Podziemski can't shoot, still nearly gets the third triple-double in Summer League history
Figures...Just when we pick up CPAUL, the NBA delivers a flopping rule....lol Harden is about to lose half of his game, also...
I wonder if Jay Huff will take a 2 way contract. If not Kaminsky looks like the only big man option left on the FA market that would make sense for us. Winslow and JTA would be good options too as far as wings goes. After that I'd rather take a chance on an undrafted guy TBH.
Leonard miller 20 points 2-4 from 3 smh I think he's gonna haunt a lot of teams, could end up being a smoother siakam
In the interest of Chris Paul acceptance should we cook up a list of opponents that we would love to see him deliver his legendary coup de grace to in the Blue and Gold and rank them?
[Wojnarowski] Detroit Pistons F/C Isaiah Stewart has agreed on a four-year, $64 million rookie contract extension, his agent Drew Gross of @RocNationSports tells ESPN. Stewart gets the first non-maximum extension for the 2020 draft class.
[Michael Scotto] Sources: The Milwaukee Bucks signed Khris Middleton to a three-year, $102 million deal, which includes a player option for the 2025-26 season, $93 million fully guaranteed and another $9 million in bonus incentives, @hoopshype has learned.
D'Angelo Russell's new two-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers is guaranteed for $36M, a league source told @spotrac. The second season is a player option. Russell has $700K in incentives in each season of the deal. In addition, Russell waived his implied no-trade clause.
I'm fine with Chris Paul the player. I do believe there are situations and lineups where he can definitely help. However, not thrilled with the small-ball lineups with Chris and Steph. I can see how they may be effective offensively, but will that outweigh the back court being exposed on the other end. What I see is more of a trade off and less of a distinct advantage. Additionally, not fond of the shared minutes with Chris and Draymond. I keep trying to imagine Draymond without the ball. Kind of like imagining Draymond without a microphone and opinion. Hard to see. As before, high IQ, they will create advantages out of nothingness. But will it hum? Will it present a distinct advantage on both sides of the ball? Curry 34, Draymond 32 & Paul 30 minutes average per game ballpark guess. There is a lot of overlap and we better get used to Paul being in the closing lineup more often than not. Not to be a nay-sayer, but this isn't the Warrior's formula. I get the feeling Kerr's rotations this year may end up being more about managing personalities and resumes than managing positional advantages. I don't envy his job this year.
Here’s Mike Dunleavy on the Warriors’ center spot. He said they may add size in either last spot or two-way, but Dario Saric filled frontcourt need.
“We gotta be careful with the way we play just bringing in somebody who is tall. You gotta be skilled. You gotta have feel.”
Nick U’ren has been hired away from the warriors front office to be the GM for the Phoenix Mercury by Matt Ishbia.
Nick was who suggested starting Andre Iguodala in the 2015 finals:
Why JJ Has Talked Himself Into Chris Paul On The Warriors | JJ Redick: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXD__ES-lsY
Asher, the Giants drafted another two-way player, so between Eldridge and Crawford, maybe your thesis will be tested locally...
I'm signing up my kids for a 3-day basketball camp. So excited!
[Bontemps] Victor Wenbanyama is officially done for the rest of Summer League, sources confirmed to ESPN, after he bounced back from a rough opening game Friday against Charlotte with a stellar 27-point, 12-rebound performance Sunday against Portland. @mikefinger was first with the news.