Warriors guard Jordan Poole made a trip up to Seattle, where he worked out with Paolo Banchero and Isaiah Thomas and also met WNBA legend Sue Bird at a Storm game.
There have been rumors that the Golden State Warriors have had discussions on bring Kevin Durant back to the Bay Area. Even though Warriors GM Bob Myers said "I like our team", the rumors still persist. The Nets don't seem motivated to take on Andrew Wiggins or Jordan Poole in...
The persistent rumors linking Kevin Durant to the Golden State Warriors will not go away, but any trade effort appears to have run into a big roadblock. In a new episode of “The Lowe Post” podcast (h/t Real GM), ESPN’s Zach Lowe reported that the Brooklyn Nets do not appear to have significant interest in taking on key pieces like Jordan Poole or Andrew Wiggins in a Durant deal. The only other assets the Warriors could offer at that point are younger, unproven players that would not be of much interest to Brooklyn.
NBA Rumors: Warriors Are Reluctant To Give Up Jordan Poole, Jonathan Kuminga, Moses Moody, And James Wiseman In Potential Kevin Durant Trade
The market for Kevin Durant has been narrowed down to a few teams, and the Golden State Warriors are one of them. While Curry did imply that they may not need him, there was a report on Monday from Brian Windhorst that he has not shut down the possibility of acquiring Durant either.
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Report: Warriors reluctant to trade Poole, youngsters for KD originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea. The basketball world is on the edge of its seat waiting for one of the biggest transactions in NBA history to potentially go down after superstar Kevin Durant requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets.
Ja Morant Opens Up On Deleted "Broke The Code" Tweet About Jordan Poole: "I Was Frustrated About How I Got Hurt... I Ain't Tripping On That No More."
The Memphis Grizzlies had a heated series against the Golden State Warriors during the second round of the 2022 playoffs. The series featured a lot of physicality from both sides, and we saw key players end up getting injured. Ja Morant got injured in Game 3 of that series after...
The Golden State Warriors have the likes of Gary Payton II and Otto Porter Jr. to free agency this summer. While Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole aren't scheduled to hit the market until 2023, the Dubs apparently aren't thinking about any long-term deals with either of the two players yet.
Warriors owner Joe Lacob says the team is in “no rush” to sign Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole to contract extensions. Both are headed for free agency next summer.
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Will James Wiseman, Jordan Poole or Andrew Wiggins be traded? Kevin Durant to the Warriors rumors opens the door
Cue up "Reunited" by Peaches & Herb because Kevin Durant could be heading back to the Golden State Warriors. According to Marc Spears of Andscape, the Warriors could hypothetically put together a trade package of Jordan Poole, Jonathan Kuminga, Andrew Wiggins and James Wiseman in exchange for Kevin Durant. Spears notes that this package could potentially be the best one available for the Brooklyn Nets as it gives them young, up-and-coming players plus an All-Star in Wiggins.
Kevin Durant’s quest to find a new home as he waits for a trade from the Brooklyn Nets could take him to a place he knows very well. Appearing on ESPN Radio, Marc J. Spears of Andscape called the Golden State Warriors a team to “keep an eye on” for Durant. Spears later took to Twitter to give more context to his report. Spears noted the Warriors “could” potentially offer the best package for both sides, with a deal involving Jordan Poole, Andrew Wiggins, Jonathan Kuminga and James Wiseman.
Klay Thompson has some very high praise for Jordan Poole
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The Golden State Warriors are living a great moment. After all, they’ve won the fourth NBA championship in eight years, a pretty enviable mark. Now, it’s up to Joe Lacob (majority owner) and Bob Myers (general management) to keep good things coming. It’ll mean a challenging offseason for both, as they need to reassemble the most vital players in the team. Among them, of course, there’s Jordan Poole.
Just last week, Blake Wesley was drafted No. 25 overall in the NBA draft by the San Antonio Spurs. A strong downhill guard who can get to the rim, his game has a lot of Donovan Mitchell to it with his explosive first step. Listed at 6-foot-5, his near 7-foot...