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Golden State Of Mind Jul 2, 2022
Deep-dive: How will Donte DiVincenzo fit with the Warriors?

Deep-dive: How will Donte DiVincenzo fit with the Warriors?

Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Looking at how DiVincenzo will fill the shoes of Gary Payton II. The Golden State Warriors’ offseason has been somewhat of a bittersweet endeavor. Amidst the departures of beloved role players and valued contributors, the fact that a championship was just won has pretty much been forgotten — or set aside toward the fringes of the subconscious. Kevon Looney opted to stay with the organization that drafted him, cultivated his talent, and gives him the comfort of familiarity. Gary Payton II opted for financial security, a completely...
SFGate Jul 2, 2022

Golden State Warriors lose another bench player in Damion Lee, who signs with the Phoenix Suns

The 6-foot-5 guard is the latest free agent to leave the NBA champs.
Golden State Of Mind Jul 2, 2022
Podcast: Free agency recap, Part 1

Podcast: Free agency recap, Part 1

Photo by Ezra Shaw/ Breaking down the Warriors moves on the first two days of free agency. The 2022 NBA free agency period is off and running, and while the Golden State Warriors have been more quiet than many teams, they’ve also made a fair share of moves. And I’ve got those moves covered for you with a free agency recap. Part one of a free agency recap, that is, because there are still plenty of moves left for the Warriors to make. Here’s what they’ve done so far: Re-signed Kevon Looney to a three-year deal Signed Donte DiVincenzo to a two-year deal with a...
Golden State Of Mind Jul 2, 2022
Damion Lee signs with the Suns

Damion Lee signs with the Suns

Photo by Noah Graham/NBAE via Another Warriors free agent has departed. Another Golden State Warriors free agent has departed. This time it’s guard Damion Lee, who is joining the Phoenix Suns on a one-year deal, presumably for the veteran’s minimum. Free agent guard Damion Lee has agreed to a one-year deal with the Phoenix Suns, source tells ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 2, 2022 Lee averaged 7.4 points, 3.2 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game this year, in 19.9 minutes per game. His three-point shooting dropped to 33.7%, but even with the bad...
SFGate Jul 1, 2022

Golden State Warriors move quickly to replace Gary Payton II, sign Donte DiVincenzo to 2-year deal

The Warriors moved quickly to address their guard depth after losing Gary Payton II.
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2022
Warriors sign Donte DiVincenzo

Warriors sign Donte DiVincenzo

Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/ The high-flying guard is signing a two-year deal with a player option. On the second day of the 2022 NBA free agency period, the Golden State Warriors signed their first player from outside the organization: high-flying guard Donte DiVincenzo. The Dubs reportedly signed DiVincenzo to a two-year deal worth $9.3 million, with a player option in the second year. Free agent Donte DiVincenzo has agreed to a two-year, $9.3 million deal with the Golden State Warriors, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. Player option in Year 2.— Shams Charania...
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2022
Nemanja Bjelica says “Zbogom” to the Warriors and “Merhaba” to Fenerbahçe

Nemanja Bjelica says “Zbogom” to the Warriors and “Merhaba” to Fenerbahçe

Nemanja Bjelica is bringing championship experience back to Fenerbahce. | Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE via Another veteran free agent has left the Warriors, as Belli signs with his old team in Istanbul. Why did Golden State get the works? That’s nobody’s business but the Turks. Another of the Golden State Warriors’ key veterans has left in free agency, with Nemanja Bjelica joining Otto Porter Junior and Gary Payton II in departing the club after winning a title. Bjelica turned down an offer to return for the veteran’s minimum in order to sign with Turkish...
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2022
Kevon Looney re-signs for three years

Kevon Looney re-signs for three years

Photo by Adam Glanzman/ Looney is back! Everyone can breathe a sigh of relief and crack a smile, because the Golden State Warriors have finally re-signed center Kevon Looney. Looney is reportedly signing a three-year deal with $25.5 million, though the third year of the deal is only partially guaranteed, meaning the Warriors can move on if Looney falls off, gets injured, or becomes irrelevant with James Wiseman’s development. Kevon Looney is returning to the Warriors on a three-year, $25.5 million deal, per sources. @wojespn first. Additional details: First year...
SFGate Jul 1, 2022

Warriors re-sign playoff hero Kevon Looney on multiyear contract, report says

Looney's defense and rebounding gave Golden State a huge lift, as did his durability in the regular season.
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2022
Otto Porter Jr. departs for the Raptors

Otto Porter Jr. departs for the Raptors

Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Toronto is signing the Warriors wing to a two-year contract. The Golden State Warriors free agency period is not off to the best start. Shortly after it was reported that Gary Payton II would be headed to the Portland Trail Blazers on a three-year deal, news broke that wing Otto Porter Jr. is headed to Canada to join the Toronto Raptors. Toronto is apparently signing Porter to a two-year deal that features a player option for the second year. While it’s not yet clear how much money the Raptors are giving Porter, The...
SFGate Jul 1, 2022

'Flood of criticism' from Warriors' Finals win helped spur Kevin Durant trade request, report says

Kevin Durant reportedly reached the tipping point partly because the Warriors won.
SFGate Jul 1, 2022

Warriors, suddenly unwilling to spend, reportedly lose Gary Payton II to Trail Blazers

The Warriors' sudden concern for their luxury tax bill is hard to square with public remarks from Joe Lacob and Bob Myers.
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2022
Gary Payton II signs with the Blazers

Gary Payton II signs with the Blazers

If this was the last thing Gary Payton II did as a Warrior, he really got his money’s worth | Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/ Portland is pairing Damian Lillard with another Oakland legend on a three-year, $28 million deal for the Warriors standout defensive guard. At the end of training camp, as the Golden State Warriors were going through candidates for the 15th slot on their roster, they waived Gary Payton II. Payton had signed with the team at the end of the 2020-21, but the Warriors risked any of the other teams signing GPII in order to sign him to a new deal that...
Golden State Of Mind Jul 1, 2022
Report: Warriors still have a ways to go in negotiations with Kevon Looney and Gary Payton II

Report: Warriors still have a ways to go in negotiations with Kevon Looney and Gary Payton II

Photos by Michael Gonzales/NBAE via Buckle up — things are about to get interesting. If there was hope that the Golden State Warriors would hastily secure the return of two of their top free-agency targets, that hope seems to be flying away. Per Anthony Slater and Sam Amick of The Athletic (behind a paywall): “As the first day of free agency nears a close, distance remains between the contract desires of Kevon Looney and Gary Payton II and the willingness from the Warriors to meet that number, sources told The Athletic. In particular, the odds that Payton departs...
Golden State Of Mind Jun 30, 2022
Warriors say “Adios” as Juan Toscano-Anderson signs with Lakers

Warriors say “Adios” as Juan Toscano-Anderson signs with Lakers

Juan Toscano-Anderson, more accurate with a champagne bottle than he was from three-point range much of the season. The 2022 Slam Dunk Contest runner-up has signed to play with Russell Westbrook and Damian Jones in LA. We must say R.I.P. to the J.T.A. era of the Golden State Warriors as the pride of East Oakland, Juan Toscano-Anderson, signed with the Los Angeles Lakers today. Free agent forward Juan Tuscano-Anderson — member of Golden State Warriors championship team — has reached an agreement with the Los Angeles Lakers, his agent Erika Ruiz of @KlutchSports...

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