Anderson Varejao was the first player in NBA history to play for both of the teams that advanced to the NBA Finals. That put him in the unique position to be assured a championship ring regardless of the outcome of that series.

Varejao is now saying that he won’t accept a championship ring from the Cavaliers, who beat the Warriors in 7 games.

Varejao was acquired by the Warriors in February after he was waived by the Portland Trail Blazers following a trade from Cleveland.

Varejao is undoubtedly confident that this Warriors squad can get him a ring next season, and that sentiment is shared by many around the league.

Richard Hamilton has announced that he will attempt a comeback, and speculation is arising that the Warriors are one of the teams he’d consider returning to.

The 3x All Star won a championship with the Detroit Pistons in 2004 and hasn’t played in the NBA since the 2012-2013 season with the Chicago Bulls.

Draymond Green also made comments today about some of the tumultuous situations he has gotten in both on and off the court in the last few months.

He indicated that he’s not going to change the intensity with which he plays or acts, because that fire has gotten him to where he is now as a star in this league.

Green is currently preparing for the Summer Olympics and also awaiting arraignment on his assault charge in East Lansing.

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