Golden State Warriors

1st Pacific | 73-9
  • Field Goal %
    1st
    48.7 FG%
  • 3-point %
    1st
    41.6 3P%
  • Points Scored
    1st
    115 PPG
  • Total Rebounds
    4th
    46.2 RPG
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    Report: Knicks “strong favorites” to sign Joakim Noah in free agency

    Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony, and maybe Joakim Noah all on the same team? Now all the Knicks need is a DeLorean with a flux capacitor to get back to 2011. Anthony remains under contract and the Knicks made a big trade to upgrade at the point and get  Rose from the Bulls. Now the Knicks are looking very likely to land long-time Bulls big man Joakim Noah, reports Marc Stein of ESPN. The New York Knicks have emerged as strong favorites to sign free-agent big man Joakim Noah, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that multiple teams interested in Noah have all but conceded already that the Knicks are his runaway preferred destination in free agency. Since the Knicks shipped out Robin

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    LeBron James’ contract decision

    Kevin Durant has attracted the most attention in free agency, but an even better player hits the market tomorrow: LeBron James. LeBron has spent the last two seasons with the Cavaliers on 1+1 contracts, and he again opted out this year. He has said he plans to return to Cleveland. But that still leaves a major decision: one-year contract or a two-year contract? We’ll make two assumptions from here: 1. The Cavs won’t go under the salary cap. As much as he wants a few extra million dollars from Dan Gilbert, LeBron isn’t going to destroy a championship team to get it. Cleveland is so far above the cap, it’d take major moves to get below. 2. LeBron’s next deal will include a player option as insurance