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Jordan Ramirez

Jordan Ramirez is a 23 year-old Bay Area resident with a love for basketball and an obsession for everything worth obsessing over. Growing up and residing in San Jose, the Warriors have brought both tears of joy and sadness to his life (mostly the latter). When he's not sharing his thoughts on music, movies, pop culture and Kanye West you can find him writing for WarriorsWorld and hosting the WarriorsWorld podcast. Follow him on Twitter (@JRAM_91), IG: (JRAM_91) and e-mail him at (jordan@warriorsworld.net).

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Summer League Q&A: Kevon Looney

It’s not often talents like Kevon Looney fall into the laps of the defending champions. The Golden State Warriors are still celebrating their first championship since 1975, which saw them finish with the third-best record in league history (83-20). Everything went right for a franchise where wrong was customary. It was a dream season for the former bottom dwellers, but the Warriors don’t want this run to en ...

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Summer League Q&A: Seth Curry

What’s in a name? The family name has become synonymous with faith, perseverance and most importantly, winning. A rarity in most forms, world-class athletics has become the standard for the Curry family. Whether it’s Dell with his 16 NBA seasons, Sonya and Sydel with their success in volleyball, Seth with play at Duke University, Stephen with a Most Valuable Player and NBA championship or Riley showing up h ...

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Summer League Q&A: James Michael McAdoo

  Promise doesn’t always come with opportunity. For James Michael McAdoo, such promise has always been there, but the opportunity to contribute on the NBA level has yet to seriously show itself. The former Tar Heel went undrafted last season despite three impressive years in college. After playing for Golden State’s Summer League team, he was signed to the Warriors’ Developmental League affiliate in Sa ...

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Summer League Becoming A Valuable Tradition

It’s tough to understand Summer League if you’ve never been. The Warriors are still brushing off the confetti from their parade in Oakland, and yet they’re already back preparing for next season and playing games. The summer came up quick for Golden State, as the organization hadn’t played a season that deep into June since 1975. These exhibition games during the summer months might not mean much on the gra ...

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A Tale of Two Citiez: Sacramento Trounces Golden State

  The Sacramento Kings have had quite the offseason. Their star player may or may not want out, their head coach wants to trade said star, the owner may or may not want to fire the head coach he just hired and to top it off, they’ve whiffed on multiple free agent targets and to top it off, they signed Rajon Rondo. This is the type of offseason that Warriors fans are normally accustomed to: chaos on mul ...

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2014-15 Warriors Summer League: Not the Ordinary Summer

Are you still watching the closing moments of Game 6 of the NBA Finals? Is the confetti from the parade still perusing the floor in your bedroom? Have you not washed your playoff shirt yet? If you haven’t heard, or are a Los Angeles Lakers fan still in denial, the Golden State Warriors won the NBA championship. It’s been nearly a month since the final buzzer sounded in Cleveland, and for most, the moment is ...

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Warriors Trade David Lee & Free Agency Frenzy | WW 102

The podcast is back after a few week hiatus to talk free agency and some trades, specifically the departure of David Lee. In our first segment, we remember the David Lee era with some memories, what it means for the team and his fit in Boston. We also discuss the free agency frenzy throughout the league. In our final segment, we talk the return of Mo Speights and look ahead to summer league. Remember to sub ...

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A Goodbye to David Lee

“The core is still intact in Golden State with Stephen Curry, Monta Ellis, [Andris] Biedrins, and [Anthony] Morrow to name some of them,” said David Lee after agreeing to be traded to the Warriors in 2010. “We have a chance to do some special things with a good young core that can grow together. It turns into a great situation.” The Warriors were coming off a 25-56 season. The roster included the talented b ...

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