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”
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”
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”
Kevon Looney is officially 100% after completing core muscle surgury in late May, according to his agent Todd Ramasar. He also noted that Looney isn’t going “all out” due to the teams extended offseason. ” It’s one of those things where, because of this long runway that we have of an offseason for at leastContinue reading “Looney’s Health Update Provides Good News For Warriors Second Unit”
The Warriors plan to rejuvenate the career of Marquese Chriss has been beneficial for both parties. Chriss proved last season that he belongs in the NBA, and the Dubs may have found themselves a starting center for the future. The Phoenix Suns drafted Chriss 8th overall in the 2016 NBA draft. Expectations for Chriss wereContinue reading “A Couple of Reasons Why Marquese Chriss Should Start Next Season”
The NBA has officially released plans to resume the NBA season. The plan involves 22 teams finishing out the season in Orlando. however, the Warriors will not be one of them. The off-season has arrived and now Bob Myers has tough decisions to make. The Warriors ended the season with the leagues worst record. (15-50)Continue reading “Two Players The Warriors Cannot Afford to Pass Up On in 2020 Draft”
FacebookTwitter When the NBA suspended the season 72 days ago, there was strong belief within the Warriors organization that their season was over. But recent reports suggest that it may not be time to clean lockers out just yet. The NBA announced their intention to have guidelines set in place by June 1st for playersContinue reading “Is The Warriors Season Over? Not Quite Yet”
If I had to guess, I would say that Steve Kerr was not expecting to get in a boxing match with Michael Jordan when he came to training camp entering the 1995-1996 season, but it sure did prepare him for what was to come later on in his career. Kerr refused to let Michael JordanContinue reading “Steve Kerr’s Fight With MJ Prepared Him For His First Head Coaching Role”
Should the Warriors Draft James Wiseman Or Trade Back?
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