Latest Warriors news:
Source says Golden State not involved in possible 3-tm, sign and trade talks with Atl for Jamal Crawford. NY interest real though.
via @sam_amick (SI)
Some people, like the anonymous NBA executive interviewed by Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski, are livid; others, like SB Nation's Tom Ziller of Sactown Royalty are...somewhere at the opposite end of the spectrum (in seriousness though, he also posted something with actual words about how the situation makes the league worse this morning). It's also quite clear that many folks on this site are probably closer to the Sactown Royalty official statement sentiment.
Anyway, you can keep up with all the league-wide stuff at SBNation.com's free agent hub with storystreams for just about every reaction to everything; you can get the latest updates on rumors, signings, and trades league-wide at the SB Nation free agency storystream.
Here, of course, we're going to update this post with the latest Warriors-relevant news throughout the day while you discuss everything else in the comments. I'll begin with fan shots from the community and try to post as often as possible, but remember you guys should feel free to use the comments to post whatever you're hearing.
The Knicks and Hawks were in active discussions today on a three-team sign-and-trade deal that would bring combo Jamal Crawford back to the club, according to an NBA source.
One source said the trade has a better than fifty-fifty chance of happening. The Warriors are the third team involved in the talks.
Jason Richardson has reached agreement on a four year, $25M deal with the Orlando Magic, league source tells Y! Sports.
The talk of the NBA right now is the league nixing a proposed blockbuster that would've sent Chris Paul to the L.A.
The Atlanta Hawks have signed Vladimir Radmanovic, according to press release.
Warriors cut Jeremy Lin -
Warriors are making moves to create cap space as they prepare offer sheet for Clippers' DeAndre Jordan - http://j.mp/utVy8a
The Golden State Warriors will offer restricted free agent center DeAndre Jordan a contract starting at an annual salary of $10 million, according to Yahoo! Sports. The L.A. Clippers can match any offer sheet that Jordan signs owing to Jordan's restricted status. The Clippers had previously offered Jordan a five-year deal worth $40 million.
According to two sources with knowledge of the Warriors’ thinking, they will once again revisit trying to trade for Paul and also will go hard after center DeAndre Jordan, a restricted free agent.
The Warriors were in the mix for Paul before he was dealt to the L.A. Lakers as part of a three-team trade with Houston. But commissioner David Stern nullified the deal and as of now Paul remains a Hornet.
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The following are links to fan shots from the past day from around the community. Feel free to pick up those discussions or start up new ones.