The turnaround has taken place. The total transformation might not be far away.
And if they want to be considered true title contenders, the Warriors will have to develop their promising young talent even more and show they can be consistent — and consistently healthy — for longer stretches. Read More
The Warriors picked up one of the most talented offensive players in the draft by selecting North Carolina forward Harrison Barnes with the No. 7 overall pick of Thursday’s NBA draft.
Bob Myers, hired as the Warriors new general manager recently, said that his phone “almost blew up” when Barnes slipped to No. 7, because he wanted to trade up to get him. Read More
The Warriors’ first pick in Thursday night’s NBA Draft is just the start of their rebuilding process.
New general manager Bob Myers had emphasized at a pre-draft meeting with media last week that it’s important to have what Jerry West calls “assets,” players that are good enough to help you, but also enticing for other teams if you want to make a trade. Read More