Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers has been busy taking flights across the country and overseas, meeting with players and agents and talking with other NBA executives ahead of next week's draft.
Going into the Golden State Warriors' offseason, there are several tangible missing pieces but nothing that should prevent them from contending next season. Those two aspects include: a guard that can handle while providing a scoring...Show More Summary
If the San Antonio Spurs win Game 6 of the NBA Finals, they will have gone 16-4 en route to an NBA title. Two of those losses will have come at the hands of the Miami Heat, and the other two will be credited to the Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary
So often is the case when perception meets reality that reality just doesn't live up to the hype. The widely held perception of the Golden State Warriors is that they need to keep their core intact in order to keep playing at the same level they were last season. Show More Summary
Right now the Golden State Warriors are watching the San Antonio Spurs, the team that ended their season, in the NBA Finals. They can relish in the fact that it took the eventual champions seven games to knock them out. Or that they were the only team other than the Miami Heat to beat them at least twice in the playoffs. Show More Summary
Golden State Warriors center Festus Ezeli has undergone right knee surgery to reinforce two ligaments.
Golden State Warriors center Festus Ezeli underwent successful surgery yesterday on his right knee, the team announced. The procedure, which was performed by Dr. Neal ElAttrache of the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic in Los Angeles, was necessary to reinforce both the medial collateral ligament and posterior cruciate ligament in Ezeli’s right knee. Ezeli suffered a sprained right [...]
The NBA season ended for the Golden State Warriors a few weeks ago. Now with the school year over as well, this marks a fitting time to hand out final grades. What a season it was for the Warriors, as it was for every starter over the course of the season. Show More Summary
Somebody better get Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry in a broadcasting booth when his career is over. During Game 3 of the NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat on Tuesday, Curry unleashed a series of...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors sure looked exciting in this year's playoffs — but building on their success may prove to be one of the NBA's trickiest challenges.
If not for Charlie Bell's legal troubles, this upcoming offseason would look entirely different for the Golden State Warriors. Just as the NBA lockout ended in the fall of 2011, Charlie Bell was amnestied—using a provision that had just been added under the new CBA —by then-Warriors general manager Larry Riley. Show More Summary
The NBA is unlike the NFL, where second-round draft picks are often projected to become starters or even stars. In a sport that holds just five positions at once on the court, the Golden State Warriors drafted two starting-caliber players and one destined to become, if he keeps progressing, a ten-year player at center. Show More Summary
The 2012-13 Golden State Warriors’ season can be considered a complete success, but there are still areas that must be upgraded before the start of the 2013-14 season. If the Warriors want to continue this trend and not return to the dregs of the NBA, they will need to improve upon some key fundamentals. Show More Summary
For the first time in a long time, the Golden State Warriors don't have a laundry list of offseason needs. That's good because they do not have a lot of money to spend. Goal No. 1 should be to retain Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry. However, both are able to look for more money elsewhere, and their future with the franchise is very much in doubt. Show More Summary
Stephen Curry signed a four-year, $44 million contract extension with the Golden State Warriors during the 2012-13 NBA season, and now we know that he has no intention of going anywhere for the duration of his career. When asked by Tom...Show More Summary
The pool of prospective coaches from which the 76ers look to hire their new coach was reduced again on Sunday when the Sacramento Kings selected former Golden State Warriors assistant Mike Malone. The 41-year-old Malone, who replaced Keith Smart, spent the last two seasons as the top assistant to Mark Jackson. Malone is the third coach [...]
The Denver Nuggets 2013 playoff run ended sooner than most expected when they were bounced by the West's sixth-seeded Golden State Warriors. A team that was once thought to be a serious contender for a Western Conference title didn't even make it out of the first round. Show More Summary
After finding out that Mookie Blaylock was involved in a serious automobile accident, Pearl Jam sent out a get-well wish to the former New Jersey Nets, Atlanta Hawks and Golden State Warriors' point guard. Blaylock is in stable condition...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors’ loss of lead assistant coach Mike Malone is undoubtedly going to sting. Malone, whose hire as head coach of the Sacramento Kings was officially announced Sunday according to ESPN, was certainly part of the successful recipe in the Warriors reaching the Western Conference Semifinals this past season. Show More Summary