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Report: Warriors add Ron Adams to Steve Kerr’s Coaching Staff

Just days after Alvin Gentry reportedly joined Steve Kerr's coaching staff, another domino falls as it appears Kerr has now added former Chicago Bulls and Oklahoma City Thunder assistant Ron Adams. Adams was most recently on Brad Stevens' staff with the Boston Celtics. The news was first reported by Marc Stein: Rumbles in NBA coaching circles, meanwhile, say Warriors closing in on another accomplished name ...

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Report: Alvin Gentry Joins Steve Kerr’s Staff

Steve Kerr made it known during his opening press conference that ownership will let him select his coaching staff spared no expense. The first domino seems to have fallen as the Warriors have agreed to terms on a reported three-year deal with former Phoenix Suns head coach and Los Angeles Clippers assistant Alvin Gentry. First reported by Kevin Pick of Eurobasket.com and later confirmed by Marc Spears of Y ...

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Stephen Curry and the Stretch 4

By: Sam Esfandiari    One of the more interesting comments Steve Kerr made at his opening press conference was the Warriors need for a stretch 4. The ‘stretch 4’ (a power forward who can shoot 3 pointers) has been a growing trend in the NBA. Don Nelson regularly used it. Mike D’Antoni’s team took it a step further and popularized the concept of having four 3-point threats (or a 4 out system) attacking ...

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Explaining Harrison Barnes’ Sophomore Slump

By: Corey Smith As the 2012 NBA Draft approached, many Warriors fans were hoping to fill the need at small forward with one of the two options: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist from Kentucky or Harrison Barnes from North Carolina. While many scouts were critical of Barnes' lack of aggressiveness, the sophomore had lead the ACC in scoring the previous two seasons and was named Second team All-American by the NABC (Nat ...

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The Time Kevin Grigg Stole the Show from Donyell and Thunder

With the big gap in games before the NBA Finals, I got bored and tweeted out an old story from my days working in the NBA. Here it is in full form, still broken into 140 characters. Helping offset low pay and long hours of entry-level NBA life was the full access to basketball courts and random games with players. One such occurrence took place in 1999 when myself, Kevin Grigg and Warriors mascot Thunder pl ...

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Breaking down the Klay Thompson Contract Situation

By: Sam Esfandiari How much will Klay Thompson’s Extension cost?   In addition to trying to bolster the roster the Warriors enter this summer with an opportunity to extend Klay Thompson before he hits restricted free agency in the summer of 2015. Any extension would have no barring on the 2014/15 payroll. Thompson is already slotted to make $4.47 million next season per the rookie scale.   The War ...

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Crew Love: Stephen Curry and Drake

What a difference an All-Star season makes. Entering the 2013-2014 season, Stephen Curry was a rising star, an up-and-comer, a point-guard with aspirations of one day becoming the best at the position. With the help of new talent (Andre Iguodala), improving talent (Klay Thompson) and healthy talent (Andrew Bogut), Curry had the best season of his career and entered that very discussion. Curry posted a caree ...

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Andre Iguodala Makes NBA All-Defensive First Team

Andre Iguodala has made NBA All-Defensive First Team, receiving 148 total points from various writers and broadcasters. Oh so now you see... — Andre Iguodala (@andre) June 2, 2014 Iguodala is the first Warrior to be awarded First Team since Nate Thurmond in 1969 and 1971. Nate Thurmond what up! — Andre Iguodala (@andre) June 2, 2014 Klay Thompson received five votes, Andrew Bogut received four, Stephen Curr ...

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