2yThe Warriors don't have an established backup point guard. Insider Matt Steinmetz looks at the top guards in Thursday's draft. Do any of them fit in Golden State?
2yNorth Carolinas Harrison Barnes is considered the most polished of the small forwards in this years draft. Could he end up a Warrior?
2yThe Warriors have extended a qualifying offer to swingman Brandon Rush. If Rush chooses to sign with another NBA team, Bob Myers will have to match the offer or allow him to leave.
2yIt's NBA Draft time, baby. SportsNet Central anchor Henry Wofford gets you ready and says Dubs fans can look forward to a Tar Heel at No. 7.
2yBob Myers and owner Joe Lacob traveled to New York on Monday to watch separate workouts of Connecticut center Andre Drummond and North Carolina SF Harrison Barnes, according to multiple league sources.
2yThe top shooting guard prospect in the NBA Draft, Bradley Beal has the shot and smarts to succeed. He's got a connection to a Warrior, too.
2yThomas Robinson, the 2011-2012 Big 12 Player of the Year, averaged 17.7 points and 11.9 rebounds and led Kansas to the national championship game. Don't expect him to be available when the Warriors pick seventh.
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