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The Golden State Warriors have signed free agents Gary Flowers, Chris Wright and Edwin Ubiles, filling out the training camp roster to 12 players under contract.
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Golden State Warriors guard Charlie Bell was briefly held in police custody after showing up legally drunk to a hearing in his drunken driving case, WJRT-TV reported.
The 32-year-old former Michigan State star was due to appear in court in Flint, Mich., Thursday on a drunken driving charge from October.
The case was going to be resolved, according to the report, until the NBA veteran...
Warriors guard Charlie Bell was arrested back in October for driving while under the influence. That doesn’t exactly make him the best role model for the children, but it happens. Everyone makes mistakes, so hopefully Bell will learn from his. Although, he isn’t exactly off to a great start. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, [...]
The Golden State Warriors have waived guard Charlie Bell and designated him as the team’s amnesty player, the team announced today. Additionally, the Warriors have rescinded their qualify offer to forward Reggie Williams.
Bell, 32, appeared in19 games for the Warriors last season, averaging 1.7 points in 9.0 minutes of action.
Williams, 25, appeared in 80 games [...]
The Golden State Warriors have waived second- year guard Jeremy Lin.
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The Warriors on Sunday used the amnesty provision on reserve guard Charlie Bell, a $4.1 million salary-cap trimming that allowed them to sign a four-year, $40 million offer sheet with restricted free-agent center DeAndre Jordan. The Clippers are expected to match the offer for the 6-foot-11, 265-pound 23-year-old, but it sounds like that is OK with Warriors executive board member...
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- The Golden State Warriors have signed center DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers to a restricted free agent offer sheet.
Well, if giving 23-year-old center DeAndre Jordan $10 million a season is overpaying, the Warriors might have just forced a division foe to break the bank.
The Los Angeles Clippers plan to match the Warriors' four-year, $40 million offer sheet to Jordan, a league source told ESPN on Sunday. The source also said the financial decision will cause the Clippers to put starting...