Warriors front office meets with Shaw, Person


Warriors front office meets with Shaw, Person


The Warriors' coaching search continued on Tuesday, with members of the team's front office meeting with Chuck Person and Brian Shaw in Los Angeles.League sources said Warriors general manager Larry Riley and assistant general manager Bob Myers met with Person and Shaw, both of whom are assistant coaches with the Los Angeles Lakers.It is unknown whether or not the talks with Shaw and Person are considered formal interviews or simply casual discussions. Warriors owner Joe Lacob did not take part in the talks with Shaw or Person.
He was in Secaucus, N.J., on Tuesday, representing the Warriors at the NBA's annual draft lottery. Riley and the Warriors have said they will not comment on any aspect of their coaching search.On April 27, the Warriors announced they were not picking up the option on Keith Smart's contract for 2011-12.STEINMETZ: Warriors' coaching search to quicken
Riley did acknowledge in a radio interview on Tuesday morning that he was in Los Angeles and planning to hook up with Myers.Said Riley: "Bob and I are going to get together, do some visiting over a few issues."During that interview with KNBR radio, Riley did say that reports of the Warriors' interest in former Cleveland Cavaliers coach Mike Brown and Shaw "are not inaccurate."Riley and Myers are next headed to Chicago for the NBA's pre-draft camp, according to Riley.The Warriors have met with at least four candidates to this point. Over the weekend, SI.com reported that discussions already had taken place between members of the Warriors' front office and both Brown and Dallas assistant coach Dwane Casey.Riley continues to maintain that there is no timetable for hiring a coach and that's it's conceivable that a decision could come after the June 23 NBA draft. At the same time, there are four current openings in the NBA -- Golden State, L.A. Lakers, Indiana Pacers and Houston Rockets.It is possible there could also be head coaching openings in Minnesota, Detroit and possibly Toronto.

Durant questionable for Monday's game in Philadelphia

Durant questionable for Monday's game in Philadelphia

Kevin Durant's status for Monday's game in Philadelphia remains up in the air.

The Warriors forward, who missed his first game of the season on Saturday, is listed as questionable for the team's game against the 76ers.

Prior to the game against the Nets, head coach Steve Kerr told the media that Durant's left hand was "still a little swollen" and called the injury a "day-to-day" thing.

Without Durant, the Warriors still managed to cruise to a 112-95 win over Brooklyn.

Durant injured his left pinky in the opening minutes against the Clippers on Thursday. He remained in the game, but late in the first quarter, he retreated to the locker room with a member of the training staff.

He returned to the game after X-rays came back negative. He played 34 minutes and finished with 25 points, 15 rebounds and seven assists.


Report: Bogut expected to join Cavs after 76ers buyout

Report: Bogut expected to join Cavs after 76ers buyout

It appears Andrew Bogut is set to see what the view is like from the other side of the NBA's top rivalry.

Traded by Dallas to Philadelphia on Thursday, the former Warriors center will receive a contract buyout from the 76ers and then join the Cleveland Cavaliers for the stretch run, according to ESPN.

On Saturday, the Cavs, Spurs and Rockets were all reported to have interest in Bogut if he was made available following a buyout.

Injuries have derailed Bogut's season. He appeared in just 26 games with the Mavericks this season and averaged 3 points, 8.3 rebounds and 1 block per contest.

Bogut was part of the two Warriors teams that faced the Cavs in the last two NBA Finals matchups.

Bogut's tenure with the Warriors came to an end on July 7, 2016 when he was traded to Dallas in order for Golden State to clear salary cap space to sign Kevin Durant.