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  • Stephen Curry to skip Team USA minicamp next week

    Warriors point guard Stephen Curry won't attend Team USA's minicamp next week in Las Vegas, league sources have confirmed with The Chronicle. Instead of participating in the minicamp, held July 25-27 at UNLV's Mendenhall Center, Curry will spend time with his newborn son, Canon. Of the 35 players selected for the national-team pool, five - Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and DeMarcus Cousins - are on Golden State. Durant and...

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  • Stephen Curry to sit out Team USA minicamp

    Warriors point guard Stephen Curry won't attend Team USA's minicamp next week in Las Vegas, league sources have confirmed with The Chronicle. ESPN was first to report the news. Instead of participating in the minicamp held July 25-27 at UNLV's Mendenhall Center, Curry will spend time with his newborn son, Canon. Of the 35 players selected for the national team pool, five - Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and DeMarcus Cousins...

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  • Warriors’ Jonas Jerebko looks to put Swedish basketball on map

    "I'm trying to do everything I can to get it bigger over there," said Jonas Jerebko, the only active NBA player from Sweden. "I don't know, it's tough. They'd rather watch skiing or sports you've never even heard of."

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  • A Way-Too-Soon Look at 2019's Top NBA Free Agents

    Do you think 2018's free-agency period has been fun? Already, LeBron James spurned the Cleveland Cavaliers, Houston Rockets and Philadelphia 76ers to join the Los Angeles Lakers...

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  • NBA Free Agency: The Thought Behind the One-Year Deal Trend

    One-year contracts have been the theme of this year's free-agency period. With a star-studded class set to join the market in 2019, teams and players are both seeking short-term deals to get what they want.

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  • Stephen Curry Says Warriors Aren't Ruining NBA: 'It's the Dumbest Phrase Ever'

    Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry downplayed the notion that the Dubs' recent success—back-to-back NBA championships and three titles in the last four years—is hurting the league...

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  • Head performance therapist Chelsea Lane to leave Warriors

    Head performance therapist Chelsea Lane is leaving the Warriors after three seasons to take a similar position with the Atlanta Hawks, a league source confirmed Tuesday morning with The Chronicle. The Athletic was first to report the news. Lane has been a key member of Golden State's staff since joining before the 2015-16 season. The crux of her responsibilities can be distilled to three words - "maximize player availability" - toward the top of her ...

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  • Here's when the Heat will be a player in free agency again and what they are doing about it

    The Heat’s inability to dump sizable contracts so far this summer not only has left Miami with little flexibility this year but also has diminished its chances of achieving cap … Click to Continue

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  • Some summer fun at NBA’s Summer League

    LAS VEGAS - Random sights and thoughts from the first few days of NBA Summer League in Vegas: •Warriors fans had to be a bit wistful seeing Jerry West sitting courtside with Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, who stole West from the Dubs. By the way, West's departure wasn't a simple matter of Joe Lacob declining to match Ballmer's big-bucks offer to West. It's much more nuanced. Regardless, West's place in Warriors history is solid. For one thing, he helped see head...

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  • With ‘Boogie,’ Warriors shoot into ‘death zone’

    LAS VEGAS — It takes a man with vision, a man like Mark Cuban, to see beyond the seemingly obvious to a place where nothing is certain and danger lurks. At the NBA Summer League, the annual back-slap-athon of the NBA’s coaches and execs, I’m working the sidelines, trying to get a feel for how the league is reacting to the Warriors’ recent shocking acquisition of free-agent center DeMarcus “Boogie” Cousins. The knee-jerk public reaction from...

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