Just like last year, Golden State’s offseason is predicated on its own free agents with seven of 15 roster spots in flux.
For the third time in four seasons, the Golden State Warriors took to the streets of Oakland to celebrate an NBA championship.
The Golden State Warriors landed in Oakland nearly an hour after their scheduled arrival time of 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
After a trying few weeks, the Warriors finally welcome back two of their four absent All Stars to the starting lineup Thursday night.
The Warriors seemed snakebitten as of late with their recent flood of injuries entering Friday.
The Warriors have not had the services of Curry since March 8. Thompson joined the ranks of the unavailable injured Sunday.
Wednesday’s Warriors-Lakers game was tabbed for a National broadcast. If the NBA had the ability to flex it off the schedule, though, it probably would have.
All it takes for the Warriors to shake their early season malaise is a visit a Western Conferences contender.
Without the ring ceremony, it would be tough to distinguish the Warriors’ season opener from the preseason.
Teams have two goals when wrapping up preseason basketball: get their players into some kind of rhythm and avoid injuries at all costs.
For the second time in three years, Golden State returns 12 players to a team that ran through the rest of the league.
Golden State agreed to terms with veteran forward Nick Young on a one-year, $5.2 million contract.