Featured Front Page Golden State Warriors NBA Sports Spotlight

2013 NBA Free Agency: Golden State Warriors Make Great Move By Signing Andre Iguodala

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.
Denver Nuggets Featured Front Page Golden State Warriors Los Angeles Lakers NBA Opinion/Editorial Sports Spotlight

2013 NBA Free Agency: Golden State Warriors Ink Andre Iguodala To 4-Year, $48 Million Deal, Is Dwight Howard Still In Play?

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
Featured Front Page Golden State Warriors NBA Sports Spotlight

2013 NBA Free Agency: Warriors Make The Most Sense For Dwight Howard

The Houston Rockets have already traded Thomas Robinson to the Portland Trail Blazers in hopes of enticing free agent center Dwight Howard to sign with the franchise. He has already visited Houston and reportedly asked for another max contract player to join him. Rumors that the Rockets are shopping Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik might have something to do with the request and Aaron Brooks and Carlos Delfino got waived. Even if Howard joins James Harden and a third superstar it doesn't get him to the point of where he
Featured Front Page Golden State Warriors NBA Rumors Sports Spotlight

Rumors: Warriors Looking To Deal All-Star Power Forward David Lee

The Golden State Warriors had one of their better seasons in 2012-2013. One of those reasons the play of power forward David Lee who  became the franchises' first all-star representative since Latrell Sprewell in 1996-1997. During the regular season Lee averaged 18.5 points, 11.2 rebounds, 3.5 assists, on 51.9 percent shooting and 79.7 percent from the free throw line. He led the NBA in double-doubles with 56 and recorded one triple-double as well against the Charlotte Bobcats. The playoffs weren't