Monday the Warriors announced they will be exercising their $3.8 million club option on Marresse Speights’ contract for the 2015-16 season.
Marcus Thompson from the Bay Area News Group reported:
Warriors picking up the option for Marreese Speights' … $3.8 million was too much of a bargain to pass up
— Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) June 29, 2015
A bargain it is when you...
The Golden State Warriors have exercised their $3.8 million team option on the contract of Marreese Speights for the 15-16 season.
Speights played minutes at both power forward and center this past season.
Speights averaged 10.4 points per game in 76 regular season appearances.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) The Golden State Warriors have exercised their $3.8 million team option on reserve big man Marreese Speights for next season.
The announcement Monday brings back a key member of the NBA champions' second unit. Speights averaged a career-high 10.4 points along with 4.3 rebounds in 15.9 minutes per game during the regular season.
He averaged 3.7 points in just...
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The NBA season has come and gone. The Golden State Warriors are the world champions. The NBA draft has come and gone. The Warriors selected Kevin Looney out of UCLA with their first pick, 30th overall.
Now, free agency begins.
We pretty much knew before, but received our answer while the Warriors were on the plane ride back from Cleveland that Golden State would be working with the...
While the Golden State Warriors surprised the basketball world by winning an NBA Championship for the first time in 40 years, perhaps no member of the team outperformed expectations more than reserve big man Marreese Speights.Speights averaged 10.4 points per game in just 15.9 minutes a night, and came to be known as "Mo Buckets" for his scoring contributions. Speights has a team...
There are times in life where we make mistakes and when the moments are big, they tend to be a little bit more magnified than usual.
With time running down in the third quarter of game two of the 2015 NBA Finals, Golden State Warriors Marreese Speights appeared to have an easy slam dunk.
Sadly for Mo Speights, he was unable to complete it:
Speights Missed Dunk [SB Nation...
The Golden State Warriors starting lineup, headlined by All-Stars Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, is the biggest reason Steve Kerr’s team has reached the NBA Finals.
But the squad wouldn’t be complete without a tremendous reserve unit, and the second-stringers have played without a key piece for a strong portion of the postseason. Marreese Speights, a 6-foot-10 center capable...
The Warriors picked up their sixth win in a row on Monday when they beat the Wizards 107-76 at home. Washington was down by just three at halftime. Then, Golden State came out in the third quarter and raised the intensity of their defense, allowing the Wizards to make just one shot from the floor...Read More
There’s kicking a man when he’s down, and then there’s what Golden State Warriors backup center Marreese Speights did to the Washington Wizards following his team’s 107-76 win last night. Via Ben Standig of CSNWashington.com:
“We just turned up a little,” Speights said of Golden State’s defense to reporters following the win. “We knew if we hit them, if we got a couple...
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