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Golden State Of Mind Sep 9, 2014
This doesn't apply to the Golden State Warriors. But it sorta does. I don't know. "Adam has far less support on Sterling than anyone knows," was the scariest line I read on Sunday morning. Consider me naive, idiotic, or both, but I’m still relatively young and assume that cold-blooded logic and business decisions are a thing worth pushing aside for moral steps forward. Most of you aren’t like me, and unfortunately are accustomed to this type of behavior; a classified and accepted style of actions that permeates the ownership group in all sports. Dan Snyder literally held a rally in...
Welcome to Loud City Sep 5, 2014
Today we discuss Reggie Jackson's contract situation and preview the Pacific Division including the Warriors, Lakers, Clippers, Suns and Kings. We are getting closer to the start of training camp, but we are still in the dead days of the NBA. Reggie Jackson is still eligible for contract extension, but will it happen? He has made it clear he wants to lead a team, but with Russ at the helm will he ever be satisfied? We discuss this as well as some fake trades. Today we are also previewing the Pacific Division that includes a couple really exciting teams like the Golden State Warriors and Los...
Golden State Of Mind Sep 4, 2014
The Golden State Warriors have re-signed Bob Myers to a three-year contract extension taking him to the end of the 2017-2018 season. Great news! After an offseason marked by, ummm, hmmm, welllll, lots of things, Myers is apparently the man for three more years, according to Tim Kawakami of San Jose Mercury News. Let's do a quick off-the-top review of what he has done well and not so well. Listicles time! Good: 1. Signed Stephen Curry to an obscenely low deal, even at the time of his crippling ankle injury, which has now become the league's best contract by a thousand miles. 2. Somehow...
Golden State Of Mind Sep 3, 2014
The Golden State Warriors officially announced training camp invitations to Aaron Craft, James Michael McAdoo, and MItchell Watt. What's it mean? As the World Cup is nearly halfway over and training camp, the Golden State Warriors are finalizing what appears to be their Santa Cruz Warriors roster for the 2014-15 season. The team officially announced the signings of Aaron Craft, James McAdoo, and Mitchell Watt. Each contract is partially guaranteed and depends on how much time said player spends on the big league roster. In other words, this is organizational depth and shouldn't be...
Golden State Of Mind Aug 28, 2014
The 31-year old Brazilian guard played 20 games with Phoenix last season. Both Golden State and he are hoping that durability is not an issue this season. Per ESPN's Marc Stein, the Warriors have signed veteran guard Leandro Barbosa: Barbosa has also drawn interest from Miami, of course, but Warriors have won the race for Brazil's PG even before this FIBA World Cup starts — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) August 28, 2014 Golden State, I'm told, is closing in on a deal to sign Brazilian star guard Leandro Barbosa— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) August 28, 2014 According to...
Golden State Of Mind Aug 27, 2014
The Golden State Warriors didn't do much this offseason. After the splashy signing of Steve Kerr of head coach, they weren't able to pounce any big free agents, instead settling on Shaun Livingston, Brandon Rush, and a partially guaranteed contract to backup guard Aaron Craft. It started before last season. We just didn't listen. Or believe, for that matter. Mark Jackson strutted into Oracle Arena verbally berating and beating fans over the head that they'd play defense. Real, actual defense. The fans didn't know they were about to get sent back to the 1980s but no matter, the wins were...
Golden State Of Mind Aug 26, 2014
The ESPN Truehoop writer takes a crack at the question we're all wondering about. I mentioned this in the comments to a previous article, but it's probably worth sharing on it's own. Today ESPN's Ethan Sherwood Strauss dove into the question of why the Warriors might prefer Klay Thompson to Kevin Love. The whole article is worth reading in its entirely, and Strauss apparently spoke with several members of the Warriors brass. Some key takeaways: In what sounds to me like a denial of the memes about which person in the front office wanted what, Strauss quotes Lacob as saying, "Only we know...
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