Takeaway’s From the Warriors 116-106 Victory Over The Pistons

The Golden State Warriors will head back to the bay area 2-2 after the team’s grueling four game road trip. After starting the season 0-2, it seemed like the Warriors season was over before it even started. But after the team’s impressive 116-106 victory over the Pistons, it appears the Warriors might be hitting theirContinue reading “Takeaway’s From the Warriors 116-106 Victory Over The Pistons”

3 Takeaways From the Warriors 114-113 Preseason Loss to the Kings

Here are my 3 takeaway’s from last nights preseason loss to the Kings. Andrew Wiggins Offensive Struggles Continue Expectations for Andrew Wiggins are at the highest they’ve been in the last couple of years. Especially now that the Warriors know Klay Thompson won’t be stepping onto the court until 2022 at the earliest. Without Klay’sContinue reading “3 Takeaways From the Warriors 114-113 Preseason Loss to the Kings”

Breaking Down the Top-3 Prospects in the Upcoming NBA Draft

We are officially 8 days away from the NBA draft as speculation regarding the Warriors #2 pick continues. At this point, there are no inklings on who’s at the top of the Warriors draft board. But, it’s safe to assume that James Wiseman, Anthony Edwards , and Lamelo Ball are at the top of it. Continue reading “Breaking Down the Top-3 Prospects in the Upcoming NBA Draft”

A Couple Of Reasons Why Andrew Wiggins Won’t Be Traded This Offseason

Andrew Wiggins was once viewed as a generational talent. Now, he has the reputation of being overpaid. Wiggins is scheduled to make $29.5M this season in Golden State. The top overall pick in 2014 has not lived up to expectations thus far in his career. But, I believe he can make positive strides in GoldenContinue reading “A Couple Of Reasons Why Andrew Wiggins Won’t Be Traded This Offseason”

The Warriors May Look to Fill the Void At Center Through Free Agency

It’s apparent that nobody knows what Bob Myers intends to do with the #2 overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft. All we know is he has a ton of assets at his disposal if he wants to re-bolster the team’s frontcourt this upcoming season. Which they should do. But how? The Warriors are lackingContinue reading “The Warriors May Look to Fill the Void At Center Through Free Agency”

The Warriors Are Offically in the Center Market

For the past 5 seasons, we have witnessed the Golden State Warriors run through the Western Conference like a wrecking ball. But, my oh my have the tables have turned. Now, the Warriors find themselves on the outside looking in, and that’s a tough pill to swallow for Steve Kerr and Bob Myers. It’s evidentContinue reading “The Warriors Are Offically in the Center Market”

Will Marquese Chriss Start For GS Next Season?

This is a huge offseason for the Golden State Warriors. Steve Kerr and Bob Myers have a lot of work to do if they want to return to championship form. One of the questions they must answer is whether Marquese Chriss has done enough in the blue and gold to secure a starting spot nextContinue reading “Will Marquese Chriss Start For GS Next Season?”

The Warriors Next Draft Pick Affects Draymond Green The Most

As of right now, nobody has a clue what the Warriors desires are regarding the #2 overall pick. Bob Myers has expressed interest in trading the pick, but nothing appears to be imminent at this point. Lets assume the Warriors keep the pick. Who does it affect the most? It’s Draymond Green. We know DraymondContinue reading “The Warriors Next Draft Pick Affects Draymond Green The Most”

What Golden State’s Options Are Regarding the #2 Overall Pick

There has been a ton of speculation circling around the NBA about what the Warriors will do with the 2nd overall pick in the 2020 draft. Will they package it in a trade or will they make a selection? Only Bob Myers can answer that question. What we do know is the Warriors have valuableContinue reading “What Golden State’s Options Are Regarding the #2 Overall Pick”

Bob Myers Wishes NBA GM’S Would “Cultivate” Closer Relationships

Bonds among coaching staffs and bonds among players form all the time within the NBA. According to Bob Myers, GM’s have a tougher time forming those relationships. The Warriors president of basketball operations gave his insight on ESPN’s “The Woj Pod”. “As an agent 10 years ago I had many more conversations with GM’s andContinue reading “Bob Myers Wishes NBA GM’S Would “Cultivate” Closer Relationships”