HoopsHype Jarrett Jack rumors

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The Warriors took care of some expected housekeeping to start free agency, contacting free agent point guard Jarrett Jack about his possible return as well as forward Carl Landry. Jack appears to have been pegged as the bigger priority of the two for the Warriors, who are nearing the expected luxury tax threshold of $72 million and thus will be severely limited in their ability to sign both players to market-value deals. USA Today Sports

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Whether he takes the more lucrative offer else where, or whether the Warriors make a competitive offer to keep him in the Bay Area, that will all be figured out this summer. But Jack was never more clear about for whom he wants to play: Golden State. "I hope so, man," Jack said. "Obviously there are other things that go into seeing if that works -- we all know this is a business at the end of the day. If I could do it, if I could rearrange it, I would definitely be back at this same locker." San Jose Mercury-News

Warriors guard Jarrett Jack was on the verge of tears as he stood at his locker. He couldn't find the words to truly express what he was feeling, so he let his attire do the talking for him. "Usually before I would do any media, I would make sure I was dressed a certain way," Jack said after the Warriors' season ended Thursday with a 94-82 loss to the San Antonio Spurs. "I brought one of my best suits. But looking down at this jersey, it's just a sense of pride I don't think I've ever felt as a professional. ... Nothing in my closet is better than what I have on now." San Jose Mercury-News

With so many reasons to let go, the Warriors kept grabbing at victory. “We have a lot of guys that didn’t want to give up,” said Bogut, who could only play 6 minutes in the second half. “My ankle was telling me to give up, I tried to fight through it, David Lee with his hip, Jarrett (Jack) took a knock in the first half, Steph… “A lot of guys could’ve easily shut it down at points throughout this playoff series but everyone came back that next day and kept working hard.” San Jose Mercury-News

May 3, 2013 Updates

According to multiple team sources, the Warriors initiated extension talks with guard Jarrett Jack back in January. But Jack shut down such talks before they got rolling, looking to focus on the season and wanting to experience free agency. Contra Costa Times

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