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  • Kevin Durant tells basketball Instagram account to 'stop tagging me in this trash'

    Kevin Durant is once again spending his summer vacation leaving annoyed social media comments on random basketball accounts.

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  • 'That's gonna go viral': Jordan Bell has hilarious freakout during interview

    As a world-class athlete, Jordan Bell is gifted with situational awareness and quick reflexes, both of which he put to use when an interviewer made a sudden grab for his crotch.

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  • Warriors fall to Mavericks in Summer League

    The Dallas Mavericks had an easy time with the Warriors in a Summer League game in Las Vegas, winning 91-71 on Monday as each team rested one of its top players. Neither Dallas' Dennis Smith Jr. nor Golden State's Jordan Bell played. Josh Magette and Kendrick Nunn were the only players in double figures for the Warriors. Each scored 10. Phil Greene scored 16 points and Mitchell Creek added 13 for the Mavericks. •Dallas signed...

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  • Zaza Pachulia leaves Warriors, signs with Pistons

    The Warriors center-heavy roster became a little less so Sunday when Zaza Pachulia reportedly agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Pistons. Yahoo Sports was the first to report the news. The 6-foot-11, 270-pound Pachulia played with Golden State for the past two seasons, winning an NBA title in both. He is the the first player from the Republic of Georgia to win an NBA championship. Pachulia's departure is not a surprise. Last week...

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  • Warriors beat Lakers in final Sacramento Summer League game

    The Warriors didn't have to face LeBron James, of course, and they gave Damian Jones and Jordan Bell the day off in their final Summer League game in Sacramento. Marcus Derrickson had 24 points, 11 rebounds and four steals as Golden State beat the Los Angeles Lakers 77-71. Omari Johnson scored 15 and Gian Clavell added 10 for the Warriors, who begin play in the Las Vegas Summer League on Friday. Xavier Rathan-Mayes scored 14 points and handed...

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  • Jordan Bell to Improve Eating Habits After Forgetting to Eat in NBA Offseason

    Golden State Warriors center Jordan Bell has been given tips by the organization to improve his eating habits after often going without meals since the Dubs won the 2018 NBA championship...

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  • Jordan Bell’s flashback to Cousins-Durant confrontation

    SACRAMENTO - Warriors forward Jordan Bell offered a candid reaction Tuesday night, when he was asked about his team's signing of All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins. "I was very shocked," Bell said. Then he laughed and added, "The first thing I thought about was him and KD getting into it." Bell was referring to a heated confrontation between Cousins and Kevin Durant on Dec. 4, during Golden State's 125-115 victory over New Orleans. Both players were ejected, and...

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  • Warriors’ Jacob Evans makes solid summer-league debut

    SACRAMENTO - One day after the Warriors signed All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins, rocking the NBA and improbably fortifying their present, they unveiled a piece of their future in first-round draft choice Jacob Evans III. Evans made his pro debut in Tuesday night's California Classic summer-league game against the Kings. This was not your father's summer-league game, either: Golden1 Center was nearly full, an energetic mix of Kings fans eager to see No. 2 overall pick Marvin...

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  • Kevon Looney agrees to re-sign with Warriors on one-year, minimum deal

    Free-agent center Kevon Looney has agreed to re-sign with the Warriors on a one-year, minimum deal, league sources confirmed Tuesday night with The Chronicle. ESPN was first to report the news. Looney's return is the latest feel-good development in what has been a remarkably successful free-agency period for Golden State. In addition to Looney coming back, Kevin Durant agreed to a "one-plus-one" deal, and four-time All Star DeMarcus Cousins agreed to a...

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  • Warriors’ Jacob Evans to make pro debut Tuesday vs. Kings

    SACRAMENTO - Warriors rookie Jacob Evans will make his professional debut in Tuesday night's Summer League game against the Kings at Golden 1 Center. Evans, the No. 28 pick in last month's NBA draft out of Cincinnati, was cleared after missing Monday's win over the Heat with an injured right big toe. As far as Summer League games go, Tuesday's matchup with the Kings is relatively star-studded. A Golden State team featuring Evans, Jordan Bell and Damian Jones...

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  • Rough start to summer ball for Warriors’ Jordan Bell and Damian Jones

    SACRAMENTO - In the closing minutes of the Warriors' Summer League win over the Heat on Monday night, Jordan Bell picked up his dribble near the foul line and tried to throw an alley-oop to himself off the backboard. But Bell couldn't get a grip on the rebound and his dunk attempt clanked off the front of the rim and bounced out of bounds. Bell, wearing an aw-shucks grin, shook his head in disgust. It was the type of learning moment that Summer League was created to provide. ...

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  • Sacramento Summer League 2018: Monday Scores, Stats, Highlights and Reaction

    The inaugural Sacramento Summer League tipped off Monday night with two games at Golden 1 Center. The Golden State Warriors and Miami Heat opposed one another in the opening game, ...

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  • Warriors’ Damian Jones ready to put G League shuttle behind him

    SACRAMENTO - Damian Jones spent his first two professional seasons navigating a split existence: the seemingly constant yo-yoing between the NBA's best team and its G League affiliate. Now, with less than three months until training camp, Jones hopes to not make Highway 17's winding trek to play for the Santa Cruz Warriors. It is a realistic goal. Outside of Jordan Bell, Jones is Golden State's only center under contract for next season. A 7-footer who weighs...

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  • Warriors rookie Jacob Evans doubtful for Summer League opener

    SACRAMENTO - Warriors rookie Jacob Evans is doubtful for Monday night's Summer League opener against Miami at Golden 1 Center with a toe injury. "He'll probably be out for tonight's game," said Willie Green, Golden State's Summer League head coach. "I'm not sure. He's coming off that toe injury. But as we progress in Summer League, I'll have a better look at him." After stubbing his toe in Friday's practice, Evans sat out Saturday and Sunday before missing...

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  • 'Damn': Players, fans react to news LeBron James is now a Los Angeles Laker

    The news received plenty of animated responses from fellow NBA players, as well as celebrations from current and past Lakers players.

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  • Cal’s Marcus Lee chasing NBA dream after going undrafted

    Marcus Lee didn't get picked during Thursday's NBA draft, and the Cal power forward might have been the last to know. The 6-foot-11, 255-pounder didn't watch the draft or track the three-hour event on his phone. He had a very different plan. "My thinking: 'I'll be at Haas Pavilion working out,'" Lee said. "I don't want to hear anything about the draft. I don't want to deal with it. It'll be there when I'm done working out. "The...

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  • Zaza Pachulia: How Warriors center handled reduced role

    Editor's note: The Chronicle is reviewing the season of each player after the Warriors' second straight championship run. As the NBA trends toward a position-less brand of basketball, Warriors center Zaza Pachulia faces a tricky question: How does he stay relevant in a league in which his skill set is increasingly less needed? Pachulia has worked diligently on switching off screens to defend shooters along the perimeter, only to watch the...

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  • Warriors to waive two-way-contract player Chris Boucher

    The Warriors are waiving forward Chris Boucher, a source has confirmed with The Chronicle. Yahoo Sports was first to report news of Boucher's impending release. One of two Golden State players on a two-way contract last season, Boucher was sidelined until mid-January with a torn ACL he sustained as a senior at Oregon. In 20 games with the Santa Cruz Warriors, Golden State's G League affiliate, he averaged 11.8 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2.1 blocks in 22.2...

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  • What mock drafts project the Warriors to do with 28th pick

    With draft day upon us, The Chronicle takes a final look at what the top online mock drafts have the Warriors doing with their No. 28 pick: ESPN Insider, Jonathan Givony Moritz Wagner, PF/C, Michigan The Warriors are way over the luxury tax and will want to find contributors on cheap rookie contracts. ...

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  • Draymond Green Tells Warriors He's Interested in 16-Game, Playoff-Type Players

    Draymond Green has a message to Golden State Warriors management: find players who don't fold under the postseason spotlight. Warriors assistant general manager Larry Harris shared Green's advice for the team heading into Thursday's draft...

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