Found September 13, 2013 on
Lindsey Hunter will be part of the Golden State Warriors' coaching staff next season, according to a source.
Terms are not finalized yet.
Hunter served as the Phoenix Suns' interim head coach last season. He was first hired by the Suns as a developmental coach.
Hunter, 42, had a 17-year career in the NBA.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
First off, allow me to introduce myself: I am Brandon Benson, the new writer here at Hoops-Nation, if you have not heard. My previous content can be found on utnsports.com. I look forward to sharing my analytical, and often opinionated, NBA perspectives and stories with you. Now, onto business… The Golden State Warriors have added […]
Lindsey Hunter’s stay in Phoenix last season didn’t exactly go as planned. He was brought in as a player development guy and was supposed to help Kendall Marshall but there was not much in terms of players developing. Then when Phoenix cleaned house and Alvin Gentry was pushed out Hunter became the head coach… and that didn’t go much better. It was a young immature locker...
Andrew Bogut says he is fully 100 percent, without restrictions, and is able to participate in all drills. The Golden State Warriors' big man also proclaimed to be a top three center in the NBA -- with an asterisk. "Yeah ... when healthy," Bogut said. "And I'm healthy now." Bogut had been rehabbing a troublesome left ankle. "I haven't had...
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut says he is ''100 percent'' healthy and feeling the best he has since fracturing his left ankle in January 2012.
Bogut said Friday that he is not limited in any workouts and expects ''to play a lot of minutes'' this season. He is entering the final year of his five-year, $60 million deal.
Bogut missed 50 of...
image from: warriorsworld.net
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut has been known as an underachiever in his career due to all his injuries as well as the fact that he is a former #1 overall draft pick. However, Bogut seems to be confident that he can put his injury troubled past behind him and become an elite center in the NBA. How elite, you ask? Well, according to a report...
Andrew Bogut walked around the Golden State Warriors' practice facility in flip-flops Friday, smiling and cracking jokes with reporters he had not seen since May.
Back then, Bogut hobbled around with heavily taped ankles. He winced in pain every time he took a step, and he brushed off the constant questions about his health.
''I'm excited, man,'' he...
Andrew Bogut is entering the final season of his contract with the Warriors and is feeling 100 percent healthy for the first time in over two years.
How healthy Bogut can remain and how much he impacts the Warriors’ expected playoff run will go a long way in determining whether or not he’s back with the team next season — or even if he makes it to the end of this one.
Harrison Barnes started as a rookie last season but he could come off the bench this season. Barnes a star from North Carolina fell to 7th in the draft, but his play proved he should have gone higher.
Barnes even improved his play during the playoffs in which he averaged 16.1 points per game.
Well in the offseason the Warriors acquired Andre Iguodala in the offseason. Barnes and...
Per realgm.com, Andrew Bogut was recently quoted as saying that when he’s healthy, he’s a top Center in the NBA. Correct me if I’m wrong, but it’s still September, and NBA Training Camps have yet to open.
“Yeah … when healthy,” Bogut said. “And I’m healthy now.”
It’s still the offseason, right? Oh ok…. preach on, brother….preach on.
The Bogey Man must...