Warriors waive Shaun Livingston

The Golden State Warriors waived guard Shaun Livingston Tuesday, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. As the Warriors try to reform and remain a force in the Western Conference in lieu of the departure of Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins and the injury to Klay Thompson, the team had to recently trade stalwart and jack of all trades Andre Iguodala and now Livingston is the latest fixture to be shown the door. Though Livingston is only 33, he did not resemble the player we have seen for Golde State over the…

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Hawks and Warriors swap big men

According to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the Atlanta Hawks and the Golden State Warriors have engaged in a swap of young big men. The Warriors will receive Omari Spellman, while Atlanta will get Damian Jones and a second round draft pick. Though Jones has appeared in only 49 through his first three seasons, he showed some promise last season before going down with a torn chest muscle. Spellman, was taken 30th overall in the 2018 NBA draft, played in just 46 games in his rookie campaign and…

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Klay Thompson and Golden State Warriors agree to 5 year, $190 million deal

According to the San Francisco Chronicle’s Connor Letourneau, Klay Thompson has agreed on a 5 year, $190 million with the Golden State Warriors. Thompson suffering a torn ACL in Game 6 of the NBA Finals and will likely be out for most, if not all of next season, did not deter the Warriors from offering Klay the max. Even before free agency officially opened, the franchise offered Thompson a max deal- a deal he accepted on the spot. This past season Thompson averaged 21.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists…

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Golden State acquires D’Angelo Rusell

Golden State has not been mentioned amongst the teams at the forefront of free agency but It seems that Golden State is not just going to stand pat and let this offseason pass them by. They decided to go out and acquire D’Angelo Russell. As just reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Warriors and Nets have agreed on a sign-and-trade for the first time All-Star guard. Russell signs a four year, $117 million dollar deal. Details of the moving parts involved are forth coming.

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Cash and Health, not hoops undoes Warriors run this year and likely for the future.

If losing your best player in Kevin Durant for the NBA Finals, and potentially permanently, then losing the Finals, the chance to repeat and having to watch the other ballclub celebrate in their house were not bad enough, the Golden State Warriors got another steel-toed kick in the junk Thursday night when it was revealed that Klay Thompson tore the ACL in his left knee.  Thompson blew out the knee when he landed awkwardly after a slam dunk in the fourth quarter of Game 6. He immediately went down in…

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Kevin Durant cleared to practice, could return for Game 5

With the Golden State Warriors staring at their season’s mortality down 3-1 in the NBA Finals, its expected that all stops would be pulled out to keep their season alive. Changes to lineups, minutes , or players returning ( perhaps early) from injury could happen just to get to the next game. This news definitely leans toward the latter. Kevin Durant has been cleared to return to practice on Sunday. Head coach Steve Kerr told media members today that Durant would be practicing with the team. He’s going to practice…

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Game 4 NBA Finals Recap

Toronto vs. Golden StateToronto leads Best-of-7 series 3 games to 1Next game: Monday, June 10, 9:00PM @TOR The Toronto Raptors have seized control of the NBA Finals and with their 105-92 Game 4 win are just one win away from the Larry O’Brien making its way to the 6. Kawhi Leonard came up big with 36 points, including 17 in the game’s final stanza. Top Performances Kawhi LeonardTOR @ GSW 36 12 2   5-9 3-pt Klay ThompsonGSW vs. TOR 28 3 2   6-10 3-pt Stephen CurryGSW vs. TOR 27 4 6    Serge IbakaTOR @…

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NBA Finals Game 4 Preview

The Toronto Raptors took a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals with their 123-109 victory in Game 3. They look to take a firm grip on the Finals with another win in Game 4 tonight. The Warriors are in a must-win situation. Klay Thompson returns to the Golden State lineup in Game 4 but it is unclear as to how effective he will be coming back from the strained hamstring suffered in Game 2. Today’s Game (all times EST)  Toronto Raptors  (58-24) Golden State Warriors  (57-25) 9:00p – ABC NBA Finals Snapshots Toronto vs.…

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Klay Thompson expected to play in Game 4

According to Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes, Golden State’s Klay Thompson will return to the Warrior lineup for Game 4 of the Finals. Thompson missed the team’s 123-109 Game 3 loss due to an strained hamstring suffered in the later stages of Game 2.  Thompson tried to talk his way into playing in Wednesday night’s game but the Warriors aired on the side of caution and held Klay out.  Head coach Steve Kerr had this to say about the decision to not play Klay:  The whole point was to not risk…

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