the second season.
The incentives would be easily reachable such as completing training camp and playing in a certain number of games.
The Cavaliers could use Bynum...
It’s been an interesting offseason for GM Chris Grant and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
On draft day, the Cavs surprised everyone not only by picking UNLV’s Anthony Bennett first overall, but that they didn’t make any other major trades. No trade up with Dallas, no flipping the second round picks for that oh-so-necessary Veteran Leader… I mean, hell, the Cavs actually took a player...
It has been three years since the Circus left the city of Cleveland, when the player that Northeast Ohio idolized LeBron James decided to abandon the Cleveland Cavaliers for the bright lights of South Beach. While the former “Chosen One,” has appeared in three straight NBA Finals, winning the last two; times have been tough for his former franchise. The team has been cellar-dwellers...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are interested in signing Andrew Bynum.
Bynum has also received serious interest from the Dallas Mavericks.
The Cavaliers will not offer a multi-year deal to Bynum, however, as they want to preserve cap space for 2014 and their expected pursuit of LeBron James.
The Cavaliers could offer $15 million in cap space to Bynum.
The Atlanta Hawks are the only other...
Toney Douglas has agreed to sign a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors.
The Warriors presumably targeted Douglas for his defensive ability as he is not a traditional point guard.
The National Basketball Association have produced some classic compilations over the last couple of months, but this one that shows off some of the best bench celebrations from the 2012-13 NBA season is an instant classic.
Expect to see a lot of Golden State Warriors guard Kent Bazemore on this one:
Andrew Bynum had an excellent season last year with the Philadelphia 76ers. How? He got paid to sit on the bench as he tended to his glass knees. The Sixers [...]