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Jeremy Tyler was a second round pick by the Warriors in 2011.
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The Golden State Warriors announced Monday they recalled forward/center Jeremy Tyler from the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League. Tyler returns to the Warriors after one game with Santa Cruz. He scored five points and had six rebounds in 29 minutes in a 95-79 win at Reno on Sunday. The Warriors host the Orlando Magic on Monday night.
One day after Golden State sent rookie Kent Bazemore down to its Development League team and he scored 27 points, the Warriors recalled the rookie guard-forward before Saturday night's game against Indiana. Bazemore had 27 points, nine rebounds and five steals in D-League Santa Cruz's season-opening 101-95 victory at Reno on Friday night.
15 years ago today on December 1, 1997, ******* crazy Golden State Warriors shooting guard Latrell Sprewell twice assaulted newly hired head coach P.J. Carlesimo during a team practice. According to witnesses, Carlesimo screamed at the then 27-year-old Sprewell, who … Continue reading →
OAKLAND -- Jarrett Jack suffered a point guard's ultimate humiliation Saturday night. Two minutes later, the veteran assured the night would be remembered for something entirely more gratifying, burying a 60-footer to beat the third-quarter horn and propel the Golden State Warriors to a 103-92 victory over the Indiana Pacers at Oracle Arena. "I've been due for one...
Check out Warriors guard Stephen Curry as he tosses the alley-oop from behind the three point line to Harrison Barnes who finishes with the two handed slam!
Jarrett Jack is excellent at celebrating. The half court buzzer beater shot was incredible. The celebration was even better. Life is good in Warrior land. 10-6 and feeling the flow.
Golden State got a big game from Stephen Curry, a solid effort by David Lee and another strong fourth quarter.
This is becoming quite the routine for the Warriors, who beat the Indiana Pacers 103-92 on Saturday night for their third consecutive victory.
''We just play until the buzzer sounds,'' said Jarrett Jack, who had 18 points, including a 57-foot heave from...
The Golden State Warriors never won four straight games in coach Mark Jackson's first season.
Stephen Curry and the surprising Warriors have the opportunity to accomplish the feat in year two under Jackson on Monday night when they host the Orlando Magic.
Jackson's first season as an NBA coach was a difficult one as Golden State (10-6) finished with the Western Conference...