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Harrison Barnes will start at small forward for the Warriors on opening night.

Curry agrees to extension with Warriors

The Golden State Warriors and guard Stephen Curry have agreed to terms on a contract extension. The deal is for four years with an $11 million annual salary that starts next season, the Contra Costa Times reported Wednesday. Ankle problems have slowed Curry, a first-round draft pick in 2009. He has averaged 17.5 points per game in his three-year NBA career and shot 44.1 percent...

Warriors Injury News: Golden State Needs Andrew Bogut if They are to Compete

Andrew Bogut is still nursing an ankle injury, and his status for tonight's opener against the Phoenix Suns is unknown.  If Bogut plays, it will be a huge boost for the Golden State Warriors, a team looking to climb out of the cellar and into contention.  The team, and most people around the league, realizes that Bogut will be a necessary part of any contender. Marcus Thompson...

Warriors, Stephen Curry agree on 4-year extension

Tweet The Golden State Warriors and Stephen Curry have agreed to a 4-year, $44 million extension before Wednesday’s deadline, per Bay Area News reporter Marcus Thompson. Curry is a dynamic point guard but has struggled with recurring ankle injuries and was limited to only 26 games last season. Curry had surgery on his right ankle [...]

Stephen Curry agrees to a four-year extension with the Golden State Warriors

According to the San Jose Mercury News, point guard Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors have agreed to a four-year extension worth $44 million.  For a guard that is always injured, $11 million a year is not bad at all.  The deal is just the $44 million and does not include any other bonuses that other players may get such as getting to the Finals or whatever extra incentives...

Bogut Expected To Start In Season Opener

Andrew Bogut hasn't played in any preseason games.

Utah Jazz, Golden State Warriors amongst teams that spoke to Thunder about James Harden

James Harden wasn’t a lock to end up in Houston, as many other teams were in the race.Photo Credit: Creative Commons Although the James Harden trade came out of left field for most of us outside of NBA front-offices, apparently Harden was on the market long enough for numerous teams to inquire about his availability. As we know now, Harden eventually landed in Houston, but teams...
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