Nate Parham is a long-time NBA fan whose more recent interest in women's basketball led him to founding and managing SBN's Swish Appeal, which covers the WNBA and women's college basketball around the nation. In addition to contributing to Swish Appeal and Golden State of Mind at SB Nation, he has been a women's basketball contributor for the Capital One Cup and espnW.
Nate has covered the WNBA's Seattle Storm as well as the Seattle University Redhawks and Washington Huskies men's and women's basketball teams. Since returning to the Bay Area, he has wandered around covering things ranging from the Santa Cruz Warriors to NBA summer league to Pac-12 and WCC women's basketball.
Two 2019-20 championship contenders, the Milwaukee Bucks and L.A. Clippers, will be playing today during a triple-header on NBA TV.
The Warriors officially open the 2019-20 NBA regular season — and the brand new Chase Center — by facing off with a loaded L.A. Clippers team.
After an offseason full of their changes, one of their biggest will be on display tonight in the Warriors’ first preseason game: the first NBA game to be played at Chase Center.
Kevin Durant’s decision about where he’ll play for the foreseeable future will be made sometime today. A few brave souls on GSoM’s staff have stepped forward to make their decisions public.
Despite being a second round pick, people have had high hopes for Eric Paschall’s development as a NBA player.
The Warriors defy the expectations of mock drafters by selecting Michigan’s Jordan Poole with the 28th pick in the NBA Draft.
The surprising set of players available with the 28th pick reflected a first round that had all the unpredictability you could possibly want from a draft.
The NBA Draft is today at 4 p.m. PST. and the Warriors have three picks to use to fill out their roster after Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson suffered devastating injuries in the NBA Finals.
With the 2019 NBA Draft rapidly approaching, we borrow from our friends around SB Nation to discuss some of the top prospects for the Warriors.
SB Nation’s Wizards site had the chance to interview Warriors assistant general manager Larry Harris and was kind enough to share it with us.