David Lee

#10FC,
Height: 6' 9"
Weight: 245
Born:
College: Florida
Birth Place: St. Louis, Missouri
Draft: 2005 1st round (30th pick) by the
  • Warriors out to turn the tables on last year’s disjointed opening flop

    OAKLAND – Everybody remembers how wonderfully the Warriors’ 2016-17 season ended. Fewer remember how horribly it began, and just how many questions and concerns surfaced following last year’s disastrous Oracle Arena opener. After adding free agent Kevin Durant to a nucleus that won an NBA record 73 regular-season games the season before, so many spectacular things were expected from the Warriors right out the chute. But when the chute finally opened on Oct. 26 of last year, they laid a big, fat, ugly egg. They got spanked – and spanked hard — by to the San Antonio Spurs, 129-100. The Warriors were outscored in every quarter on their home floor. They committed 16 turnovers and shot 7 for 33 from

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  • Top free-agent finds for the first week of the season

    Jim McCormick Special to ESPN.com Jim McCormick is a fantasy football and fantasy basketball analyst for ESPN.com. Follow on Twitter Even on the doorstep of the new season, working the waiver wire is pivotal to succeeding in fantasy basketball. With so many games, injuries and endless shifts in rotations throughout the season, we'll need to source stats from free agency to maximize our imaginary rosters. A willingness to entertain competition for the last spot or two on your fantasy hoops roster can prove rewarding, even though it's difficult to open up space this early in the season. The final few rounds of a draft are often used for speculation on sleepers, so it can help to consider those

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  • The Week Ahead | BASKETBALL IS BACK!

    The NBA season starts this week! Oh my goodness gracious. We are so excited. Our Kyle Ratke previews the trio of games for the Wolves this week. BASKETBALL! It’s the season opener. Of all years to watch the season opener, THIS IS THE YEAR! The Wolves, who hope to make the playoffs for the first time since 2003-04 (Antawn Jamison won Sixth Man of the Year in 2003-04), are going up against a team that won 61 games last season. Even if Kawhi Leonard can’t play (Gregg Popovich said he won’t play as he recovers from a left quad injury), it will be a huge test for a team with so many new faces against the Spurs who have been the most consistent thing in the NBA since 1996-97, the last time San Antonio

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  • Vote: How will this season play out for the Spurs?

    SN Staff With the NBA season tipping off soon, we're taking a deep dive into every team. Here are our top three storylines for the 2017-18 San Antonio Spurs, along with an invitation for you to weigh in on how each will play out: The Spurs will open the season at home Oct. 18 vs. the Minnesota Timberwolves (9:30 p.m. ET on ESPN). --Paul Saldaña

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  • Spurs preview: Underestimated yet again, San Antonio needs Kawhi to get healthy

    Hey, what's that sound? Oh, it's the annual chorus of, "This is the year the Spurs finally decline!" A familiar refrain. After having a so-so offseason while the top teams in the West like the Rockets and Thunder brought out the heavy artillery, the Spurs are once again being kept off the list of significant title threats. Uh-uh. Not buying it. Because they're so consistently excellent, the Spurs are seemingly overlooked pretty much every single year. Since Gregg Popovich's first full season as head coach, the Spurs have only finished with less than 50 wins once -- and that's because it was the lockout season of 1998-99, when they finished 37-13 and won the NBA title. Even in the lockout-shortened

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