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Golden State Warriors guard/forward Kent Bazemore and forward/center Jeremy Tyler have been assigned to the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced Thursday. Bazemore, 23, appeared in 15 games with Golden State this season, scoring eight points in 24 total minutes. The 21-year-old Tyler has appeared in 10 games for Golden State this season, averaging 1.2 points in 2.3 minutes per game.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Golden State Warriors announced Friday they have recalled guard/forward Kent Bazemore and forward/center Jeremy Tyler from the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League. Both players were assigned to Santa Cruz on Thursday and played in Santa Cruz's 113-101 victory over the Springfield Armor in Santa Cruz on Thursday.
A BIT OF THE RAZZLE-DAZZLE
Video: Nominee for play of the year
A couple of the Warriors players could be seen wearing t-shirts with a Brandon Rush graphic across the chest that read “Hustle & Flow 2012-2013 #4BRush” as a tribute to their teammate who tore his ACL in the first week of the season.
#4BRUSH is so far so good as the Warriors have been playing some great basketball.
The Warriors have reassigned Kent Bazemore and Jeremy Tyler to the Santa Cruz Warriors.
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Stephen Curry scored 23 points, David Lee added 18 and the Golden State Warriors beat the Utah Jazz 94-83 on Wednesday night.
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Jarrett Jack and Klay Thompson had 15 points each for the Warriors...
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