The Warriors need to keep their fingers crossed that Andrew Bogut will be healthy and in the lineup on Oct. 31 and hope that he stays there all season. The alternatives are not attractive.
Chris Paul and Tyson Chandler to the Warriors? Where do we sign up? Or ... not so fast?
I have mixed emotions about the Warriors' season-opening 132-128 win against the Houston Rockets. Emotion No. 1: Relieved I'm glad the Warriors got a win. The Rockets are a good team, even though they were playing the second night of a back-to-back and without Yao Ming. The Warriors had no excuses [...]
First, I apologize for the long delay in posting something new on Warriors Wire. I have been swamped at work with high school sports, the World Series and many other responsibilities. I've had to take a step back from this blog because of other demands on my time. So I [...]
ESPN's Chad Ford graded the offseason moves for all the NBA teams and the Warriors stacked up well in the West. The team ranked fifth among the 15 teams in the West and were awarded a B. It's little surprise that the primary justification for the high grade was the [...]
This isn't a full-blown season preview; that won't come until much closer to the start of the season. But, I do feel optimistic about the Warriors' odds of improving this season, so I thought I'd share some of the reasoning. Optimistic about improvement doesn't mean I think the Warriors will [...]
Do you remember when Chris Paul wanted to be traded? Then he met with the Hornets general manager and coach and was impressed enough by their pitch that he changed his mind? Well, it seems the Hornets brass wasn't just blowing smoke. They seem to recognize what they have in [...]
Wow. Andris Biedrins gave a lengthy interview in which he speaks candidly about last season and his career thus far in the NBA. Suffice it to say, it's not very flattering to the Warriors organization, Don Nelson or his teammates. The great team at warriorsworld.net translated the interview and provided [...]
Shaun Powell of NBA.com has a Top 10 list of the general managers in the NBA with the most challenging jobs this coming season. Read it here. Not surprisingly, Warriors GM Larry Riley is on the list at No. 4 with this explanation: Could be a front-office casualty, with new ownership [...]
ESPN's future power rankings (it's an Insider article, but here's the link just in case) rank how NBA teams will fare in upcoming seasons, decided by a formula made up of the following factors: players on the current roster, quality of ownership and management, the financial philosophy of the team, and future draft [...]