Warriors obtain second-round pick from Atlanta

Warriors obtain second-round pick from Atlanta
March 15, 2012, 7:22 pm
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The Warriors were active in the final hour before the NBA trade deadline Thursday, acquiring a second-round pick from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for cash considerations.

Earlier in the day the team traded Stephen Jackson, who was part of Wednesday's multi-player trade with Milwaukee, to San Antonio for Richard Jefferson.

Golden State Warriors press release
OAKLAND, Calif. The Golden State Warriors have acquired a Second Round pick in the 2012 NBA Draft from the Atlanta Hawks, in exchange for cash considerations, the team announced today. The Warriors will receive the lower of two Second Round picks, either the Hawks pick or the Phoenix Suns pick (which is currently owned by the Hawks from a previous transaction).

Weve had multiple discussions about acquiring additional draft picks and we will continue to pursue other opportunities as we approach the end of June, said General Manager Larry Riley. Ownership has displayed a continued willingness to invest financial resources in the draft and, as this indicates, we will explore any opportunities that will enable us to acquire additional assets.

In addition to the Second Round pick acquired today, the Warriors also own the New Jersey Nets pick in the Second Round of this Junes draft. Golden States own Second Round pick for the upcoming draft was traded to the New York Knicks as part of the David Lee trade and is currently owned by the Denver Nuggets.