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The Wait for Festus, expanded from six months to nine, and then to 13, continues.
Festus Ezeli, confirmed Monday morning to be on the Warriors Summer League roster, was directed back to the sidelines on Monday night.
The 6-foot-11 center, who spent the season rehabbing his surgically reconstructed right knee, was diagnosed with inflammation in his right shin and "most likely" will not play when the games begin this weekend in Las Vegas, the Warriors announced.
Ezeli in June 2013 underwent surgery to repair his medial collateral ligament and posterior cruciate ligament. The Warriors initially projected a recovery/rehab period of at least six to nine months. That was extended to 11 when Ezeli missed the entire 2013-14 season.
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The Golden State Warriors enjoyed a successful 2013-2014 season in which they won 51 games and finished second in the Pacific Division. Although the Warriors lost in the first round of the Western Conference Playoffs after advancing to the second round in 2012-2013, the future should be bright. The Warriors have six players on their roster that are 24 years old or under. Combine...
We have heard multiple stories about why Golden State Warriors fired Mark Jackson a few months ago. We heard that Jackson and the Warriors front office wasn’t seeing eye to eye on a lot of things. Well one biggest issues was Jackson’s location.
You see, Jackson is a pastor at a church in Los Angeles. The Warriors knew this and were okay with him being their head coach and a pastor...
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The former Golden State Warriors head coach Mark Jackson does a lot of things. He’s a coach, broadcaster, and pastor.
Pastor Jackson hit the streets of Los Angeles this weekend to do some preaching.
Saturday was World Vision Day!! A call 4 every Believer 2 hit the Streets n Preach for 1 hr. My Church Fam and I was Blessed 2 take part!!
— Mark Jackson (@MarkJackson13) July 7...
Former Golden State Warriors head coach, now ESPN analyst Mark Jackson is also a preacher in Los Angeles. Jackson, the preacher, this past Saturday was filmed as he preached for World Vision Day. It’s a pretty strong preach from Jackson who is not shy about his strong faith. Jackson took to Twitter to explain World […]
Steve Blake and the Portland Trail Blazers have agreed upon a contract for the bi-annual exception.
Blake previously played for the Blazers before a trade to the Los Angeles Clippers in 2010.
Blake was most recently with the Golden State Warriors.
Free agent point guard Steve Blake has signed the biannual exception with the Portland Trail Blazers, returning to the team he had two prior stints with in 2005-06 and 2007-10.Blake provided the Warriors with consistent production last season as the backup to All-Star point guard Stephen Curry.Blake’s contract will be worth $4.2 million over two years, giving the 34-year old an...
The Warriors Summer League team, while consisting of only one first round draft pick (Nemanja Nedovic), does sport a few big-name college studs hoping to impress NBA GM’s in their first game of the summer on Friday.
Aaron Craft, the closest thing to a household name on the Dubs roster, was the starting point guard for Ohio State the past four years, and is best known as a defensive...
The Portland Trail Blazers have signed point guard Steve Blake, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. The 34-year-old guard has spent four seasons with the Blazers throughout his career. His contract will be worth $4.2 million over two seasons. Blake, who was recently being recruited to join the Lakers...
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