Warriors general manager Bob Myers, like most executives, doesn’t talk trade-possibility specifics. But he surely realizes that when Curry, Thompson and Green are off the floor, scoring comes with considerable toil and strife. The front office is studying the trade market, because if Speights can’t find his form, and soon, the Warriors will seek out another stretch four, somebody Walton or Kerr can call when they need a scoring punch.
December 2, 2016 | 9:20 pm EST Update
Adrian Wojnarowski: Including bonuses, the first year of the $37M Motiejunas offer sheet is slightly frontloaded at $9.8M, league source tells @The Vertical.
Jonathan Feigen: Donatas Motiejunas: “Whichever team I go to, I’m going to give my heart to. I’m going to put in the work and defend that team. I’ll do my job. I’m thankful the Brooklyn Nets acknowledged my talent. They checked out my health and found no problems.”