The Golden State Warriors failed to win over free agent center Dwight Howard who is heading to the Houston Rockets. That didn't deter the franchise from signing free agent guard-forward Andre Iguodala to a four-year $48 million contract. In order to sign him Golden State sent Richard Jefferson, Andris Biedrins and Brandon Rush along with first round picks in 2014 and 2017 and future second round picks to the Utah Jazz in exchange for Kevin Murphy who has a contract that isn't guaranteed for the 2013-2014 season.
OAKLAND – In perhaps the biggest blockbuster move so far in free agency, the Golden State Warriors would sign free-agent swingman Andre Iguodala to a four-year, $48 million deal. Golden State, one of the teams mentioned as a potential landing spot for free-agent center Dwight Howard, would sign the former Denver Nuggets small forward after clearing and estimated $24 million in salary cap room in dealing the expiring contracts of
The Golden State Warriors surprising playoff run ended with a game six loss to the San Antonio Spurs and it was a series that could have easily gone to game seven if it weren't for a blown 18 point lead in game one resulting in a double overtime loss. Stephen Curry played brilliantly, Harrison Barnes took his game to another level, Jarrett Jack hit clutch shots and Klay Thompson even though he had his ups and downs offensively, played outstanding defense. Looking ahead to
It was not a good game for Blake Griffin the Los Angeles Clippers power forward as the Golden State Warriors big men David Lee, Festus Ezeli, Carl Landry and Andris Biedrins did a great job bottling him up throughout the game. He finished going 2-11 from the field and his only saving grace was getting to the free throw line where he hit 6-10 free throws, so he still managed 10 points though he grabbed only six rebounds in 35 minutes of