Jordan Poole


Jordan Poole: How young guard made himself a key part of Warriors’ future

In the 36 games after he was recalled from the G League, Poole averaged 14.7 points on 43.3% shooting (35.4% from 3-point range). His bench scoring helped the Warriors withstand the non-Stephen Curry minutes and close the regular season on a 15-5 stretch. In the play-in elimination game against Memphis, Poole hardly looked overwhelmed by the moment, chipping in 19 points on 6-for-11 shooting (3-for-5 from 3-point range).
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Jordan Poole got better in every way

This article probably isn’t going to tell you anything that you didn’t already know from watching Golden State Warriors games this year. Let’s get that out of the way before we move on. I’m not breaking any news, and I’m not dropping some controversial opinion like “James Wiseman should be starting next year” or “Steph Curry is bad, actually.”
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Golden State Warriors News & Rumors: Can Jordan Poole Be The Warriors’ Sixth Man Next Year?

The Golden State Warriors have a big offseason coming up with a lot of roster decisions to make. One player who will be on the roster and ready to contribute after having a very impressive season is Jordan Poole. The 2019 first round pick emerged as a legitimate bench scorer for the Warriors. Can he be the team’s sixth man next year when Klay Thompson comes back? Coach Steve Kerr thinks so. Chat Sports host Chase Senior takes a look at the possibility on Warriors Today.

Warriors’ Jordan Poole receives one second place vote for NBA’s Most Improved Player award

On Tuesday, the NBA began to announce the first set of awards for the 2020-21 season with the voting results for the league's Most Improved Player award. With 98 first-place votes, New York Knicks forward Julius Randle earned the Most Improved Player award for the 2020-21 season. While leading the Knicks to the playoffs, Randle averaged a career-best 24.1 points on 45.6% shooting from the field with 10.2 rebounds and six assists per contest.
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Jordan Poole goes off for career-high 38 points in Warriors' win

Jordan Poole has had an up-and-down second season in the NBA, as the former first-round draft pick out of Michigan spent a month in the G-League after early season struggles. But it appears that Poole is closing the season on an up — the highest of his career. The the Golden State Warriors' Friday night game against the New Orleans Pelicans, Poole scored a career-high 38 points, making 12 of 22 shots, four of nine 3-pointers and 10 of 11 free throws in the win. He added four rebounds and six assists. Had he not tweaked his ankle, Poole would have likely joined Tim Hardaway Jr. and Caris LeVert as former Wolverines to pass the 40-point mark this season.
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Michigan Basketball: Jordan Poole goes off for career high with Warriors

Former Michigan basketball player Jordan Poole continued his hot streak with the Warriors, scoring a career-high 38 points Friday night. The Golden State Warriors wrapped up their playoff berth recently, at least a berth in the play-in bracket. Former Michigan basketball standout Jordan Poole has been a big part of this run, scoring 20 points in consecutive games leading up to Friday.

Jordan Poole rains in 38 points as the Warriors beat the Pelicans

Poole was the driving force for Golden State on Friday as they squeaked by New Orleans. Poole led his team with 38 points and shot 54.5 percent from the field. Additionally, he connected on four triples and earned 11 trips to the line. He recorded 55 fantasy points on the night (DraftKings) which marked his highest output over the past ten games.
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Jordan Poole nets a career-high as Warriors win meaningless game

Friday’s game between the Golden State Warriors and New Orleans Pelicans was meaningless. The Pelicans were already eliminated, and, regardless of the outcome, the Warriors season and play-in standing will come down to Sunday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies. And so the Dubs rested Steph Curry, Draymond Green, and Andrew...
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Jordan Poole gets 38 points as Warriors beat Pelicans for 5th straight win

As Warriors guard Jordan Poole sauntered back onto the court midway through the third quarter Friday night, hundreds of fans stood to applaud. Minutes earlier, Poole had headed to the locker room with a tweaked left ankle. Now, even in a game that wouldn’t matter for the playoff picture, he was intent on filling the void of the injured Stephen Curry. With Poole leading the way with a career-high 38 points, the Warriors held off the Pelicans for a 125-122 win at Chase Center.