Last night, the Golden State Warriors finally put an end to the speculation and traded away the face of the franchise to the Milwaukee Bucks. Included in the package were the up and coming Ekpe Udoh and Kwame Brown. In return, the Warriors acquired Stephen Jackson and Andrew Bogut.

On the same night that the swap was made, the Golden State Warriors had to take on the Sacramento Kings on the road with Klay Thompson taking over the starting shooting guard spot. Although Thompson had a tough shooting night, his teammates sure didn’t. Enjoy your Warriors fix:

  • Jonathan Santiago and James Ham of Cowbell Kingdom break down last night’s matchup between the Dubs and Kings.
  • In the latest 5-on-5 piece over at ESPN.COM, they look at who won the trade between Milwaukee and Golden State and what its ramifications could potentially be on the future of the franchise.
  • John Hollinger takes a look at the trade and goes on to explain what it means in the present for both teams as well as going forward (Insider).
  • A quick summary of the Warriors-Kings contest from last night over at ESPN’s Daily Dime.


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