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Warriors’ Draymond Green Discusses Future with Team

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As the Golden State Warriors prepare for the 2018-2019 season and a defense of their NBA Championship, again, they are also on the clock when it comes to new deals for Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant, a big challenge for the cap strapped Warriors.

Additionally, former Defensive Player of the Year Draymond Green will also need a new deal from the team, but the veteran forward believes he is in the best position when determining his future with Golden State.

“I’m not sure how it plays out, but I think I’m in the best position out of everybody,” Green said, during an interview with ESPN’s Sam Alipour. “Steph was up, now Klay and Kevin are up. That gives me the opportunity to see what everyone else does. And quite frankly, if I am the first to bounce, unless it’s in 2020, it wouldn’t be my decision. I can get traded. But I’m last. I should be the least of everyone’s worries.”

Green wants to stay with the Warriors for the long-term, and has expressed a willingness to put the team first in the past.

“I’d love to [stay],” Green continued. “When you look around the league today, how many guys have been with one team? Kobe, Dirk [Nowitzki], Duncan, Manu [Ginobili]. It don’t happen like that anymore. That’d be amazing. But at the end of the day, it’s a business. Let the cards fall how they may.”

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Warriors’ Kevin Durant Out with Right Calf Strain

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The Golden State Warriors will be without superstar forward Kevin Durant who suffered a right calf strain during Game 5 of the Western Conference semifinal series against the Houston Rockets.

Durant has been ruled out for Game 6 on Friday in Houston, and head coach Steve Kerr said that Durant did not suffer an Achilles injury, which many had anticipated:

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Warriors’ Andrew Bogut Responds to Joel Embiid Dig, Says He is Returning to Sydney Next Season

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Golden State Warriors big man Andrew Bogut’s current stint with the team will be a short one, as he stated his plans to return to Sydney, Australia next season, while responding to a recent dig from Philadelphia 76ers big man Joel Embiid.

Embiid made a joke at the Warriors expense during a recent post-game presser, and it wasn’t unnoticed by Bogut.

“Joel Embiid saying the 76ers don’t want to do what we did in the 2016 Finals is just Joel being Joel – he’s a bit of a larrikin,” Bogut stated, via Yahoo Sports Australia. “But they have to get to a Finals series first before they can even think about doing that.

“It’s been a funny talking point for a lot of people in the league. But we haven’t taken any notice of it and it’s not something that’s been mentioned in the locker room.”

While Bogut has proven he is still a solid NBA contributor at this stage of his career while filing in for the injured DeMarcus Cousins at center, he doesn’t want to undergo another 82-game NBA season.

“It doesn’t really sit well with me when people say I need to prove that I can still play in the NBA. I know I can,” Bogut wrote. “Coming back to the NBL was great for myself, my body and my family. I just don’t really want to get involved in the grueling 82-game NBA season from September until June any more.

I feel like I need to be at home more in the next few years, especially with two young kids. Coming to the NBA for a few months is very doable with the kids, but a full 10-month season isn’t something that I want to do.

I know I can still play in the league but it’s not something I’m looking to do long term. I’m very happy in Sydney and I think we’re doing something pretty special there.”



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Warriors’ DeMarcus Cousins Suffer Torn Quad

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The Golden State Warriors will be without center DeMarcus Cousins likely for the rest of the season after the big man was diagnosed with a torn left quad after undergoing an MRI on Tuesday morning, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania.

Cousins suffered the injury during the first quarter of Game 2, a game the Warriors lost due to a furious, 31-point comeback by the Los Angeles Clippers.

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