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Hardaway talks chances of Warriors signing son in free agency

Tim Hardaway Jr. just completed a four-year, $71 million contract and will become a free agent this summer. The 29-year-old averaged 16.6 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists over 70 games with the Dallas Mavericks this season, while shooting 44.7 percent overall and 39.1 percent from deep (on 7.6 attempts).
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NBA Trade Ideas to Create the Next Superteams

The ingredients to building an NBA superteam are simple. A roster must already contain at least one star player along with draft picks, young talent and/or cap space to use as assets to add more. A superteam can't just have two stars, of course. We're being greedy here, but unless...
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Does Kevin Durant own the crown for best player in the world?

It’s been a hot minute since the media went crazy over Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant. For much of the 2020-21 NBA regular season and the earlier part of the playoffs, fans and analysts have talked about LeBron James or Luka Doncic. But lo and behold, the media favorites are nowhere near the title chase. After Durant’s 49-point explosion against the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday, fans and analysts declared him the best player in the world right now.
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2 NBA Stars Reportedly Committed To Team USA

With this summer’s Tokyo Olympics quickly approaching, the Team USA roster is finally starting to fill out. According to NBA insiders Shams Charania and Joe Vardon, Portland Trail Blazers superstar point guard Damian Lillard and Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green have committed to represent their country in the 2021 Summer Olympic Games.
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Stephen Curry declared point guard GOAT by former MVP candidate

There’s no debating that NBA debates won’t end. A recent remark by a former MVP candidate might raise some eyebrows after he declared Stephen Curry as the best point guard in NBA history. He chose Curry over Magic Johnson, who’s widely recognized as the GOAT PG. The Golden State Warriors...

Giannis, Jokic, Steph make All-NBA 1st team, LeBron gets 2nd team

The NBA unveiled its All-NBA selections Tuesday for the 2021-22 season. Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo was the lone unanimous selection. MVP Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets collected all but one first-team vote, while Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received 98 of a possible 100 first-team votes.
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NBA superlatives for 2020-21 season

The 2021 NBA Awards don't truly tell you who were the best players each year, so we picked some new superlatives for players who won't have a shot at hardware this season. From legitimate starters to role players, here are some of the studs who stood out this season. Catching...
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Chris Paul’s NBA contracts

Since entering the NBA back in 2005 as the fifth overall pick, Chris Paul has made $299,909,419 through NBA contracts alone, per Spotrac. The first contract Paul signed in the NBA was his rookie deal with the New Orleans Hornets. It was a two-year, $6.52 million contract. Paul averaged 16.1 points and 7.8 assists during his rookie season. He won Rookie of the Year and made $3,144,240.
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Kevin Durant's 49-point explosion leads Nets to 3-2 series edge

EditorsNote: Adds missing word in 2nd graf, edits to Game 6 in 4th graf, other minor edits. Kevin Durant totaled 49 points, 17 rebounds and 10 assists as the Brooklyn Nets stormed back and beat the Milwaukee Bucks 114-108 Tuesday night in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals in New York.
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Holey Moley! Steph Curry wants to turn mini golf into a pro league?

Apparently, when you don’t make the NBA playoffs, you’ve got a lot more time on your hands. Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry, for example, is about to kick off the third season of “Holey Moley,” the zany televised mini-golf competition that he executive produces and appears in. To tout...
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(WATCH) 5 Under The Radar Players The Golden State Warriors Can Trade For Ft. Brandon Ingram

The 2021 NBA offseason is almost here and Golden State Warriors trade rumors are already on fire. The Warriors are looking to get back to competing for championships and could get there by trading for a player like Brandon Ingram, Jonas Valanciunas, Myles Turner, Malcolm Brogdon or T.J. Warren. What would the Warriors have to give up to make a trade for one of these players work? Chat Sports host Chase Senior lists 5 under the radar players the Warriors can trade for in this episode of Golden State Warriors Today!
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Steph Curry makes All-NBA first team

You all knew this news was coming, but let’s celebrate it anyway. Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry has been named to the All-NBA first team. It’s Curry’s fourth selection to the first team, and his seventh overall selection to the All-NBA team. Curry was voted to the first team...