So, Fed EX worked with members of the Miami Heat in placing those animals on a cargo plane. The Warriors then welcomed them upon arrival on late Friday afternoon at the FedEx Oakland Ramp. Bell, Pachulia, Green, former Warriors player Adonal Foyle and Warriors co-owner Joe Jacob greeted various dogs and cats. Then they worked with members of the Peninsula Humane Society, ASPCA and San Francisco Animal Care & Control to transport the crates onto a loading van. They were then taken to shelters with the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA, Marin Humane or Humane Society for Southwest Washington.
September 26, 2022 | 5:44 pm EDT Update
Veteran forward Jae Crowder asked not to come to training camp, and the Suns announced they’d granted the request Sunday. Crowder was informed over the summer that he may lose his starting job this season, sources said, and it prompted him to request a trade. The Suns had discussions about it throughout the summer but hadn’t found a deal yet. But it seems clear his time with the team is over.