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November 15, 2014 Updates

“My family is all here,” Kerr said. “New York would have been a world away from my family, from my roots, and really the attraction was to work with Phil. “That’s what made it such a difficult decision, but ultimately I knew, in my gut, that this was where I belonged, and I haven’t looked back.” New York Post

November 14, 2014 Updates

Hulk Hogan made an appearance at last night's Golden State Warriors NBA game in Oakland, which you can watch above. Hogan botched the pre-game speech. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson of the Warriors are dubbed the Splash Brothers. Hogan got caught up in the moment and said that the Warriors would sink the Splash Bros. Hogan also took over the Golden State Warriors Twitter account for a little while, here are some of his Tweets: "I gotta say, those #SplashBrothers are one hell of a tag team. #HulkTakeover" Wrestling Inc

November 13, 2014 Updates
November 12, 2014 Updates

"I don't wrestle with (the new notion of playing the role)" said Iguodala, who added he thinks longtime Los Angeles Lakers sixth man Lamar Odom was the best to ever play the role. "The only time I think about it is when I get asked about it, so I just deflect the question, like, 'I don't want to talk about it.' That's just how I deal with it. Don't ask me about it. I'm just going to be ready to play tomorrow. USA Today Sports

November 11, 2014 Updates

David Locke: The Warriors waived Nemanja Nedovic today. Jazz have open spot and are keeping close eye on PG who could be insurance. Possible. Nemanja Nedovic is 6'4 guard coming into the draft was thought of as an elite athlete, strong leaper. Shot 40% FG 29% 3pt on D-League Twitter @Lockedonsports

The Warriors could soon part ways with Nemanja Nedovic, as according a source close to the situation, the team is working with its 2013 first-round pick to facilitate a change of scenery. Contra Costa Times



Wilt Chamberlain never won a championship with the Warriors, but his monstrous stats make him the clear pick for No. 1 player in franchise history.


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