Golden State keeping an eye on the Karl-Anthony Towns situation in Minnesota

According to The Athletic’s Ethan Strauss, at the D-League showcase, several NBA execs indicated Karl-Anthony Towns is “unhappy” with the current state of the 11-20, 13th in the Western Conference Minnesota Timberwolves. Strauss also reports the Timberwolves would be interested in acquiring Russell to pair with Towns via trade ( the two are close friends and there were rumblings of Russell going to Minnesota this past offseason). The Warriors, apparently, have envisioned a different trade scenario with the Wolves. Unhappy as Towns may or may not be in Minnesota, the…

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Eric Paschall to miss Jazz game

Golden State Warriors forward Eric Paschall will miss the team’s Friday game against the Utah Jazz with left hip soreness, per Kerith Burke. The 2019 41st overall pick has been a pleasant surprise for the Warriors this season, averaging 16.1 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game.

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Eric Pascall out for Thunder game

Golden State Warriors forward Eric Pascall will miss the team’s Saturday night game against the Oklahoma City Thunder with a hip contusion. The 41st overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft has been a pleasant surprise, averaging 16.4 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.6 per game, including a 36-point outburst in the Warriors’ 127-118 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.

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Stephen Curry breaks bone in left hand

The hits just keep on coming for the former champion Golden State Warriors. Injuries and departures have completely reformed the previous kings of the NBA. Adding D’Angelo Russell could help somewhat, but they have looked , more oft than not, far from a team that will be playing past the last day of the regular season, much less in May and June. The team got a vibranium toed kick in the junk at with 8:31 to go in the third quarter when Stephen Curry collided with Suns center Aaron Baynes…

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Nets expected to ‘front of the line’ if Warriors’ McKinnie clears waivers

From SB Nation: By Net Income on October 19, 2019 12:29 pm Free agency 2019 will never end. The Nets now appear to be interested in Alfonzo McKinnie, the 6’8” small forward the Warriors are expected to be waived officially on Saturday. In a summary of possible NBA last minute moves, Bobby Marks writes… Expect Brooklyn to be at the front of the line if former Warrior Alfonzo McKinnie clears waivers. The Nets have an open two-way spot available and can sign the forward as a replacement for the suspended Wilson Chandler(missing the first 25 games). If McKinnie is signed…

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Warriors waive Alfonso McKinnie, Marquese Chriss expected to make final roster

According to The Athletic and Stadium’s Shams Charania, the Golden State Warriors have waived forward Alphonso McKinnie and will retain Marquese Chriss with that created opening. Chriss, who was taken eighth overall in the 2016 NBA draft by the Phoenix Suns , averaged 8.5 points and 4.8 rebounds in his two years with the club. Last August he, along with Brandon Knight was traded to the Houston Rockets for Ryan Anthony and De’Anthony Melton. After just sixteen appearances for the Rockets, he was then shipped to Houston right at February’s…

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Warriors to sign Marquese Chriss

Marquese Chriss has reached an agreement with the Golden State Warriors. According to Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes, the 8th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, has agreed on a one year deal. After being traded from the Houston Rockets to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chriss’ scoring tripled ( from 1.8 ppg to 5.7 ppg ) and his rebounds and minutes increased ( 1.8 rpg to 4.2 rpg and 6.5 mpg to 14.6 mpg).

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Golden State unveils six new gamers for next season

The Golden State Warriors gave fans several new reasons to give them even more money. The team unveiled several new unis that will see time on the court as they break the seal on their brand-spanking new arena this season. Check this video out the team released on Tuesday:

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Draymond Green signs max deal with Warriors

Well it looks like the Warriors did not want Draymond Green’s looming free agency to be yet another distracting storyline as they attempt to shift into the next phase of continuing their dynasty post KD. According to Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN the Warriors signed their defensive captain and leader to a four-year $100 million maximum contract. With the signing of Green, the Warriors have the services of three stalwarts – Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson – secured through at least 2022.

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