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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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One-on-One With Warriors Forward Draymond Green

“I love him. I love him.” Jerry West doesn’t say this about many players, especially second round picks from Saginaw, Michigan. But for third-year player Draymond Green, just add it to the growing list of accomplishments that has cemented himself as a key piece of a franchise-best Golden State Warriors team. Graduating from the school of Tom Izzo and Michigan State basketball, Green carries the same intensi ...

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Getting To Know Leandro Barbosa

The Warriors signed Leandro Barbosa to a veteran’s minimum contract. Barbosa is best known for his time with the Phoenix Suns. Barbosa spent the first 7 years of his career in Phoenix, highlighted by winning the 2006-07 NBA Sixth Man of the Year award. Last season, he re-joined the Suns midseason for a brief stint before breaking his hand and ending his year. Warriors World decided to sit down with Brightsi ...

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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 64

Another week, another episode of the WarriorsWorld podcast! In our first segment, we discuss the Warriors 2014-15 schedule and breakdown our favorite matchups, sneaky good games and our initial predictions for the season. In our second segment, we welcome in Clippers swingman Jared Dudley who talks about his offseason, Steve Ballmer, how the Clippers gameplanned for Stephen Curry and why the Warriors should ...

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NBA Summer League 1-on-1: Festus Ezeli

Festus Ezeli was selected with the last pick of the first round in the 2012 NBA Draft. He wasn't a popular name, but his selection assured the organization (and fans) that the team recognized its need for a formidable center to backup Andrew Bogut. Ezeli showed promise with stout interior defense, his ability to block shots and subsequently, filling in the role he was drafted for earlier than many thought h ...

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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 60

New coach, time for a new episode of the WarriorsWorld podcast! In our first segment, we discuss Steve Kerr's opening press conference, why Stan Van Gundy might not have been the best choice after all and look forward to the offseason. In our second segment we welcome in Ray Ratto of CSNBayArea.com and talk the departure of Mark Jackson, Kerr's arrival, Kevin Love and he offers me some advice. Finally, we t ...

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