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Fantasy Update

Jul 23, 2017
Hoops Hype
There’s no question that the Golden State Warriors were the big winners of the NBA offseason. Not only did the defending champions re-sign their core of Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Zaza Pachulia and David West, they also added new contributors such as Nick Young, Omri Casspi and Jordan Bell. It’s admittedly hard to imagine a team other than the Warriors hoisting the Larry O’Brien trophy next June, especially since the Cleveland Cavaliers failed to make a big acquisition and are now dealing with Kyrie Irving’s trade request. Still, this was a very active and...
CSN Bay Area 19 hours ago

Warriors officially ink six players to new contracts

The Warriors re-signed free agents Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston, Zaza Pachulia and David West to contracts, the team announced on Tuesday.Curry, 29,
CSN Washington Jul 2, 2017

West continues to add firepower in NBA free agency while East stands still

The Golden State Warriors are going to remain intact to make another run at an NBA title after retaining a supporting cast of David West,
Boston Herald Jul 2, 2017
Warriors reach agreements with Andre Iguodala, David West

Warriors reach agreements with Andre Iguodala, David West

OAKLAND, Calif. — About as quickly as they can blow games open with big runs, the high-flying Golden State Warriors are keeping their roster intact for another championship chase.Key reserve Andre Iguodala announced his own re-signing Saturday night on Twitter, reaching agreement on a $48 million, three-year contract in which all the money is guaranteed, a person with direct knowledge of the deal said. The person spoke on condition of anonymity late Saturday because terms hadnt been publicly disclosed.Fresh off his first career title, David West is coming back for what is expected to be his...
Sun Herald Jul 1, 2017

Warriors say they will re-sign key reserve David West

Fresh off his first career championship, David West is returning to the Golden State Warriors for what is expected to be his final NBA season, with the team saying it …

Warriors say they will re-sign key reserve David West

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Fresh off his first career championship, David West is returning to the Golden State Warriors for what is expected to be his final NBA season, with the team saying it intends to sign him to a new deal next week upon the conclusion of the free agency moratorium period.
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2017
NBA Free Agency: David West expected to return to Warriors for a final season

NBA Free Agency: David West expected to return to Warriors for a final season

Veteran forward David West enjoyed his time with the Warriors enough to stick around. NBA reporter David Aldridge tweeted that veteran forward David West is expected to sign a one-year contract with the Golden State Warriors in what will be his last season. David West, per source, to re-sign for one year—will be his last—with the Warriors.— David Aldridge (@daldridgetnt) July 1, 2017 David West indeed re-signing with Warriors on one-year deal, as @daldridgetnt reports. Numbers unclear as yet. Retirement waits...— Sam Amick (@sam_amick) July 1, 2017 Of note now that...
CSN Bay Area Jul 1, 2017

Why David West returning means so much for Warriors

With David West agreeing to return to the Warriors for what is expected to be his last season, the reigning NBA champions are one player

NBA Free Agency: Veteran David West, Warriors agree to one-year deal

West, who won his first championship with the Warriors last season, plans to retire after 2017-18

Reports: David West to re-sign with Warriors on one-year deal

David West has agreed to re-sign with the Warriors for the veteran’s minimum, according to multiple reports. Under the NBA’s new collective bargaining agreement, the veteran’s minimum jumped to $2.3 million for players who have logged at least 10 seasons in the league. Last season, he was a locker-room leader who emerged as a key part of the Warriors’ second unit. With a rare blend of size, court awareness, touch and timing, the 6-foot-9, 250-pound West posted up on the right block and drew defenses toward him before kicking out to shooters. The Warriors’ other free agents are...
CSN Bay Area Jul 1, 2017

Reports: West returning to Warriors for final NBA season

Retirement will have to wait for forward David West. The veteran will come back to the Warriors for one final NBA season, according to multiple national

Warriors season review: David West

Warriors season review: In the wake of the Warriors’ second NBA title in three years, The The 15th and final installment focuses on David West, who finally won a ring. Dimensions: 6-foot-9, 250 pounds 2016-17 statistics: 4.6 points and 3.0 rebounds in 12.6 minutes per game Contract status: West will become an unrestricted free agent Saturday. Like teammate Zaza Pachulia, West turned down more lucrative offers last July to sign with the Warriors. What made West unique was that it was the second straight summer he had prioritized a shot at an NBA title over money. A year earlier, he...
CSN Bay Area Jun 29, 2017

Is David West going to retire? 'If I do keep playing...'

On Friday night, David West will officially become a free agent again. He will turn 37 years old in August. What's in store for his future?
Ranking every free agent the Pacers have signed

Ranking every free agent the Pacers have signed

From David West to Terry Mills, IndyStar's Nat Newell ranks the Pacers' 30 free agent signings.       

David West Photos

Warriors Player News

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    Stephen Curry

    Golden State Warriors officially re-sign Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant

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    Draymond Green

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    Kevin Durant

    Golden State Warriors officially re-sign Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant

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    Andre Iguodala

    Warriors officially ink six players to new contracts

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    Shaun Livingston

    Warriors officially ink six players to new contracts

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    David West

    Warriors officially ink six players to new contracts

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    Zaza Pachulia

    Warriors officially ink six players to new contracts

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  • JaVale McGee

    Are the Warriors secretly hoping Javale McGee leaves? Why hasn’t he signed yet?

  • Patrick McCaw

    Nick Young narrows Warriors jersey number to two options: 'Depends on...'