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SFGate Jul 14, 2019

10 things you might not know about new Warrior Willie Cauley-Stein

Even though the Golden State Warriors re-signed versatile center Kevon Looney this offseason, they added another starting-caliber center in Willie Cauley-Stein.
ClutchPoints Jul 6, 2019
Kevon Looney reacts to D’Angelo Russell trade, returning to Warriors

Kevon Looney reacts to D’Angelo Russell trade, returning to Warriors

Golden State Warriors center Kevon Looney believes that D’Angelo Russell would bring a lot to the table next season. The 23-year-old center also admitted that he felt a sigh of relief when he finally struck a deal with the Warriors. In an interview with NBC Sports Bay Area, Looney said that he is excited to […] The post Kevon Looney reacts to D’Angelo Russell trade, returning to Warriors appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Mercury News Jul 6, 2019
Kevon Looney talks new deal with Warriors, Kevin Durant’s departure & possibly shooting 3’s

Kevon Looney talks new deal with Warriors, Kevin Durant’s departure & possibly shooting 3’s

Kevon Looney spoke to Bay Area News Group about a wide range of topics.
The Mercury News Jul 3, 2019
5 things to know about new Warrior Willie Cauley-Stein, including the 3 P’s on his forehead

5 things to know about new Warrior Willie Cauley-Stein, including the 3 P’s on his forehead

Willie Cauley-Stein was selected by the Sacramento Kings with the sixth pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, 24 picks before the Warriors drafted Kevon Looney.
Golden State Of Mind Jul 3, 2019
Podcast: Kevon Looney re-signs, Warriors add depth

Podcast: Kevon Looney re-signs, Warriors add depth

Recapping Day 2 and Day 3 of free agency. Days 2 and 3 of NBA free agency are in the books. The Golden State Warriors made some noise, re-signing Kevon Looney to a three-year deal, while also adding Willie Cauley-Stein and Glenn Robinson III. There were, of course, some casualties in the process, but so it goes. So here’s another episode of Wake Up With the Warriors, recapping everything that happened to the Warriors on the second and third days of the summer craziness. There are details on Looney and Klay Thompson’s contracts, updates on D’Angelo Russell’s expected role, and a...
Golden State Of Mind Jul 2, 2019
Warriors vs. Lakers: Can Jacob Evans III keep it up?

Warriors vs. Lakers: Can Jacob Evans III keep it up?

Golden State takes on Los Angeles in the second day of the California Classic. NBA free agency has been wild so far, especially for Golden State Warriors fans. In just 48 hours, the Warriors lost Kevin Durant, Andre Iguodala, and Jordan Bell, but gained D’Angelo Russell, Willie Cauley-Stein, and Glenn Robinson III, while re-signing Klay Thompson and Kevon Looney. Whew. Need a break from all that madness? Might I suggest . . . uhh . . . Warriors basketball? Just one day after the start of free agency, Summer League began. The Warriors are currently partaking in the California Classic, and...
Golden State Of Mind Jul 2, 2019
Contract notes: Looney gets an option, Klay gets a trade kicker

Contract notes: Looney gets an option, Klay gets a trade kicker

Filling in some details on two Warriors contracts. The big offseason moves for the Golden State Warriors are likely in the books. Kevin Durant left, and Andre Iguodala was traded. D’Angelo Russell joined the fray, while Klay Thompson and Kevon Looney re-signed. Barring something wild and very unexpected, the big moves are in the rear view mirror. From here, the Warriors will fill out their roster with tiny contracts, while they maneuver around hard cap that they’re so close to. The ins and outs of the Warriors moves - which cannot be completed until July 6 - are still coming through,...
ClutchPoints Jul 2, 2019
The Warriors got a bargain in Kevon Looney, but the rest of the NBA wasn’t sleeping

The Warriors got a bargain in Kevon Looney, but the rest of the NBA wasn’t sleeping

The Golden State Warriors made their first encouraging move of the summer, one that a vast majority of fans would approve of after inking the endeared Kevon Looney to a three-year, $15 million deal. This was the Looney’s first legitimate deal in the league, and one that consolidates him as a college product that managed […] The post The Warriors got a bargain in Kevon Looney, but the rest of the NBA wasn’t sleeping appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Golden Gate Sports Jul 2, 2019

Golden State Warriors: Re-signing Kevon Looney is the underrated move of the offseason

The Golden State Warriors were the center of plenty of drama this offseason period, but the re-signing of Kevon Looney has certainly flown under the radar. The Golden State Warriors were, in many ways, the talk of the offseason this year. With major pending free agents such as Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson, it was […] Golden State Warriors: Re-signing Kevon Looney is the underrated move of the offseason - Golden Gate Sports - Golden Gate Sports - A Bay Area Sports Site
ClutchPoints Jul 2, 2019
Colin Cowherd thinks Dubs are still favorites in the West

Colin Cowherd thinks Dubs are still favorites in the West

The Golden State Warriors may have lost Kevin Durant to free agency, and Klay Thompson may miss most of next season with a torn ACL, but that isn’t stopping Colin Cowherd from picking them to win the Western Conference: Kevon Looney back to Warriors. For now we have a clear Western Conference favorite. Steph, Klay […] The post Colin Cowherd thinks Dubs are still favorites in the West appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Jul 1, 2019
How badly Warriors wanted to re-sign Kevon Looney

How badly Warriors wanted to re-sign Kevon Looney

The Golden State Warriors were extremely serious in re-signing center Kevon Looney. According to Logan Murdock of NBC Sports, majority owner Joe Lacob, player personnel director Larry Harris and Kirk Lacob were present at the meeting with Looney on Sunday. The Warriors selected Looney from UCLA with the 30th overall pick in the 2015 NBA […] The post How badly Warriors wanted to re-sign Kevon Looney appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2019
Warriors re-sign Kevon Looney for three years, $15 million

Warriors re-sign Kevon Looney for three years, $15 million

Many of the Warriors may be gone next year, but Looney will not. The Golden State Warriors have re-signed Kevon Looney to a three-year deal worth $15 million. Sources: Free agent Kevon Looney has agreed to a three-year, $15M deal to return to Golden State.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 1, 2019 Looney’s return is a huge deal. Not only has he been an enormous part of the team in the last two years - a “foundational” piece, to use Steve Kerr’s words - but it looked like he might be gone after this year. Once Golden State swung a sign and trade for D’Angelo Russell,...
Sports Illustrated Jul 1, 2019

Kevon Looney Plans to Return to Warriors With Three-Year, $15 Million Deal

Kevon Looney plans to return to the Warriors with a three-year, $15 million contract.
SFGate Jul 1, 2019

Kevon Looney reportedly re-signs with Warriors on 3-year deal

The Warriors are bringing back versatile big man Kevon Looney on a three-year $15 million contract, according to multiple reports.

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