Brooklyn Nets ‘could look to pursue’ Warriors’ GM Bob Myers

The Brooklyn Nets could be looking to add Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers to their front office this offseason, according to Brett Siegel of ClutchPoints. According to Siegel, sources have communicated to him that the Nets could pursue Myers if he and Golden State fail to come to a contract extension this summer.

Myers has been the GM of the Warriors since April of 2012 and since then, he has made the moves that have allowed Golden State to be a dynasty. Starting with the 2013-14 season, the Warriors have won four championships and have been to the NBA Finals six times during that span.

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With this report coming out, the elephant in the room is what Brooklyn chooses to do with its current general manager, Sean Marks. While Marks’ contract status is unclear at this moment, it was reported in July of 2022 by multiple sources that Marks had reached a contract extension with the organization before various Nets sources denied the contract extension report, Brian Lewis of the New York Post reported this past March that Marks is expected to remain with Brooklyn for next season.

At this moment, Marks and the Nets organization have an important offseason ahead of them. They will have to think about what direction they want to take the franchise in as well as make decisions on restricted free-agent Cam Johnson and injured star Ben Simmons. If Brooklyn does not bring back Marks, Myers may be on his way to the Nets.


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