Found February 19, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
David Lee, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes and Steph Curry all represented the Golden State Warriors in Houston this weekend and got some team bonding in at the weekend festivities. On Saturday they partied together at the Talent Resources Sports All-Star Weekend Lounge with Corzo Tequila:

Golden State Warriors miss being laughingstocks of the NBA

The fresh scent of spring is already in the air, and you know what that means Golden State fans. It’s about that time of the year when the Warriors throw on their skintight bright yellow get-ups and begin training for the upcoming cycling season…or did Harrison Barnes, Klay Thompson and company decide to try out for Brazil’s soccer team? Despite popular belief, the Golden State...

Warriors shopping Kent Bazemore, Charles Jenkins, Jeremy Tyler?

The NBA’s trade deadline falls on Thursday. The Warriors aren’t expected to be major players (although, Eric Gordon rumors have been floated out there), but might they be interested in a couple smaller deals for financial purposes? As it stands, the Warriors’ team salary for this season is at approximately $71.2 million, putting them just over the luxury tax threshold of ...

Warriors mulling Klay Thompson-for-Eric Gordon trade?

It’s been an unusual NBA trade deadline week in that there have been zero deals completed with less than 24 hours to go. But that doesn’t mean the rumors haven’t been abundant, mainly potential blockbusters centering around Dwight Howard and Josh Smith. Locally speaking, on Tuesday we shared the rumor that the Warriors might trade a couple of their minimum-salary players to...

Andrew Bogut now allowed to play back-to-backs

Since returning to the Warriors lineup less than a month ago, Andrew Bogut has been restricted by doctors from playing in back-to-backs until the all-star break to minimize stress on the center’s flimsy ankle. Now that the all-star break is history, that ban has been lifted as Bogut approaches the next level of his recovery. Per Marcus Thompson: A team official said the 7-foot...

Know the Schedule February 19-24: Warriors ... come out to play

In each of the next four weeks, the Golden State Warriors play four games. That makes guys like Klay Thompson and Jarrett Jack (if healthy) hot plays, especially in head-to-head leagues. The Atlanta Hawks play three games this week, but then have four-game slates for the next six weeks. So picking up a guy like Devin Harris or Kyle Korver (if he's available) could pay dividends...

All Jacked Up For DraftKings Madness

I’ve heard an incredible buzz surrounding the All-Star Game, which is amazing considering the last person who enjoyed an all-star game died in 1997. Well, I hope the ASG has reinvigorated people’s interest in basketball. For those who like to press their luck and test their skill, DraftKings has an amazing contest going on. It is their biggest contest to date, and in fact, a...

Rival Teams Expect Warriors To Avoid Paying Luxury Tax

Jeremy Tyler, Charles Jenkins and Kent Bazemore are on minimum contracts and moving two would allow the franchise to get below the tax.

Bogut Ready To Begin Playing Back-To-Backs

Andrew Bogut expects to play in back-to-back games immediately.

Hornets Interested In Dealing For Klay Thompson

Reports indiciate that Hornets’ guard, Eric Gordon is available and that the team is interested in a deal that would bring Klay Thompson to New Orleans. The Warriors have shown no mutual interest in any such offer. According to the Times-Picayune: Sources confirm the Hornets would be interested in any trade deal with the Golden State Warriors that would include second-year shooting...

Suns go down as Warriors end six-game skid

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- With his team stuck in a season-high, six-game losing streak, Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson called facing the Phoenix Suns "the biggest game of the season for us" just before tipoff against the Western Conference's worst team. Apparently his players got the message. Klay Thompson had 28 points and eight rebounds, David Lee finished...
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