Hey Mark Jackson, two words: Andris Biedrins.
The NBA isn't all LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Kevin Durant. And thankfully, it's not all Andris Biedrins and Andrea Bargnani either. It's something more. Perennial All-Stars are must-watch athletes, but those who are attempting to follow in their footsteps deserve just as much attention. Show More Summary
The combination of Festus Ezeli and Andris Biedrins playing at center has worked well for the Golden State Warriors in the 2012-13 NBA season. But after a blistering 22-10 start, they have now lost two straight and proved that if they want to become a real threat, Andrew Bogut will have to be starting at center. Show More Summary
For diehard NBA fans, there’s nothing more frustrating than washed-up stars like Andris Biedrins, Carlos Boozer or Tyreke Evans dragging down their hometown teams. When players who once earned the universal praise of their local fans begin to disappoint, it hurts a little extra. Show More Summary
Here is a video from a Belgian basketball game. The dude featured in the video is certainly no LeBron James. Heck, his shooting accuracy may be even worse than that of Andris Biedrins. But despite all of this, I’m still having trouble deciding what aspect of the following clip is more embarrassing: The four botched open [...]
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If you ask basketball fans who the worst free throw shooter in the NBA is at the moment, many of them will probably tell you that it is Dwight Howard of the Los Angeles Lakers–he’s currently converting on 50.6% of his free throws this season. But if you ask a hardcore basketball junkie who the [...]
Andris Biedrins really knows how to push the emotional buttons of Golden State Warrior fans. The Latvian center, formerly a rising star among NBA big men, has managed to engender sincere hope, frustration and abject disgust during his professional tenure. Show More Summary
Latvia's state prosecutor has opened a criminal case against Golden State Warriors center Andris Biedrins for alleged income tax evasion.
Despite fans' wishes, the Golden State Warriors had no plans to be players in the 2012 NBA free-agent market. With over $44 million already committed to Andrew Bogut, David Lee, Richard Jefferson and Andris Biedrins for this season and...Show More Summary
Though it's not a date anyone remembers, February 6, 2009 is one of the saddest days in the recent history of the Golden State Warriors. That day, in a game the Warriors lost to the Phoenix Suns 105-115, Andris Biedrins' career started a nosedive that lasted for three full seasons before hitting rock-bottom in 2011-2012. Show More Summary
Andris Biedrins was allegedly caught by a Latvian website receiving some sloppy toppy. The second photo even shows him smoking a cig while his buddy enjoys the company of the [...]
A Latvian website posted some NSFW photographs of an individual who strongly resembles professional basketball player Andris Biedrins of the Golden State Warriors participating in...
This is the 2nd Warriors story this offseason that may or may not involve genitals.
Latvian news site Puaro has published a pair of photos showing what it claims to be Warriors center Andris Biedrins, on the receiving end of some public loving. The site is short on details, running only this short caption, helpfully butchered by Google Translate: More »
Trade Breakdown: Chicago: Receives: Andris Biedrins from Golden State, Tyreke Evans from Kings and the fifth pick in the 2012 NBA Draft from Sacramento. Loses: Luol Deng and 29th pick in 2012 NBA Draft. Houston : Receives: FranciscoShow More Summary
Andris Biedrins was a young center who showed a decent amount of promise to be a double-double guy almost every night. The Golden State Warriors though it wise to lock him down for the future of their front court, so they signed him to a six-year, $54 million contract in the summer of 2008. Show More Summary
The NBA is filled with many of the worst, most poisonous contracts in sports. Deals for stars like Joe Johnson and Carlos Boozer, role players like Charlie Villanueva and Ben Gordon, and total busts like Andris Biedrins continue to plague teams and keep them from steadily improving and targeting new impact players in free agency. Show More Summary
You probably know what's coming. "The Warriors need to get rid of Andris Biedrins contract. They need to re-sign Dominic McGuire and let Nate Robinson go. They need to trade Dorell Wright. Fire Mark Jackson. Keep Mark Jackson." You are also probably want to skip through the slides quickly and move on, or tell me why I'm an idiot and then move on. Show More Summary
Coming into the year, Andris Biedrins was supposed to prove himself and prove to the fans and head coach Mark Jackson that he deserves a starting spot. However, he did quite the opposite. Averaging around two points per game, Biedrins has failed to fill a major hole in the Golden State Warriors roster. Show More Summary