The Warriors’ offseason minicamp, which officially op…

The Warriors’ offseason minicamp, which officially opens Wednesday after a 48-hour quarantine and runs through Oct. 6, will mark the first time the group has played together in 197 days. Stephen Curry and Draymond Green are doubtful to attend the voluntary practices because of family obligations, but head coach Steve Kerr expects the rest of his roster to check in Monday morning to the team hotel near Chase Center. Once players and staff finish their two days of self-isolation, the Warriors will begin a regimented schedule of daily coronavirus tests, bus rides to the arena, scrimmages, group dinners and calls with guest speakers.
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Many contenders interested in PJ Tucker

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN during a pregame appearance on NBA Countdown, the Lakers also are looking hard at P.J. Tucker: “The Lakers have been active. I know they’ve made calls about some wing players to see if there is some shooting available out there. Another player they’re interested in: P.J. Tucker, from the Houston Rockets. There’s a lot of interest among contenders in Tucker, who’s in the last year of his deal. The Miami Heat, who the Lakers play tonight, Milwaukee, Brooklyn, several others.
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AllClippers asked Leonard what his favorite cheat meal was, and he gave a pretty detailed response. “I mean it just depends, it doesn’t matter if I win or lose a game,” Leonard said. “Sometimes I won’t eat fried chicken the whole week, or two weeks, it just depends on the day. I try to eat pretty clean. My favorite food is Mexican food. Whenever I have a cheat day or something, I’m trying to get something at a taco shop, majority in San Diego.”
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