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Mike Dunleavy
Mike Dunleavy
Position: -
Born: 09/15/80
Height: 6-9 / 2.06
Weight:231 lbs. / 104.8 kg.
Earnings: $84,278,941 ($101,479,108*)
Dunleavy is now an assistant general manager toward the top of a Warriors front office that lost Jerry West and Travis Schlenk, two forceful voices, the last three years. West is now an executive board member with the Clippers and Schlenk is the GM of the Atlanta Hawks. Dunleavy moves to the Bay Area in a few weeks, a ghost of Warriors’ past stepping into an increased role reshaping the franchise’s future.
Storyline: Warriors Front Office
Dunleavy lived closer to Barclays Center than Madison Square Garden. So he was in Brooklyn a bunch, allowing him to closely observe Russell’s transformation from presumed bust to fringe All-Star. “I didn’t see D’Angelo Russell play live 10, 20 times (like Mike),” Myers said. “There’s never been more information available, whether it’s analytics, your ability to watch tape, see games, dig into numbers. But I don’t think any of it is a substitute for actually going to a game in person, talking to coaches and watching the whole day develop, from when the player gets there to warm up, the stuff fans don’t see, interacting on a closer level, how they act when they get subbed out, how they react to winning and losing.”
Samir Sehic will leave the Tulane basketball program with one season of college eligibility remaining, he said in a Twitter message posted Wednesday (March 20). The decision came after the school fired former coach Mike Dunleavy Sr. after three seasons. The 6-foot-9 forward from Cypress, Texas, ranked second on the team in scoring with 12.4 points per game and first in rebounds with 7.7 per game. “After discussing my options with my family and the recent change that has happened with our program, I have decided to test the waters and enter my name in the draft to pursue a professional career here or abroad,” he wrote. “I am excited for the journey and process ahead. Thank you!”
Storyline: Draft Early Entries
“We learned a lot from our series against the Celtics, and we felt we needed Jimmy,” Josh Harris told The Athletic. “Since last summer, we’ve felt we needed a third elite talent. You don’t get a chance to get this talent every day. Jimmy wants to win, and Joel and Ben want to win. That’s the bottom line.” “When you can add a talented four-time All-Star, you got to do it and then worry about everything else afterward,” Brand told The Athletic. “We already lost to Milwaukee, we already lost to Boston, we already lost to Toronto — we needed to take a shot, take a leap. That was my thought, my vision. Me and my staff, we talked to ownership and they had our backs. You get the talent first. Talent wins. “When I talked to Nazr and Mike, they genuinely love Jimmy and say, ‘He just wants to win, EB. This is all about hoop.’ Of course, the money, whatever, it will work out when it’s time. We hope he sees a fit, and we hope we see a fit.”
Storyline: Sixers Front Office
Yet, the Warriors hardly seem satisfied. Durant and Thompson will become unrestricted free agents next summer. Green will be an unrestricted free agent in 2020. And as much as the Warriors expressed confidence they can retain all of their All-Stars, they also have contingency plans. To help with that process, the Warriors hired a former player and father of a former longtime NBA coach and executive (Mike Dunleavy Sr.). “That’s going to be really helpful for us,” Kerr said of Dunleavy’s presence. “He’s also a great guy and cool person, fun to be around and good to have in your building.”
Storyline: Warriors Front Office