Juan Toscano-Anderson wore plenty of hats for the Warriors last season, from starting games to serving as a key role player off the bench. And after signing with the Los Angeles Lakers in free agency this offseason, he’s looking forward to carving out a new identity. During Lakers Media...
The Warriors are set to begin their quest to defend their 2022 championship. But after that, many questions loom about the team's long-term future. Draymond Green's contract situation is one of the team's biggest remaining mysteries. The Warriors veteran will make $25.8 million this season and has a $27.6 million player option for the 2023-24 NBA season.
It appears the relationship between the Golden State Warriors and K-Pop boy band sensations will continue to blossom this season. The No. 3 on the Warriors' roster typically belongs to Jordan Poole, but Suga, a member of the K-Pop band BTS, posted a photo of him holding up a custom Warriors jersey that received over a million likes. It also received a response from Stephen Curry.
An interesting report about Draymond's future desires.
Golden State of Mind
During the playoffs last season, the Dallas Mavericks drew $175,000 in fines due to the antics of their bench squad, specifically reserve guard Theo Pinson. Now, the NBA made a brand-new rule about “bench decorum” that punishes infractions more severely, and makes guys who are not playing sit down already.
The Golden State Warriors Kpop connection continues
Jordan Poole is entering the final year of his rookie contract before restricted free agency. Many expected him and the Golden State Warriors to come to terms on a new deal this summer, but thus far it hasn’t happened. This week during the team’s media day Poole was asked...
The Warriors and K-pop group BTS have two of the world's most passionate fanbases. And on Tuesday, their powers collided with a wholesome Twitter post by Golden State star Steph Curry acknowledging the Korean boy band's lead rapper, Suga. As the Warriors prepare for their preseason games against the Washington...
NBC Bay Area
Klay outlines how long Steph's greatness can last originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. Steph Curry has answered just about every question surrounding his basketball legacy. He's the greatest 3-point shooter in the history of the sport. He won another title without Kevin Durant. He was, by far, the best...
Steph and the Warriors have a new Kpop connection
SAN FRANCISCO -- Andre Iguodala had a message to make last Friday, to the delight of the entire Warriors organization. He's back for his eighth season as a Warrior, as well as his 19th and final campaign in the NBA. Along with the play Iguodala still can provide the Warriors,...
The Golden State Warriors, reigning champs of the NBA, may have just gotten a new fan with ample name recognition. On Tuesday, Suga, from international K-pop sensation BTS, posted a photo of himself holding a custom Warriors jersey on Instagram. The image was also shared on BTS' official Twitter account, where Warriors superstar Steph Curry and the team's official Twitter account quoted the tweet. 🏀🏆 pic.twitter.com/Tuit3OYK81— 방탄소년단 (@BTS_twt) September 27,...
Golden State of Mind
The Golden State Warriors are getting their first look at first-rounder Patrick Baldwin Junior this week, after his long recovery from a long-term ankle injury. He’s been working closely with assistant coach Ron Adams and looking very good on his catch-and-shoot jumpers. He’s not looking so good when it comes to push-ups.
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green enjoys playing with his current team. However, the four-time All-Star could become a free agent after the 2022-23 season. Green has a $27,586,224 player option with the team for the 2023-24 season. This option is part of the four-year, $99.6 million contract he signed with the Warriors in 2019.
The Warriors are on an 11-hour flight across the Pacific Ocean Tuesday afternoon, and they’ll arrive midday Wednesday in Japan. Any jetlag suffered is the price of expanding the reach of the game — and the Warriors’ brand — in Asia. They’ll have more than two days to rest up before they take the court against the Wizards, who are traveling from Washington D.C. Tuesday evening. They’ll play games at 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Sunday local time (3 a.m. Friday and 10 p.m. Saturday in the Pacific Time Zone).