Warriors trade Wright to 76ers

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Warriors trade Wright to 76ers

Golden State has traded swing man Dorell Wright to Philadelphia for a future draft pick, according to CSNPhilly.com Insider Dei Lynam.

Wright averaged 10.3 points and 4.6 rebounds per game last season after a breakout first season with the Warriors in 2010-11, when he appeared in all 82 games and posted career highs of 16.4 ppg and 5.3 rpg.

More details to follow shortly.

Report: Curry, Harden will be starting backcourt for West in All-Star Game

Report: Curry, Harden will be starting backcourt for West in All-Star Game

After his team defeated the Thunder on Wednesday night, Steph Curry reportedly beat Russell Westbrook again.

Curry will start alongside James Harden in the Western Conference backcourt at next month's All-Star Game, according to the Washington Post's Tim Bontemps.

In last week's All-Star fan voting returns, Curry (990,390 votes) and Harden (961,685 votes) led Westbrook (899,024 votes).

The fan vote counts for 50 percent, while the media and players' votes count for 25 percent each.

Kevin Durant is expected to join Curry in the starting lineup.

The starters will be announced officially at 4pm PT so stay logged on to CSNBayArea.com for updates.

Durant's future with the Warriors: 'I’m just in it for the long haul'

Durant's future with the Warriors: 'I’m just in it for the long haul'

With the salary cap rising , Kevin Durant is expected to opt out of the second-year of his two-year contract with Golden State and become a free agent again this summer.

But don't plan on him signing with another team.

“I’m liking it here,” Durant told Sam Amick of USA Today Sports at the Warriors' groundbreaking ceremony. “I’m liking everything that’s going on. I know what my contract says, but I didn’t plan on coming here for just a year. I’m in it right now, and I’m also just focusing on day by day.

“I know it’s cliché, and you hear that all the time, but I’m seriously just not thinking about it because I’m like – I’m just in it for the long haul.”

[RELATED: Durant on Chase Center: 'It'll be fun playing in there']

Warriors owner and CEO Joe Lacob is not concerned about losing Durant.

He also fully anticipates re-signing free-agent-to-be Stephen Curry.

“I have no angst whatsoever," Lacob told Amick. "I totally am positive (that) I think those guys are going to sign. They’re both free agents. They have a right to do whatever they want. They’ve earned it, and I respect that.

"If they don’t sign with us for some reason, then shame on me and us. I take responsibility for that. But I don’t see that happening.”