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Id Like to extended a welcome to Marc Gasol to the warriors , if he have us : )

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A year ago Gasol would have been a dream get for the dubs. I was fascinated with the Idea of K love after a buy out but truth be told Gasol would provided much of the same but a better player on the defensive end although father time has caught up a bit Pairing Gasol with a bunch of young bigs will rejuvenate Mark and add another teacher for Kuminga and Wiseman to work against at practice those reps are vital for Wiseman particularly

"Put the work in" Jordan Poole [Inspirational]

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This video is about Jordan Poole; he is an example of putting in the work, and getting better.

Nash leaves Warriors to coach Nets

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Nash will coach Durant and Irving. Seems like an attempt to capture that Steve Kerr-like magic. I like Nash, but good luck with that bunch...

The Day the Warriors Dynasty Started

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TL;DR the day that Steph Curry signed his second contract. He might have been the most underpaid star ever...

Avidija may actually be worth taking at #2 ...

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His efficiency stats (TS%; 3P%; FT%) are concerning, but he is young, he passes the eye test for skills / potential, and he has some Dray-like attitude in him ...

Giannis Antetokounmpo Rumor ... really hope this is real ...

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Antetokounmpo … OK ... too much time Fantasy Dream Scenario ... Bucks lose 2020 NBA East Conference Finals to Celtics (?) ... Giannis quietly informs Bucks he will not sign long term with Bucks ... Bucks trade Antetokounmpo brothers (Giannis / Thannis) to GSW for Wiggins / Looney / Paschall / 2020 GSW 1st pick / 2021 GSW (Minn) 1st pick ... just a too much time on my hands dream ...

Second round pick

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So as we all know, the Warriors have a top-5 pick in this year's draft. But we forget that the dubs also own picks 51 & 52. Those picks (assuming the Warriors don't trade them away) are low-risk, high-reward. That's because they're very cheap and so if the player you selected fails to impress, it's not that big of a deal. If he does play well - you get an Eric Paschall, or maybe even a Draymond later on. Therefore, I'd like to suggest point guard Yam Madar with the 51st or 52nd pick. Again, low-risk, high-reward. Madar plays in the Israeli pro league and is already an impactful player on his team at just 19 years old. He's very crafty and smart (like most European players) and never afraid of the moment. His style of play is often compared to that of Steph or Kyrie. I think he can be a steal, especially getting to learn from Steph and eventually be a strong contributor. Madar was named to the FIBA U-20 tournament first team, in which Israel won the tournament, averaging 15.9 PPG, 7.7 APG, 19.6 EFF. He's also good friends with national team teammate and potential Warriors lottery pick, Deni Avdija. I attached a video of Yam Madar here, and I'd like to know what you guys think.

10 Things about Klay Thompson

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10 things to remember about Klay Thompson in the midst of his lost season.