AP Photo/Matt Slocum
2hBrian Windhorst

Wallace quickly swapped by Warriors to 76ers

The Golden State Warriors acquired big man Jason Thompson from the Philadelphia 76ers for forward Gerald Wallace plus draft and cash considerations, the teams announced Friday.

Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
2d

Warriors promote assistants Walton, Collins

Coach Steve Kerr of the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors is bringing back his entire coaching staff except for departed Alvin Gentry, new coach of the New Orleans Pelicans.

Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

Kerr 'out for the summer'

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said he will miss time after reports came in that he had an operation on Tuesday to treat an ailing back. NBA rumors roundup

Getty Images

Under-the-radar 2016 free agents

There are some low-key players who will be free agents in 2016 and could be in for big paydays if they perform well this season. Chief among them? Guards Harrison Barnes and Jordan Clarkson, says Kevin Pelton. Full list (Insider)

David Liam Kyle/NBAE/Getty Images

Warriors' Kerr to undergo back surgery

Steve Kerr will undergo the surgery today for a herniated disk, according to CSN Bay Area. The defending champions open training camp in late September.

Getty Images

Under-the-radar 2016 free agents

There are some low-key players that will be free agents in 2016 who could be in for big paydays if they perform well this season. Chief among them? Guards Harrison Barnes and Jordan Clarkson, says Kevin Pelton. Full list (Insider)

Warriors' Hand Might Be Forced

The Warriors would have a hard time justifying paying Harrison Barnes more than teammates Draymond Green and Klay Thompson, but if a big-time offer sheet rolls in for the soon-to-be free agent that might just have to happen, writes Kevin Pelton. Under-the-radar '16 FAs (Insider)

Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE/Getty Images
4dBrian Windhorst

Celtics acquire Z. Dragic, save Heat millions

The Boston Celtics have acquired guard Zoran Dragic and a future second-round pick from the Miami Heat, sources told ESPN.com.

@man_of_still75/Instagram

The Most Adorable Social Media Battle

A week after Riley Curry broke out The Whip and The Nae Nae, Leah Still fired back with her own version ... and a dance-off challenge. Watch

Ezra Shaw/Getty Images
7dESPN.com

Report: Barnes eyes long stay with Warriors

Harrison Barnes has been a key player for the Golden State Warriors as a starter or a sub off the bench. Barnes is eligible to sign an extension through November 2 and if it's up to him he will remain with the Warriors for the long-term whether it's via the extension now or a new deal next summer as a restricted free agent.

AP Photo/Eric Gay
8dSteve Ilardi and Jeremias Engelmann

Who comes out ahead in NBA free agency?

Which teams gained the most "surplus value" in free agency? Here's a look at some winners and losers going forward.

Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE/Getty Images
8d

14-year veteran Jackson announces retirement

Stephen Jackson, who once was suspended for punching a fan and won one championship while playing for seven teams during his 14-year career, is retiring from the NBA.

David Richard/USA TODAY Sports

Players' Awards: Curry honored twice

Steph Curry was named "Clutch Performer" and "Hardest to Guard" at the NBPA and BET Players' Awards. Oracle Arena was named "Best Home Court Advantage."

Bob Donnan/USA TODAY Sports

Warriors have golden offseason

The reigning champs aced the offseason. Re-signing Draymond Green was a win and the trade of injury-prone center David Lee will save Golden State millions in luxury-tax payments. Western Conference grades (Insider)

Play
Players vote Harden MVP (1:08)

Curry vs. Harden: Playoff edition

The players voted James Harden over Steph Curry for MVP at the first "Players' Awards" Tuesday night. But Curry got the better of Harden in most respects when they went head-to-head in the Western Conference finals.

Play
Harden named MVP by players (2:37)
AP Photo/David J. Phillip

Harden named MVP at Players' Awards

James Harden finished 2nd for the traditional MVP, but the Rockets guard took home the top award in the NBPA's first ever "Players' Awards." Steph Curry was named "Clutch Performer" and "Hardest to Guard." Other winners

Bob Donnan/USA TODAY Sports

Who would athletes pay to see?

Steph Curry may have topped LeBron James in the NBA Finals, but when we asked athletes who they'd pay to see in person, the King came out on top. Who else moves the needle?

Getty

Curry's flurry buries Warriors

How does it feel, Golden State, to have a Curry seal your fate? Seth Curry scored 21 points in the second half, and the Pelicans advance to the semifinals in Las Vegas with a 100-91 win.

Seth Curry's finding his shot

The younger Curry started cold for the Pelicans, shooting 1-for-9 in the first half, but he scored 11 points in the third quarter to give New Orleans a 68-64 lead over the Warriors headed to the fourth in the Las Vegas Summer League quarterfinals.

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game110.01st
Rebounds Per Game44.76th
Assists Per Game27.41st
Points Allowed99.915th

Team History

YearWLPCT
2014-156715.817
2013-145131.621
2012-134735.573
2011-122343.348
2010-113646.439

ESPN Fan Shop Powered By

  • adidas Men's Golden State Warriors David Lee #10 Blue T-ShirtPrice: $32.00 Shop

  • adidas Men's Golden State Warriors climalite Gold Performance T-ShirtPrice: $23.99 Shop