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Rockets superstar James Harden states Warriors will ‘still be good’

Houston Rockets star James Harden says overlooking the Golden State Warriors isn’t a good idea. Despite losing Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets in free agency, the Warriors still have four All-Stars on the team in Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, D’Angelo Russell and Draymond Green. However, Thompson is expected to miss a big chunk of […] The post Rockets superstar James Harden states Warriors will ‘still be good’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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NBA Rumors: Klay Thompson More Important To Warriors Than Kevin Durant, According To Coach Steve Kerr

After failing to win their third consecutive NBA championship title, the Golden State Warriors took another huge blow in the 2019 NBA free agency when they lost one of their best players, All-Star forward Kevin Durant. Despite strong efforts from the Warriors’ front office to convince him to stay, Durant still ended up leaving Golden State to team up with Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan on the Brooklyn Nets. Aside from Durant, the Warriors also lost two integral parts of their second unit – Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston.Click here to continue and read more...

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NBA Rumors: Warriors Could Explore Trading D’Angelo Russell For Aaron Gordon & Mo Bamba, Per ‘Bleacher Report’

After a failed three-peat, the Golden State Warriors took another huge blow in the 2019 NBA free agency when they lost All-Star forward Kevin Durant. Despite strong efforts from the Warriors to convince him to stay, Durant still ended up leaving Golden State to team up with Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan on the Brooklyn Nets. Luckily, the Warriors didn’t lose Durant as an unrestricted free agent without getting anything valuable in return. In a sign-and-trade deal with the Nets, the Warriors managed to acquire All-Star point guard D’Angelo Russell in exchange for Kevin Durant. However,...

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Golden State Warriors: 5 burning questions ahead of NBA training camp

The Golden State Warriors find themselves in a rather unfamiliar position: the role of the underdog. After a dominant five-year stretch in which the Warriors made five NBA Finals appearances and won three championships, Golden State is entering the 2019-20 campaign as a virtual afterthought. Gone is Kevin Durant, who departed via free agency. Bench […] The post Golden State Warriors: 5 burning questions ahead of NBA training camp appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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NBA Rumors: Warriors Owner Joe Lacob Considers Klay Thompson As ‘Greatest Two-Guard On The Planet’

Despite failing to win their third consecutive NBA championship title in the 2018-19 NBA season, the Golden State Warriors still headed into the 2019 NBA free agency with the goal of keeping their core intact. Though they lost Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets, the Warriors managed to bring Klay Thompson back on a five-year, $190 million contract. The Warriors may no longer have Durant, but with the core of Thompson, Stephen Curry, and Draymond Green, they still remain as a legitimate threat in the deep Western Conference. Unfortunately, the Warriors won’t be entering the 2019-20 NBA...

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NBA Rumors: Jaylen Brown Could Receive ‘Godfather Offer’ In 2020 Free Agency, Per ‘NBC Sports’

The 2020 NBA free agency class continues to get shallow as players who are entering the final year of their contract ink a new deal with their current teams. From Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green and Brooklyn Nets small forward Caris LeVert, another talented player would no longer be hitting the free-agent market next summer – Eric Gordon of the Houston Rockets. In a Twitter post, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported that Gordon agreed to sign a four-year, $74 million contract extension with the Rockets.Click here to continue and read more...

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It never crossed ownership’s mind to not re-sign Klay Thompson

Despite going down with a major ACL tear in Game 6 of the NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors never second-guessed on re-signing their free-agency bound All-Star guard Klay Thompson. Via NBC Sports, team owner Joe Lacob spoke about the matter with NBC Sports Bay Area’s Monte Poole on “The Warriors Insider Podcast.” For him, […] The post It never crossed ownership’s mind to not re-sign Klay Thompson appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Warriors owner Joe Lacob says letting Klay Thompson walk ‘didn’t even remotely cross my mind’

Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob was never going to let shooting guard Klay Thompson walk in free agency despite the ACL tear Thompson suffered in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals against the Toronto Raptors. The Warriors re-signed Thompson to a five-year max contract this summer worth $190 million. Thompson is expected to […] The post Warriors owner Joe Lacob says letting Klay Thompson walk ‘didn’t even remotely cross my mind’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Zaza Pachulia says free agency started well, then it ‘got quiet’

Zaza Pachulia joined the Golden State Warriors as a consultant on Thursday, but this was not the plan this summer. Pachulia, who played for the Detroit Pistons last season, spoke to a few teams this offseason once free agency started. The former NBA big man says his free agency started well, then it all of […] The post Zaza Pachulia says free agency started well, then it ‘got quiet’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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NBA Rumors: Kevin Durant-Less Warriors ‘Legitimately Have A Shot’ At Championship Next Season, Says Joe Lacob

After failing to win their third consecutive NBA championship title, the Golden State Warriors took another huge blow in the 2019 NBA free agency when they lost All-Star forward Kevin Durant. Despite strong efforts from the Warriors’ front office to convince him to stay, Durant still ended up leaving Golden State to team up with Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan on the Brooklyn Nets. Durant’s departure from the Warriors has dramatically changed the NBA landscape. Without Kevin Durant on their roster, most people no longer consider the Warriors as a legitimate threat in the deep Western...

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Warriors GM Bob Myers recounts free agency madness and getting swept up by a gay pride parade

"This free agency was like a stock broker on the floor," said Warriors GM Bob Myers. "That's how crazy that was."

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D’Angelo Russell: 3 way-too-early bold predictions for the Warriors’ new star

D’Angelo Russell entered the NBA offseason as a prized free agency target for quite a few different teams. While there were many teams trying to convince him to sign with them, he ended up being acquired by the Golden State Warriors in a sign-and-trade agreement with the Brooklyn Nets for Kevin Durant. It was a […] The post D’Angelo Russell: 3 way-too-early bold predictions for the Warriors’ new star appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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NBA Rumors: Blazers May Consider Kevin Love Trade An ‘All-In Move’ To Win Championship In 2019-20 Season

The explosive backcourt duo of Damian Lillard and C.J. McCollum reached another milestone in the 2018-19 NBA season when they led the Portland Trail Blazers to the Western Conference Finals for the first time since 2000. However, after being swept by the Golden State Warriors in a best-of-seven series, it’s becoming more clear that the Trail Blazers need additional star power to contend for the NBA championship title. The Warriors may have weakened after the departure of Kevin Durant in the 2019 NBA free agency, but the Western Conference has become more competitive with the birth of new...

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New York Knicks: Looking back at the David Lee sign-and-trade

In this latest edition of New York Knicks Trade History, a look back at the sign-and-trade that sent David Lee to the Golden State Warriors in 2010. In 2010, the New York Knicks worked their way towards salary cap space for free agency. They built towards this for years, tearing down the roster to acquire […] New York Knicks: Looking back at the David Lee sign-and-trade - Daily Knicks - Daily Knicks - A New York Knicks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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NBA Rumors: Draymond Green Reacts On Warriors’ Undergo Status In 2019-20 Season, ‘I Like It’

While several NBA teams have made massive improvements on their roster this summer, the Golden State Warriors have lost one of their best players, Kevin Durant, in the 2019 NBA free agency. Despite strong efforts from the Warriors to convince him to stay, Durant still ended up leaving Golden State to team up with Kyrie Irving on the Brooklyn Nets. The departure of Durant from the Warriors has dramatically changed the NBA landscape.Click here to continue and read more...

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Los Angeles Lakers: Steve Kerr devastated about DeMarcus Cousins

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr, the former head coach for Los Angeles Lakers center DeMarcus Cousins, was devastated when he heard about his knee injury. The Los Angeles Lakers had big plans for center DeMarcus Cousins after signing the former All-Star center in free agency in July. Cousins signed for a little over […] Los Angeles Lakers: Steve Kerr devastated about DeMarcus Cousins - Lake Show Life - Lake Show Life - A Los Angeles Lakers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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Warriors news: Bob Myers explains why he opted to meet Kevin Durant personally to hear his free agency decision

Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers wanted to meet with Kevin Durant personally to hear his free agency decision because he felt their relationship had earned that. Myers traveled to New York, where Durant informed him he was leaving the Warriors after three seasons to sign with the Brooklyn Nets. “Here’s what I wanted,” […] The post Warriors news: Bob Myers explains why he opted to meet Kevin Durant personally to hear his free agency decision appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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Warriors GM Bob Myers says it’s ‘comforting’ to have Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green after losing Kevin Durant

Despite losing two-time Finals MVP Kevin Durant this summer in free agency, Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers says it’s “comforting” to have Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green on the roster. The three All-Stars, who won the 2015 championship without Durant, are eager to show the critics the Warriors are still an […] The post Warriors GM Bob Myers says it’s ‘comforting’ to have Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green after losing Kevin Durant appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Warriors didn't sign D'Angelo Russell to trade him - Bob Myers | NBA on ESPN

Golden State Warriors GM Bob Myers says he has never seen NBA free agency move as fast as it did this season. Myers also explains his relationship with Kevin Durant will not change just because he is with the Brooklyn Nets now. He continues to give high p

D'Angelo Russell says he and Steph Curry will be a 'dangerous combo' | 2019 NBA Free Agency

D'Angelo Russell shares some insight into his free agency, which led to him joining the Golden State Warriors. Russell is thankful for the opportunity that the Brooklyn Nets gave him and understands the business of the NBA with the Nets pursuing Kevin Dur

Chris Mullin reacts to Kendrick Perkins saying Warriors took Kevin Durant for granted | The Jump

Rachel Nichols, Nick Friedell, Amin Elhassan and Chris Mullin react to Kendrick Perkins saying the Golden State Warriors took Kevin Durant for granted before his move to the Brooklyn Nets in 2019 NBA free agency. #TheJump ✔