Tweet of the Night: Shaun Livingston excited to join Golden State Warriors, Andre Iguodala can’t believe it


Over the past season with the Brooklyn Nets, Shaun Livingston surprisingly proved to be a very valuable commodity as a combo-guard on both ends of the floor. He had the unique ability to see plays develop with the ball in his hands – something he always had coming into the league as an 18-year-old – but perhaps more importantly, showed that he is a little too tall (6’7″) and long (wingspan of 6’11″) for most guards in the NBA to handle.


Golden State Warriors Salaries and Analysis

GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS 2014-15 Free Agents: G Jordan Crawford, F-C Jermaine O’Neal, F Draymond Green (T), F-C Hilton Armstrong 2014 Draft Picks: None Draft Picks Coming: None Draft Picks Going: 2015 second round (to Philadelphia); 2016 second round (to Utah); 2017 first round (to Utah); 2017 second round (to Utah); 2018 second round (to Denver) Trade Exceptions: Richard Jefferson ($11,050,000, expires July 10, 2014) Over/Under: Over the cap, under the tax Amnesty Provision: Used on Charlie Bell (2011) Stretch Provision: Available SALARIESPLAYER 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18Andrew Bogut  $12,970,000  $12,000,000 $11,030,000David Lee $15,010,000  $15,490,000Andre Iguodala $12,290,000 $11,710,000 $11,130,000Stephen Curry $10,630,000  $11,370,000 $12,110,000Shaun Livingston $5,310,000 $5,540,000 $5,780,000Marreese Speights $3,660,000 $3,820,000Harrison Barnes $3,050,000 $3,870,000  $5,190,000Klay Thompson $3,080,000 $6,120,000Brandon Rush $1,150,000 $1,190,000Festus Ezeli $1,110,000 $2,010,000  $3,010,000Nemanja Nedovic  $1,100,000  $1,150,000  $2,080,000 $3,120,000Draymond Green $920,000Ognjen Kuzmic $820,000TOTAL SALARY $71,100,000 $73,280,000 $50,240,000 $3,120,000Player


Tweet of the Day: Andre Iguodala With “Edge of Tomorrow” Movie Review


Everyone likes a good movie, and most movies serve as great distractions from life. They invite us into a new world where we are engrossed in the lives of fictional characters that have some linear story in which they experience various plot turns and twists before finding a resolution. It’s storytelling 101, and it captivates us all. NBA athletes are no less human and enjoy movies all the same. After suffering severe leg cramps and incapable of helping his team as the


Tweet of the Day: Player Reactions To All NBA Teams


Wednesday the All-NBA Teams were announced, and with them came a slew of congratulatory, confused and frustrated tweets. Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant led all vote getters as the lone unanimous selection to the First Team, followed by Miami Heat forward LeBron James, Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, Houston Rockets guard James Harden and Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul. Much to the chagrin of 124 NBA writers with voting privileges, Chris Sheridan, our esteemed Editor-in-Chief, was the lone vote preventing


NBA Players React to All-Defensive Teams


2014 NBA Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah led all vote getters for the NBA All-Defensive First Team. The NBA released the 2014 All-Defensive teams Monday afternoon. Leading the charge was the 2014 Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year and Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, who led all vote getters. He was the only player to get triple-digit votes for the First Team, tallying 105 such votes as well as another 13 Second Team votes