Juan Toscano-Anderson Rumors

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Juan Toscano-Anderson
Position: F
Born: 03/10/93
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:209 lbs. / 94.8 kg.
Salary: $350,189
Forward Juan Toscano-Anderson, six years older than Poole but also an NBA rookie last season, says he and his teammate have separate training routines but often wind up sweating together in the bowels of Chase Center. “He does his own thing, and I do my own thing,” Toscano-Anderson said. “But when I see him in the facility . . . he’s here, and most of time he’s the last one to leave the gym. And I’m not just saying that. He is the last one to leave the gym a lot of the time.”
Juan Toscano-Anderson: But my point is people remember how you made them, feel how you treated them. It’s so crazy being around Steph now because I get to watch him work out every day and it’s honestly a workout video. It’s a video game watching this guy work out. It’s such a pleasure to watch him work out. But what’s crazy? Whenever you talk to people about Steph, the first thing people say is how nice he is, how unreal it is that he’s such a good person and he’s this caliber type superstar. And I want people to say those things about me regardless of what I accomplish in my basketball career. But now I want people to remember that I was nice to them. I want people to remember that I tried to be a leader. I want people to remember that I was a positive influence for the youth and so forth. It’s cool to play for the Warriors and be from Oakland.
Dragan Bender — A monumental bust as the fourth overall pick in 2016, Bender still has a chance to make it. Believe it or not, he’s only 22. The Bucks reluctantly waived him when Marvin Williams became available, and he had played serviceably on a 10-day contract with Golden State when the league shut down. I’d expect the Warriors to sign him to a multi-year deal similar to the ones Mychal Mulder and Juan Toscano-Anderson inked.
Curry has recently joined several Black Lives Matter protests, including Juan Toscano-Anderson’s march in Oakland, and has come into his own as a voice for social causes, stating in 2017, “Sometimes it’s worse when you don’t say something.” Megan Rapinoe, a two-time World Cup champion and gold medalist, also lauds the way Curry supports women’s equality, noting the way he sprang into action when a 9-year old girl wrote him to ask if Under Armor could put shoes in her size on sale online. She remembers Curry’s Player’s Tribune article on Women’s Equality Day where he called out the pay gap and pledged “to always stay listening to women, to always stay believing in women.”