Interviews

Q&A: Marcus Thompson - Contra Costa Times / InsideBayArea.com (Part 1 of 3)- Warriors bright spots, the next to be traded, Robert Rowell and basketball decisions

Marcus Thompson of the Contra Costa Times/ InsideBayArea.com shares his thoughts on bright spots of the Golden State Warriors 2009-2010 season thus far, who will be the next players the team trades (Corey Maggette, Monta Ellis, Andris Biedrins), and Robert Rowell's future in making hoops decisions.

Q&A: Matt Steinmetz (AOL FanHouse + Comcast Sports Net Bay Area)- Part 3 of 3: Talking hoops with a balla

Golden State Warriors reporter and AOL FanHouse writer Matt Steinmetz talks about the team's problems moving the basketball and some of his favorite places to play hoops in the Bay Area.

Q&A: Matt Steinmetz (AOL FanHouse + Comcast Sports Net Bay Area)- Part 2 of 3: Warriors defensive woes, Stephen Curry's jumpshot, and managing playing time

Golden State Warriors reporter and AOL FanHouse writer Matt Steinmetz talks about the Warriors defense (or lack thereof), rookie Stephen Curry's shooting woes early on in the Las Vegas Summer Leagues and the preseason, and how to balance the minutes on a talented, but imbalanced roster.

Q&A: Matt Steinmetz (AOL FanHouse + Comcast Sports Net Bay Area)- Part 1 of 3: Making Sense of Stephen Jackson

The first installment of our interview with CSN Bay Area TV analyst and AOL writer Matt Steinmetz touches on Stephen Jackson's trade value and making sense of what he's been telling the media lately.

Q&A: Tim Kawakami (Mercury News) :: 2009-2010 Golden State Warriors Preseason (Part 4 of 4)

San Jose Mercury columnist Tim Kawakami talks about whether the Golden State Warriors will actually use all of the expiring contracts they've collected (Speedy Claxton- $5.2 million, Acie Law- $2.2 million, Devean George- $1.6 million, Mikki Moore- $1.3 million, C.J. Watson- $1 million, and as of writing Brandan Wright- $2.7 million) and compare the Warriors dysfunction to that of the Oakland Raiders.

Q&A: Tim Kawakami (Mercury News) :: 2009-2010 Golden State Warriors Preseason (Part 3 of 4)

Would any other team besides the Golden State Warriors hire much maligned front office executive Robert Rowell? Do the Warriors regret signing Andris Biedrins to that big contract? Is Biedrins being shopped around? Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News answers these questions and more.

Q&A: Tim Kawakami (Mercury News) :: 2009-2010 Golden State Warriors Preseason (Part 2 of 4)

Part 2 of our ongoing Q&A with Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury. Topics discussed include Brandan Wright's injury, Don Nelson's willingness to move Andris Biedrins, and former Golden State Warriors executive Chris Mullin's role in the team's current troubles.

Q&A: Tim Kawakami (Mercury News) :: 2009-2010 Golden State Warriors Preseason (Part 1 of 4)

A pointed look at the Golden State Warriors drama with San Jose Mercury columnist Tim Kawakami. Topics covered include how long Stephen Jackson, Monta Ellis, and Don Nelson will remain with the Warriors and Ellis' criticism of sharing a backcourt with rookie Stephen Curry.

OPEN THREAD: Warriors Media Day 2009

Live video of 2009 Golden State Warriors Media Day

Warriors President Robert Rowell and GM Larry Riley Exclusive Evening with Season Ticket Holders

Golden State Warriors President Robert Rowell and GM Larry Riley sit down for an exclusive evening with season ticket holders to talk about a variety of topics.

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