HoopsHype Nemanja Nedovic rumors

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With the shot clock and game clock virtually identical in a tie game, Mark Jackson decided not to call a timeout to prevent the Mavericks from making defensive adjustments. Curry dribbled down the court with Jose Calderon guarding him – an ideal situation for Golden State. Andrew Bogut then curiously came up to set a screen with about 10 seconds remaining, allowing Shawn Marion – Dallas’ best perimeter defender – to switch onto Curry. It didn’t matter, as Curry managed to use a quick fake to get Marion up in the air with 3.7 seconds remaining on the clock. Shot. Bang. Game. Except it wasn’t game quite yet. There was still 1.5 seconds left on the clock to give the Mavericks one last chance for a desperation shot. Curry, however, assumed that Dallas still had a timeout left. So he turned and celebrated with Nemanja Nedovic, who came onto the court to give Curry a chest bump. SheridanHoops

Yes. Williams is absolutely right in his assessment that Nedovic had no business being on the court with the game still in play. Curry also should have been aware of the other team’s situation with virtually no time remaining in the game. To be fair, he was clearly hyped from hitting the biggest regular-season shot of his career to date – he has never hit a game-winning shot in the NBA. At the end of the day, it didn’t cost the Warriors. Nedovic knew what he did and had this to say after the game: Nemanja Nedovic: My bad :) SheridanHoops

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The Golden State Warriors have assigned Dewayne Dedmon, Ognjen Kuzmic and Nemanja Nedovic to the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced today. The three players will practice with the Santa Cruz squad this afternoon at the Warriors practice facility in Downtown Oakland. NBA.com

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Golden St. Warriors: It's official. #Warriors first round draft pick Nemanja Nedovic (@nedovic1624) signs his contract. pic.twitter.com/lRJeZrTusM Twitter

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In the end, Golden State will have the mid-level exception, which allows them to sign a player for more than $5 million in the first year, and the rookie exception, which allows them to sign Nedovic despite being over the cap. The Warriors also get to keep their Traded Player Exception(s), which allows them to absorb up to $23 million in contracts of players from another team. (NOTE: There is a chance they use a chunk of that TPE money on Iguodala.) Contra Costa Times

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