Don’t you just hate when the popular kids get everything? Land the best job? Get the best car?
The Warriors have drafted guard Jacob Evans out of the University of Cincinnati with the 28th overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft.
With the 28th pick in the NBA draft, a glut of players are available that would fit with the Warriors needs.
The Warriors selected an energetic defending big, Damian Jones, in the first round of the 2016 NBA Draft and a lanky guard after buying into the second round.
Summer League head coach Luke Walton called out James Looney for poor conditioning after the team’s first practice.
After going two seasons without a draft pick, the Warriors selected 6-foot-9 UCLA forward Kevon Looney at No. 3 in the first round.
The Warriors are looking to move up in Thursday’s NBA Draft, according to a report from NBA.com’s Scott Howard-Cooper.
Draft Day came and went as the pickless Warriors stayed silent and looked toward the future.
Golden State got the athletic small forward they were looking for in 6-foot-8 Harrison Barnes from North Carolina.
The day before a deeper-than-usual NBA draft, the Warriors have lots of options but have given few clues on how they plan to use their No. 7 pick.
This year’s draft NBA is deep, full of potential impact players. But at No. 7, all have risks and some may not be ready to contribute.
The Warriors’ 21-point comeback win last night torpedoed their chances of keeping their first-round draft pick.
The Warriors are in danger of giving up their only first round pick unless they get worse. Quick.