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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 Game Preview: Warriors Take On Division Rival Lakers

The Golden State Warriors might want to request some playoff games in Las Vegas next season because they cannot lose out here. They've won 16 games in a row and they look good enough to repeat as Summer League champs. In Steve Kerr's second game coaching on the sidelines he got quite a scare from a former employer, the Phoenix Suns. The Warriors were able to grab the victory in the winding seconds after Jus ...

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NBA Summer League: James Michael McAdoo Profile

6-foot-9 inch power forward James Michael McAdoo has basketball blood in his veins. Both his parents went pro playing basketball in Europe and his older sister played collegiate ball at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. It doesn’t stop there; Hall of Famer Bob McAdoo also lies in his family tree. Coming into the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, McAdoo was a McDonald’s All American. ...

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Behind the Scenes: WarriorsWorld in Las Vegas

The evolution of the “blog” is amazing. No longer do you have to write for a major newspaper or work for a national outlet to gain access to events. While beat writers are still considered the prime channel for news and stories, blogs have advanced enough to where they’re now a respectable source for news and insight.  As a result, blogs are now now considered equals to those purist forms of journalism, als ...

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Warriors in Vegas

Fresh off their 40-point beat down on the Lakers last night, the Warriors' Summer League team continued their impressive start in Las Vegas with their second consecutive blow-out victory over the Nuggets, 95-74. Yes, it's Summer League and the result of these games means absolutely nothing in the grand scheme of things, but it does give us a glimpse of what we can expect from a few of the rookies and second ...

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