Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 117.7 2nd
Rebounds Per Game 46.2 11th
Assists Per Game 29.4 1st
Points Allowed 111.2 15th
2019-20 Pacific Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Golden State 57 25 .695 L1
LA Clippers 48 34 .585 W1
Sacramento 39 43 .476 L3
LA Lakers 37 45 .451 L1
Phoenix 19 63 .232 L2

GoldenStateWarriors News

  • @warriors • 2h

    San Jose Mercury News: KNBR, Tom Tolbert agree to multiyear deal

    Tom Tolbert apparently isn't going anywhere for a while.

    The popular radio sports-talk host and former Warriors has signed a multiyear contract extension with KNBR. The Athletic, citing a station source, reports that the new deal will keep Tolbert under contract for four more years from the date it was originally set to expire, in the middle of 2020.

    The move brings some stability to the KNBR roster, which in recent months saw the departures of longtime fixtures Gary Radnich and Bob Fitzgerald., along with the addition of Greg Papa It also serves to tamp down the rumors that Tolbert might be unhappy with his new role in a three-person format the station recently adopted for its afternoon programming.

    Tom Tolbert apparently isn't going anywhere for a while.

    The popular radio sports-talk host and former Warriors has signed a multiyear contract extension with KNBR. The Athletic, citing a station source, reports that the new deal will keep Tolbert under contract for four more years from the date it was originally set to expire, in the middle of 2020.

    The move brings some stability to the KNBR roster, which in recent months saw the departures of longtime fixtures Gary Radnich and Bob Fitzgerald., along with the addition of Greg Papa It also serves to tamp down the rumors that Tolbert might be unhappy with his new role in a three-person format the station recently adopted for its afternoon programming.

  • @warriors • 4h

    SFGate.com: Rookie Jordan Bell exceeding expectations with Warriors

    On Halloween morning, between practice and first period, the Long Beach Poly High School varsity boys basketball team received a visit from the Warriors' new fan favorite.

    It was only four years ago that Jordan Bell was one of them, a gangly senior with braces whose raw fundamentals made it tough for anyone -- his coaches, his girlfriend, his mother -- to take his NBA dream seriously. When Bell told those teenagers not to be limited by others' expectations, they furrowed their eyebrows and straightened their backs.

    "You can look at kids and tell if they're listening to you and understanding," Bell said after a recent Golden State practice.

    On Halloween morning, between practice and first period, the Long Beach Poly High School varsity boys basketball team received a visit from the Warriors' new fan favorite.

    It was only four years ago that Jordan Bell was one of them, a gangly senior with braces whose raw fundamentals made it tough for anyone -- his coaches, his girlfriend, his mother -- to take his NBA dream seriously. When Bell told those teenagers not to be limited by others' expectations, they furrowed their eyebrows and straightened their backs.

    "You can look at kids and tell if they're listening to you and understanding," Bell said after a recent Golden State practice.

  • @warriors • 9h

    Fansided: Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green: "No one's gonna wanna play us"

    While many are doubting the Golden State Warriors potential this season, the inner core knows that not much has changed. The team has kept together the core at which their dynasty was formed. They even added a 23-year-old All-Star.

    One of the only problems for the team will be their depth. They have a former two-time MVP in Stephen Curry, a five-time All-Star in Klay Thompson and arguably the league's best defender in Draymond Green. They still have that dynamic firepower.

    They're all a bit older now than when they took the court to take down the Cavaliers in 2015.

    While many are doubting the Golden State Warriors potential this season, the inner core knows that not much has changed. The team has kept together the core at which their dynasty was formed. They even added a 23-year-old All-Star.

    One of the only problems for the team will be their depth. They have a former two-time MVP in Stephen Curry, a five-time All-Star in Klay Thompson and arguably the league's best defender in Draymond Green. They still have that dynamic firepower.

    They're all a bit older now than when they took the court to take down the Cavaliers in 2015.

  • @warriors • 13h

    Golden State Of Mind: NBA reportedly reveals salary cap projections for upcoming seasons

    According to a report from Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the NBA has released future salary cap information to the league's 30 teams.

    The league informed the teams that the cap is projected to be $116 million for 2020-21, and rise to $125 million in 2021-22. That would put the tax level at $141 and $151 million, respectively.

    The NBA has informed teams of currently projected salary cap and tax level in 2020-21 ($116M/$141M) and 2021-22 ($125M/$151M), sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. It is $1M lower for '20-21 and unchanged for '21-22 based on previous projections.

    According to a report from Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the NBA has released future salary cap information to the league's 30 teams.

    The league informed the teams that the cap is projected to be $116 million for 2020-21, and rise to $125 million in 2021-22. That would put the tax level at $141 and $151 million, respectively.

    The NBA has informed teams of currently projected salary cap and tax level in 2020-21 ($116M/$141M) and 2021-22 ($125M/$151M), sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. It is $1M lower for '20-21 and unchanged for '21-22 based on previous projections.

  • @warriors • 16h

    CSN Bay Area: Warriors' Steph Curry ranked best shooter of decade; Klay Thompson No. 4

    Steph Curry is arguably the greatest shooter in the history of basketball. I only say "arguably" because -- well, you know -- contrarians.

    What is not arguable, however, is that Curry is the greatest shooter of this decade. But just in case you don't believe what your eyes have seen over the last nine-plus years, ESPN's Kirk Goldsberry most recent article should set you straight.

    In an assessment of the best shooters of the 2010s, Goldsberry's data revealed Curry to be far superior to everyone else.

    "In a decade that we'll remember for its 3-point awakening, Curry was the alarm clock," Goldsberry begins.

    Steph Curry is arguably the greatest shooter in the history of basketball. I only say "arguably" because -- well, you know -- contrarians.

    What is not arguable, however, is that Curry is the greatest shooter of this decade. But just in case you don't believe what your eyes have seen over the last nine-plus years, ESPN's Kirk Goldsberry most recent article should set you straight.

    In an assessment of the best shooters of the 2010s, Goldsberry's data revealed Curry to be far superior to everyone else.

    "In a decade that we'll remember for its 3-point awakening, Curry was the alarm clock," Goldsberry begins.

  • @warriors • 22h

    SFGate.com: Incisor trading: Draymond Green scores investment win, aims to be a billionaire

    Draymond Green's 100-watt smile is shining even brighter these days.

    Last month, the Warriors power forward and three-time All-Star signed a four-year, $100 million max extension with the team.

    Last Thursday, SmileDirectClub, an at-home orthodontics company Green invested in after using its teeth-straightening product, went public.

    SmileDirectClub priced its IPO at $23 per share for a $9 billion valuation. According to Forbes, Green bought into the company four years ago when it was valued at $150 million, so he stands to makes 40 times what he invested. That's the kind of return investors dream about.

    Draymond Green's 100-watt smile is shining even brighter these days.

    Last month, the Warriors power forward and three-time All-Star signed a four-year, $100 million max extension with the team.

    Last Thursday, SmileDirectClub, an at-home orthodontics company Green invested in after using its teeth-straightening product, went public.

    SmileDirectClub priced its IPO at $23 per share for a $9 billion valuation. According to Forbes, Green bought into the company four years ago when it was valued at $150 million, so he stands to makes 40 times what he invested. That's the kind of return investors dream about.

  • @warriors • 1d

    San Jose Mercury News: Forever Warriors (Free Agency Recap, Part 4 of Many)

    This is part 4 of Fast Break's free agency recap series. Last time around, we covered the total reshaping of the Warriors' big man rotation with the arrivals of Willie Cauley-Stein and Omari Spellman (and the departure of Damian Jones). In this edition, we'll talk about somewhat more expected moves - the resigning of both Klay Thompson and Draymond Green to (very different) "maximum" contracts. As always, we'll grade these moves independently across our usual axes.

    The move: The Warriors sign guard Klay Thompson to a five-year, $190 million maximum contract.

    The grade: A (A for effort, A for results, A for value)

    Analysis: Nothing to analyze.

    This is part 4 of Fast Break's free agency recap series. Last time around, we covered the total reshaping of the Warriors' big man rotation with the arrivals of Willie Cauley-Stein and Omari Spellman (and the departure of Damian Jones). In this edition, we'll talk about somewhat more expected moves - the resigning of both Klay Thompson and Draymond Green to (very different) "maximum" contracts. As always, we'll grade these moves independently across our usual axes.

    The move: The Warriors sign guard Klay Thompson to a five-year, $190 million maximum contract.

    The grade: A (A for effort, A for results, A for value)

    Analysis: Nothing to analyze.

  • @warriors • 1d

    Fansided: Golden State Warriors: Draymond Green doesn't expect to play into 40's

    Many players don't end up playing well into their 30s, and for those Golden State Warriors fans that love forward Draymond Green, they may be a bit disappointed to hear that their superstar forward isn't planning to play in the NBA forever.

    Currently, Green is coming off his worst professional season since ascending into stardom. However, that didn't stop the Warriors from locking him up this offseason. As superstar teammate Klay Thompson was given a new max contract, Draymond Green also earned one from owner Joe Lacob.

    Green, a former Defensive Player of the Year and 3x All-Star, was given a four-year extension, keeping in the Bay Area for the next five seasons unless catastrophic changes happen.

    Many players don't end up playing well into their 30s, and for those Golden State Warriors fans that love forward Draymond Green, they may be a bit disappointed to hear that their superstar forward isn't planning to play in the NBA forever.

    Currently, Green is coming off his worst professional season since ascending into stardom. However, that didn't stop the Warriors from locking him up this offseason. As superstar teammate Klay Thompson was given a new max contract, Draymond Green also earned one from owner Joe Lacob.

    Green, a former Defensive Player of the Year and 3x All-Star, was given a four-year extension, keeping in the Bay Area for the next five seasons unless catastrophic changes happen.

  • @warriors • 1d

    CSN Bay Area: Warriors' Draymond Green reveals desire to retire from NBA in 10 years

    For Warriors star Draymond Green, this offseason has been all about the Benjamins.

    First, Green agreed to a four-year, $100 million contract extension with Golden State, keeping the three-time All-Star from potentially entering free agency in 2020.

    Then last week, one of Green's first investments -- Smile Direct Club -- went public on the stock market and went from a $150 million valuation to a $9 billion valuation. Draymond told Forbes that his investment is now worth 40 times what it was initially.

    Green was recently asked about his future plans after basketball, and the 29-year-old has no desire to slow down his money-making moves.

    For Warriors star Draymond Green, this offseason has been all about the Benjamins.

    First, Green agreed to a four-year, $100 million contract extension with Golden State, keeping the three-time All-Star from potentially entering free agency in 2020.

    Then last week, one of Green's first investments -- Smile Direct Club -- went public on the stock market and went from a $150 million valuation to a $9 billion valuation. Draymond told Forbes that his investment is now worth 40 times what it was initially.

    Green was recently asked about his future plans after basketball, and the 29-year-old has no desire to slow down his money-making moves.

  • @warriors • 2d

    Fansided: The Golden State Warriors should hire Shaun Livingston as a consultant

    As Shaun Livingston announces his retirement from the NBA, it serves as another reminder of the end of an era of this Golden State Warriors dynasty. Aside from his years spent in the Bay, Livington's career and the path he took, enduring the obstacles that came his way, is inspiring.

    After suffering a gruesome injury that questioned whether he'd be able to ever play again, Livingston recovered and bounced from team to team, all the while remaining a great teammate along the way.

    Over time, he rebuilt his career, serving as a vital role player that eventually landed him with the Warriors.

    As Shaun Livingston announces his retirement from the NBA, it serves as another reminder of the end of an era of this Golden State Warriors dynasty. Aside from his years spent in the Bay, Livington's career and the path he took, enduring the obstacles that came his way, is inspiring.

    After suffering a gruesome injury that questioned whether he'd be able to ever play again, Livingston recovered and bounced from team to team, all the while remaining a great teammate along the way.

    Over time, he rebuilt his career, serving as a vital role player that eventually landed him with the Warriors.

  • @warriors • 2d

    Fansided: Golden State Warriors: Kevin Durant was never needed

    Coming off an insanely disappointing ending to the 2015-16 NBA season, the Golden State Warriors struck gold by signing Kevin Durant. The Warriors pulled off the greatest free agency signing in league history, adding a former MVP in the middle of his prime to a team that was already title favorites.

    With Durant, the Dubs witnessed much success. In their first season together, the unit went 16-1 through the playoffs as they captured the 2017 NBA championship. Next year, they faced a bit more adversity but finished the postseason strong with a sweep in the NBA Finals to bring home back-to-back titles.

    Coming off an insanely disappointing ending to the 2015-16 NBA season, the Golden State Warriors struck gold by signing Kevin Durant. The Warriors pulled off the greatest free agency signing in league history, adding a former MVP in the middle of his prime to a team that was already title favorites.

    With Durant, the Dubs witnessed much success. In their first season together, the unit went 16-1 through the playoffs as they captured the 2017 NBA championship. Next year, they faced a bit more adversity but finished the postseason strong with a sweep in the NBA Finals to bring home back-to-back titles.

  • @warriors • 2d

    Fansided: Golden State Warriors: Breaking down Shaun Livingston's best moments

    Many of us have been reminiscing about Shaun Livingston's best plays of his career with the Golden State Warriors.

    The veteran point guard spent the better part of five seasons with the Warriors helping the team win three NBA championships serving as a reliable bench contributor and veteran team leader.

    And with his recent retirement, it could be fun to look back at some of his career highlights to get a better feel for what made him so special and valuable to the Golden State Warriors organization.

    Luckily, the Warriors YouTube channel recently posted a video titled 'Shaun Livingston's Top Plays.

    Many of us have been reminiscing about Shaun Livingston's best plays of his career with the Golden State Warriors.

    The veteran point guard spent the better part of five seasons with the Warriors helping the team win three NBA championships serving as a reliable bench contributor and veteran team leader.

    And with his recent retirement, it could be fun to look back at some of his career highlights to get a better feel for what made him so special and valuable to the Golden State Warriors organization.

    Luckily, the Warriors YouTube channel recently posted a video titled 'Shaun Livingston's Top Plays.

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