Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is reportedly set to leave Nike for basketball athletic apparel underdog Under Armour.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed two bills into law that will help build new NBA arenas for the Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings.
Seth has spent most of his life being compared to Stephen. He wouldn’t mind looking like his brother on the court starting Saturday, when the Warriors open training camp with both on the roster.
The Golden State Warriors made it to the Western Conference semifinals last season, and general manager Bob Myers believes his team is poised to make another deep run into the postseason.
“I want us to believe that if we do what we’re supposed to do, it’s going to be a lot of fun around here,” Warriors coach Mark Jackson said. “And my message to them is: `Make it happen.’ … Don’t talk about it. Go handle it.”
Shaquille O’Neal spent the first part of the century smashing Sacramento’s dreams of an NBA championship. Now he wants to spend the next part doing anything he can to build the Kings into a winner.
The Golden State Warriors have announced the signings of center Dewayne Dedmon and guard Cameron Jones to free agent contracts.
The larger-than-life figure that teased and tormented the Sacramento Kings for so long is now the biggest name to join the franchise’s new ownership group.
The Kings announced Monday that Shaquille O’Neal has acquired a minority stake in the team.
Stephen Curry indicated earlier this month that the Golden State Warriors are aiming for 50 wins this season. Apparently, that’s not enough for Andre Iguodala. He said Wednesday that Golden State is aiming for “more than” 50 wins.
After splitting time this summer with family in Australia and Croatia, Andrew Bogut said he’s “100 percent” healthy and feeling the best he has since fracturing his left ankle in January 2012.