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RUMOR: The botched Warriors trade that almost gave Stephen Curry a new Splash Brother

There was a lot of action during Thursday night’s 2021 NBA Draft and the Golden State Warriors were one of the teams that were most heavily invested in the evening’s proceedings. The Dubs ended up selecting Jonathan Kuminga with their No. 7 pick, followed by Moses Moody at No. 14. As it turns out, however, the Warriors nearly pulled the trigger on a draft day deal that could have given Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson a third Splash Brother.
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Stephen Curry, Warriors title hopes slapped with harsh reality from Joe Lacob

There were reports about a week ago that revealed desire among the Golden State Warriors big three of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green to leverage their draft assets into a ready-to-roll veteran. But the NBA draft has come and gone, and Golden State now has two additional projects on their roster that already includes one in James Wiseman.
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Golden State Warriors: NBA Draft sends blunt message to big three

There’s no beating around it, the Golden State Warriors‘ decision to draft Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody sent a blunt message to their big three of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. Essentially, the front office is saying if those three want to win another ring — they’ll have to do it with a young core.
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Draymond Green’s big role in Warriors’ Moses Moody draft

It looks like Golden State Warriors rookie Moses Moody will not have a hard time getting along with his new teammates, particularly with Draymond Green, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Moody, who was selected by the Warriors with the No. 14 overall pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, admitted he...
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Steph, Klay attended Moody's draft workout for Warriors

Moses Moody had two of the Warriors' top players in attendance for one of his pre-draft workouts, and they reportedly were "impressed" with the eventual No. 14 overall pick. "I talked to Steph [Curry] and Klay [Thompson], they were both at one of my workouts, so talked to them a little bit afterwards," Moody told reporters during his introductory press conference on Friday.
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Five free agents Warriors can target with taxpayer mid-level

The Warriors decided to go with the highest ceiling prospects available in the 2021 NBA Draft, selecting Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody in the first round Thursday night. For a team that has NBA championship aspirations, the two prospects are quite raw and will only be 19 years old during this upcoming 2021-22 NBA season. It will be hard to project any type of meaningful contribution from either player this year, so the Warriors will have to use the only resources at their disposal to add some veteran pieces that are ready to produce now for a title contender.
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Lacob: 'Very unlikely' Warriors trade for star

Following the NBA draft's conclusion, Golden State Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob says his team trading for a star player is likely off the table. "It's very unlikely, I've said that we’re not going to trade for anybody that people are expecting. Very unlikely," Lacob said in an interview with The Athletic's Anthony Slater.
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2021 NBA Draft grades: Warriors' picks earn polarizing reviews

The Warriors on Thursday night did not trade either of their lottery picks. They took Jonathan Kuminga at No. 7 overall and Moses Moody seven picks later at No. 14. What do various analysts think of Golden State's draft?. When asked which team deserves an "A" grade, ESPN's Bobby Marks...
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Draymond Green texted 'Kuminga,' 'Moody' to Bob Myers before Warriors made picks

We know from his on-court leadership and his appearances in the broadcast booth, albeit in a small sample size for the latter, that Draymond Green definitely knows his stuff. He's one of the headiest players in the game, even if he sometimes lets his emotions take over, and that high IQ and veteran experience has led to quite the impressive career. Entering his age-31 season, Green is a leading voice on the Warriors and likely has a say in several of the team's day-to-day activities.
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Why college coach confident Moody will fit in with Warriors

The Warriors are going to love Moses Moody, almost as much as he will love them. So says his coach at the University of Arkansas, Eric Musselman, who spent three seasons as a head coach in the NBA, including two with the Warriors (2002-04). “He’s going to fit in well...
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The Crossover Reacts to the Warriors Not Making Trades During Draft Week

The Warriors were expected to make moves on or around draft night but the blockbuster trade-to-be never happened. While Golden State drafted two first round picks Thursday night, it was what didn’t happen that made news for the Warriors. The Crossover’s Howard Beck, Rohan Nadkarni, and Ben Pickman share their thoughts on the Warriors inactivity this week.
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Pacific Notes: Warriors, Lacob, Moody, Larranaga

Prior to the draft, the Warriors’ top players were reportedly urging the front office to make a major deal by using assets such the No. 7 and 14 picks in the draft. Golden State ultimately didn’t make a deal, instead drafting Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody. Majority owner Joe Lacob...
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Golden State Warriors: Joe Lacob says a trade is “unlikely”

There you have it. For all the smoke screens and potential trades that have been discussed over the last few months — Joe Lacob has openly stated it’s very unlikely the Golden State Warriors make a blockbuster deal this summer. Don’t bet on the Golden State Warriors making any notable...
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Myers lays out the Warriors' priorities in free agency

For months now, the Warriors have been trying to balance making the right moves to win in the present while also investing in their future. It's a difficult line to walk, but an extremely important one. Steph Curry is still in his prime. Draymond Green put together one of his best defensive seasons in years. Klay Thompson will be returning after missing the last two seasons. And at the same time, Curry will be turning 34 next year, and Thompson and Green will both be 32.
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